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Ok I seen some of the pics on this thread and read almost everything but does anyone just have a straight up parts list with info about the brand of gauge, the length of the Russell braided line and anything else they feel is pertinent to this project.
I used this on the Fatboy. I'm sure they have one to fit a Sporty.
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I've seen that one before on JP and no it won't work, no one makes a decent enough kit
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The Arlen Ness kit is OK.
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No way I'm spending that much tho, I like what u guys have goin on. I found the gauge in J&P, and the Russell line on another site for $47 cause that Harley shop that turbota posted isn't around anymore. So I'm wondering what else I need
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See folkie I love what you did here with yours, but I'm going with an Auto Meter gauge and I'm wondering the length of your Russell oil line, everything else as far as fittings I've got.

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That's not mine; those are some of Turbota's pics which I had saved and reposted.

I used the Arlen Ness kit without gauge, and used a VDO (undamped) white faced gauge initially. The gauge didn't last long, and I replaced it with that one with an engine turned face that you see in the catalogues (which was oil damped).

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I would stick with an oil filled gauge.
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Ok, that makes sense now. And my gauge is filled
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So would I, now. My original gauge didn't stop working, but the needle shifted. It read about 12 psi when the engine was off!

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That's never good. I'm gonna do the same set up as the pics but I'm gonna use a different mount
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