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Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the catalytic converter was in the header, in front of the slipon exhaust. Since you would need to remove the stock exhaust to drill or hammer out the baffles, should not make a difference if 49 state or not.

 

I think you can find a stock exhaust in Singapore to remove baffles if you want to save on shipping costs. Or try my Rhineharts over at Twins (for Dynas). They dont have baffles....

 

no the pipes that is from 2004 to 2006, that is the one that does not have the catalytic, it is on those bikes that are rubber-mount carb era...this is approve for use in 49 state across usa and thus known as the 49

after 2007, which begins the efi era, you find the catalytic in the front of the slip-on..this now approve for california state and sometimes known as 50 states

 

i was lucky to get a pair of 49 state cos 1 of my friend was working in chicago harley, i just pay for the shipping and got tony to drill it out for $60

for the catalytic, get yee to do it but it cost more, think around $260, time consuming to slowly drill out the catalytic

 

there is a 48 state, but i not too sure if it fit efi model

these are pre - 2004, i think they stretch to 1985

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Hi everyone, got myself a forty eight few weeks ago, curious about the cleaning and polishing regime esp in sg condition. Any tips from the pros .. dos and don't.  

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no the pipes that is from 2004 to 2006, that is the one that does not have the catalytic, it is on those bikes that are rubber-mount carb era...this is approve for use in 49 state across usa and thus known as the 49

after 2007, which begins the efi era, you find the catalytic in the front of the slip-on..this now approve for california state and sometimes known as 50 states

 

i was lucky to get a pair of 49 state cos 1 of my friend was working in chicago harley, i just pay for the shipping and got tony to drill it out for $60

for the catalytic, get yee to do it but it cost more, think around $260, time consuming to slowly drill out the catalytic

 

there is a 48 state, but i not too sure if it fit efi model

these are pre - 2004, i think they stretch to 1985

 

 

IC, but you can just leave the catalytic converter in, wont affect the sound too much. If you just want to be louder, removing baffles is enough.

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morning bros n sistas,

 

i want to get kuryakyn grips for my roadking. are they universal fits or do they have different sizes? tried looking around on ebay and i see different numbers behind the descriptions. like 6212, 6088, something like that. is that the model number?

 

Apparently, they are not universal fit. Like you I thought they are before and when I got myself a pair of Kuryakyn Premium ISO Grips back in August from ebay, I nearly got the wrong set. Best is to contact the seller directly for more information before your purchase anything from them.

 

I wanted to buy the black version of Kuryakyn Premium ISO Grips but when I read up the information, they don't fit my 05 sportster and I have to settled for the chrome ones.

 

Anyway, they are good grips, no question about it.

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2003-2004: Yamaha WR200

2004-2006: Honda XR400RY

2006-2006: Honda Super4 Spec3

2006-2010: Honda CBR600RR'06

2010-2011: Harley Davidson Sportster 883

2011-2012: Harley Davidson RoadKing

2013-2015: Honda X11

2015-????: Harley Davidson Rushmore Street Glide

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Wow, thats a nice place, count me in. Anymore other riders from here??????

 

Hope to see you around tomorrow at kukup! Interested riders kindly PM fengdrew for more information.

 

Ride on..

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2003-2004: Yamaha WR200

2004-2006: Honda XR400RY

2006-2006: Honda Super4 Spec3

2006-2010: Honda CBR600RR'06

2010-2011: Harley Davidson Sportster 883

2011-2012: Harley Davidson RoadKing

2013-2015: Honda X11

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thanks for the advise bro!!!

 

Apparently, they are not universal fit. Like you I thought they are before and when I got myself a pair of Kuryakyn Premium ISO Grips back in August from ebay, I nearly got the wrong set. Best is to contact the seller directly for more information before your purchase anything from them.

 

I wanted to buy the black version of Kuryakyn Premium ISO Grips but when I read up the information, they don't fit my 05 sportster and I have to settled for the chrome ones.

 

Anyway, they are good grips, no question about it.

NEVER ride faster than your guardian angel can FLY!!!

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hi all brudders......new rider on the harley......and wondering if the lao jiaos her can give some advice.....

 

1. do u guys carry bike tools around.... the bike din have any so I was thinkin of getting some common size wrench, sockets etc..... can someone advice wat are the sizes???

 

2. where do u guys find a lock fuel cap...... i'm on a 2000 roadking FLHR......

 

any guy here have accessories pls PM me....... kena bitten by the accessories bug

 

 

paisay for the many questions.............thanks in advance

I . L . T . N . N

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@adriel

 

welcome to the hd family

 

1. make sure the tools you get is in inches series..allen keys and spanners..useful sizes 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2,

 

2. fuel lock cap not very good if you read US based forum, the lock always jam etc etc, especially the OEM series, not necessary to get one imho, i m still on the unlockable fuel cap

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yo adriel, was about to PM you. i tot i saw your white shadow at kallang lesiurepark last weekend. u already changed to a RK then?

