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 on: Today at 04:08:34 AM 
Started by bucketchem - Last post by ProAktion
bumpin this

 on: Today at 12:11:00 AM 
Started by Boosty - Last post by Renstar
Very good looking bike, love that windscreen look on your colour scheme. So meaty

 on: October 23, 2016, 09:56:30 PM 
Started by m0tz - Last post by m0tz
It was 1.09 as stock and wasn't a pleasure to drive. Now it run so smooth.
The choke was a problem before adjust the tps btw 😕

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 on: October 23, 2016, 09:54:53 PM 
Started by m0tz - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Try TPS at 1.12V, not 1.24V.

 on: October 23, 2016, 09:44:58 PM 
Started by m0tz - Last post by m0tz
I tried searching but can't find anyone else with exact same problem.
Got a gv650 efi and every time I start it runs on full choke for 2min before it very slowly settles down to normal/warm idle rpm. It's completely stuck except for the tps adjustment to 1.24v.

My brothers gv650 acts normal that's why I noticed it in the first place.
Even when the engine is warm and I turn off and on it starts on choke but not as bad as when getting a cold start.

Any advice?


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 on: October 23, 2016, 08:31:35 PM 
Started by mrcratios - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn

Replacing the clutch is no big deal. Nothing to fear there. ..and it definitely does sound like you do need to.

Make sure you get a rubber clutch cover gasket like seal thingy, as well as what ever clutch you decide to use. For extra style points, get a new clutch cable as well. If you are 'Sheldonesque', then yoiu might also get a split pin for the clutch arm clevis.

Soak the fibre discs in motorcycle specific oil for a day before fitting them.

There are a number of plates that are the same and one odd one that is visually different. It's subtle, but it is distictly different. The difference is that a pair of washers fit into the inside diameter of that plate. I call them washers, but actually they are thin bands of metal, roughly 10cms in diameter. One is flat and the other has a bit of an angle to it.

The order is 'flat washer', then 'angled washer' then fibre plate that is different from the rest, which sits in at the same level as the two metal bands.

After that, you just alternate metal plates and fibre plates until you run out.

Throw the pressure plate over the top.

Add the colletts and bolts. Torque to 8Nm. Put the clutch cover back and torque those bolts to 8Nm as well and then you my friend are done.

Adjusting the cable:

Wind the thumb screw on the clutch arm all the way in and adjust from the middle of the cable until the clutch lever creates 1mm of free play movement on the cable. Not the lever moving 1mm, but the cable itself. If you run out of adjustment in the mid cable adjuster, you can use the thumb screw if needed.

Once you have a baseline adjustment of 1mm of free play, then ride the bike and see how it feels. Add or remove tension on the cable via the thumb screw until your clutch behaves as desired.


EBC Kevlar clutch. Available from whygostock.com

 on: October 23, 2016, 07:30:04 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
hey guys, so I'm doing a jet kit. and I'm having such a hard time with adjusting my rear idle air/fuel screw. it won't budge and the top is stripping so I need to bite the bullet and drill it out. I've been searching for parts for mikuni-BDS26, but no luck. anyone else know where I can find parts for it?

 on: October 23, 2016, 07:29:36 PM 
Started by torrent85 - Last post by mgordonvegas8
you could also reach out to Dan Fischer directly at dan@copier1.com...I worked with him over the summer to get some 2nd gen parts like LED turn signals and upgraded brakes.  He mentioned he had a whole warehouse full of parts so if you buy the one in Minnesota and it needs something you can try to reach out to him directly for spares.  In other words, dont let a few dings keep you from buying one.



 on: October 23, 2016, 07:22:22 PM 
Started by zero - Last post by bazzabear
Welcome to the forum zero  8)

Another oldie ( 54 ) , though I ride a GTR albeit with Renthals fitted  ;)


 on: October 23, 2016, 05:55:10 PM 
Started by mrcratios - Last post by mrcratios
Just looking for a second opinion.

Just yesterday while rolling on the highway I noticed that over 6500rpms (while quickly accelerating) that the rpms jumped quickly with the bike barely accelerating.
Like if I was holding the friction point 3/4 in.

Does this mean that the clutch is burnt? Or the cable could be lose?

Winter will be here for us in Canada in about a month so I'm kinda hesitant to jump on this repair right away!

Thx for your feedback (probably Upside-Down will be first 😂)

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