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    Default FLE

    hi there,
    I know EL is 1000cc FL is 1200cc how about FLE... what's E stand for?

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    It's a 74" like the FL but it uses a smaller carb M-61B (53 & 54 only, 55 & 56 use the M-74B). It also uses the EL cam and is meant for city use. Could be a city Police or a utility, company vehicle...maybe with a sidecar attached for deliveries.

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    I see, thanks!!

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    Gives more torque on lower end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Haynes View Post
    Gives more torque on lower end.
    Hi Chris. I'm not exactly sure where you live but I remember you posted something a few years ago about building a railway type building in NorCal. I was wondering if you were in the fire affected area of California but I swung past your member profile and could see that you made this post yesterday. Did it get close to your area.
    Regards Steve
    Steve Little
    Upper Yarra Valley. Victoria.
    Australia.
    AMCA member 1950

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    The West Point, CA fire was about 6 miles from my homes in Pine Grove, CA. Fortunately they got it contained.
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