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Old 12-04-2010, 05:52 PM
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I got to really push the bike today for the first time since the comp and clutch were replaced.

Wow.

Just wow.

OK, so there's no startup bang anymore, but that's minor compared to how the bike's dynamics have improved. With Dave's "fixing" of the TBW settings, I can now crawl the bike around in slow-mo with no shudder or bizarre loading and unloading of the driveline. All the slop in the driveline is gone, and the clutch friction point is in the exact same place with every pull.

And that's the best thing....there's no more surprises when I grab the clutch, and there's no more guesswork as to how the power's getting to the rear wheel. It's smooth, direct, and consistent. I rode as hard today as I ever have, and felt far more comfortable than normal because I wasn't trying to second-guess the bike.

Harley should be ashamed of themselves for not making these two items standard equipment.
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This is mine, looks pretty sturdy is it the same style as the new stuff??? Never had any clanking - out of the primary anyways......

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This is mine, looks pretty sturdy is it the same style as the new stuff??? Never had any clanking - out of the primary anyways......

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you have the good one before they ''improved it"
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