I did not notice a significant difference when I put the ceramics in my stock rims initially..............but, I had to ride the bike about 250 miles to let the balls and the races like each other more............after that 250...............everything bedded in and I could feel a significant change, especially when rolling the bike up onto the lift. Easy peasy. If they work in the garage, they work on the street, IMO. It seemed to be a bit "snappier" when whacking the throttle in third and 4th at 5500 or so.
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Harleys are slooooow, but you can ride them for thousands and thousands of miles, touring the entire US of A.