• 5:22

    Barnett Cables: A Closer Look

    Barnett Cables Fit Your Needs Clutch and throttle cables are one of the most overlooked parts of your motorcycle while in reality, they’re critical pieces of equipment that need to be maintained and replaced to ensure your motorcycle is operating perfectly. Barnett cables are designed for your Harley Davidson. They are made here in the…

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  • 31:38

    Harley Terminology: Explained

    There is a lot of unfamiliar Harley terminology that may come about when building your motor or installing a performance cam on your Harley Davidson. Most riders will choose a cam based on their budget. In Harley terminology, a “bolt in” or “drop in” cam is always less expensive because the valve train will typically…

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  • 28:40

    Understanding Cam Specs: Part 2

    In this video we’ll explain what we like to call the “big three.” The three most important specifications to consider when selecting a camshaft for your engine are lift, duration, and intake closing time. Lift The first of the big three is lift. Lift is defined as how far the valve moves off of the…

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  • 2:37

    How to Kickstart a Harley with a Super E Carb

    So, you wanna kickstart a Harley? Since absorbing the Flathead power brand, S&S Cycle has had an influx of customers contacting their tech support with questions on kickstarting a Harley-Davidson. In this video, S&S Cycle’s Wally Cahill and Bruce Tessmer give us a little insight and a demonstration on how to kickstart a Harley-Davidson with…

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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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  • 4:47

    Clymer Manuals for Harley-Davidsons

    Like tools in your tool box, Clymer Manuals are a must have. We searched high and low for a good deal on a Sportster for our Cafe Racer Build. We found a low mileage, almost stock Harley-Davidson for a good price. Our video series shows that with a budget and a plan you can customize…

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  • 26:37

    M8 Softail Harley Davidson Spark Plugs Service

    Harley Davidson spark plugs service has changed with the M8. Harley M8 models have four spark plugs. Two per cylinder. This not only aids in cleaner emissions but in better performance. Two of the Harley Davidson spark plugs are located on the left side of the motorcycle where they have historically been located. These are…

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  • 3:57

    Inspect For Exhaust Leak

    Inspect your Harley Davidson for a possible exhaust leak at every service interval. After hours of vibration and heat, the exhaust system or an area of the exhaust system may begin to loosen. It is important to catch this early as even a small exhaust leak can adversely impact the running and performance of the…

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  • 4:31

    How to Use a Torque Wrench

    At Fix My Hog, you constantly hear us say “torque to factory spec.” Torquing hardware correctly is, of course, extremely important. Over tightening a fastener can be just as dangerous, or just as damaging, as under tightening a fastener. To achieve a correct torque spec, it is important that you learn how to use a…

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