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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-25-2009, 11:36 AM Thread Starter
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np and hope u get it running right i can tell a big diff in performance after

2002 vn750,7800 mile,homemade drag pipes,harley heratige seat,honda sissybar,led rear turn signals,
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What is the marble mob I keep reading about ?
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What is the marble mob I keep reading about ?
This thread is over 10 years old and hasn't been posted in for nearly as long. Use the search feature to look up marbling/coasterizing/earshaving for more info. It's a modification to the bike's intake system, not for the faint of heart but worth it if you're mechanically inclined.

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What is the marble mob I keep reading about ?
This thread is over 10 years old and hasn't been posted in for nearly as long. Use the search feature to look up marbling/coasterizing/earshaving for more info. It's a modification to the bike's intake system, not for the faint of heart but worth it if you're mechanically inclined.

Thought the marbling is just putting marbles in the reed valve tubes to stop popping on deceleration? Coastering is the same but uses what they call a coaster to seal the port right on the cylinder instead. Earshave is changing out the stock air intake with cone filters. There’s more tech details than that but that’s the high level so at least you know what or why you’re looking it up
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