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techtalk:evo:engmech09 [2020/01/26 01:39]
ixl2relax ↷ Page name changed from techtalk:evo:susp05 to techtalk:evo:engmech09
techtalk:evo:engmech09 [2020/08/20 20:01] (current)
ixl2relax [Replacement Rubber Options]
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-  * OEM mounts: \\ If you don't want more vibration, use the H-D mounts, but plan on replacing much more often. ((Nytstr http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526368&​highlight=motor+mounts&​page=8)) \\ They seem to be soft and to not last. There may be a lot of sportsters with softened or sagging mounts that need replacement. ((04xl1200c http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526368&​highlight=motor+mounts&​page=7))+  * OEM mounts:\\ If you don't want more vibration, use the H-D mounts, but plan on replacing much more often. ((Nytstr http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526368&​highlight=motor+mounts&​page=8))\\ They seem to be soft and to not last. There may be a lot of sportsters with softened or sagging mounts that need replacement. ((04xl1200c http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526368&​highlight=motor+mounts&​page=7)) 
 +      * Front Motor Mount Isolator (2 each required): H-D 48463-04A 
 +      * Rear Motor Mount Isolator (2 each required): H-D 48492-04A
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-  * Drag Specialty ​mounts: ​\\ The part numbers are 14-0553 and 14-0554 for front and rear. Order 2 of each as they are single packaged. ​\\ The DS mounts seem to be slightly stiffer than the HD mounts. \\ Some extra vibes have been reported using the poly mounts under 2K. ((Rico 05R http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526368&​highlight=motor+mounts&​page=12)) \\ Handling is also reportedly improved over the OEM mounts.+  * Drag Specialties ​mounts:\\ The DS mounts seem to be slightly stiffer than the HD mounts.\\ Some extra vibes have been reported using the poly mounts under 2K. ((Rico 05R http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526368&​highlight=motor+mounts&​page=12))\\ Handling is also reportedly improved over the OEM mounts. 
 +      * Front Motor Mount Isolator (2 each required): Dennis Kirk 140553 (Drag Specialties 0933-0054) 
 +      * Front Motor Mount Isolator Kit - includes 2 isolators & new hardware: Dennis Kirk  1400195 (Drag Specialties 0933-0117) 
 +      * Rear Motor Mount Isolator (2 each required): Dennis Kirk 140554 (Drag Specialties 0933-0055) 
 +      * Rear Motor Mount Isolator Kit - includes 2 isolators & new hardware: Dennis Kirk  1400196 (Drag Specialties 0933-0118)((Thanks to npaisnel of the XLForum for p/n above))
  
   * Vance & Hines mounts: \\ Sold and made by Vance & Hines. \\ They will require you to sign a release where you agree they are for racing only, and V&H isn't liable if bad things happen. \\ From XLForum member, Nytstr: ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=27701&​page=30)) \\ The bike corners like it's on rails, and the wallowing, suspension taking a '​set'​ is totally gone. It's like a new bike entirely. \\ There is increased vibration, as one would expect. But so far it is not real bad, just a buzz in the seat mainly, and certainly livable for me. \\    * Vance & Hines mounts: \\ Sold and made by Vance & Hines. \\ They will require you to sign a release where you agree they are for racing only, and V&H isn't liable if bad things happen. \\ From XLForum member, Nytstr: ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=27701&​page=30)) \\ The bike corners like it's on rails, and the wallowing, suspension taking a '​set'​ is totally gone. It's like a new bike entirely. \\ There is increased vibration, as one would expect. But so far it is not real bad, just a buzz in the seat mainly, and certainly livable for me. \\