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Hi Brian, running on the lean side, exhaust and or intake leaks, exhaust valves not seating properly, retarded timing, and extended periods of high speed driving all contribute to exhaust pipe discoloration. This is another reason why heat shields are installed on pipes to cover normal discoloration. You might be able to slow the process down or halt it completely by increasing main jet size until you achieve a light tan color on your spark plugs. The down side of larger main jets is lower MPG. In the future if you ever install new pipes, there is a commercial product out there called Dyno Kote that can be installed on the inside of the new pipes to greatly reduce bluing. There is also a company named Hard Krome that sells a double walled exhaust system that guarantees pipes and mufflers not too blue. Finally, there is a commercial product called Blue-Job that can remove bluing if properly applied, but also removes a micro thin layer of chrome, so only use this product once a while. If you have any other questions about exhaust pipe bluing, or any other issues your Electra Glide may be having you can reach me at email@example.com. For more information about your question, please visit the websites below. Good luck and have nice day. Remove blue discoloration from motorcycle exhaust Blue Job Chrome Polish 2011
Reducing the pipe diameter will improve scavenging and increase fuel economy at the expense of power large free flowing exhaust is important for max power. If you want more power the simple answer is use the bolt-on supercharger kit available as an after market option.
The short answer is no.
You will not get any flow and wreck the pump.
Go to a Home Depot, Lowe's or Plumbing Supply House and get a 100' roll of black Poly Pipe and roll that out over the ground. The check also has to be at the end of the pipe and the pipe shoud slop away from the pump if possible. This will make it much easier to prime the pump. Air will cause the pump to lose it's prime so you want to get all of th air possible out of the pipe before starting the pump.
I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!
my mustang had problems after i put an exhaust on it. if this is the case for you go down under your car it has 2 sensors up high on each exhaust pipe get the size then go down to an auto parts store and get some spark plug reducers and screw your o2 sensors into them and back into your exhaust
the fan is pulling too many cfm (cubic feet per minute).you can replace the switch of the fan with a potentiometer type switch (this works like a light dimmer)you can reduce the speed of the fan,or you can use a couple of synthetic fiber filters to trap the condensation.good luck