Category Archives: Wrenching

So… you want to do your own wrenching? If you do, start by purchasing the official factory manual for your bike. If there is a separate parts manual, buy that too. Then read the posts in this category; may they will prepare you for the journey ahead. The posts here describe many of the changes I’ve made, un-made, revised, and re-made on the Cruiser and the Vector. Note that this category covers both maintenance and performance modifications.

Musings on Engine Technology and the Future

Back in the mid-nineties, I began to outgrow the performance capabilities of my 1992 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail (the Cruiser). (Sport bike riders: shut the hell up; I know Evolution Harleys weren’t high-performance to begin with.) In addition to several suspension and drivetrain upgrades, I spent a fair amount of time and money to pry more power out of the venerable Evolution power plant. Continue reading Musings on Engine Technology and the Future

Posted from Dearborn, Michigan, United States.