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Captain America 07-21-2021 05:24 PM

FLH Throttle Body
 
I need a throttle body for my 03 FLH…any leads would be greatly appreciated. Evidently these things are extinct.

Spade115 07-22-2021 06:38 AM

Ebays the only one I found, unless you want to shell out 500+ for an SS one.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/40292070084...wAAOSw8cVgx1Nl

Captain America 07-24-2021 09:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spade115 (Post 1288285)
Ebays the only one I found, unless you want to shell out 500+ for an SS one.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/40292070084...wAAOSw8cVgx1Nl

That one is actually close to me so I looked at it last week, the listing is incorrect, that's a Magnetti Marelli and I need a Delphi. Stock is 46mm, the S&S ones are made for at least 95 inches and I'm still at 88, plus I would need to use their air cleaner. It's my daily rider with SE2 cams, free flowing exhaust and a free flowing air cleaner but I have no interest in big power. Pete at Zippers(great guy) told me to call Horsepower Inc in Indianapolis and they were great too, they make a 51mm setup with a port matched intake that will accept all my stock sensors, it's $760 so I ordered it. I'm gonna get a tuner to compensate for the extra flow, I just installed a Cobra on a bike for a friend and really liked it. The unit has three adjustable dip switches that control idle/low, mid range, and wide open, it's almost as simple as changing jets on a carb. I set the switches according to the instructions and put my Daytona Twin Tec piggy back module on and went for a ride. It felt fine on the ride so I plugged the piggy back module into my laptop to view the ride data and the AFR stayed right at 14:1 throughout all the riding cycles so I was mildly impressed. I will update this after installation in case anyone else runs into this problem.

Spade115 07-26-2021 05:50 AM

Awesome Man! Glad you ordered what you needed :D

Captain America 08-15-2021 02:58 PM

Update, finally got my induction unit, it’s physically larger by enough that it’s really a tight fit but everything swapped over with ease and the air cleaner bolted right on. With the new induction unit and the tuner the bike sounds completely different runs really nice. All that stock stumbling off idle is gone, the bike definitely has a little more usable power, and is much more responsive and smooth when riding two up and cruising. Overall I recommend the Cobra tuner due to it’s simplicity and the people at Horsepower Inc were top notch.

https://cobrausa.com/motorcycle_fuel...ement/fi2000r/

https://www.horsepowerinc.net/


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