Harley-Davidson feuling Adjustable Pushrods Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 22-04-2012

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1. Refer to the proper factory service manual for your model and year of engine, for removal of existing pushrods. 2. The Feuling pushrods are designed with a small adjustment parameter for rigidity creating maximum lift – These are not quick install pushrods and may require the removal of the lifter blocks and or loosing of the breathers/rocker arms supports. When loosening the rocker arm supports always remove the breather bolts first. 3. Clean and inspect each new Feuling pushrod including center oil hole 4. Feuling pushrods are marked Intake and Exhaust. The shorter pushrods are Intake and the longer pushrods Exhaust 5. Feuling recommends using new O-rings and gaskets where applicable to prevent oil leaks
6. Always pump up hydraulic lifters before installing them. Use an oil squirt can to fill the lifter with oil through the feed hole on the side of the lifter, push oil through the feed hole until the air bubbles are gone. If needed work the oil back and forth through the feed hole and pushrod seat with the squirt can. Light weight oil can be helpful. 7. Assemble and adjust one cylinder at a time, the servicing cylinder needs to be on TDC of compression stroke so the cam lobes are at their lowest point 8. Install pushrods into proper locations with the adjusting side of the pushrod down, towards the lifter. Slide the pushrods through the pushrod covers up into the rocker housing and set the pushrod on the seat of the lifter. We recommend filling the pushrods with oil then maneuver the pushrod up into the rocker arm seat. 9. Torque rocker arm housings and breathers to factory torque spec’s 10. See the instructions for your lifters for the proper adjustment. All Feuling hydraulic lifters run best at . 090″ – . 100″ of crush.

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TPM-20 SCREW ON VALVE-CAP SENSOR Installation

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 29-11-2010

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Deflate the tire and separate the tire-bead on the side of the bike that you plan to mount the Transceiver. o Squeeze the sidewall using ‘C’ clamps about 3″ (7.5cm) on each side of the tire valve. p Remove the existing tire valve and clean the hole prior to inserting the TPM-30 sensor. q Insert TPM-30 sensor so that the fill-port is on the opposite side of where the Transceiver will be. Install the sealing ‘O’ ring and then hand tighten the nut. Do not remove the black plastic bushing. r Torque the nut 4 – 6 ft-lbs (5.5 – 8.0 N meter) – just enough to prevent the Sensor from twisting in the tire valve hole. s Remove “C” clamps, lubricate the tire bead and inflate the tire. Check for any air leaks – use soapy water and look for air bubbles.

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