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Old 11-07-2012, 01:34 PM   #70801
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A "stock rebuild" kit is on the way from Moose Racing. I didn't want to get in there and find something like gasket, jet, etc that would leave me bike-less while I wait for parts.
The Moose kit does not include the orings for the float assembly or the oring for the mixture screw.
It's pretty likely that your mixture screw oring is OK but almost certain that the float assembly orings will be toast.
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Old 11-07-2012, 01:50 PM   #70802
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The Moose kit does not include the orings for the float assembly or the oring for the mixture screw.
It's pretty likely that your mixture screw oring is OK but almost certain that the float assembly orings will be toast.
I had a set of the float o-rings go bad after 18 months. They cost quite a bit of $$ from Suzuki. Any other sources? How about from KTM or anothe manufacturer that uses that carb?
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Old 11-07-2012, 01:57 PM   #70803
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I had a set of the float o-rings go bad after 18 months. They cost quite a bit of $$ from Suzuki. Any other sources? How about from KTM or anothe manufacturer that uses that carb?

Motolab/Derek in the vendors thread maybe?

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...hlight=motolab
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:26 PM   #70804
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Wow. Post 71,001 Great thread. Thanks for all the info and inspiration. My commuter and weekend warrior.
Ok, I'm not usually envious of other guy's "toys" ...that thing is pretty trick!

Mine looks like it has been used as a rodeo barell!
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:42 PM   #70805
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Motolab/Derek in the vendors thread maybe?

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...hlight=motolab

Derek does probably carry those. I've purchased a bunch of BST40 parts from him and found his prices reasonable, shipping quick & fair. I've also spent some time on the phone with Derek and found his advice very helpful.
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:49 PM   #70806
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I had the guys in Fabrication make some brackets and the guys in electrical class wire up these Vision x Solstice LED's. The lights work great at dusk. Can only work better at night.






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Old 11-07-2012, 02:49 PM   #70807
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Derek does probably carry those. I've purchased a bunch of BST40 parts from him and found his prices reasonable, shipping quick & fair. I've also spent some time on the phone with Derek and found his advice very helpful.
Thanks MikeyP and Ga Thumper I'll look into it.
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:51 PM   #70808
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Wow. Post 71,001 Great thread. Thanks for all the info and inspiration. My commuter and weekend warrior.
What front end is that? Makes the bike look like it's been on a diet. Looks skinny compared to stock.
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Old 11-07-2012, 05:41 PM   #70809
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"Tape a piece of tubing to your vacuum and suck it out."

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Good info. Nice post. My carb is actually running fine but I DO like the sound of drinking beer and inhaling carb cleaner fumes and seeing things.
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Old 11-07-2012, 05:55 PM   #70810
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Hello,

Back to the lowering links. Used to be 5'9" but now must be shorter as I want bike lower still. Am on the right track, will have it dialed in soon.
Thanks again for your help,

Heirhead
Do you have a stock Suzuki shock on the rear and have you done the factory lowering option? It's good for 1-1/2".

Found a pic. If your shock has two lower bolt positions and the bolt is in the lower hole like this, you're at the stock height. If you put the bolt in the upper hole, the rear suspension will be 1-1/2" lower. Let us know, as there's another step, your spring seat mounting position.

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ER70S-2 screwed with this post 11-07-2012 at 06:22 PM
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Old 11-07-2012, 06:46 PM   #70811
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5L liters of reserve on a tank that size is just about right, IMHO. I'd go with it, be happy!
The important thing is how much of your reserve can you use. I would strap on a 5 liter fuel jug and run out your reserve ... just so you know your TRUE range.

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Don't worry about rotating the Elbow. Leave it. No drilling. Main thing is to know just how far you can go on your reserve. With the IMS, about 2 liters are left once reserve runs out. You can only use that last bit of fuel if you tip the bike over. Good luck! Enjoy!
If you can use all the gas on reserve, you're good. If there's much fuel left when the bike quits, then you might have to decide if you want to 'force' the carb elbow to turn or not.
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:26 PM   #70812
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Lowering links

Hello,

Thanks for all who responded. The shock is stock but have stiffer spring on it due to my fat ass!!
The shock has been lowered already. The RED CIRCLE is fine.
ProCycle, understood OK, just will have to lower forks more to see if that is enough.
Now what about that shock spring seat height???

I must be really short!!

Thanks again,

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Old 11-07-2012, 08:28 PM   #70813
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Hello,

Thanks for all who responded. The shock is stock but have stiffer spring on it due to my fat ass!!
The shock has been lowered already. The RED CIRCLE is fine.
ProCycle, understood OK, just will have to lower forks more to see if that is enough.
Now what about that shock spring seat height???

I must be really short!!

Thanks again,

Heirhead
lol...yep you must be a shorty You're gonna have a flat-tracker when you get done lowering
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:44 PM   #70814
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Hello,

The shock has been lowered already. The RED CIRCLE is fine.
ProCycle, understood OK, just will have to lower forks more to see if that is enough.
Now what about that shock spring seat height???

Thanks again,

Heirhead
Did you lower the shock bolt or was it done by someone else? Maybe the shock spring seat height has already been taken care of. Ride the bike, if the tire isn't hitting the fender, you should be fine. I don't have a way to show or explain how it's done. It's in the service manual if you have access to one.

Edit: I found a photo, posted it and an explanation on 11-9-2012.
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:46 PM   #70815
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Wow. Post 71,001 Great thread. Thanks for all the info and inspiration. My commuter and weekend warrior.
Nice setup.
Is that the giant loop Buck n roll tank bag? Does it work ok, ie stay up on the sides of the tank above your knees ?
I have looked at pics of these but never seen one on a DR. I have a Safari tank and it looked like the bars would hit it on full lock. That headlight looks awesome, although ive read comments on it causing buffeting/turbulence ?>
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