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 ====== Carb tuning by Lee C. Bussy - 2006  ====== ====== Carb tuning by Lee C. Bussy - 2006  ======
  
-Reprint by sportsterdoc of the XLFORUM® ((http://​xlforum.net/vbportal/​forums/​showthread.php?​threadid=1485086))+Reprint by sportsterdoc of the XLFORUM® ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​threadid=1485086))
  
   * This was in the technical section of Sportster.org,​ along with info from Maurice Riggins. Lee bought his first Sportster the same year as I and we had many exchanges on Sportster.org. Although I do not share the level of his reliance on dyno tuning for street use, Lee was meticulous in his research and application. "​Art"​ and "​Dale"​ are Land Speed Record holders for a normally aspirated Sportster. "Some folks using a 48" is me. That was done before sufficient knowledge was gained on needles, but worked well on a California bike, up to about 5,​000'​. By the time I got my second Sportster, I used a 45 with an N65C needle. At that time, Lee was not aware of the differences in California bikes.   * This was in the technical section of Sportster.org,​ along with info from Maurice Riggins. Lee bought his first Sportster the same year as I and we had many exchanges on Sportster.org. Although I do not share the level of his reliance on dyno tuning for street use, Lee was meticulous in his research and application. "​Art"​ and "​Dale"​ are Land Speed Record holders for a normally aspirated Sportster. "Some folks using a 48" is me. That was done before sufficient knowledge was gained on needles, but worked well on a California bike, up to about 5,​000'​. By the time I got my second Sportster, I used a 45 with an N65C needle. At that time, Lee was not aware of the differences in California bikes.