Re:2009 Road Star "jerking" bewteen 80-110km/h 11 Months, 1 Week ago
You're not the first (and, probably not the last) to lose really good riding time messing with the fuel processors. Most everybody that has had them had issues and have removed them and gotten back to riding. Some with the proper knowledge/background to tune the bikes properly with them are doing fine. But, for the rest of us, it's more of a headache than it's worth.
Bite the bullet and pay to have it all removed and put back to stock. Bike will run strong. I'm 4 years into it and no issues running without one after exhaust and intake mods.
It'll cost you more to keep it in the long run.
Last Edit: 2012/06/16 19:50 By TampaSVT.
2008 Road Star
Tricky Air Ride(remote controlled)
6-degree Raked Front-end
Ape Hangers Internal Wiring
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