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So enjoying the bike, but beware. Husky does not tighten bolts. Besides the usual radiator hose clamps, fuel cocks needing tightening, Even the side mount bags, almost blew off my bike. Apparently they were not even tightened to catch the nylon Loctite on the washer inside the bag
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. It was an easy fix, but that’s because I noticed it before the entire bag blew off. Just a few upgrades: arrow mid pipe, 1 finger clutch, ergo seat (prob fav upgrade), foot pegs, double take mirrors, 20l rear bag, camel heat shield , AXP Skid plate (existing lasted one dump on a gravel downhill) , crank/chain guard, heated hand grips (coming)
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I highly recommend that you don't use those bags offroad, one fall and they shred. Also, you're gonna want to add a third mounting bar on the bag or it'll start to fall apart, there's a thread on this forum about it...
 

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Just a few upgrades: arrow mid pipe
Did you need to add some sort of fuel controller (i.e. Power Commander) after installing the mid pipe? If not, how did you confirm the bike didn't run lean after? Did you put the bike on a dyno to confirm the A/F mixture was still good? I have a mid-pipe, but I'm hesitant to install of it because of the concerns above.
 

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Did you need to add some sort of fuel controller (i.e. Power Commander) after installing the mid pipe? If not, how did you confirm the bike didn't run lean after? Did you put the bike on a dyno to confirm the A/F mixture was still good? I have a mid-pipe, but I'm hesitant to install of it because of the concerns above.
Added nothing, no power commander… seems to breath better, but also added a Oiled air filter and got rid of the paper one.. mid Pipe is great. Had a warning light at first. But retightened the two flanges with the iron washers and it went away.
 
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