Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles
Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through
the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S
510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam
chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of
stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove
your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter.
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F150 Squeaky Ball Joint Replacement
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2010 Harley Davidson F150
The ALL new 2010 Ford F150 Harley Davidson with 2nd Gen Navigation System,
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Magnaflow Exhuast Installation - 2006 Ford F150 - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation
instructions and specs for complete information.
Today we are going to install part number 16612 from Magnaflow performance
Exhaust. This is a catalytic converter
on back of the Exhaust system
placement for the stock Exhaust. Our
first step is to go ahead and look over into the original Exhaust system. Make sure you can get the bolts
loosened to make the connections up front. Then you will want to get
yourself an idea on how to take off the Exhaust. What you want to do is see how the rods
go into the hangers here. It looks like the all point ends on all of them
are towards the front. So we want to take them off and shove them towards
the axle. And since the rest of this pipe is going out back, it might be a
good idea to cut this in half. So you can take this pipe off first and push
it backwards. Then have room to pull the Exhaust muffler here backwards off the extension
pipe coming off of the catalytic converter. That way we can take pieces off
a lot easier then with just wrestling with one hole piece. It is a good
idea to go ahead and spray down anything rusted so that we can get it apart
a little easier.
We will let it set there for a few minutes and then we will go ahead and
break it loose. All you have to do is basically loosen this clamp up and
then take a screw driver or something and kind of pull it apart a little
bit to give it some extra wiggle room to pull out the old Exhaust. Next we are going to go ahead and make
the cut right here so we can separate the 2 halves. Next we can go ahead
and remove this tail pipe here. It would be a good idea to spray down the
hanger here to help ease pulling it out. We will do the same thing for the
muffler here. Spray down the hangers. And then, we will have to wrestle it
off, going towards the axle. You might have to use some prying against the
frame or a body component to get some pressure going that way because it is
a tight fit. Next what we will do is go ahead and unbolt the rubber
isolators from the frame to give us a little more wiggle room to get the Exhaust off. Next we can go ahead and
install the original hangers back into place. Alright, now we can start
installing the new Exhaust.
You start on the original pipe and run the first section into the Exhaust hanger and just leave it loose for now
and we will piece everything together. We will slide on the next portion
and again we are leaving everything loose. We are just piecing it together
for now. Sometimes you run yourself into a situation where it might be
easier to take off the hanger off the vehicle, put it on the Exhaust, and then reattach it by that by re
bolting it to the frame. Now go ahead and install the fourth piece. Once
you have all the pieces in place, now you want to take some time out to
move them around to make sure we are going in as much of a straight line as
possible and away from moving parts or anything you do not want to get hot.
Basically you want to keep minimum of a 1 inch distance from anything
Once you settle on the orientation of all the parts you want, go ahead and
clamp everything down. We will start working on our clamps going from the
the forward to the back of the vehicle. Once you get everything tightened
down you might want to take a second look to make sure nothing has moved on
you while you were tightening it down. Again make sure everything has
stayed as far away as possible from moving objects and keep it as far as
possible from the spare tire. Next thing to do is go ahead and start the
engine and enjoy the new noise. There you have it for the install of part
number 16612 from Maganaflow performance Exhaust.
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