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    CV needles

    I can't seem to find anything written on the CV needles as to which needle came in a certain machine or year.I have a 95 FX springer that I have a carb for that I would like to bring to stock.I also wonder how the needles from the larger Twin Cams compare to the Evo and Sportster 65 needle.Thanks,Ron

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    1995 Springer with Keihin carb came with 165 main, 42 slow

    27171-89 slow jet (42)
    27116-88 main jet (165)
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    Thanks Dawg,I have that info I just need to know which needle it should have.Ron

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    On my FXR EVO I did fine on my CV Carb with #45 and #180 this was Full Stage 1 though .. K&N High Flow Air Filter and Thunderheader 2:1 Exhaust .. Thinking Bone Stock was more like #42 and #170 Needles can be bought in a Kit at a pretty reasonable price that will cover all the bases for what you need ..
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