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Old 12-04-2011, 05:32 PM
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I'm not sure what all is needed to install the 120R, but it is only about $5k from HD. Seems like a good way to go.
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I'm not sure what all is needed to install the 120R, but it is only about $5k from HD. Seems like a good way to go.
Im guessing it bolts right in and its a matter of tuning it with the ICM.

Oh...and keeping a tight grip on the controls when you rip open the throttle.
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I will have pics of the bike lowered tonight, Went on a benefit ride yesterday. My temperary license plate bracket broke. (as was expected.) I have to fab a up the new one this week end.
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ok. pics. Lowered in rear.

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anxiously waiting for my V&H Short Shots. Also sweiously thinking of an open belt primary install next year.
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ednigma, what did you use to lower the rear? How does it handle with the front stock height?
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I used a 20 dollar softail lowering kit from ebay. the bike rides great since lowering it.
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New V&H Short Shots.

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I'm not sure what all is needed to install the 120R, but it is only about $5k from HD. Seems like a good way to go.


A non counter balanced motor that is not rubber mounted in a Softail. That will be like going back to my old paint shaking EVOs. Sometimes I miss those days.
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well.. no one makes a a custom seat for my Line. So I picked up a High End Badger soo seat at a local bike shop for 125 bucks and I am in the process of massaging it to fit. So far so good.
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