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Derestricted the exhaust for a little more growl. Replaced starter and starter clutch, installed a 2003 rebel stator, magneto, and flywheel. GM Ignition coil mod for reliability and performance. New front and rear brakes. Replaced front and rear wheel plates. Forks have been serviced. New oil, plugs, and oil pump screen has been cleaned. New brake cable. 2000 honda rebel throttle cables. Modified starter and kill switch. New left handlebar control. New dual headlights. Original seat, and tail lamp assembly. New license plate frame. Custom side covers. Carburetor was put through an ultrasonic cleaner for roughly 3 hours and Chem dipped for 72 hours. New carb float and pin. New carb jets and gaskets. New accelerator pump. New mirrors. New clutch cable and lever. Painted bike frame, engine, and fuel tank. New gas cap and steering lock with keys. Front fork bag. Saddle bag. Replaced the wire harness with Oem wire harness. New Battery (yuasa). New starter solenoid and flasher relay. Replaced fuse holders and fuses. New pod filter air intake. Fuel tank was flushed 3 times. Twice with vinegar and once with evaporust rust remover. After flushed it was rinsed with rubbing alcohol then coated with marvel mystery oil. After that I rinsed it with fuel additive with water removal properties, then rinsed with 87 octane twice and have (as of this moment) ran 3 full tanks with 87 octane just to clear anything out. Custom fuel sight gauge. New digital speedometer/ tachometer(waiting for replacement) .
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