• 23:40

    In this video, Tommy covers what is probably the most popular aftermarket air cleaner for Harley Davidson, the Kuryakyn Hypercharger. Kuryakyn has offered variations of their Kuryakyn Hypercharger air cleaner assembly for decades now. The reason for this air cleaner’s popularity is quite obvious. What’s cooler than seeing baffles swing open and closed when you

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  • 10:49

    It is imperative that the inner cam bearing removal is done and they are replaced whenever performing maintenance, repairs, or upgrades to your Twin Cam cam compartment. A specialty tool is needed to, both, cam bearing removal and to replace the cam bearings. Do not attempt replacing these cam bearings without using a tool that

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  • 7:44

    We are into the final steps of our S&S gear drive conversion for Twin Cams. Before installing the Harley cam cover, it is important to check for correct cam gear clearance against the outer cover. S&S instructions recommend, at least .030″ clearance between the gear and the cover. Mike shows us two different ways to

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  • 3:58

    The Harley Davidson cam chain tensioner shoes have been an issue since 1999 until Harley updated to hydraulic cam chain tensioners in 2006 and 2007. We show you how to update to hydraulic in our Harley Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Project videos. Mike Roen walks us through the next level upgrade to gear drive instead

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  • 1:53

    Simple but often overlooked. Check operation of electrical equipment and switches before you start to service your Harley Milwaukee Eight. Mike Roen walks you through these easy steps as required by your manual’s checklist. We know it sounds simple and it is. The reason you want to do this before service and every ride is

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  • 3:35

    Correct Harley rear tire pressure is critical, not only for safe motorcycle operation, but also for longevity of your tires. Harley Davidson factory service manuals recommend setting front tire pressure to 36 psi and the Harley rear tire pressure to 40 psi. Tire pressures should be checked cold unless having an issue while on the

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  • 9:42

    Removing and installing the Harley fuel tank on touring models became much easier some years ago with the elimination of the fuel crossover line. No longer do we need to deal with draining fuel, cutting hose clamps, using hose pinching pliers, and generally getting gas everywhere. Begin the Harley fuel tank re-installation by setting the

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