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    Do you have the stock manual timer or a later...

    Do you have the stock manual timer or a later auto advance timer?

    Jim
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    My own '80 FLH has had two stroker motors, one...

    My own '80 FLH has had two stroker motors, one with the narrow S&S flywheels, and the other with the T&O Torquemonster flywheels. The heavier flywheels definitely make it better on the road. They...
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    The thrust plate in your '98 would be a hardened...

    The thrust plate in your '98 would be a hardened washer about the size of a 50c piece, and it goes on the inboard side of the cam.

    You can just tap the cam out of the cover, after removing the...
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    Yes, that is a vacuum line serving both the VOES...

    Yes, that is a vacuum line serving both the VOES and the petcock. You are right, no VOES with a Dyna S. You could keep the vacuum petcock if you wish. Block off what you don't use, so there are no...
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    Yes, two right side wheels was a quick way to a...

    Yes, two right side wheels was a quick way to a lighter bottom end, quicker revs. I think I've talked myself into it; I've got a set of 80 cu.in. wheels with bad (spun) sprocket shaft taper. One more...
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    For the straight bearing motors, you can use two...

    For the straight bearing motors, you can use two right side flywheels. One must be '80 or earlier to accept the pinion shaft, but the other could be up to '86 (?) and of course they must have the...
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    Good chance. That little scar is nothing. Do put...

    Good chance. That little scar is nothing. Do put a good cam bearing and a steel breather gear in it (S&S preferred).

    Jim
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    Ugly. The cam should never be far enough inboard...

    Ugly. The cam should never be far enough inboard to touch there. Aftermarket cam with no shim? Cam thrust plate missing? Gotta be one of the two.

    Jim
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    That is the brake anchor and fits in a slot in...

    That is the brake anchor and fits in a slot in the axle plate (bracket) on the frame.

    Jim
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    The cam should not touch any part of the breather...

    The cam should not touch any part of the breather bore.

    Jim
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    If you can see ANY metal in the oil in your cam...

    If you can see ANY metal in the oil in your cam chest, you have a problem. Something in the motor is shedding metal, and you must find out what it is.

    That being said, scoring in the breather...
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    No reason not to use your existing flywheels as...

    No reason not to use your existing flywheels as long as the tapers are good. The factory flywheels can be rebuilt many times.

    Jim
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    The rotors are the same. You can use the one you...

    The rotors are the same. You can use the one you have. You must change the stator and regulator as a pair.

    Jim
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    This is why I DO NOT like the 32A "upgrade" for...

    This is why I DO NOT like the 32A "upgrade" for stock, H-D shovel cases. Because the stator is wider than the earlier stators, you have to shim the rotor out, and even with the factory chain drive,...
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    Yes, the bearings inside the main drive gear are...

    Yes, the bearings inside the main drive gear are different inside diameters depending on the year model and the style of shaft. So, the shafts are only interchangeable if you also change the main...
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    I don't like inline filters either, but, FYI,...

    I don't like inline filters either, but, FYI, yours is installed backwards.

    Check your tank venting. Simple, does removing the cap help the situation?

    Jim
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    OP: Yes, throw a Softail five speed in it,...

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    Yes, throw a Softail five speed in it, starter and all. You will need a transmission plate to mate the five speed to your frame. Paughco offers one. As I said above, change the clutch hub for...
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    It would be easier and cheaper to change the...

    It would be easier and cheaper to change the clutch hub. More durable too.

    Jim
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    When you are using a Dyna S in a timer that turns...

    When you are using a Dyna S in a timer that turns clockwise, the rotor magnets are simply triggering the pickup in the reverse order from the "normal" application in a cone motor where the timer...
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    .031/.076 may be a better starting point for your...

    .031/.076 may be a better starting point for your jetting with a Super E on a pan (or shovel) stroker.

    Jim
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    Timing plug hole is 8 degrees wide, if it's the...

    Timing plug hole is 8 degrees wide, if it's the usual 5/8-18 hole. If you have an actual rear cylinder TDC mark, and put it just forward of the front edge of the timing hole, that is 40 degrees BTDC...
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    That just applies to the rim being used. I did...

    That just applies to the rim being used. I did not address that. I just commented on how to deal with the spokes in the hub. The rim will determine spoke direction. In my wheels, factory race shop...
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    Methanol requires roughly 2.4 times the amount of...

    Methanol requires roughly 2.4 times the amount of fuel compared to gasoline. That makes your range extremely short. It is also hydroscopic, like Dot 3 brake fluid, so if left in a vented fuel tank or...
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    H-D used rims made in Italy during the '90s, at...

    H-D used rims made in Italy during the '90s, at least. TLA may be the initials of the company that made the rim. H-D rims usually have a part number somewhere.
    That 43662-80 is the H-D part number....
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    And YOU are extremely lucky! Jim

    And YOU are extremely lucky!

    Jim
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