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1  General Category / The Marketplace / Re: WTB right turn signals, foot peg,and misc for
 on: Today at 07:22:02 
Started by Theblackestofmattes | Post by Tattooed hooligan
i have both turn signals if you still need them

2  General Category / The Marketplace / Re: Verslagen's place (Camchain adjusters + more)
 on: Today at 06:07:36 
Started by verslagen1 | Post by Tattooed hooligan
Verslagen im wanting to buy two tensioners also. If you could message me it would be greatly appreciated

3  General Category / The Cafe / Self Leveling Headlight
 on: Today at 04:07:15 
Started by Dave | Post by Dave
Cool concept - but not in production yet.

I don't like the fact the cooling fan is inside the headlight - Tocsik and I tried and LED light with that setup, and it fogged up the inside of the headlight.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/aftermarket-adaptive-motorcycle-headlight?...

4  General Category / The Marketplace / Re: x
 on: Today at 03:26:43 
Started by LANCER | Post by LANCER
SALE ENDED

5  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Stay running problems
 on: Today at 00:22:43 
Started by Jokerworld | Post by justin_o_guy2
A peniston  valve is a snood item for me.
As long as the shooting is good, you're going in the right direction.
Constipationals on figuring out your goof.

6  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Stay running problems
 on: Today at 00:05:48 
Started by Jokerworld | Post by Jokerworld
I'm in ridgecrest ca,

Sorry for the late reply been at work.

But starting at the bottom of the carb. I took everything apart., the float is good. I took the valve and screen off they are brand new and same with the float needle. The main jet is good.  

Now to the top
The shooting is good,  the peniston valve is good,  the jets on top are good and brand new,  they are exact fit.  

Ther fun part is the needle and the spring, (mind you I'm snood at motocycles) I pulled a dumb mistake and I put the needle is first then the spring then the plate.  After doing some research I noticed something and that was that the spring goes first then the needle.

While i had the carb apart i decided to clean it again with B12 cleaner,  after putting everything back together i am now able to start the bike and give it throttle.  

I have yet to actually drive the bike that will come soon lol.

Thanks for your patience and I'm sure I got laughed at it's ok.
Abd thank you for your help.

7  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Does anyone have a crystal parts ball.
 on: Yesterday at 21:46:53 
Started by Theblackestofmattes | Post by SoC
Blackestofmattes, Thanks for donation to forum, box went out this evening, hopefully will have it tomorrow.

8  General Category / The Cafe / Re: Things on a bucket list
 on: Yesterday at 21:17:44 
Started by MMRanch | Post by MMRanch
Dave , I believe this is the one he was wearing :

https://www.klim.com/Traverse-Jacket-4050-001?quantity=1

Only $400.oo + for this cheep one , but it didn't look cheep either.


Thanks for the spelling help .  Smiley

There was a couple of them that were $1700.00 for the jacket.

I'll be shopping at Cycle Gear too. Wink


9  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Softer Riding Shocks Savage/S40
 on: Yesterday at 19:50:15 
Started by Drifter.. | Post by Mechaniac
Have you got and pics?  Before and after would be great.

10  General Category / The Cafe / Re: 2018 -- new Intel failures & sucesses
 on: Yesterday at 15:33:27 
Started by Oldfeller | Post by Eegore
"Well, maybe I shouldn't be trying to reply to your questions since you don't read the answers or the posts themselves"

 Why does it matter if I read them or listen to them?  

 To clarify regarding font size I was not attempting to replicate exactly the size as much as indicate that smaller red font if being read visually on a non-desktop computer screen or larger has to be independently zoomed in on to be seen.  Given that many people use phones to utilize website content I wanted to make you aware.  Perhaps the following is a better clarification:

 The red smaller type font is hard to read on mobile devices.  As an example I will post smaller red font that may or may not be the exact size, please consider it a representation of font size, the following is for example only:

 Small red font sample, not to scale.





 

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