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1  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: I broke it to much hp
 on: Today at 03:17:51 
Started by GT61 TURBO ZX14 | Post by GT61 TURBO ZX14
BrokeAss wrote on 09/21/19 at 08:39:12:
Suzuki makes other bikes...perhaps you'd be happier on a Hyabusa...

He'll no I got a zx14 lol and a chopper with a 117ci in it and a few other toys lol

2  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: I broke it to much hp
 on: Today at 03:16:38 
Started by GT61 TURBO ZX14 | Post by GT61 TURBO ZX14
DragBikeMike wrote on 09/20/19 at 19:37:08:
That's pretty ugly, but at least the splines and sprocket teeth are still in one piece. †What does the rest of the engine look like? †Did it throw the chain? †Did the chunks get hung up in the primary drive gears? †Hope you didn't end up with too much damage.




Nope all good ordered a new part and when it gets here it's going back together

3  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: I broke it to much hp
 on: Today at 03:15:09 
Started by GT61 TURBO ZX14 | Post by GT61 TURBO ZX14
Ruttly wrote on 09/20/19 at 14:55:11:
They break very easy if over torqued , stay to the low side of the torque spec !
Highly doubt it was too much H/P ! Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

Lol I know it's only 54hp

4  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Gas leak/stalling problem
 on: Yesterday at 21:48:33 
Started by Sceprent | Post by verslagen1
It's generally accepted it's full when you've filled it to the bottom of the splash shield, or that tube that hangs down from the top.

5  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Gas leak/stalling problem
 on: Yesterday at 21:03:24 
Started by Sceprent | Post by Sceprent
So what is the correct arbitrary way to fill a motorcycle if not an inch or two before it starts spilling out all over the place? I would say WAY overfilled would be gas spilling all over the place with the bike standing straight up. The manual says nothing about overfilling the tank that I could find. Thereís obvious overfilling and then thereís what youíre saying which I donít know about.

justin_o_guy2 wrote on 09/21/19 at 22:04:13:
Just filled with gas and I top off to the rim.


To the rim?
As in
The tank won't hold any more?


6  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Motor dies in first gear.
 on: Yesterday at 19:44:15 
Started by Venturi | Post by Gary_in_NJ
Itís not clear from your post, did you previously have the safety switches bypassed and suddenly there is a change, or did you just bypass the safeties and now you canít get it going?

7  General Category / The Marketplace / Re: †WTS †2007 SUZUKI BOULEVARD S40. TX
 on: Yesterday at 19:42:16 
Started by RYE | Post by RYE
Thought i would give a link to the E-BAY auction. It has the pics an info.

"https://www.ebay.com/itm/264474284504"

Thanx RYE

8  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Re: Ryca parts
 on: Yesterday at 18:52:00 
Started by Blanco Willy | Post by Ruttly
Their website is new and very slow , may not be completed yet.

9  General Category / Rubber Side Down! / Motor dies in first gear.
 on: Yesterday at 18:50:33 
Started by Venturi | Post by Venturi
Ď06 motor starts and idles fine in neutral but dies when I put it in gear. I have the sidestand safety wired together to bypass it. I also wired the clutch cutout to bypass it (I donít have the harness to connect it and am just trying to get the bike going). The bike will start in neutral but dies as soon as I put it in first. I donít think the clutch is mechanically killing the engine as the bike moves freely with the clutch pulled in and engages when released. Also, the bike is not ďjerkingĒ much when I put it in gear... it just dies. Am I missing something? Maybe bypassing the clutch safety is the issue?

10  General Category / The Cafe / Re: Motorcycle or Kitchen?
 on: Yesterday at 18:44:53 
Started by philthymike | Post by raydawg
As a plumber most of my life, except my stint at Boeing, I must ask, what did the plumber do wrong?





 

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