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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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Tossing the idea around of adding air ride to my 2015 FLTRXS. Any info regarding personal experience will be really helpful. Pros, cons, etc.
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Are you thinking on putting Harley stock air ride on your scoot or aftermarket? The stock units are sometimes chucked in favor of aftermarket. The stock Harley air ride can sometimes leak off and be a pain.

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Check out JNR or Dirty Air. Both are good options and both are an upgrade from stock.


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I put a set of JRI's on the rear which were nicely discounted from J&P so I jumped on them. You set the sag on them just like on a dirtbike. Very nice ride.

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I got rid of stock air on my '14 ultra. Put Legend Revo A's on the back and LOVE them. Easy to adjust, never worry about pressure again, and honestly, once I dialed in the sag, and then rebound I can ride solo or 2 up and not change anything (though it's easy to do so) Recommend 'em. they are expensive tho.....

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I run stock Air.... no problems other than have to add a few pounds every three/four weeks due to bleed off.... usually no more than three to five pounds...
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I run stock Air.... No problems other than have to add a few pounds every three/four weeks due to bleed off.... usually no more than three to five pounds...



I found this to be Normal regardless or Make or Model .. Have owned Many ..
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