 

1. i'm riding at 2009 Rk, no toolbag, asked the first owner, he says it doesnt come with toolbag when he bought it band new.

 

2. i got my fuel cap w lock at harley showroom. $126. i got it not becos i scare pple kapo my fuel but scare if ppl pour water or diesel into it. so far so good with the lock mechanism. must be gentle though.

 

i just ordered a pair of kuryakyn grips from ebay. hehe. wanna share shipping costs?

 

hi all brudders......new rider on the harley......and wondering if the lao jiaos her can give some advice.....

 

1. do u guys carry bike tools around.... the bike din have any so I was thinkin of getting some common size wrench, sockets etc..... can someone advice wat are the sizes???

 

2. where do u guys find a lock fuel cap...... i'm on a 2000 roadking FLHR......

 

any guy here have accessories pls PM me....... kena bitten by the accessories bug

 

 

paisay for the many questions.............thanks in advance

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yo adriel, was about to PM you. i tot i saw your white shadow at kallang lesiurepark last weekend. u already changed to a RK then?

 

1. i'm riding at 2009 Rk, no toolbag, asked the first owner, he says it doesnt come with toolbag when he bought it brand new.

 

 

2. i got my fuel cap w lock at harley showroom. $126. i got it not becos i scare pple kapo my fuel but scare if ppl pour water or diesel into it. so far so good with the lock mechanism. must be gentle though.

 

i just ordered a pair of kuryakyn grips from ebay. hehe. wanna share shipping costs?

 

 

wah 2009 roadking.....super new man......

 

ya was looking for the fuel cap with lock..... saw some online.... so exp man.... harley original.....

 

sure.... will let u koe if I getting something..... havent really decide yet....when u ordering again?????

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yo adriel, was about to PM you. i tot i saw your white shadow at kallang lesiurepark last weekend. u already changed to a RK then?

 

1. i'm riding at 2009 Rk, no toolbag, asked the first owner, he says it doesnt come with toolbag when he bought it band new.

 

2. i got my fuel cap w lock at harley showroom. $126. i got it not becos i scare pple kapo my fuel but scare if ppl pour water or diesel into it. so far so good with the lock mechanism. must be gentle though.

 

i just ordered a pair of kuryakyn grips from ebay. hehe. wanna share shipping costs?

 

 

could you show me the website for the items??

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02/2004-03/2005 -- Italjet Dragster 180

01/2005-08/2006 -- Suzuki Srad 600

03/2006-10/2006 -- Yamaha DT200WR

10/2006-02/2007 -- Honda XR 400

03/2007-12/2007 -- Nissan Skyline GTT 2.5A

06/2008-02/2009 -- Suzuki RMX 250

02/2009-10/2009 -- Yamaha Dragstar Custom 400

06/2010-01/2011 -- Harley Davidson 883R

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i'm in the process of ordering my grips actually. let me know if you are interested.

 

wah 2009 roadking.....super new man......

 

ya was looking for the fuel cap with lock..... saw some online.... so exp man.... harley original.....

 

sure.... will let u koe if I getting something..... havent really decide yet....when u ordering again?????

NEVER ride faster than your guardian angel can FLY!!!

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hi all brudders......new rider on the harley......and wondering if the lao jiaos her can give some advice.....

 

1. do u guys carry bike tools around.... the bike din have any so I was thinkin of getting some common size wrench, sockets etc..... can someone advice wat are the sizes???

 

2. where do u guys find a lock fuel cap...... i'm on a 2000 roadking FLHR......

 

any guy here have accessories pls PM me....... kena bitten by the accessories bug

 

 

paisay for the many questions.............thanks in advance

 

i'm in the process of ordering my grips actually. let me know if you are interested.

 

hey guys, i'm new to harley too

well since my bike is currently at twins performance,

i chance upon the mentioned grips you guys were talking about..

seems like a huge shipment for accessories just came in..

saw loads of carton boxes of vance & hince exhaust systems,

grips, foot pegs, lights, handlebars...etc..

 

do check out with them.

imho i'm actually very pleased with their service.

it's a nice place to just hang out and chill.

 

was also informed that there will be a gathering on x-max eve for BBQ and drinks..

anyone keen?

It's not about the power or speed or how fast your ride goes but the time & effort spent to achieve something different :cool:

 

My Toys:

Harley XR1200

CB400-V-tec III (served me well )

Streetfighter S ( never felt better! )

 

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Hi Kioz,

 

i actually got my bike from twins performance. lol. eric arranged the meetup for me and the previous owner of the roadking.

