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Thinking of Trask Bolt On System for 2016 StreetGlide

 
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Old 01-22-2019, 03:29 PM
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Whats the typical cost for a bolt-on system for a stock 103? Is it fairly straight forward as a bolt-on? Not really looking at doing more than bolt on, but if lower comp pistons and a set of cams are remarkably better, that may be an option (and of course, beefed up clutch...).

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If you can catch Trask at Sturgis, You can get it for 6500 installed. That includes free install. You can add another 1000.00 on there if you have to pay for install.
 
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Hello new to hd forums thanks for the add. I just installed a Trask Turbo on a stock 96 20011 FatBoy Lo and man what a fun bike to ride.my first full day ride was with a 500 bike ride stop and go slow and no problems at all and no heat on leg from the turbo.the heat came from the top rear cyl. the same old heat problem I had before the turbo.My next step is to build a motor to go with this set up.This bike will become a street killer in time.
 
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Originally Posted by Rhino-1 View Post
Whats the typical cost for a bolt-on system for a stock 103? Is it fairly straight forward as a bolt-on? Not really looking at doing more than bolt on, but if lower comp pistons and a set of cams are remarkably better, that may be an option (and of course, beefed up clutch...).

TIA!
Turbo is great. Lowering compression clutch etc is good idea. Only issue is when doing al this work better consider doing the bottom end. Itís easy to make on 103 with just turbo cams and turbo 125/130 hp and that bottom might handle all that over time.
 

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