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1  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Spark Filter?
 on: Today at 06:52:45 
Started by Armen | Post by norm92de
You'd have the cleanest plug ever.

2  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Bike runs very uneven and like pulsey
 on: Today at 05:54:10 
Started by srinath | Post by srinath
I've had the bike run almost like its an 8 stroke with too much of those hard distinct pulses making for something that literally kicks and few sec later kicks again etc ... very out of balance feeling.
Has anyone had that happen ?
Why or what could be wrong ?
Thanks.
Srinath.

3  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Anyone running an AME 18 degree kit ?
 on: Today at 05:52:06 
Started by srinath | Post by srinath
Thanks, much appreciated.
Its the negative trail on it I'll bet. The shorter angle seeger kit actually turns it to very low effort with very small trail. Near 0.
The front wheel moves forward 5.25-5.4" = fantastically light. Get it over 6" everything else staying the exact same and its a disaster.
Cool.
Srinath.

4  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Spark Filter?
 on: Today at 05:45:28 
Started by Armen | Post by Armen
Wondering if this would work on a Savage?

5  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Anyone running an AME 18 degree kit ?
 on: Today at 05:30:33 
Started by srinath | Post by Eegore

 My time on one was limited to about 3 hours at speeds from 5 mph to 40 mph.

 It turns the bike into a bus in my opinion.

6  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Spouting gas from crankcase breather?
 on: Today at 04:57:33 
Started by Lorax | Post by Lorax
Problem solved. It turned out to be much less than I was afraid of.

Checked the petcock. It was fine. Checked the carburetor. Float and needle did not seem stuck. Opened up and checked diaphragm and gaskets, they were fine. Just poured out the gasoline in it, refilled engine with new oil. Started and now everything runs fine. I think maybe it was just that it had been stalled, and some excess gasoline in the carburetor is enough to cause this problem when starting up after a long time. Perhaps the float was just a little bit stuck and loosened by itself when we removed the carb, as justin_o_guy2 said a little "whak" with a screwdriver could solve it. Grin

Anyway, thank you guys for the help. I learned some new things. Hope this helps someone else.

7  General Category / The Cafe / Hammer Holder for your Motorcycle
 on: Today at 03:59:01 
Started by Dave | Post by Dave
If you get one of these........I suppose you need it for driving your tent stakes?

https://nashmotorcycle.com/products/hammer-hanger

8  General Category / The Cafe / Re: Training your replacement. Any advice?
 on: Today at 02:03:20 
Started by philthymike | Post by LANCER
Stew is correct, do your best on your job and let the chips fall where they may, you need to be the bigger man regardless of what management does.  The trainee is not the issue, your character is.  Do what is right and God will handle the rest for you.  If they are having you train your replacement that will happen regardless of what you do, so do good and right and you will be blessed.
Who knows, this can be a stepping stone to something better.

9  General Category / The Marketplace / Re: Verslavy Tensioner Assy
 on: Yesterday at 23:43:53 
Started by verslagen1 | Post by voltz
Hi Verlagen,

Would like to order a cam chain tensioner from you. I have 24k on mine and itís starting to get noisy. Itís my main commuter.
Please email me the price and how to order , please (voltztadeo@gmail.com)
Thanks

10  General Category / The Cafe / Re: Covid simple...
 on: Yesterday at 20:19:11 
Started by Serowbot | Post by Ruttly
Wow , she looks high as hell !
That might explain the google eyes





 

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