Bob has a Harley on the rack that already has a custom exhaust and air intake installed. The motorcycle is not performing well because the ECM / EFI was not remapped. Bob removes saddlebags and side cover so we can see the ECM. He removes the ECM connects the Power Commander to it with a little dielectric grease and re-installs the ECM. Keep everything tie wrapped so it stays in place. He tunes the ECM by mapping the Power Commander on the computer. There can be many maps for your motorcycle set-up. It’s easy to try one and test till you find the right one.
Bob demonstrates how to service the front and rear brake calipers on a Sportster. There are a few changes that Harley has made over the years, so you should be sure to pay attention to the differences; they could affect how you service your bike.Watch Now >>
When you’re adjusting the primary chain on your Sportster model, it’s always specified to adjust it in the tightest spot of its travel. Whether you use the hot or the cold measurement, Harley specifies that you do it in the tightest area. Bob teaches you a quick and simple method for locating the tightest spot in the path of the chain. He stresses that any time you are servicing inside the primary you should always unhook the negative cable.Watch Now >>
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 pushes…Watch Now >>