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  • EVELCYCLES Posts: 0
    EVELCYCLES
    11 Aug 2011 09:10 AM

     Hey everyone, one of my suppliers has re release the lever action starter solenoid for pre 1988 Big Twins. Remove the shaky ols solenoid and replace it with the lever action unit. Simple job and looks cool. Kind of like a jocket shift for a starter motor. Cheers Alex Evel cycles Port Melb t - 0413 777 697     - --- I'm not sure how lonh the supplier special is for but generally a couple of weeks - this post was effective 11/08/2011


  • Burnzi Posts: 2537
    West Inverloch
    Forum Legend Burnzi
    11 Aug 2011 09:52 PM

    Saw one of these on a shovel last week very cool look.

  • philthy Posts: 777
    Airlie Beach
    Performance Poster philthy
    12 Aug 2011 07:22 AM
    Any pics of one installled?
  • philthy Posts: 777
    Airlie Beach
    Performance Poster philthy
    12 Aug 2011 07:22 AM
    Any pics of one installled?
  • Burnzi Posts: 2537
    West Inverloch
    Forum Legend Burnzi
    22 Aug 2011 05:34 PM

    Hey Philthy if you give Colt a call at HD Development his mechanic has one on his bike. Dunno if he will go to the bother of sendin ya a pic. If I can think of someone down there that could photo it for ya I will do so. My solenoid has just shit itself again so I may be able to send a pic meself. Thinkin I might need one.

  • philthy Posts: 777
    Airlie Beach
    Performance Poster philthy
    22 Aug 2011 06:12 PM

    Okay, thanks mate.I'll look into it.

  • Filthy Posts: 350
    Stage 1 Poster Filthy
    22 Aug 2011 08:50 PM

     I have a lever on the other side of my shovel which negates the need for a solenoid 

    Philthy

  • Burnzi Posts: 2537
    West Inverloch
    Forum Legend Burnzi
    22 Aug 2011 10:48 PM
    Posted By Filthy on 22 Aug 2011 8:20 PM

     I have a lever on the other side of my shovel which negates the need for a solenoid 

    Philthy

    Pics Filthy??? and how does it wire up etc easy/hard to fit??
    This is the second time my Solenoid has shit itself (had the old one repaired so I wasnt countin on it lastin forever)
     

  • houli Posts: 458
    Stage 1 Poster houli
    23 Aug 2011 11:24 AM
    Posted By Burnzi on 22 Aug 2011 10:18 PM
    Posted By Filthy on 22 Aug 2011 8:20 PM

     I have a lever on the other side of my shovel which negates the need for a solenoid 

    Philthy

    Pics Filthy??? and how does it wire up etc easy/hard to fit??
    This is the second time my Solenoid has shit itself (had the old one repaired so I wasnt countin on it lastin forever)
     



     

    I think he means a kick starter Burnzi, a company called "All balls" make solenoids from US or try Alex from Evel cycles down Mornington way.

  • Burnzi Posts: 2537
    West Inverloch
    Forum Legend Burnzi
    23 Aug 2011 06:43 PM
    Posted By houli on 23 Aug 2011 10:54 AM
    Posted By Burnzi on 22 Aug 2011 10:18 PM
    Posted By Filthy on 22 Aug 2011 8:20 PM

     I have a lever on the other side of my shovel which negates the need for a solenoid 

    Philthy

    Pics Filthy??? and how does it wire up etc easy/hard to fit??
    This is the second time my Solenoid has shit itself (had the old one repaired so I wasnt countin on it lastin forever)
     



     

    I think he means a kick starter Burnzi, a company called "All balls" make solenoids from US or try Alex from Evel cycles down Mornington way.

    I was just about to tell ya Houli that "ur a dickhead we are talkin about the same thing" ........ till I went back and read it properly. Feelin a bit Penis headed myself right here at the moment. DOH

     

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