ForceFlow Install Issue

Question for Fix My Hog I bought a Jims forceflow number 5401. I can’t get the bracket on the bottom to adjust enough to clear the shift linkage rod. Any ideas on what to do? I’ve look at your video many times and thought it would be an easy job. Any info would be nice.

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4 Responses to “ForceFlow Install Issue”
  1. Crash
    Crash

    I have a 2002 flhrci…it’s a retired Delaware state police bike .mmmhas a fuel injectef 88ci…i have an arlen ness stage 2 air filter with a dry rotted vacuum line…how do i replace it?

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  2. Mark J Grear
    Mark J Grear

    Ok after up grades to the top end how do check your motor is time before you install the cams.
    Please note we are working on a twin cam. We have shovel heads this twin cam
    Is a different deal.

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