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Old 04-22-2004, 07:34 AM
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Fatkao

I mounted the module behind the oil tank to the right as if you were looking at the bike from the rear. You wont be able to mount it center of the oil tank due to the curve in the fender. When you shift the module to the right or left you have the clearance.

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Old 04-22-2004, 07:38 AM
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FATKAO,
Thanks for the quick response. I did not get any rubber gaskets for the spacer. I had the race removed from the tranny shaft and the primary drive plate lines up with the engine and tranny nice. The problem I ran into is the front pulley. I cannot get enough room for the primary belt to track because the front pulley is in too far. The rear pulley is lined up fine, but the front pulleyis in too far. There is not enough bite on the engine shaft for the front pulley bolt to hold it on in the position I have it for the belt to track properly. What parts and how many shims and spacers did you use for the front pulley? Did you use all the parts that came with the offset spacer kit? If so, how did you use them? Please let me know, this has me frustrated. Damn.
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:42 AM
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FATKAO,
I didn't use the rubber gaskets I thought the were for closed/sealed primarys not open ones. Can you attach a pic of your front pulley with the spacer?
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:46 AM
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Thanks for the reply, I am thinking I may have to do that. This has me puzzled, I just need that little piece of info to get it set up right.
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:49 AM
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I know that the nut that you use for the front pulley shaft only catches the threads about half-way. The shaft wont meet the end of the nut. You may have the wrong spacer, I used 3 shims on the front pulley.

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Hello Rock,

Like what Mike said, I used all the shims (I believe three) to make sure they line up right. I might be able to get away with two..

I really didn't have any problem once I lined up the inner primary cover. A picture of your install will definitely help more to uncovering what the problem is.

Mike, thanks for the answer on the main module and that's where I will put it.

I am getting my paint set back tonight and I should have some picture tomorrow. Thanks!
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Old 04-22-2004, 05:17 PM
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Nice...I have been out every day on my bike since I got the tins back this past Saturday. I Freaken Love It !!!

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Hello Mike, I posted a picture of my primary on my picture folder. Can't see the spacer for the engine pulley from this pix though. I will be finishing wiring tonight and get ready for the tins tomorrow. Take care.
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Glad I found this site.....I've been looking for kit bikes and saw some pics of the HCII and like the looks for the most part, especially with the cost associated with it.

Glad I could finally seem some good pics of a finished product. I'm really leaning towards this bike and this thread has been very helpful.
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:22 PM
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Road Pirate II,

You can't go wrong with this kit..
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thanks bro....

Where have most people purchased their kits from????
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Old 04-22-2004, 08:01 PM
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Road Pirate,

There are all sorts of vendors that sell the kit...the place I am planning to buy from is called Jim's Cycle Shop outside of Dallas...the price for the show polished engine kit is 12,699 out the door and they come highly recommended from some friends of mine.

There is some info on another HCII post, look for it, there is a good deal of insight there...
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Yup, just found a post about prices. Thanks for the help.

Sorry to take the thread off course......
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Old 04-22-2004, 08:37 PM
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Pirate...

www.jimscycleshop.com

here is the link to Jim's...they ship all over the continental US for a reasonable price. If you have any questions about the kit, they will respond to your email.

I emailed about 5 different vendors looking for information and Jim's was the only one to respond...and they have the best price for the kit...

The parts in the kit are really top notch. I have seen it built out at a local chopper shop and it looks really great...it is much larger and solid looking in person...and it feels great for a 6" 1" frame, and I can imaging that it would work for a wide range of heights. The local shop put some drag bars on it and upgraded a few items and you cannot tell that it used to be a kit bike...great starter.

I am in the process of ordering mine...and there is about 5 weeks lead time
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I was going to purchase my Hardcore II from Jim's Cycle because I liked their prices and service, but I was able to get a local dealer to match their price. This way if I need any help, I can go back to the local dealer for advice. Kit should be here in 2 - 6 weeks. Can't wait. This forum is really going to help when it comes time to puttin it together.
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