I love my KST 14" Pathfinders bars, easy install. You do have finagle the cables little bit but it wasn't bad at all.
interesting. i was under the impression that you needed the larger sensors with that tuner.Little Wing
Using the stock O2 sensors. I bought the Powervision through Fuel Moto and told them what part combination and they loaded a custom map for it. I requested two maps if I decide to put a S&S 475 can in later. So I have both programs. They Dyno tune to come up with the right mix. Honestly it feels like I put a cam in it. Acceleration is real snappy throughout the whole rpm range. Stock never really felt like it was worth going over 3500. Now it really pulls all the way. Spoke with their tech support afterwards and said a auto tune wasn't needed. I agree, no hiccups at all, they know what they're doing. Look on their webpage in the knowledge base, good info. Put Db reducers back in for better back pressure due to taking the cat out, per they're recommendation. It did make a noticeable seat of the pants difference.
I like your sense of humor.Went for a little ride yesterday and about to go for a little Canada Day freedom spin. Anyways, stopped by my Indie's shop to inquire about a few parts and saw on the counter 'the trophy' and figured it was my turn for Best Overall. lol.
Back story - His landlord has dumped about $175k CDN into building a custom truck, with matching trailer, plus added a 59 Sportster that was completed a day before a car show here in Vancouver a few weeks ago; needless to say, the set-up won Best Overall trophy and he left the trophy at the shop for all of us to admire. Well, we are all taking turns taking pics with the trophy and sending them to the owner, he laughs every time.
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they are italian made Motorcycle saddlebags, seats and accessories - Shop Ends CuoioGreat pics and cool looking grips.
I couldn't drag any of my usual riding buddies out, it seems they are all water soluble, but that didn't stop me from gearing up and pounding out 100 miles in the rain to celebrate some freedom for Canada Day. Up here in the Pacific North Wet (not West), if you don't ride in the rain then you'll miss half the riding season.
Happy Canada Day!
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He's a great guy down there. Talked to Him a few times on the phone about getting the bars ordered for my '15.I got my new KST 12” Spearheads installed tonight. Extremely easy install process. If it hadn’t been for me being very indecisive about where I wanted them, I would have got it all done in less than an hour. I’ll get it out for a ride later today and take a few pics.
I’d like to say a special thank you to Ret @KST Customs. He went beyond what would be expected in getting these bars out to me at a special request. Talked to him mid day Monday and the bars were at my house mid day Wednesday.