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 on: Today at 10:14:51 AM 
Started by AJC650 - Last post by AJC650
Thanks guys, sounds straightforward..... just need the tyres to arrive now!!

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 on: Today at 09:24:39 AM 
Started by Blaken - Last post by Joss
Those crimp connectors anywhere near those ignition coils is the worst idea ever. Good luck when your stuck at the side of the road in the pissy rain wishing you learned how to heat up a piece of metal and flux a wire. If you desperately want to use a crimp connector then get the ones with the rubber boots not those plastic crummy ones which degrade in a year or two and the plastic falls off.

Take the time now rather than wishing you did waiting for recovery or worse the fire department.

an what exactly is wrong with spade connectors on the input to the coil? Thats how they are from factory on majority of bikes. Besides, its not modifying the factory loom, and the coil signal wire would still have its origional connector , just connected via a piggyback spade . the only thing that would be crimped would be the tacho wire , so if that fell out of the crimp, tacho stops working.... no big deal at all :P

As someone who's said they work in a bike shop as a mechanic you should know the difference between a factory production line crimped connection and that shitty blue plastic one you posted. Plus, the factory ones have the rubber boots on. Along side that, just because a factory produces your loom that way does not mean to say you should stop at that standard. That standard is cheap and efficient, not always the best or best quality. Hence why I suggested buying better quality crimp connectors with boots that you can pack with grease.

Your mentality of whats the worst that can happen if it falls out of the crimp sums it up. My mentality is make sure that's never going to happen, as I said, think about it when your stranded at the side of the road.

What would I know ey.

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 on: Today at 05:24:02 AM 
Started by MarcusNoer - Last post by Renstar
I'm still wondering how I can find the full throttle travel plate. I cannot find one what so ever, I asked the local dealership and they said no can do, too liable for them to do it.

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 on: Today at 04:20:17 AM 
Started by Renstar - Last post by Renstar
Guys help!

I'm having electrical problems when my neons are connected. I want them on really badly.

Turn the key, dash comes on fine, bike primes very healthily everything seems okay. Bike doesn't do anything first time I try start it, after a couple seconds of mashing it it starts. Rolling along the bike can just cut out.... only when the neons are attached to battery, they don't need to be turned on either. So my question is. As I've only got plain -Wire and +Wire attached to battery should I crimp the ends and use connectors instead? OR should I go about upgrading the electrics on my bike somehow? Am I drawing too much power for it to start up when they're connected?

2015 EFI model with NO electrical upgrades, everythings stock battery is 2y old


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 on: Today at 04:16:39 AM 
Started by AJC650 - Last post by Dojy_biker
i work at a bike shop as a mechanic. for a double rubber transplant we usually use a paddock stand for the rear losen rear wheel ready to come out,  loosen the front wheel up ready to drop out, and if the bike has no center stand we then jack under the engine, pull the front wheel out, put axle back in, rest front axle on two jackstands. and then take rear wheel out (save this for after the front end for balance stability)

i dont think youll have any problems unless you have kids/dog that could knock it over. That or high winds. ;)

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 on: Today at 04:10:03 AM 
Started by HaiHyoGuy - Last post by mad8vskillz
sorry since nobody mentioned the obvious stuff (ABC... airway breathing circulation for humans, or fuel, electric, timing for bikes)
-clogged idle circuit on the carb (clean carbs, expect results) use the berryman's carb dip bucket. toxic shit but cleans everything great
available at some walmarts. https://www.amazon.com/Berryman-0996-Chem-Dip-Carburetor-Cleaner/dp/B00DSMEL2A
only use that shit outside (or expect to get 7 different kinds of cancer from just thinking about it)

-bad coil. (swap front to back, see if it changes which cylinder is dying) I really hope it's not one of mine, cause then I will punch myself in the dick repeatedly (and send you a replacement).
-choke?


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 on: Today at 03:26:40 AM 
Started by AJC650 - Last post by albertinhouston
Nothing major.
 Carb bike - gas on the piston

 8 
 on: Today at 02:56:59 AM 
Started by BrRider - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Pure supposition by the way, I do not know for sure if it is or not.

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 on: Today at 02:55:56 AM 
Started by BrRider - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
There definitely is no external one, so if pressure is in fact regulated, then it would have to be done internally.

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 on: Today at 02:53:12 AM 
Started by AJC650 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
What would be the consequences of gently laying the bike on a wadded up blanket?

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