I have a 2007 classic with 24000 miles on it. Starts stuttering under acceleration after a few minutes. Replaced air filter, plugs, battery and ran injector cleaner but problem still exists. Please help.
Does the F1 light come on while the engine is running? Do you get any service codes from the ECU? Have you checked the fuel pressure? These are the first thing I can think of, to help you narrow the problem down from the things you have already replaced.
I'll be putting on a Baron's front pulley this weekend or next, in anticipation of nicer weather soon in mid-Michigan. Since it's clear and sunny today with clean roads and temperatures around 40º, I started the MT 07 and ran down to Auto Zone for some grease. The service manual recommends...
took the battery cover off of the v900 today, and theres a metal clip on the left side, that the screw has to go into,
its non exhaust side, that screws into battery, for some reason, not sure how it goes back in, anybody have a photo or suggestion?
also theres a matching screw...
I have read some postings on the forum about changing out the front and rear pulleys on the 900. I am considering changing out the front pulley this winter and maybe the back also. I would like to get some feedback from those on the forum that have done one or both.
I have a 2008 900 Classic...
After a bunch of 1 and 1.5 hour rides, I have discovered that my bony butt starts to be quite uncomfortable. Longer rides will not be anywhere near comfortable for me.
Does anyone a gave a Corbin seat on a 900, and if so does this seat fix the long distance described above?
Just purchased a 2011 900 LT, looking to bob it out, anyone have any spare BCB laying around they want to sell?
I bobbed a 1987 intruder last year, fabricated all the parts my self, unfortunately I started a new job and don't have the time anymore for something like that.
Let me know what ya...
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