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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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that price is ok but face competing fm the fleet of used bikes that are sold through harley Davidson. for direct sales through forum, need to be lower. the best deal would be through frens or frens of frens since they would know how well u have taken care of it.

U got a point. The truth about his pricing hurts. But it's his bike. So we leave it to whatever price he wanna sell

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Feeling of riding a fatboy? Hahaha...definitely not worth the time & trouble for harley riders here to provide review like this to someone who rides a pathetic $1,400 14yo Phantom and praying for $12,000 coe to apply to all who wish to have a motorcycle & also engage in a discussion if coe is going down.

 

Maybe I made a mistake, that person could be driving the Phantom RR that could buy many harleys. But if indeed in this league, one will not even bother begging for a review. Haha..

 

Ok my review...it will ride like Honda Phantom with the right kind of rider. And oh, value increases together with machine age so do take note.

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Feeling of riding a fatboy? Hahaha...definitely not worth the time & trouble for harley riders here to provide review like this to someone who rides a pathetic $1,400 14yo Phantom and praying for $12,000 coe to apply to all who wish to have a motorcycle & also engage in a discussion if coe is going down.

 

Maybe I made a mistake, that person could be driving the Phantom RR that could buy many harleys. But if indeed in this league, one will not even bother begging for a review. Haha..

 

Ok my review...it will ride like Honda Phantom with the right kind of rider. And oh, value increases together with machine age so do take note.

 

time of the mth sis?

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Just to add on from my experience from my sportster/steed last time :

1. Z-bars not allowed cos of sharp bends on the bar (but last time can)

2. Only welded in silencers allowed (as in Stock). I initially sent the exhaust with bolted silencers and failed cos not allowed anymore (but in 2014 can) wtf

3. From last time ape hangers above shoulder level not allowed so just adjust the bars closer to the rider to make it seem lower. Bring along allen keys to adjust aft inspection to save face while riding. Hahaha

 

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Just like any other big cruiser. I won't recommend squeezing through traffic unless conditions are ideal.

 

Also pretty much dependent on how wide your bars are and worse off if with batwing. And I think those with forward controls will have more difficulties as opposed to mid. But it's all about knowing your bike and getting used to how it handles. Once you are confident enough u can try out during off peak hours then slowly move to busier timings.

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Hi everyone, can anyone riding 883 advise where is the neutral switch on the bike? My neutral light is not working and the bulb and electric circuit was check and found working fine. Just couldn't get the switch sensor. Please advise. Thank you.

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check out this forum: http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/showthread.php?t=497716

 

Post #2. The switch is right in front of the final drive sprocket. Means if you want to change it most probably the sprocket gotta come out.

 

Maybe just try taking out the connector and blasting it with contact cleaner. That works for me on my older bikes that I used to have.

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After riding a Dyna and now a Touring, what are your thoughts?

 

Dyna and Touring are two different animals.

 

my choice remains a Dyna which is nimbler and looks like how a real Classic HD should look.

no offence plse, i am just old schooll when it comes to looks

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