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  1. RedDevil
    08-06-2014 11:52 PM - permalink
    RedDevil
    Hey AZ Warrior,

    I have a 2002 Warrior, and I just purchased the Dyna Coils (DC2-1). Outside of new plug wires, do you know if I'd need to purchase any else...like the Dyna 3000 Digital Performance Ignition?

    Have you ever heard of anyone purchase the Granatelli spark plug wires?

    Thanks for whatever help you can write to me.

    Cary
  2. Pep
    08-05-2014 08:41 AM - permalink
    Pep
    Hey Mike. Do you know how to reach the guy who was doing the LOONEY BONES? I want to lower my Raider only about 1" and don't want to use the adjustable links.
    Let me know.
    Thanks,
    Duke
  3. TheMightyQuinn
    07-25-2014 09:41 AM - permalink
    TheMightyQuinn
    Thank you. It sounds great to me, like a hot rod at idle not to loud but enough and going down the road sounds real good.
  4. jean-roch
    06-15-2014 09:07 AM - permalink
    jean-roch
    Hi, i remove error code but the motor still vibrate with the tune, i install pcv map for stock and more power, less vibration but still vibrate more than stock and all i have is k&n in box filter, i have less vibration with the cover on the filter under the tank, when i remove the cover, it increase vibrations. I have 14 000km and i replace my spark plugs with irridium and very more power. My old plugs was black with the center electrode coffee color and my rear plugs was all coffee color, any solution for vibrations or if its normal situation with a pcv on the warrior? Thank you, have a nice day!
  5. jean-roch
    05-26-2014 09:18 PM - permalink
    jean-roch
    Hi, in tune my power commander 5 on dyno this week-end and all was ok but after a freeway run, the motor start to vibrate lots, i remove the pcv and all was ok, i re-install the pcv and the red status light on the pcv always flash, green light always on and the bike run ok but i dont drive it, it is normal? can i drive with this red light always flashing? my tuner dont know what is the problem and before, the red light flahs 3-4 times and turn off after! thank you for your time!
  6. Ama
    05-08-2014 08:14 PM - permalink
    Ama
    Thanks brother, got a christok fender and some elite forward controls that are going on after the summer. I'm in ocean city maryland for the summer as a police officer so once i get back i'll be getting the new goodies on and i'll upload some more pictures!
  7. arizonawarrior
    04-30-2014 11:24 PM - permalink
    arizonawarrior
    **** s-bound long tome no talk with whassup?!

    The brand and part# are in my BIKE Tab info, but beware IMO its not sturdy enough to trust over time with a passenger, except a very light-weight passenger. I installed it to hold the Kuryakyn luggage for tours. On rare occasion I carry a passenger, usually a green-eyed-stripper half-dressed, and at those times I'm always nervous of the backrest and therefore I ride mellow and that's not very exciting foreplay. I like my back-rest's ability to hold a tall stack of heavy luggage. But green-eyed-strippers ain't luggage!
  8. southboundchicken
    04-30-2014 11:14 PM - permalink
    southboundchicken
    hey a.z I just picked up a mint 2006 midnight and need to get a sissy bar for when the wife rides and like the looks of yours, can you please share the maker or model number of your backrest? i'll probably mod what ever one I get to place a luggage rack on the back side and follow up with black powder coating to match my "blacked out" theme. thanks, mark
  9. umpire3
    04-05-2014 12:47 PM - permalink
    umpire3
    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for contributing to my low compression test values (http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/13-t...ification.html).

    I warmed up the bike and measured the difference in pressure when synchronizing the throttle bodies. To my surprise they are off by 14 mm. More astonishing is: I can't close that gap using the air screw on throttle body #2 (front cylinder). In fact, I can't affect it at all (close it all the way or 3 turns out from full stop).

    The access points are as described in the manual on page 3-15. I use mercury sticks.

    Does this mean I'll have to adjust the butterflies like they do on multiple carb bikes? Or, do you have another suggestion?

    Thanks,
    Robert
  10. tribalMR2
    02-24-2014 06:17 PM - permalink
    tribalMR2
    Mike,

    Thank you. The badge is definitely neat.

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