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    Default BBQ whores another bike from Davestune

    That’s right folks.....the 65 Pan Chop is now in my clutches....& my titled 47 Knuckle project is now in his shop of horrors....we both feel we fucked the other one over so that means we both got the best deal right??





    I’ve started the un-fucking process just like when I whored away his Shovel a few years back. Bike is kinda ok the way he had it but the BBQBiKER has some different standards for proper chobbering


    1st thing

    Fuck functionality and modern shit. Off with that Super E carb and on with the GBL and velocity stack. Filtered air makes your motor gay and I can’t have that



    Got that done this AM

    Stay tuned for more unfucking as I make this pig “my own” ha ha ha hate that term

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbqbiker View Post
    That’s right folks.....the 65 Pan Chop is now in my clutches....& my titled 47 Knuckle project is now in his shop of horrors....we both feel we fucked the other one over so that means we both got the best deal right??
    Another devious deal, mwuhahaha! (evil brit laughter) That carb looks fucking cool on there.

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    That is fucking sweet! Not sure I'd change anything if'n I were in your shoes...

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    Get rid of those ugly ass floor boards...... It looks like an old mans bike.....

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    .... It looks like an old mans bike.....
    Nothing wrong with truth in advertising!

    He could save them for the mobility scooter build.

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    Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    Get rid of those ugly ass floor boards...... It looks like an old mans bike.....
    Can you post some pics of your “young mans” setup on your choppers? 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockman96 View Post
    That is fucking sweet! Not sure I'd change anything if'n I were in your shoes...
    Just small minor things. I like the stance and the overall look of the bike. Doing taillight/license plate setup now. Dave had one of those things hangin off the side of the rear frame that is hideous in my not humble opinion. Little soldering and heat shrink and I’m rollin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbqbiker View Post
    Can you post some pics of your “young mans” setup on your choppers? 😀
    LOL Sure.....
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails DG Motor Right.jpg   Knuckle3.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbqbiker View Post
    Just small minor things. I like the stance and the overall look of the bike.
    I agree, It's an awesome looking bike.....

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    Ended up using a Sparto style tail lamp. I put in a bright as hell 1157 LED bulb and it’s bright. Also did an H4 LED @2800 Lumens in the headlight. When I ride at night I like to see and be SEEN.


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    Next mod/upgrade is belt primary. No more drip drip messing up the shop floor. Did the same on my Shovel with a 24T trans sprocket and it was geared TALL. Gonna do a 22T this time.


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    So far, so good.. Now lose them foot boards and it's done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoghead View Post
    So far, so good.. Now lose them foot boards and it's done!
    Yeah I know...Tattoo was kind enough to lead
    me to water...but I don’t want to drink....yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbqbiker View Post
    Next mod/upgrade is belt primary. No more drip drip messing up the shop floor.
    Best of luck with that......... It's a Pan after all.....

    Looking great......

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    Whoa ....

    7 Bikers dead in RANDOLPH, N.H ... Bad, bad accident ...
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    Fixed the leaking pushrod seal ( sent $2,000 warranty bill to Davestune) upgrades to LED lighting and burned 8 tanks of gas over the weekend. No problems. Next up is the Belt Drive...

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    So this is a question for tattoo because he has the same carburetor an S&S GBL I took this carburetor off my Shovelhead and put it on the pan head and it runs pretty much exactly the same pulls great however I cannot really get a stable idle and the revs tend to hang when I push in the clutch and then slowly come back to a somewhat high idle if I try and turn down the idle to a nice loping potato potato potato it has a tendency to cough and then stall so I have to turn up the idle to prevent that and I have checked for intake leaks there are nome maybe I have worn throttle shaft bushings? Or is this just the nature of this carburetor since I guess it was originally intended for race so doesn’t necessarily have to have a nice idle on the street?

    Sorry for any typos I am doing voice to text while sitting in traffic and that’s as good as it gets

    So basically I have hanging revs if I come to an intersection push in the clutch downshift I come to a stop in the motors at like 1200 RPMs and then I turn down the idle a little bit to get it to a nice normal low and then it would want to cough in stall so I turn it back up again you see what I’m dealing with

    I have an M 74B I could throw on it as well as a couple of super B’s laying around but I love the look of the L side bowl carburetor and it pulls really good it’s just that the idle issue was getting a little tiresome

    Also...both bike have electronic auto advance ignitions
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