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2002 Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy - FLSTF Parts

2002 Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy - FLSTF
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S&S Cycle Super "E" Carburetor
Super "E" S&S Cycle Carb Whether you are upgrading or replacing your motorcycle carburetor, an S&S carb is the premium choice for your project. The Super "E" is a butterfly-type S&S carb that featu...
Mikuni HSR42 "Smoothbore" Carburetor Kit
HSR42 "Smoothbore" Carburetor Kit
$539.99 - $593.99
You save $65.01 (10%)
Mikuni HSR42 "Smoothbore" Carburetor Kit Kits include the redesigned 42mm smoothbore carb in a natural finish Easier, faster installation using stock CV throttle cables Excellent throttle...
Mikuni HSR42 Carburetor
HSR42 Carburetor
$338.09 - $458.99
You save $36.91 (10%)
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Mikuni HSR42 Carburetor For the high-performance engine builder who needs a carb for specific custom applications Available in standard or highly-polished finishes ***NOTE: Some models many n...
Mikuni HSR45 "Smoothbore" Carburetor Kit
HSR45 "Smoothbore" Carburetor Kit
You save $67.01 (10%)
Mikuni HSR45 "Smoothbore" Carburetor Kit Kits include the redesigned 45mm smoothbore carb in a natural finish Easier, faster installation using stock CV throttle cables Excellent throttle respon...
Mikuni 42mm Easy Kit
42mm Easy Kit
$360.09 - $414.09
You save $38.91 (10%)
Mikuni 42mm Easy Kit Mikuni Easy Kits accept the original H-D intake manifold, choke cable, air cleaner and throttle cables making carb upgrade a snap. Recommend the use of a high-flow air ...
S&S Cycle Super "G" Carburetor
S&S Cycle Super "G" Carburetor The Super "G" carburetor has a 2-1/16" Throat at the butterfly and a 1-3/4" venturi and is recommended for use on 90-cubic-inch and larger high-performance and modi...

Latest Reviews

Matt (Roaring Spring )


Save the Headache - Spend for the PC5

I have this on my 2014 Yamaha Raider. Thought I would give it a try since it was a "little" cheaper than the PCV. It has the ability to put in multiple maps (up to 10 and if you have your bike tuned right, you should never need 10 different maps) it has the feel of the old power commander III but instead of buttons you have adjustment screws (very touchy and if you don't have it attached to a computer to see the change, you can end up on the wrong setting) and the adjustments are in 10% increases to low mid and high. Save yourself the headache and go with a PC5 which has the ability to add the other accessories and you can use your phone with now.

Austin (Midlothian )

Cost Benefit

It works

I bought a couple for a Ninja 250. For this bike, the kit included the float bowl gasket, float needle, pilot screw, spring, o-ring, washer, and plug for the pilot screw. Component quality and fit is good. I was able to clean and rebuild the carbs to make the bike run.

Robert (So Cal )


Ripped off!!

I just had this installed on my 2006 Electra Glide, today. Bike actually ran good before I had this installed, just wanted to increase performance and fuel/air ratio and gas mileage. Now, it runs like crap. I was worried I was even going to make it home without calling for a tow truck! Popping, sluggish response, hesitation, missing. This is B.S.! If it doesn't "Auto Tune in the next 96 hours, it's coming out and someone is refunding my money. I'll go back to where it was with just Screaming Eagle tuner. Had NO problems with S.E., tuner!

Nick (Council Bluffs )


Unlock the Evo!

Combined this with the Cobra Power Flow intake and side shots and my little XL1200C is a beast. The V&H map was great out of the gate but I eventually went for the autotuning. Did my dial in over the course of about a week and applied the map a few times along the way. The second application led to some clunky performance until the engine got to peak operating temps. The final map, though, is outstanding. I don't have any objective measurements to go by but the grin on my face when I roll on the throttle heavily is at least twice as wide as when I had the stock intake/pipes/ECM mapping.

Eric (Russell )


Its an ok FI unit

I have a 2006 Yamaha warrior stock except some crappy drag pipe exhaust a previous owner put on, and the AIS delete done. This thing fits easily and installs fast, I found the stock settings were so so at best, I had to back off the throttle tip in pot and run the unit at 2-2 and about 1/2 and the bike seems mostly happy I have endlessly adjusted it and my hesitation at WOT is much better but not gone, if I turn it up more it gets worse turn it down to 1 or zero worse 2-2 and 1/2 = best. I wish I had just ponied up and got a USBIII or V Power commander though instead of trying this. I may later on get a PWR Commander and will for sure be getting a V&H pro pipe for it this winter. I don't recommend this just get a Power Commander they are better.