I'm no HD tech! SWAG;
My first guess was under or over filled primary however, you stated that you put one quart in. (Sounds about right) So long as the lip of the clutch is wet.
Have you recently adjusted the primary chain? I noticed that the 2001 has manual adjustment. I would pop that inspection cover to check the chain adjustment and the chain tensioner and the pad. Although it does not sound like chain slap, it could be too tight.
How did the magnet look on the drain plug, did the amount of metal stuck on the plug seem abnormal, when you drained it?
take it for a short ride and listen for the (box of rocks) sound of compensater going south. changing fluid shouldn't have sarted new sound. how many miles on bike? i just listened to vidio. when you throttle it up noise goes away sounds chain related. check chain tension if its too loose adj. if not i'd pop the cover off and investigate.
Does the sound change when the clutch handle is pulled in ?
I would take the inspection cover off for a look see.
If you can turn the comp sprocket with a pry bar without the rotor turning the comp nut is loose. Sprocket and rotor should rotate together.
unsure what this is. Just bought this 2014 ultra with 13,000 miles. Too much slack in something when decelerating or riding at a low rpm (almost lugging). This is my third ultra through the years, no this isn't normal. What in the world? Bike is like new, no issues at all at cruising...
Not sure where to post this but I figured it’s related to transmission.
I’ve seen tow hitches attached to the back of SUV’s that accommodates the front wheel and the bike rear wheel trails behind like a trailer.
Does anyone have any experience with hauling a bike like this and what distance...
I have a small problem with my broken oil drain pan in my 2004 dyna low rider.
My pan is 26087-99 with 62826-02 baffle.
This pan is very rare and difficult to find.
I can buy pan from newer dyna model 26071-02. This pan has the same baffle and looks just like older version.
Hi guys. I have been riding Harleys since 1980 and since `1998 have been riding a '96 Road King. I just purchased a 1987 883 XLH for a hot rod project. One of the frustrations is that I have to remove the complete primary cover to replace a clutch cable. There is a 2" diameter plug that will...