Buell Motorcycle Air Cleaner Installation - S&S Stealth
Here is how to install an S&S Stealth air cleaner on a Tube-Frame Buell
Motorcycle. The S&S Stealth aftermarket air cleaner kit includes everything
you need to replace the stock air cleaner on a tube frame Buell Motorcycle.
It has head breather vent channels in it, which means you don't have to
buy a separate breather kit. In order to clear the frame rails on my tube
frame Buell motorcycle, I added 2 washers on the breather bolts and used 2
gaskets between the carb and the S&S Stealth air cleaner backplate. It
looks great and works really well. You can buy a fancy cover for it, or
use a stock round air cleaner cover from a Harley-Davidson Big Twin
motorcycle. The S&S part number is 170-0093 and it is the one for 1991 and
up Harley Davidson Sportsters.
Harley Davidson Tips - Mounting, Dismounting & Passengers
Harley Davidson Tips - Nothing says more fun than two guys on a Harley! Bob
and Mark might not ride like this everyday but they wanted to give us some
pointers on how to do it right. We shot this video because I asked them
what was the number one paint or chrome issue that they see come in the
shop. Take a look.
How To Adjust An Evolution Harley Davidson Sportster or Buell Motorcycle Primary Chain & Change Oil
Here's how to adjust an Evolution Harley Davidson Sportster motorcycle
primary chain. http://www.hoohoohoblin.com is where you can see more about
my Sportster-Engine bikes. Adjusting the primary chain tension and
changing the fluid is really easy to do, and you can see everything
involved in this video. If you have a 2002 or older tube-framed Buell
motorcycle with the Harley Davidson Evolution Sportster Engine, this will
work for you as well. Just open the inspection hole, measure the gap,
crank the engine over 5 or 10 times and measure to see if there is less
than 1/2 inch of play at the tightest point with the engine cold. It's
really easy to do, and these chains don't stretch much, so most of the time
you won't need to adjust it. To change the oil, drain it, and then dump in
a quart. I show you how to check the Evolution Sportster primary fluid in
this video, but if you're changing the oil you don't need to check it.
Just put in a fresh quart of Harley-Davidson Sportster primary oil after
you drain it. I hope this helps you learn to do this yourself. It's
simple, and you'll save a lot of money on service.
Buell Motorcycle Factory Tour
Motorcycle.com recently got the opportunity to tour the company's three
facilities on Buell Drive with none other than Erik Buell himself.
Read the full story at
Just 170 employees are responsible for the entire operation, and Mr. Buell
joked during the tour, Ducati has more people in their race department than
I have in my whole company!
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2003 Buell XB9S Lightning - Overview
A rare find and a motorcycle phenomena. The Buell XB9S Introduced in 2003
has become and iconic blend of Italian design and American Industrial know
how all rolled into one unique two wheeled piece of machinery.
The bike is seen by some as an oddity, by others it is an incredible
achievement by The man Erik Buell whose love for motorcycles and
motorcycle racing has seemed its way into the annals of motorcycle history
as form and function are married to perhaps become a legend in their own
Though the Buell Motorcycle company has faded away Erik Buell's latest
creation the 1190 RS is becoming the talk of all the MOTOGP fans and
Buell XB9R vs. Triumph Daytona T595
Beanbag on his Buell XB9R Firebolt, being chased (not in a race), by
Turkish on his Triumph Daytona T595. The sound on the Buell is
amazing......TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS!!! hehe!
OK....side note for some people as they don't get the "NOT A RACE"
My mate wasn't exactly racing me. It was just him following me. No race.
Read that? No race. :)
Wow! I still can't believe how many emails I'm getting for this! The main
questions are with regards to what upgrades I'd made to the bike.
They are as follows:
- Buell XB9R Firebolt
- Full XB Race kit (stage 2) including:
- XB Race Aluminium Exhaust (twin
- XB Race ECU (Extra BHP and torque)
- Carbon fibre air-cone
- K&N free-flow air filter
That's all. Thanks for the continued comments!