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Or maybe raise the seat. That helped the the leg angle a lot for my on my EV.
I mounted '03 EV wheels on my calvin and did a write up that you can find in the archives. The swap is straight forward at the front for all years of EV wheels. You will need to trim the "Y" shaped fender brackets/spacers that ride on the front axle and serve the dual function of attaching the fender braces and centering the front wheel. I cannot recall (age related memory degradation) the new dimension but I noted it in my report. Let me know if you can't find it and I'll pull the wheel to measure. The rear is more problematic as you need both the rear brake caliper carrier and the inner bearing spacer from the EV. The calvin spacer can be trimmed to fit the Ev rear wheel the issue being the gap between the wheel hub and the rear drive outer flange. Measure that gap and trim accordingly. I bought a EV rear spacer keeping the calvin's as spare. The EV rear caliper caliper is necessary as the calvin's will wont fit up without machining. Both front and rear axles from the calvin should fit....
Mike, did you buy that bike from Wes Stephens(looks like his)?
The chrome guards around the saddlebags rubbed against the bags on mine too. Pretty sure most do that, and don't think you can remove them. I tried bending them down a bit, but they still didn't totally clear the bags. One side was worse than the other.
BTW Mike, best thing you can do is have Todd @ GuzziTech reflash the ECU to eliminate the closed loop/O2 sensor. I found the combo of H-pipe crossover, open air box and stock pipes to work best with the reflash. I tried everything, to include a Power Commander, Mistral pipes, black magic, etc. YMMV
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