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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-24-2007, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Re-Installed the Cruzers

Today was a beautiful day so I thought I would start to get the bike ready for the new season. I decided to re-install the V/H Cruzers. Took me about 2 hrs to remove the old and install the cruzers. Cleaned the bike from top to bottom. Changed the oil and filter (Amsoil). Now im just waiting for the new MF battery. The old wet cell destroyed the chrome on the cruzers (closest to the tire) dripping battery acid sprayed on the chrome etching the hell out of the chrome. Thank goodness you cant see it at a glance. I still cant get the bike out of the shed yet, too much snow on the ground. Soon though,, very soon.
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I had the same problem last year with the dripping battery. I installed a Yuasa MF battery now. Wish I had done it earlier!

I was wandering if you are going to rejet the carbs, now you have installed the V/H Cruzers?

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Most don't rejet carbs unless the ear shave is done. Shouldn't have to with the cruzers.

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There is no need to re-jet. You do have to do the marble trick and turn out the Air/fuel mixture screws to around 3 turns. Other than that. Thats it. Oh yea.. make sure you have no air leaks around the exhaust gaskets.
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