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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-17-2019, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Fellows

My original post won't let me update anything anymore so starting another

Due to a lack of demand lately Ive started to just build these on-demand

My supplier has stocked back up on parts and I'm about to buy all he has so if anyone needs a drive let me know

best way to get ahold of me is email

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$400 plus shipping
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Which driveshaft is being used for the mod? Ill have the funds to get one in a month.
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nOOb here.
What is the benefit from this mod ?
Will it benefit a 2006 boulevard 800 ?

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nOOb here.
What is the benefit from this mod ?
Will it benefit a 2006 boulevard 800 ?
It makes the bike a little more highway friendly and you can stay in first gear a little longer.
One of the best mods I have done to the bike other than having my seat modded.
It changes the character of it, feels like a bigger bike but of course it’s still an 800.
Some say you lose power on the low end and you have to feather the clutch more but I haven’t noticed any loss of power and I only have to feather the clutch a slight bit more.
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Kinda like adding an extra gear ?
Changed my sprockets on this bobber and got that effect.


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Not like an extra gear per se. What it does is reduce the engine rotation in a given gear and allows you to stay in it longer. It does Rob you of some power, which was very noticeable riding I40 through the blue ridge mountains. I had to keep the bike in 4th gear to make some of the longer climbs. It makes the bike more liveable for day to day riding.

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Just wanted to pimp Corey here. Ordered a drive from him and got it quickly, had excellent service throughout, and communicated with me throughout the entire experience. I am very appreciative of all of the help and the drive is working great. First run with it was amazing, the difference is huge. Cannot recommend enough.

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Just wanted to pimp Corey here. Ordered a drive from him and got it quickly, had excellent service throughout, and communicated with me throughout the entire experience. I am very appreciative of all of the help and the drive is working great. First run with it was amazing, the difference is huge. Cannot recommend enough.

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I will verify this is the best mod you can do to this bike.
It's easy to do, and there's a two foot deep stack of how to threads on this mod.
You'd have to try really hard to mess it up.

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