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  • How to Load a Motorcycle

    We show you the quick and easy way to load and transport a motorcycle in a truck. If you need to haul a motorcycle or load a motorcycle you'll need a few things to load a bike into a truck. J&P Cycles recommends a ramp, a step stool, and tie downs. Purchase motorcycle straps and tie downs from J&P Cycles: http://www.jpcycles.com/motorcycle-st...
    Posted to Photos (MediaGallery) by dtodd on Thu, Jan 9 2014
  • Harley Drag Racing 101

    Born and bred right here in the USA, drag racing has grown worldwide as one of the most popular forms of motorsports. Perhaps the best part about drag racing is that you can run just about any type of vehicle, including street legal Harley-Davidsons. Whether you ride a stock 883 Sportster or a monster 131-inch Road Glide, you’re free to participate as long as your bike passes the required safety inspection. With literally hundreds of drag strips across the nation, you’ll have no problem
    Posted to Tech Articles (Weblog) by dtodd on Fri, Jul 23 2010
    Filed under: performance, racing, drag racing
  • Re: New rider

    Welcome to the Site, Feel free to ask away. We also have the search option at the top of the page to search old posts.
    Posted to New Members Area (Forum) by dtodd on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: Fuel pump

    Scottymac, I can get you all the individual part numbers but it might be cheaper to by the Module assembly. Which includes everything inside the tank except the fuel level sender. Part number is 75218-04 and retails around $250. Let me know if you want to piece it together and i can scan and email you the pages out of the parts manual for you to pick numbers that you need. Fuel inlet Sock, 75254-04 Retails around $25.00 Fuel Sender Unit 75219-04 retails around $52.00 XEA, Good catch i didn't
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Wed, Feb 3 2010
  • Re: Fuel pump

    Shoot me an email to dtodd@jpcycles.com and i will reply with the attachement.
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Wed, Feb 3 2010
  • Re: Fuel pump

    scottymac You can replace the pump only from Harley only. To my knowledge no one on the aftermarket makes one. OEM number for the pump is 61016-04 Pump retail is around $160. I would also replace the fuel filter number 61011-04 Retail is $17.00. We can special order them directly from Harley. You can bench test the pump by applying 12 v to the pump and it should make a whining sound. If it has been sitting that long I recommend replacing the parts inside with new ones. There is also an oring around
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Tue, Feb 2 2010
  • Re: Loss of Speedo and idle control on 2004 Road king

    Welton, When it happened did you check the speedometer diagnostic steps like i sent in the email? Also check the connection to the datalink wire as described in the following reply. Also with all those codes you want to check Serial Data wire coming from the ECM via a (LtGN\V) wire going to the speedometer and the data link harness for shorts/opens. The speedometer signal is sent to the speedo from the ECM via the Serial Data Wire. The problem being so intermittent makes me think its a loose or poor
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Fri, Jan 29 2010
  • Re: Loss of Speedo and idle control on 2004 Road king

    Sleep is correct as far at the TSM seeing signal from the speed sensor. This is done via the serial data wire. I don't feel the TSSM would be at fault because the system is pretty smart its self. If the TSSM for some reason was interupting the signal to the Speedometer. I would think you would throw a Trouble Code U1064 or U1255 which is a loss of Serial data from the TSSM. The reason why I said check the LtGN/V wire from the TSSM to the speedometer. That is the wire that sends signal from the
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Fri, Jan 29 2010
  • Re: Loss of Speedo and idle control on 2004 Road king

    Yeah if i can figure out how to be able to put a multimeter on a bike over the phone or by email we would be in the money. (Not knocking Welton or Sleeps ability). Intermittent problems are the worst because they always happen at the worst time. Thanks for the comment mwelych.
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Fri, Jan 29 2010
  • Re: Fat Boy Question

    You better have a whole lot of time on your hands. :)
    Posted to Big Twin Tech Talk (Forum) by dtodd on Fri, Jan 22 2010
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