You could look for a set of takeoffs on Ebay and then send them out to be ported to match your setup then resell yours to recoup some expense , I had Bean at http://www.bigboyzcycles.com/ do a set for my last bike and it worked out good , Bean has a reasonable price for a street port and is a very knowledgeable person .
Our long-proven Stage III Super-Tour Heads would work great.
AV&V .650 lift springs
And as always, all of that work is done in house, as WE do not farm that out to other outfits, then call it our own once it comes back........
There's a new cam Fuel Moto collaborated with Woods on, has anyone installed this on a 107 M8 motor?
At this time, I got a Stage 1 (Arlen Ness Method Clear A/C, S&S MK45, and DynoJet PV from FM), but planning out my Stage 2 this fall (FM 2-1-2 header, MoCo's latest oil pump, maybe auto tuner...
Looking for some recommendations on a shop in the Bay Area to do a stage 2 for me. I'll be providing the parts because what I want can't get shipped here (I also have a NV address). Specifically looking for East Bay (Brentwood). Curious who has gone where, how they did, and what they charged.
Picked up a 2019 RGS off a private seller w/1,800 miles on it and warranty good until April 2021. I've put about 1,000 miles on it since purchase and it's been great. Mfg date is Feb 2019 and I heard stories about oil migration issues so today I decided to inspect oil levels. Now the guy I...
I am new to cam shaft upgrades.
The first question I have is which is better, a chain or a gear driven cam?
Or is this another oil thread?
I am looking at upgrading to the S&S475 in the spring for my 2019.
Looking for suggestions.
So got my invoice from Fuel Moto....everything checks out...for those who got their dealer to install their Stage 2, how many hours did they charge..if you are comfortable, feel free to share total costs.
I already installed the Stage 1 myself (Arlen Ness A/C, S&S MK45, and DynoJet PowerVision...
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