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- Bikes: 1949EL 2017FLHTCU
- Location: Ocala/Marion County Florida
Good stuff! As an old-timer I can appreciate it. I'm running stock rocker clutch on my '49 pan. When I was a kid my Dad ran a Speed E Shift on his knucklehead and I understood from him and my uncle, that it was the hot setup back in the day. But it took a bit of adjusting and setting up to work correctly.
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The videos this guy makes are great. I have almost no idea what i am doing when I do things to my bike, his videos are very well made and easy to follow. I wish he would go into detail on a couple small things here and there but overall some of the best videos I have found. I subscribed to his channel hopefully he makes many more.
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Pacific Mike failed to mention the very first thing one must do when adjusting a mouse trap/the entire clutch package is to adjust the ten clutch pressure springs to spec. It does no good to do the mouse trap if your clutch is too loose and slips under power.