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  1. Engine, Exhaust & Cooling
    I'm working on the earshave on my bike. I'm following this procedure with one exception. I want to keep the stock reed valves, because I like the popping on decel. The separator VALVE,AIR SWITCH has one vacuum hose, two hoses that go to the cylinders, and one hose that went to the surge tank...
  2. Projects & Builds
    I was wondering if anyone new of any bolt-on intakes for an 86 VN750 that replace the stock airboxs possibly pod filter spikes, also if i did this intake mod and straight piped it what jetting should i use? any help is appreciated, thanks.
  3. Electrical
    I recorded a short video regarding the blue wire mod and 2 wire mod for those who are confused between the two, or might like a clearer picture of what wires are being talked about in order to perform these mods. Hope some of you can find it helpful
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi all, bought a vulcan 750 really enjoyed it for a week and discovered no charge stator shorted to ground. wow. is anybody still selling or using the tuxedoseven mods? any ground breaking new ideas to replace it other than engine removal? really love the bike, gotta fix it, addicted already...
  5. New Member Introductions
    New to this forum, i have owned over 70 motorcycles everything from harley to norton. I have a pretty special way of customizing. I have a certian style To my madness. I am a certified welder..although thats not my occupation I started choppin frames and slamming bikes when i was twelve. My...
  6. Classifieds
    I want to do a seat mod in the near future, currently have the original seat with extended backrest. I am looking for the vn900 seat or something similar (i dont really want a passenger backrest, at least not as one piece). So if you have anything kicking around that wont require to much more...
  7. Classifieds
    Sold my 2 VN750s a couple weeks back and so I'm cleaning out the garage. Will be posting a few things over the next week or so. I replaced the stator on my bike shortly before selling it and used the "Tuxedo method". I made a few plates by hand but was just not satisfied with my craftsmanship...
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