VIDEO TUTORIAL-How to Install a Harley Stage-One Air Intake on a Harley Davidson
This is a very thorough tutorial video on how to properly install a Harley stage-one air intake on your Harley Davidson motorcycle. This will **save you money** by not having to take your Harley to a mechanic. You can do this yourself right on the kickstand in your garage or on your patio! This is a video by bikers for bikers.
One of the first things you can to to your Harley Davidson after buying it is to install a stage-one air intake. It is one of the cheaper yet effective things you can do to improve performance and horsepower. The stock air intakes tend to not allow enough air flow, which manufacturers of production motorcycles must do to stay within federal emissions regulations to sell these bikes.
After you make alterations to a motorcycle air intake system by opening is up and letting it breath better, you will need to re-map your electronic fuel injection (EFI) for the motor to run properly. You can really tune your EFI with aftermarket tuners. This is a great way to gain power and performance and you will definitely notice. We have tutorial videos and everything you need to know about EFI tuners and tuning your motorcycle.
**Easy to understand Podcast Episode & article on Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) Tuners.
Exhaust would be the next logical item to improve upon, but can be rather expensive. Stock Harley Davidson and other motorcycle pipes have catalytic converters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalytic_converter) in them, again because of federal manufacturing emission laws. These "cats" as we call them really don't let things flow and rob you of power and performance. Many aftermarket performance head pipes come free and clear of cats and that will make a huge difference in performance and sound. Additionally, the cats cause a lot of extra heat where gases are caught up and restricted, thus putting the heat onto the rider. Your pipes in the area of the cats can get red hot, but they are usually covered by heat shields, so you don't really see this.
The stock mufflers also have very restrictive baffles in them that also hinder flow. Many after market pipes have smaller baffles, but remember that smaller baffles means a louder motorcycle.
**Install Aftermarket Exhaust on Your Harley Davidson
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