I am having problems starting my 2007 Ultra starter. Everything seems to be working correctly up to the point where you push on the starter switch and then all I hear is the starter relay clicking. I have checked all connections that I know of and have found nothing loose. Battery is good but starter
I have a 2003 Heritage Softail Classic (FLSTCI) that I inherited from my brother. He had it fully serviced in Fall 2008 and then passed away. It has sat since that time. I need to get it running. What kind of service should I expect that it will need? Thanks – G.G. ’03 Heritage Softail
I’m considering performance pipes for 2008 Heritage softail. I really like the true dual look—fish tails are neither here nor there. I really want to increase low-end power and cool the bike off as much as possible. I’m really looking for advice on a complete Stage 1 make-over. I THINK I’d prefer the Bassani true
My present breather setup vents to the atmosphere. Other breather setups vent into the carb. What are the pros and cons of both systems? What is available that will vent outside the carb, but will be caught without venting to the atmosphere? From Wimmer Custom Cycle: We hold a patent on our head breather system.
Do I remap my EFI after new Exhaust? Via Email From Our Friends at DynoJet: One big question is about re-mapping after changing the exhaust. Some say do it, other’s say it’s not necessary. More does than do not. Do I need to remap if I change aftermarket exhaust for another aftermarket exhaust? The work
Hogger Feedback: I’ll bet you got a hundred replies, or maybe not. It’s my understanding that the ammonia that might be in Windex is harmful to our Lexan windshields. I’m not sure if that’s true, but I’m not experimenting on my windscreen with Windex or service station concoctions that might mess it up. Got almost
Our Friends at SuperTrapp had this to say: Do aftermarket pipes backfire? A backfire or “lean misfire” on deceleration is primarily attributed to an improperly tuned engine. Under this circumstance, the low speed fuel circuit needs to be adjusted. On a street bike, the rule of thumb is to adjust the fuel mixture screw out
I have been told that there are two ways to map an EFI. One being to actually change the mapping of the ECU by getting a flash download. The other way is to use a piggy-back modem type device that allegedly alters the signals that are being received by the actual ECU. Provided that this