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  1. Thread: Cam upgrade

    by bobscogin
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    It's very difficult to get a power increase...

    It's very difficult to get a power increase "across the board". Cams that increase power at the top end of the rpm range generally do nothing for the lower end. In fact, the increase is usually at...
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    It does seem crazy if you compare it to a Big...

    It does seem crazy if you compare it to a Big Twin axle, but they got away with it because it was much shorter than the Big Twin axle. The 45 had a very narrow front hub/brake, and the rockers were...
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    If you gotta have a Twin Cam, get the 2012 . At...

    If you gotta have a Twin Cam, get the 2012 . At least you get the marginally improved hydraulic cam chain tensioners.

    Bob
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    Sure sign that the mc piston is blocking the vent...

    Sure sign that the mc piston is blocking the vent port due to incorrect adjustment of pedal. Of course, it could be other things as well -- port blocked by debris, collapsed hose lining.

    Bob
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    I'm assuming it's a steel hub? They're all 3/4"...

    I'm assuming it's a steel hub? They're all 3/4" Timken style tapered roller bearings. Aluminum hubs are all sealed ball bearing and can be 3/4", 1" and 25mm bore sizes.

    Bob
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    I can't answer your questions directly, but I can...

    I can't answer your questions directly, but I can say that although the Big Twin and XL rear disk brake hubs will not interchange directly, they'll interchange with the correct combination of...
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    Unless I missed it, what kind of bike? Bob

    Unless I missed it, what kind of bike?

    Bob
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    Danger Will Robinson!!! Stop there. Buy a dirt...

    Danger Will Robinson!!! Stop there. Buy a dirt cheap Evo Sportster with legit title and registration and abuse it further in the learning process. If I'm just another guy sounding like a dick, I'll...
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    Here's one I built from a wreck several years...

    Here's one I built from a wreck several years ago. I priced the front end parts to repair it and decided to put a 39 mm Harley fork and 21" wheel on it. These aren't skinny bikes, but I tried to keep...
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    If you want to bob it, get out the hacksaw and...

    If you want to bob it, get out the hacksaw and forget the brass grips.

    Bob
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    Huggers have shorter damper tubes than "standard"...

    Huggers have shorter damper tubes than "standard" height forks. You may be able to raise it by going to the lower ones. Do a little research. Could save you some money.

    Bob
  12. I think because riding clears my head, I'm often...

    I think because riding clears my head, I'm often struck by good ideas.

    Bob
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    Pay attention to the above quote. Basically, a 5...

    Pay attention to the above quote. Basically, a 5 speed. 1991-2003. 2004 up is rubber mount. Not the most desireable for building a chopper.

    Bob
  14. Thread: Rear Wobble?

    by bobscogin
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    For starters, tell us what kind of bike. Bob

    For starters, tell us what kind of bike.

    Bob
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    I would think it would be a bolt on. If not,...

    I would think it would be a bolt on. If not, certainly closer than any other wheel.

    Bob
  16. Lacquer cures by evaporation of solvent....

    Lacquer cures by evaporation of solvent. Overcoating it with anything before it dries completely could result in "solvent pops"--- small bubbles that form in the top coat as the solvents try to...
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    Why not use an 18" rear wheel from a CB750F? ...

    Why not use an 18" rear wheel from a CB750F?

    Bob
  18. Your point is well taken, and no, I don't know...

    Your point is well taken, and no, I don't know the bearing size. Because he called them about the problem, I assumed that some discussion ensued that would have included detailed application data to...
  19. I've never done business with Low Brow. I'll say...

    I've never done business with Low Brow. I'll say that up front. That said, it gives rise to the question of whether or not a "stand up" company would send you parts that wouldn't fit a second time....
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    No guides that I know of. Once you become...

    No guides that I know of. Once you become proficient on the lathe, you'll understand how to do it. Look at a few examples to get ideas. Just remember to give serious consideration to the depth of of...
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    No, and yes. Bob

    No, and yes.

    Bob
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    This won't answer your question directly, but be...

    This won't answer your question directly, but be aware that there are 2 different rear wheel configurations for 80's Sportsters. One for dished sprockets, which is first type, and then one for use...
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    As long as the seals and top nut threads hold...

    As long as the seals and top nut threads hold air, you're good. I wouldn't drill the tubes. Thin wall could make getting a good thread seal on the valve difficult. I'd drill and tap the caps 1/8 NPT....
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    Yes, there are, and yes, you will. Bob

    Yes, there are, and yes, you will.

    Bob
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    Anyone shopping for an Evo would serve himself...

    Anyone shopping for an Evo would serve himself well by studying this: http://www.v-twinforum.com/forums/evolution-engine/121849-evo-case-issues-what-look.html

    Bob
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