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What did you do to your Milwaukee-8 today?

 
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Old 09-13-2016, 06:18 AM
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Added a Kuryakyn Longhorn shifter peg. I found there my foot sat on the board I was just a little too far outside of the reach of the front shifter. A real "First World" problem.
 
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Old 09-13-2016, 09:21 AM
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Don't just talk about it, lets see some pictures as these latest HD's get personalized.
 
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Old 09-13-2016, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by cruisinmann View Post
118 tq ! stage one that's impressive. How do the street cannons sound compared to stock I'm looking at going that route is it a noticeable difference if tone
It's somewhat louder at idle and a lot louder when you crack the throttle. The exhaust note has a really nice deep tone but I think I would like it to be a little louder overall.
 
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Originally Posted by sierramadre View Post
Had a stage one done with new Harley Street Tuner and Street Cannon mufflers-already had the high flow air filter. Did 91 HP on the Dyno and 118 Ft lbs of torque. It really runs great. Still getting used to the sound. It's not bad, but coming off a Thuderheader and D&D pipes on my last two bikes, its disappointing not to set off any car alarms in my neigborhood...
Can you post the dyno chart? The curve would be interesting to see. 91hp/118trq is pretty darn good out of a 107 with just a stage 1.
 
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Old 09-13-2016, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by masterblaster View Post
Bought my red RG Ultra, put screaming eaglre pipes on it, will install ssat module in the morning. I dont think the dam bike needs anything else.
I think we need a video of your new pipes havent been able to hear one without stock pipes yet
 
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Old 09-13-2016, 09:54 AM
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Originally Posted by heatwave View Post
can you post the dyno chart? The curve would be interesting to see. 91hp/118trq is pretty darn good out of a 107 with just a stage 1.
17 cvo,114".
 
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Originally Posted by Cowboy Rob View Post
17 cvo,114".
OK, A little less impressed if a 114" with stage 1 is putting out 91/118. Most dyno curves (even HD's in the '17 SE catalog) shows the 114 putting out 89hp/110ft-lbs right out of the crate.


 
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Originally Posted by TwiZted Biker View Post
When I decide to jump and it's looking like next year sometime I want the Road King in billet silver, not a fairing fan.
Move to Michigan. Without a fairing your season gets short.

 
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Old 09-13-2016, 08:10 PM
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Move to Michigan. Without a fairing your season gets short.
Snow ***** chance in hell, did my time in the rust belt won't get me back there outside of an occasional visit to the grandkids.
 
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Old 09-14-2016, 11:08 PM
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Well so far I've added the adjustable backrest, shorty antenna, 360 highway mounts with pegs with heel rests, and heel shift cover.

Just today I added a LRS 12" flat top shield and the heated tourpack backrest. Unfortunately dealer forgot to mention that I needed the new wiring harness for the 17. So gotta make another trip.

Drives me nuts that you spend $30K on a bike, another $350 on a heated backrest, and you still have to buy extra wiring to make it work. I'm sure HD saved a few pennies not including it, but I guess then they couldn't charge another $30 bucks.
 

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