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  • uwish351
    uwish351
    9 years ago
    Keen eye there TJU.
    Yes, Screamin Eagle programmable shift light, and Air / fuel mixture gauge.
    Barnett Scorpion Primary cover hides a lockup race clutch.
    Worked 127ci engine.
    10.9 1/4 mile @ 131 mph.
  • TJU
    TJU
    9 years ago
    Uwish , I thought there must have been a bit of power hiding inside that beast ... bet it`s nice to have that extra stopping power with all that get up and go ... nice combination of parts all round , congrats .
  • Robbdasnake
    Robbdasnake
    9 years ago
    Nice Wideys all of them.
    A question for Uwish If I could ask.
    That looks like an RB Racing pipe am I correct? if so how are they to deal with? Am looking at ordering a pipe from them in the near future and have heard both good and bad reports on there customer service. Looking at a 2 inch header for a 103 as I will be getting heads as well. They recommend on they're website a stock 103 to stay with 1 3/4 and if larger valves are used go a 2 inch header. Any tips ya can pass on would be appreciated. Thanks
  • uwish351
    uwish351
    9 years ago
    Hi Robbdasnake,
    Yes, it is a RB Racing LSR exhaust system.
    They are a terrible business to deal with, extremely arrogant and treat their customers like shit.
    Waited 6 months for an exhaust that l was quoted 6 weeks.
    Finally got the system, well built and packed, and looks and sounds great on the bike.
    BUT dropped 10HP over the Supertrapp 2-1 system l previously had installed.
    RB Racing could care less.
    I had to do my own mods to the system to get it to almost perform as well as the Suppertrap system.
    Would l do it again = NO WAY.
    I have tried many systems and none beat the performance of the Supertrapp.
    But if performance is not your bag and you can live with being treated like shit to get what you want, then go with the LSR.
    Hope this helps.
  • Robbdasnake
    Robbdasnake
    9 years ago
    Uwish,
    Thanks heaps for that info mate. Youve just saved me a shitload of dramas by the sounds. By the looks of your awesome sled ,you know what your talking about. Thanks again. Ill explore other options such as a supertrapp
  • uwish351
    uwish351
    9 years ago
    Thanks TJU.
    Currently installing a True-Track stabilizer back and front in an attempt to improve the life of my engine mounts and help with the well know wobbles on high speed sweepers.
    Rubber mounts a great to remove the vibration but not so great when you triple the power of the bike, as l am killing the mounts.
  • 666
    666
    9 years ago

    my new ride 2012 wg


  • 40thtoy
    40thtoy
    9 years ago
    Here is a photo of my new wide glide, picked it up Friday night. Stage 1 should be done this week.
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  • steelo
    steelo
    9 years ago

    Very nice.

  • Longy2018
    Longy2018
    9 years ago


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    Longy2018
    9 years ago


  • Evo
    Evo
    9 years ago

    My 98, last of the Evo's.

  • chopa
    chopa
    9 years ago

    My ' 96


  • Jorgo500exc
    Jorgo500exc
    9 years ago

    Hi all - New Forum and Harley Davidsons

    Here is my 2015 FXDWG - Stage 3 SE Kit fitted with 259E cams

    Have done the usual pipes,bars,seat mods - absolutley stoked with the result so far.


  • Jorgo500exc
    Jorgo500exc
    9 years ago

    I now understand the feeling of riding / owning a Harley Davidson - only those that have will understand.....My 2015 Dyna Wide Glide - Stage 3 SE kit fitted with 259E cams......Very noticeable difference in performance - well worth the extra.


  • Luke0004
    Luke0004
    2 years ago
    Quoting ==ShaDoW== on 10 Sep 2012 03:53 AM

    Couple of mine not the best anglewas going for th rims,

    Where did you get those rims I’ve been looking all over for some
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