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Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by norseXL, Feb 11, 2018.
I'll se what I can do, as is it's not running well and need some tuning, way to lean...
No rush, it can certainly wait until you get it dialed in.
I'm in a bit of a hurry, friday's a hollyday here so hoping to get it ready for a long weekend trip.
If I don't make it work I will have to ride a BMW!
First long trip of the year, works good...
Man I love that bike. Nice job.
I said exactly those same words when I saw that photo!
SOOO, it seems lithium batteries still hasn't come to be reliable.
Was going to start my bike to get off the ferry between Geiranger and Trollstigen but no reaction, had to do the walk of shame of the ferry.
Rescue truck to nearest town (Ålesund) and thankfully the dealer there came opened the shop to sell me a good old fashioned AGM Harley battery.
Long day but home with the (5 Kg heavier) bike...
When I went to get a new battery for my sportster the harley dealer was pushing their new lithium battery hard at me “it’s lighter, more powerful etc etc” to which I replied, this one still works and it’s 5 years old, I just don’t wanna be stuck out with a dead battery.
If I was concerned with weight, I’d watch what I eat, and not ride a harley.
Bummer. What lithium were you running?
Brand called Poweroad
For me, putting less weigt on the oil tank was the most important thing. Alredy welded the tank twice, thankfully it has behaved for many years now, but you never know, with my luck it would start leaking again down in the alps...
Not familiar with them. Have only used Shorai(going on third trouble free season in F800GS), and will be trying a Anti-Gravity in a Sportster( whenever I finish the damn thing!).
That bike is AWESOME!
Great day out today, got rid of all the chicken strips at the rear and only a 1/4" left at the front.
Lost the headlight but duck taped it so trip continue. Beer and Jegermaister in a smal cabin by a fjord...
Wow great picture!
Thanks, sadly a tourist fell to his death from that exact spot the day after...
Made a small compartment to go where the ignition module cover normaly lives...
Great week-end out,testing the new black boxes.
They were expensive, but worth it since my old ones were starting to leak and also starting to oxide innside...