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    It's also easier to clean up than the black...

    It's also easier to clean up than the black coating when it goes bad which it eventually does and usually long before the engine requires teardown.
  2. Hmmm. One of those could be interesting with an...

    Hmmm. One of those could be interesting with an Ironhead stroker.
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    It's worth remembering they own suspension dynos...

    It's worth remembering they own suspension dynos (and make adapters for others who use them). Their site has some interesting tools.

    https://racetech.com/page/id/70#SHOCK_DYNO_MOUNTS_for_CTS
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    The wear surface is the outside of the fork tube...

    The wear surface is the outside of the fork tube but seals do move very slightly.

    I would seal them with Hylomar which doesn't harden (and whose certified version is famous in aviation). I would...
  5. Interesting thread! Welcome to Chop Cult. If no...

    Interesting thread! Welcome to Chop Cult. If no one else knows what it looked like you may have room to be creative while (what I'd do) playing ignrant.

    "Those parts were there when I got it and...
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    Those piercing splices are utter, utter shit. I...

    Those piercing splices are utter, utter shit. I never use them. Good ya found the problem!
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    If your weld and fab are proper you can do most...

    If your weld and fab are proper you can do most anything but this thread is worthless without pics so post clear, well lit top and (both) side views to help others help you. Pics let viewers see...
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    What TNC said, and scuff the surface of the...

    What TNC said, and scuff the surface of the regulator casing you are grounding for best contact. Regulators should have good airflow so burying them is questionable and that's a hot area with poor...
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    I use generic Drag Specialties/Emgo switches and...

    I use generic Drag Specialties/Emgo switches and get about ten years from them in daily use.
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    As Californian 33ers mention there were quite a...

    As Californian 33ers mention there were quite a few bikes (ahem) questionably acquired by gangs then snuck back into the system so a title service won't avoid that potential problem.

    However cases...
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    Take wife on ride. The comfort difference for...

    Take wife on ride. The comfort difference for passengers is nice too and ya can figure out what seat she may prefer.
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    Ugh. Nice proof that systems which allow...

    Ugh. Nice proof that systems which allow appropriate timing RANGE are a good idea.

    Also many HD owners lug the shit out of their bikes by upshifting too early and don't know what detonation...
  13. The main objection to seats hitting is scratched...

    The main objection to seats hitting is scratched paint, but you could add two bump stops with small pucks or whatever ya like to positively limit seat travel.
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    I'd lengthen that slot since there is a fair bit...

    I'd lengthen that slot since there is a fair bit of metal left, and if it cracks one day (unlikely if you keep your transmission snug, many owners let theirs get loose) it's only a tab and very easy...
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    I wore leather boots in ragheadland(s) for...

    I wore leather boots in ragheadland(s) for multiple deployments. Black boots (I'm old) sucked amazingly but desert boots were always comfy so I accumulated a decent stash and still wear those today....
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    Foot meets tiller

    My (highly intelligent, normally alert gearhead/techy) bro Dave sent me this pic a couple days back.

    The gear reduction and non-reversing tiller forced him to remove the blade to free his...
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    You probably should since companies which are...

    You probably should since companies which are "one deep" in key personnel can vanish when they're disabled or die, and anyone who was fabbing parts in the 1970s has one foot in the grave and the...
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    BTW the Bosch "ice cube" relays (and their...

    BTW the Bosch "ice cube" relays (and their sockets) come in different current ratings. Higher is better. You can also parallel those relays for the net effect of a larger relay where desired. BMWs...
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    I just leave my small dehumidfiers...

    I just leave my small dehumidfiers https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JMZJX4B/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 on the floors for the time being but one will get its drain positioned...
  20. OP wants a sprotor very much and should buy one....

    OP wants a sprotor very much and should buy one. It's a chopper, not a SAR helicopter, and brake pads are cheap.
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    Learn theory of operation and you'll find that...

    Learn theory of operation and you'll find that freestanding starter relays can be substituted with common auto starter relays. HD did this in their early e-starts using what's basically (and...
  22. A sprotor can't be too horrid compare to chains...

    A sprotor can't be too horrid compare to chains but chains are fucking horrible compared to belts for street use on non-extreme HP engines. One way to run chains neatly is Dow Chain Wax but that like...
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    The diode is for rectification so it needs to be...

    The diode is for rectification so it needs to be retained or another rectifier/regulator substituted. There isn't much to the electrics on those in the first place so removing the signals etc will...
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    That Fluid Weld looks interesting. Have you tried...

    That Fluid Weld looks interesting. Have you tried it on guides without O-rings? Looks like it should make them un-neccessary though I'm all for redundancy.
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    I run dehumidifiers inside my shipping containers...

    I run dehumidifiers inside my shipping containers (don't get an old one as the gaskets will be trash, "cargo ready" or best, "one trip" grade are what to use) which works great for my motorcycles and...
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