Nomad55,Nomad55 said:And if, like me, you just ain't happy with the power (or lack of it) you may opt for a reliable motor build with a decent amount of juice, different exhaust, air intake, etc.
Remember Dave, I know you...Dave1200C said:
I don't know about other dealers but mine was trying to convince me to leave my new bike for a Stage 1 before I even got out the door from purchasing it.IndianaSteve said:Nomad55,
I noticed you had an '05 but are suggesting he change power-related items on his '06. I'm not trying to cause trouble but - can he do that with an '06? What about the EPA regs relating to the '06s? Will a dealer or any shop actually change the intake, exhaust, etc. on an '06?
You might want to try the RoadKing highbars. They look similiar to the stock bars but make a huge difference in reach. You can use the stock cables/lines and wiring with these.Nomad55 said:...The second thing in my case was the handlebars. I'm still trying to decide on what bars to use permanently, but currently using a set of Heritage bars that work better than the originals, but don't look as good...