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I haven't been on his site in a while now it has a new look and if I'm not mistaken new higher prices. Am I seeing things?

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Oh yeah. Definitely higher prices. $432 for a PCV, $151 for the air filter.



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It's a new year, so prices need to go up
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Prices are going up everywhere but maybe not as much as at Lloydz. I got a PCV a few months ago from Motomummy for $259, free shipping, no sales tax. Now they have it for $269. Ten dollars more than what I paid a few months ago but still a HUGE savings compared to $432 at Lloydz. Here is the link:
https://www.motomummy.com/dynojet-po...er-v-cruisers/

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Prices are going up everywhere but maybe not as much as at Lloydz. I got a PCV a few months ago from Motomummy for $259, free shipping, no sales tax. Now they have it for $269. Ten dollars more than what I paid a few months ago but still a HUGE savings compared to $432 at Lloydz. Here is the link:
https://www.motomummy.com/dynojet-po...er-v-cruisers/

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Be very careful with motomummy....

Google them and see the reviews...not very good.
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I haven't been on his site in a while now it has a new look and if I'm not mistaken new higher prices. Am I seeing things?

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I like the new look but not the prices. Good to see Lloyd getting into Indian's; especially the Scout because I have a feeling it will translate into the new Victory whenever they decide to release it to the public. I wouldn't be surprised to find out he has had one of the new Victory's for some time now just so he could develop some performance parts for it (and the Scout).

I think the new Vic will really shake things up and give people the option of serious performance.

When I rode the Scout I was thinking about how many tickets I'd get 'cause it was just soooo much fun to wick the throttle. The muffler was really tame though so if it had some bark to it; I'd probably be content to keep it tamed down during regular riding.

Finally started working on my KP to bring her back to life and on the road. I'll do the paint job when it warms up but probably do body work sooner.
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Finally started working on my KP to bring her back to life and on the road. I'll do the paint job when it warms up but probably do body work sooner.
Did you install the exhaust yet?

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Did you install the exhaust yet?
There's no hurry on changing the exhaust out. The old one is scratched up but is still functional. Probably do that about the same time I have the tins off for painting.
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I would give them a top rating. Lowest price on the internet that I could find for the PCV. Good website. Fast shipping. Everything went well. Of course, it was a simple PCV not something overly complicated and I had no need to contact their customer service. Still, for a PCV at $269 vs. a lot more.....it might be worth a risk.

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I would give them a top rating. Lowest price on the internet that I could find for the PCV. Good website. Fast shipping. Everything went well. Of course, it was a simple PCV not something overly complicated and I had no need to contact their customer service. Still, for a PCV at $269 vs. a lot more.....it might be worth a risk.

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I only purchased a PCV from them a year ago , but would give them a top rating also . Fast and free shipping , email order confirmation , and the cheapest price on the planet . Thankfully the unit has performed flawlessly so far .
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