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I have a 02 Road King Classic and I installed the SE performance pipes with the endcaps that you can change out. I installed the billet end caps, but the exhaust seems stronger on the right side than the left side. When I put my hand behind the pipes I can feel, and hear a stonger pressure from the right side on the pipe than the left. Any answers on this problem? Also, I have noticed that with the EFI engine that the idle RPM is a little higher than the carb models. Is that normal with the EFI engines? I just need some help, it's my first harley davidson.:confused:
 

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Normal. most of the exhaust will come out of the right side.

The idle speed is the same for carb and EFI, but most people unwisely turn the idle down on the carb bikes.
They are supposed to idle at a 1000 rpm, and on the bikes that have a tach (not in this case) they read a little higher on the tach then the actual idle speed. No problem.
 
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