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Old 11-29-2011, 01:23 PM   #57421
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so if I get out the metal shell, the rubber seal should go in? It doesn't need a new metal shell? So why does the metal need to be in there? The new seal has no metal piece with it.
The rubber body of the seal is normally bonded to/over that metal part.
That wheel bearing does not look to flash either (an easy replacement)
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:35 PM   #57422
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There's a video on how to twist the carb inlet, done by someone at Safari. But I'm late and have to leave.

This is not the issue if it's happening with a full-ish fuel tank.
Here's that video...

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Old 11-29-2011, 01:38 PM   #57423
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Took the DR for a ride today with the new TM-40 carb. When I first starting the bike, i let it run for a few mins with the choke on, and when I shut it off, the bike died, Just figured it still cold, so I started again, and just rode with choke off, throttle up. it was all street riding, mostly on the highway, only about 20 miles, and died at one light when I bleeped the throttle. I got home and it felt like the idle was a bit low, so i turned the knob in a little bit it while sitting on the bike. I smelled gas, but thought nothing of it. Got off the bike while it was running, and saw fuel spilling out of the vent hose. I followed the vent hose up, and it was the one under the Idle adjustment (see pic). What is this from? When I shut the petcock off, the fuel stops flowing from the vent hose.

I would like some advice before I start pulling the carb apart, Thanks guys..
someone correct me if Im wrong but I think that means the float is set way too high allowing the bowl to overfill.
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:50 PM   #57424
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someone correct me if Im wrong but I think that means the float is set way too high allowing the bowl to overfill.
I can't remember if the hose in the picture goes to the bowl drain (probably not) or up via a internal tube to a overflow but.........

My TM40 has done this a few times over the last few years for no apparent reason.
Once was coming into Top Springs (dirt road in the middle of nowhere) and noticed it exiting fuel from a hose.
Stripped the carb but found no obvious signs of the fuel seat not seating.

Another time I came out of a large hardware store to find the bike sitting over a '3 foot puddle of fuel.

Could the float stick once in a blue moon is still ??????????
I never leave the fuel taps on,if it was to run down the inlet tract that might risk hydraulic ing the engine also.
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:50 PM   #57425
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someone correct me if Im wrong but I think that means the float is set way too high allowing the bowl to overfill.
Mine did this as well, I removed the carb to adjusted the float and has never occurred again. Pretty simple to do, I was a newb and got it on my first try. Maybe it was just beginners luck
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Old 11-29-2011, 02:18 PM   #57426
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I can't remember if the hose in the picture goes to the bowl drain (probably not) or up via a internal tube to a overflow but.........

My TM40 has done this a few times over the last few years for no apparent reason.
Once was coming into Top Springs (dirt road in the middle of nowhere) and noticed it exiting fuel from a hose.
Stripped the carb but found no obvious signs of the fuel seat not seating.

Another time I came out of a large hardware store to find the bike sitting over a '3 foot puddle of fuel.

Could the float stick once in a blue moon is still ??????????
I never leave the fuel taps on,if it was to run down the inlet tract that might risk hydraulic ing the engine also.
It also stripes oil off the cylinder walls accelerating wear on the piston rings and cylinder.

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Mine did this as well, I removed the carb to adjusted the float and has never occurred again. Pretty simple to do, I was a newb and got it on my first try. Maybe it was just beginners luck
lol yeah that is pretty lucky. There are lots of techniques for setting the bowl height, I've never done it though.
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Old 11-29-2011, 02:41 PM   #57427
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someone correct me if Im wrong but I think that means the float is set way too high allowing the bowl to overfill.
More likely a little bit of dirt or debris is stuck in the float valve.
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Old 11-29-2011, 05:24 PM   #57428
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stock foot pegs for DR

Does anyone have a stock close up photo of their stock DR foot pegs? Took mine apart, painted them. Kind of forgot exactly how they sit on the bike. I think I have it, but I am losing my mind thinking about it.
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Old 11-29-2011, 05:43 PM   #57429
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Does anyone have a stock close up photo of their stock DR foot pegs? Took mine apart, painted them. Kind of forgot exactly how they sit on the bike. I think I have it, but I am losing my mind thinking about it.
Mahalo,
Don't have a pic on the bike but here is a diagram that may help
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:03 PM   #57430
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Don't have a pic on the bike but here is a diagram that may help
Thank you brother. yes it surely does.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:33 PM   #57431
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More likely a little bit of dirt or debris is stuck in the float valve.
Thanks for all the quick replies, I'm going to keep an eye on it. Since I don't have a fuel filter, I think it time to get one. If the problem persists, I'll get in there to reset the float height.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:53 PM   #57432
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Ughh.. The worst kind of problem... I went out to the bike after it cooled and bit and tried to simulate the problem again... No luck
Probably a bit of crud in the needle jet in the float bowl. I would drain the float bowl, re-fill, drain again. Hopefully this will clear any crud out.

If engine is dying at idle ... try setting the fuel/air pilot screw, then re-set idle.
1. Set idle very low after bike is fully warmed.
2. Using Pilot fuel-air screw ... adjust for smooth and highest idle ... then adjust IN (lean) just a hair.
3. Now set Idle to desired RPM (DR650 seems to like around 1300 to 1400)
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Old 11-29-2011, 07:40 PM   #57433
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Spring rate

I purchased a 08 DR 650 the other day. Its stock except for some small dirtbagz side bags and a big parabellum windscreen ( soon to be in the flea market). I want to install stiffer springs front and rear. On the race tech website if I search for 225 lbs, it gives me rates of 8.3 rear and .70 fork. Does that seem correct? Seems like it will be stiff....any help would be appreciated ... thanks
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Old 11-29-2011, 07:44 PM   #57434
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Call Jesse at Kientech. He'll ask your weight and details, and recommend the correct springs. Good guy and tell him Steve from Hamilton sent you.
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Old 11-29-2011, 07:45 PM   #57435
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Thanks for the info...I'll do that
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