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  1. Thread: Solo Seat Cowl

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    Corbin Smuggler. Main reason was a place to stash...

    Corbin Smuggler. Main reason was a place to stash my blaster when I am somewhere they're not allowed. Full size 1911 in .45 ACP.
  2. Thread: New Member

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    According to the guys pic, it already has exhaust...

    According to the guys pic, it already has exhaust and intake. Therefore one would certainly hope a fuel tuner at the very least. I recall back in the early days of these bikes, those Edelbrocks were...
  3. Thread: Solo Seat Cowl

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    Exactly! Saved me from having to type all that!...

    Exactly! Saved me from having to type all that! :bigthumbsup:

    Having said that, I did spend over $500 on a custom seat cowl.
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    Best way to store it during the winter. Keeps the...

    Best way to store it during the winter. Keeps the tires off cold pavement or concrete.
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    I have a Sears lift. I used to have to roll the...

    I have a Sears lift. I used to have to roll the front tire onto a piece of one inch thick wood to get the jack under the bike. Since I put a 140/70-18 tire on the front, I don't have to anymore, even...
  6. I've used those on other bikes in the past. I...

    I've used those on other bikes in the past. I just prefer the looks of the Stealth in the back, hugs the underside of the body. And the Flatz up front conform to the chrome pieces the signals are...
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    The reason you are not getting a response is you...

    The reason you are not getting a response is you put this in the wrong forum . You need to copy and paste this in a new thread in the forum at the top of the list. Then you'll get some answers.
  8. Nah! It's Metzeler 280/35 on a ten inch Coastal...

    Nah! It's Metzeler 280/35 on a ten inch Coastal Moto rim. And up front a Metzeler 140/70 on a 4.25 inch Coastal Moto rim. Yeah, I like the look. The bigger front tire had to grow on me though. I was...
  9. While soldering may be preferred, I never saw...

    While soldering may be preferred, I never saw evidence of it on my original cable after the cable and nipple departed company with each other. I still have the nipple, sitting on my bench in the...
  10. Where I work, there is a guy that rides a Nine...

    Where I work, there is a guy that rides a Nine with ape hangers. Really high ape hangers. Silly looking things. Clyde would love them! And low slung saddlebags, so low I don't see how he gets around...
  11. I had a cable fail on me once while riding....

    I had a cable fail on me once while riding. Fortunately I was a mile and a half from home and just dealt with it. Rode home minus the cable, floated every STOP sign, and rolled downhill toward my...
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    If I had to, my Cobra Tri Pro separates at the...

    If I had to, my Cobra Tri Pro separates at the joint where the two pipes come together. It's very easy to remove.

    BTW, OP, welcome to the site and nice find.
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    The 140/70 I run may be bigger in diameter than a...

    The 140/70 I run may be bigger in diameter than a 160/60. Hmm, I'll have to do the math here. Anyhow, mine was just entirely too close to the tire to be comfortable with it. I don't ride on gravel...
  14. I can't even begin to imagine. I've never in all...

    I can't even begin to imagine. I've never in all my bike riding life, since 1976, had to cut and solder a clutch cable. I just always prefer to use the factory original which fits like a glove. And...
  15. Thread: Exhaus

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    May have. Maybe even mine since I have the LA...

    May have. Maybe even mine since I have the LA Choppers xXx Big Airs and a tuner as well. I just don't really lose any sleep over the issue of more power. If it's there, great. If not, so what? I...
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    Just be aware that you will have to change how...

    Just be aware that you will have to change how the front fender is mounted, or you'll have problems. I had to move my front fender upward to get a 140 on it. I didn't use fender extenders, I simply...
  17. I'm heading on 37,000 soon. Haven't had the issue...

    I'm heading on 37,000 soon. Haven't had the issue yet with my 06. But a friend with an 06 has. Twice. Whenever I ride with him, I think most of it is his shifting technique. I can always hear his...
  18. Thread: Exhaus

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    The only exhaust that was proven to make more...

    The only exhaust that was proven to make more power, isn't available any longer. Which is a shame. It was a two-into-one made by a former member. All the other exhausts, who knows. I put the one on...
  19. Thread: Ecu flash

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    I agree with you. They could simply ignore me if...

    I agree with you. They could simply ignore me if they despise me so. Meanwhile, I've given information on the one inch drop risers to those who have asked. Same with the LA Choppers Big Airs. Same...
  20. Thread: Ecu flash

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    It takes two to tango.

    It takes two to tango.
  21. Thread: Ecu flash

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    Seriously, did you see post #6 where he started...

    Seriously, did you see post #6 where he started it? In post 5, I was just letting people know that he isn't on here frequently, and they might have a long wait before he responds. Nothing bad was...
  22. Thread: Ecu flash

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    Whatever you say Karen! Crawl on back to your...

    Whatever you say Karen! Crawl on back to your safe space. Got crayons and a coloring book? Binky? Be sure to wipe your nose now.
  23. Thread: Ecu flash

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    And his last post was four weeks ago. Good luck!

    And his last post was four weeks ago. Good luck!
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    You should adjust it so you can fit two quarters...

    You should adjust it so you can fit two quarters between the lever and the perch. If you can't do that, it's too tight. I had to put a new cable on mine in 2014 when the original broke. After...
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    I've used nothing but 20w-50 in mine since the...

    I've used nothing but 20w-50 in mine since the first oil change, somewhere back in 2007. But I'm just a 20w-50 kinda guy. Been driving since 76, and been using that in pretty much every bike I've...
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    I don't have any pics, or I'd post one. But my...

    I don't have any pics, or I'd post one. But my bike, which is at stock ride height, has a Cycle House side stand of similar appearance. It's meant for stock height bikes. Don't know where the...
  27. Thread: Corona Lite

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    The drink of winos everywhere?

    The drink of winos everywhere?
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    Yeah, me either. And here I am riding a 14 year...

    Yeah, me either. And here I am riding a 14 year old M109R and I've never even bothered to put my hands on the "pumpkin". Never will. Even though it's overkill, I change the final drive oil every time...
  29. Kickstand has double springs, one inside the...

    Kickstand has double springs, one inside the other. There's really no way it should move down. Those are strong springs. Maybe the switch can be adjusted to keep it in firmer contact? Or maybe a...
  30. Thread: M109r Service

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    I've had to change the damn fuel filter three...

    I've had to change the damn fuel filter three times in the 14 years and 36,000 miles I've had this bike. Changed the plugs for the first time in 2018 at around 30,000. They old ones looked good,...
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