Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Southington, Conn.
On the other hand, the 31 tooth pulley is a final drive gearing change and is beneficial in a completely different way. If you feel the bike's gearing is too tall (need to downshift all the way to 1st at intersections and 6th gear is useless below 70 mph) then the pulley will be something you'll really like.
It's only money... you get paid again next week, so it's not like you won't get any more money.
Here's a suggestion... walk into your bank and tell them you want a 'no interest for 18 months' credit card. Get what you want for the bike and as long as you pay it off in 18 months you get to use their money FOR FREE, leave your money where it is, and boost your credit score in the process. Even if you get it all,Maximus w/tune, pulley, and LSC cams too ($3K)... It would only cost you $167/month to pay it off in 18 months.
Life is far TOO LONG to suffer though it telling yourself "No"... when your heart says "Yes!". Spend a couple of years waiting... or spend a couple of years ENJOYING.[/QUOTE]
Your right about the loan. 12 years ago or more I used the no interest credit cards to pay my mortgage down, when the term ended I would just apply for another card. Back then there was no transfer fees either. I actually had one card I already had offer 0 interest for the life of the loan, Put 10 grand on it. That and throwing xtra money against it paid the mortgage off pretty quick.
I was on the fence about getting a fuel controller for my bike. Was looking at getting a used Lloydz gen 3 for 150 on Ebay when I saw a new Dobeck Afr tuner $75 more, jumped on it.
Ness fly bars
S&S air intake
Dobeck fuel controller
Victory performance exhaust
customized air box / K+N filter
LLoydz fuel controller
custom oil lines
custom led lighting
custom led third brake lights
Sold ..( my baby, still have some sellers remorse)
wiseco fuel controller