 

does eric bring in harley accessories for sale? or they were pre-ordered by customers?

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@adriel

 

welcome to the hd family

 

1. make sure the tools you get is in inches series..allen keys and spanners..useful sizes 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2,

 

2. fuel lock cap not very good if you read US based forum, the lock always jam etc etc, especially the OEM series, not necessary to get one imho, i m still on the unlockable fuel cap

 

Thanks bro for the advise. Sorry i took so long to reply. This thread move damn fast... Din see until today. Think i got the bike for 1 week and probably rode less than 100 km. So busy.....

 

Will catch up on the reads and learn as much.... So many accessiries to get... Think have to go sell some crap to sponsor my new toy....

 

Anyone got accessories for 2000 rdking FLHR ... Pm me ya.....

 

Cheers

I . L . T . N . N

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hey guys, i'm new to harley too

well since my bike is currently at twins performance,

i chance upon the mentioned grips you guys were talking about..

seems like a huge shipment for accessories just came in..

saw loads of carton boxes of vance & hince exhaust systems,

grips, foot pegs, lights, handlebars...etc..

 

do check out with them.

imho i'm actually very pleased with their service.

it's a nice place to just hang out and chill.

 

was also informed that there will be a gathering on x-max eve for BBQ and drinks..

anyone keen?

 

Time to pay them a visit... Read the ladt few pages and everyone had good things to say abt them.....

I . L . T . N . N

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Hi Kioz,

 

i actually got my bike from twins performance. lol. eric arranged the meetup for me and the previous owner of the roadking.

 

does eric bring in harley accessories for sale? or they were pre-ordered by customers?

 

well just drop by today to check out on my bike,

was shocked to see 12 bikes in the workshop..

some of them are even doing a full make over.. O.O

seems like they are being the people's choice now i guess..

even a road king which just got into an accident went over..

 

well yes they do sell accessories & also make pre orders

the shop really looks professional now.. if you been to motoworld basement,

you see tons of stuffs..yea that kinda concept..

& they even have a proper catalog for you to choose for pre orders..

etc, drag performance, custom chrome...and so on..

 

p.s. i spent almost 30 mins just viewing the catalog

and im so confused as there is a hell lot of selections..

 

hmmm anyone going to make an official gathering or something?

riding alone really is boring..

It's not about the power or speed or how fast your ride goes but the time & effort spent to achieve something different :cool:

 

My Toys:

Harley XR1200

CB400-V-tec III (served me well )

Streetfighter S ( never felt better! )

 

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Thanks bro for the advise. Sorry i took so long to reply. This thread move damn fast... Din see until today. Think i got the bike for 1 week and probably rode less than 100 km. So busy.....

 

Will catch up on the reads and learn as much.... So many accessiries to get... Think have to go sell some crap to sponsor my new toy....

 

Anyone got accessories for 2000 rdking FLHR ... Pm me ya.....

 

Cheers

 

no problem bro, well you are doing better than me at 100 km per week, i think i am doing about 30 km per week, now is less with the freaky weathers sg is getting

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Letting go the following:

 

Bike Make - XR1200 / XR1200X

 

Model - TITANIUM Termigoni Slip Ons

Price - a mere $500.

 

Details:

- the Termi stickers had been removed as i would not want to attract unwanted attention

leaving the strong impression that it looks stock as if the bike comes with it.

( of cos you can always purchase the stickers back if you want from the distributor in sg )

- A brand new one cost at least $1.4k or 1.6k?++ ( forgot the price )

- It comes with removable buffers

- Definitely Lighter than the current stock ones.

- Definitely a head turner for the sound

- Insert the buffers / slincer or what ever u guys call it to make it slightly softer..

though it's still loud...lol.

 

Regards,

Fred 9272-9088

It's not about the power or speed or how fast your ride goes but the time & effort spent to achieve something different :cool:

 

My Toys:

Harley XR1200

CB400-V-tec III (served me well )

Streetfighter S ( never felt better! )

 

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thanks for the update bro!!!

 

well just drop by today to check out on my bike,

was shocked to see 12 bikes in the workshop..

some of them are even doing a full make over.. O.O

seems like they are being the people's choice now i guess..

even a road king which just got into an accident went over..

 

well yes they do sell accessories & also make pre orders

the shop really looks professional now.. if you been to motoworld basement,

you see tons of stuffs..yea that kinda concept..

& they even have a proper catalog for you to choose for pre orders..

etc, drag performance, custom chrome...and so on..

 

p.s. i spent almost 30 mins just viewing the catalog

and im so confused as there is a hell lot of selections..

 

hmmm anyone going to make an official gathering or something?

riding alone really is boring..

NEVER ride faster than your guardian angel can FLY!!!

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