• 20:49

    Harley Davidson Motor Review – Shovel to M8

    The Harley Davidson motor has gone through a lot of changes over the years. From the Knucklehead and Panhead, the Shovelhead and Evolution, and more recently, the Twin Cam and Milwaukee Eight. In this video, Mike talks about the Halrey Davidson motor from the inception of the Shovelhead motor in 1966 and demonstrates some of…

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  • 5:25

    M8 Adjustable Rocker Arms

    Mike brings our attention to adjustable rocker arms for the M8. A topic that will become increasingly more common for Milwaukee Eight owners who establish fifty thousand miles and higher. Harley’s four valve head has two rocker arms that control two valves each. One rocker arm controls a pair of intake valves and one arm…

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  • 4:32

    M8 Harley Davidson Accessory Power Outlet

    Harley Davidson is keeping up with the changing times as well as the most current technology. Mike demonstrates for us on this M8 Softail where to find the Harley Davidson accessory power outlet. Harley’s change over to a CAN BUS electrical system has changed the way we are able to, or rather not able to,…

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  • 17:47

    Harley M8 Cam Removal Continued

    Mike has the pushrods and the Harley M8 cam cover removed and is ready to move on with disassembly for our S&S cam upgrade. Next in line are the front and rear lifter covers. A 3/16″ Allen is needed to remove the securing hardware. A wobble, or ball Allen will be needed in order to…

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  • 41:40

    M8 Oil Pump Upgrade

    Before we get to the M8 oil pump and S&S cam, there are two crucial things that need to be addressed. First, it is vitally important to measure the crankshaft run-out. A dial indicator is needed to take this measurement. For 2007 and later Harley Davidsons, the run-out should not exceed .012″. Twelve thousandths is…

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  • 10:21

    Tips on Why Fuel Injected Harley Won’t Start

    Every year we get calls from customers who are, or have been, stranded and their fuel injected Harley won’t start. If the bike doesn’t start at home it may not be such a big deal. However, if you get stuck out on the road, it can be a very stressful experience. In this video Mike…

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  • 49:38

    Sportster Handlebars, Seat, Battery, Tank Removal

    Tommy is eager to take off the Sportster handlebars, seat, tank and more. Before picking up any tools, it is important to begin with a service manual and a plan. Don’t just start off by tearing down areas at random. Develop a plan of action. Make lists of parts that will be needed, parts that…

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  • 14:53

    Harley Carb and Exhaust Removal

    We are still working in the early, disassembly stages of our Sportster Harley Cafe Racer project. Next in line, Tommy removes the Screamin’ Eagle air cleaner assembly and the stock Harley carb or CV carburetor in anticipation of a new S&S carburetor assembly. The stock intake manifold will also be removed. Harley carb removal is…

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  • 30:47

    Sportster Rear Fender and Swingarm Removal

    Our Sportster rear fender removal will keep us moving right along with the disassembly and planning of our cafe racer. Tommy gets right to work by removing the sissy bar and luggage rack assembly. The rear strut and Sportster rear fender hardware can be difficult to access so Tommy takes a few extra minutes to…

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