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Discussion in 'Customizing & Add-ons' started by Sprocket, Jul 28, 2017.

  1. Sprocket

    Sprocket New Member

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    SKOGDOG One of the old ones.

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    Looks good:old2: I would get some ss/chrome button head screws and put them in the old mounting holes
     
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    time to start rubbing up a shine on the carb.
     
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    This bike was terribly neglected especially in the cleanliness department. Poor thing sat untouched for more then two years. Bought her dirty, tarnished and in non-running condition. Got her up and running first, then started on removing the layers of build up on every surface. Already have twelve hours in cleaning the engine alone, but your right lol with it being so exposed that carbs gonna now be on the list to get shiny too
     
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    I REALLY like that!
     
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    Looks good:oldthumbsup:
     
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    Looks good but I think you will need some support for the carb at least I would. Just my .02

    A 90 degree fuel inlet fitting is nice also.
     
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    You may want to look into their breather bolts with the mesh screen installed. May keep debris from getting into the motor http://www.tcbroschoppers.com/tc-bros-breather-bolts-for-91-up-sportster-evo-big-twin.html
     
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    Or you try one of these! http://www.xxxcarburetors.com/
     
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    :oldlaugh: I was gonna mention that also but didn't want to overwhelm him
     
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    I remember a time that a certain someone was less than impressed with his xxx...
    guess ya got it dialled in. :old2: :oldlaugh:
     
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    Still not impressed, but it looks awesome! Someday I may go to a mikuni carb.
     
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    very true always room for a little custom bracket improvement!
     
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    Don't need those bolts...your 117 doesn't breath those head bolts that's on the 107. Just stick a chrome bolt in there. Don't waste $45 on those bolts you don't need

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    looks good :old2:
     
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    Thanks man.. its like you knew I was looking that info up, literally had a search going on another tab on the computer. Appreciate your response
     
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    Yep I knew that...got eyes everywhere..haha

    Although I'd be looking for a carb bracket actually to help hold that weight.

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    Crankcase I guess?
     

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