Bob has an FL ready to install a Power Commander. Watch as he snakes the harness through the battery tray compartment and through the frame to the ECM connector on this model. He re-installs the loose backing plates and installs the Power Commander to the ECM with a little dielectric grease. He takes his time to make sure all components are back in their place. The factory did not smash things together so neither should we. He uses tie wraps to keep everything in place. The Power Commander is easily mapped with a computer for the exhaust / air intake set-up on the motorcycle and makes it easy to remap till it’s properly dialed in.
Bob bleeds for us. Well, he bleeds the front brakes on this custom caliper set up. He notes the two bleeder set up and that we should remove old fluid before replacing with new. Check your manual DOT4 and DOT5 do not mix. They go pro with the use of a Brake Bleeder that pushesWatch Now >>
Tech review of the Harley Davidson charging system. Here’s an easy way to make sure you battery is charging. Everyone is at your house and ready to ride. You saddle up and CLICK, your Harley-Davidson does not start. Bob and Mark review an easy way to check your battery and make sure it’s staying charged.Watch Now >>
Bob and Mark demonstrate the process for lubricating your Harley’s steering head bearings and adjusting the fall-away. As always, Bob stresses the importance of adequately prepping all bolts, consulting your user manual to be sure everything is done correctly, covering any painted areas on the bike and, if possible, working with two sets of hands.Watch Now >>