Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRCI Road king
Put a number 28.5 slow jet and a number 72 main jet in and try it. Depending on your particular setup and altitude in your area you may have to move up or down a size on either jet. If the bike surges and you cannot hold a steady speed at about 40 mph, go up on the slow jet. It it starts spitting through the carb at high speed, go up on the main. If it feels sluggish when you roll the throttle on wide open, maybe go down on the main. Remember, it's better to be too rich than too lean. Lean is mean but too lean burns pistons. Refer to the S&S installation instructions for guidance. If you don't have the instructions, go to S&S's site under the Tech section and download the installation instructions for the carb. Go here and download instruction sheets 51-1013.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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