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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-07-2012, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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Finished work on my '09 Classic this morning.

National Cycles windscreen
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FI2000 processor
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Still need to address some minor popping. Marble it maybe? Got FI2000 set at 5, 3, 1 right now.

I will post a new picture when I get home... Out enjoying the day.


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Looks great. Is there any way you can lower your bags? I think they'd work and look better.
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post #5 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-07-2012, 12:49 PM
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Looks great. Is there any way you can lower your bags? I think they'd work and look better.
yep, agree. Mine were saggy bags Lol and I had to drill extra holes in the leather to make them perky... double Lol but those need to droop a little
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sorry, nice looking bike though... not trying to be the negative guy...
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Yeah. I'll have to drill some more holes in the leather to lower them any further...
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Still have no luck tuning the exhaust. Tried every range from 0-8 on the FI2000 and still get decel popping. Ensured no air leaks. Marbled the correct hose.

I may just remove the dragsters and go back to stock as I had no trouble at all. Dragsters look great but run terrible for me! Darn!


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Still have no luck tuning the exhaust. Tried every range from 0-8 on the FI2000 and still get decel popping. Ensured no air leaks. Marbled the correct hose.

I may just remove the dragsters and go back to stock as I had no trouble at all. Dragsters look great but run terrible for me! Darn!


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I was a little nervous when I read this. After a few days of riding now, these exhaust actually have less popping than the debaffled stockers, and I didn't do any "marbling" or an f.i. controller. Maybe the intake mods caused your trouble?
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