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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-05-2008, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Found My Dyna on You Tube

This is what my Dyna will look like when I am done - My Exhaust sounds the same but looks diff - I will install the Vance & Hines Short Shot Blacked out over the winter and will powder coat the Front end all black as well - Oh and my signals will be embedded in the front mirrors and rear tail light unlike the youtube bike

From the attached pic to this - Should have her this Sunday too and cannot wait to just cruise

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Thx Man - I cannot fucking wait

Oh and I will have the detachable small rear back rest too

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Waiting on all the accessories to come in - Should be ready by this weekend - I could have rode it home Sunday but I want it to be all ready to go when I pick it up - I do not dig how it looks now - Troy and I went over and over it a few times to craft just the right look

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Too much bike for me - I know my limits

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Bug are you gonna keep the tach and speedo are you gonna just run a speedo? Whatever you do do not put a Hypercharger on the thing those are played out big time, or a forcewinder. Oh and while I'm ranting there better not be any Maltese crosses anywhere on the bike when your done!

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Bug are you gonna keep the tach and speedo are you gonna just run a speedo? Whatever you do do not put a Hypercharger on the thing those are played out big time, or a forcewinder. Oh and while I'm ranting there better not be any Maltese crosses anywhere on the bike when your done!
I like the Tach & Speedo - No crosses - Hypercharger?????

Maynard - I rode that '97 Soft Tail and have wanted one ever since

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Looks and sounds nice at IDLE....who shoots a movie of a HD without TWISTING THE FRICKIN THROTTLE?!!!
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Kuryakn = crap. Lemme know if you're thinking about any performance mods... the boys at Valley Racing will hook you up properly.

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I think you should go with with black heat shields drilled like the hand gaurds on an AR-15.






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Yes Cook, I bought a HD as a 2nd bike after riding that Soft Tail a while back

T - I will be replacing the entire Exhaust with a V&H like pictured earlier in this thread with post #2 - The heat shields are a temp fix to cover the dis-color of the exhaust as it is now due to the heat

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Kuryakn = crap..
YIKES! - My Rear Tail With Embedded Indicators is from this Mfg - I heard good about them until now - Whats up Kimmie? - What should I avoid?

Oh and a few parts will not be in until 8/11 so it looks like I will not get it until next week - Oh, well

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Fitment issues mostly... and their "hypercharger" does nothing.

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Fitment issues mostly... and their "hypercharger" does nothing.
I see - Well, Heritage is installing it for me so the recommended it and they can deal with the install - Waiting on the Mirrors, Fwd Controls and Rear Back rest - All arrives on 8/11 so pick up dated should be 8/12

Also the Heat Shields take 10-14 days so the first ride or so will be with the pipes showing the dis-color due to heat

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