I had a friend of mine who operated a machine shop get me a -6 tooth rear pulley for my classic from allamericanwheel.com. Now, they are blanks you buy in whatever tooth and width you want. Then you will have to take it to a machine shop and have it machined to your bolt pattern and such. It also took a spacer between the new pulley and wheel about 3/32 if I remember right. Very high quality product and have no problems with it and it has a very nice polished finish. Over 10,000 miles on it so far. With the -6 I was able to still use the stock belt but had to elongate the adjustment hole in the swing arm slightly. (maybe 1/8 inch, did it with a burr tip in my die grinder) It was still cheaper than buying the rear pulley from SW.
I bought the Kuryakyn battery gauge. Can you guys help me with some tips on how to install it? :eek:
Specifically, which wire did you tap into? If you can provide some steps (or even pictures would be fantastic), I would appreciate that. How do you make the actual connection? Do you splice...
I had to make an emergency stop the other day on my 900 (accident avoided), but encountered something unusual. When I pulled in the clutch lever and applied the front brake simultanously, the throttle seemed to freeze with the engine revved up (to around 3-4K) as I braked to a stop. I had just...
I have the a stock 12' head light in v900 classic.
What is the next legal, but better HEADlight bulb upgrade ( just the camry verson, not the ferrari version) thats great for during the day or night?
Also, is the labor hard, what does it intail?
thanks to all!
I have a Clymers manual but the only adjustment covered is the free-play gap of the clutch lever itself. I did that.
The way my clutch works, when I'm starting from a dead stop, I have to release the clutch lever almost all the way out for the clutch to begin engaging (friction)...
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