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  • About squirlshovel
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    love the open road and harley davidson
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    love the outdoors ,building motorcycles and brewin beer
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    mechanic apprentice
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    squirl
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    squirl
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    taste what u say before u say it. u may not like the after taste!

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  • Last Activity: 01-22-2011 10:10 PM
  • Join Date: 11-29-2010
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  1. squirlshovel
    01-13-2011 04:42 PM
    right on! thanx. youve been very helpful. this is my first big twin so ive been learning alot! ive always loved the shovel. nothing like it , so here we go. cant wait to ride!
  2. TwiZted Biker
    01-12-2011 03:14 PM
    Ya the black box was the stock ign. brain , you don't need it if you have the Dyna S they are about as simple as it gets . Go to the Dyna web site and they have the instruction sheets for down load , the static timing setup is real easy and you don't need to do the timing light and oil blowing all over he place gig . Stick with the OEM manual it's more complicated maybe but it does give details on stuff the Clymers doesn't and you'll run into that sooner or later .

    The wiring looks much more complicated that it really is , I know that sounds like bull but it's just a matter of getting your head around it . There's been a couple of simple clean diagrams posted already use one as a guideline you'll do ok . Good luck man Send a PM with questions if need be I'll help where I can .

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