BST 40 Idle Screw

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  1. Loadedagain

    Loadedagain making chips

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    ladies and gentlemen. they are here. the bst idle screw with hand wheel knobbie dooey is available immediately!.

    here's the deal... the screws cost you $30usd plus $6usd for shipping (regular mail).

    if you have any questions regarding the screw itself please pop me a pm.

    if you would like one... this is what i am going to need:

    • your name and address
    • your email address
    • your telephone number
    • your bike make/model and year.

    send me this information in a pm, and i will email you a confirmation and invoice. on the invoice is all the info you are going to need... if you need more, just ask.

    at this point this is a money order only kinda thing. no paypal, no credit cards, etc... when you mail me your money order please enclose a copy of the invoice, or a piece of paper with the invoice number. that's how i know where to send your stuff so it is important!

    there are plenty to go around so no need to panic. if you miss the first batch the next one is only a few days away.

    please excuse the delay. i do/did not want to ship something that did not meet my expectations of quality. these do. there are slight blemishes in the anodizing on the threads, but that is unavoidable because i needed to hold them somewhere... besides that... they're great!

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  2. dagwood

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    I'll be getting ahold of ya soon.. :thumb

    and ...ahem....that don't look orange :huh
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  3. Gwilli

    Gwilli "Life Behind Bars"

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    I want 1, I want one me, me, me, me.....
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    How much, its in the mail today...
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    I dont care what color it is, I just want it, my preciousss...
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  4. Loadedagain

    Loadedagain making chips

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    bitch... bitch... bitch...

    truth be told. orange is a pain to do with anodising. it isn't really a colour. it is essentially a gold colour that has been cooked too long. i could not get it to take. i got shit brown... or gold... so gold it is :lol3
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    Can't expect much more from a guy in a skirt :rofl

    Excellent job. Even though I haven't had to adjust my idle mixture screw for over a year, I think I'll pick one of these handy dandy doodads.

    If I don't, you know what'll happen. Sometime in the immediate future, the idle mixture will need to be adjusted and I'll be cussin' and bitchin' the entire time as I keep asking "why didn't I get one of Loaded screws?" :lol3

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  6. dzrtracin

    dzrtracin ride'n 2 live

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    forward to the install. We do alot of evelavation changes here in So Cal where we ride so im stoked. RIDE ON!
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  7. G.Kennedy

    G.Kennedy ...

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    Bumpity bump .. I ordered mine.
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  8. ozadvntr

    ozadvntr Planning that trip, again

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    Anyone fitted one of these to a 04 / 05 Adventure?

    Mick
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  9. Gwilli

    Gwilli "Life Behind Bars"

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    Hey Loadedagain,
    Got my idle screw in the post today...... :drums
    That was really quick mate, you rock, it's official now... :super

    Very pretty golden, :tb my precioussss......
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  10. Loadedagain

    Loadedagain making chips

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    that's insane man.... insane! woulda taken me longer to fly to oz than that. try it on and let us know how you like it :ear
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  11. Loadedagain

    Loadedagain making chips

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    gwilli's bike is an 04... he'll let us know soon.... i hope :ear
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  12. ozadvntr

    ozadvntr Planning that trip, again

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    Thanks loaded,

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  13. Gwilli

    Gwilli "Life Behind Bars"

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    Fitted mine last night.... (used a little grease on the thread as recommended)
    I tilted the carby to make access and correct threading easy, and it was all over, easy as pie......(mmmm..pie)......

    Anyway 2.5ish turns out, start the 04, it idles easy after a small amount of choke.
    By this time my 10yo sun is in the garage "what's goin on dad?"
    I give him the 50cent tour, he is pretty impressed by the new golden knob protruding of what he has just discovered is a BST 40 (Note: he says he prefers the FCR pumper on my EXC as it has a Star Wars Lego thing going on) ....but he points out that there is a certain Bling factor to that new Knob
    I have the choke off now and the idle is smooth :wink:, then off down the drive on my way.
    I warmed it up for about 10 mins at the secret testing facility down the end of my street (read pine forest).
    I did have the same slight popping on throttle shut down that I had with the OEM screw, this means that Loaded attention to detail is spot on.
    Next I easily open it up 0.25ish of a turn, blast down the track, off the gas, and........my Staintune goes bbbbbbbbererererererrrrrrrreeeerrrrrrr down through 2 gears on deceleration, smooth as Flugs head :lol3

    I have done the mandatory cult (Mafia) LC4 BST Mods:
    Snorkle off (while I wait for the Sommer side plate to arrive)
    Pipe: Staintune
    Jetting
    Drilling slide vent holes to 3mm
    Spring: Cut 2 winds off (I did have a spare standing by) no problems so far.
    I have geared the bike 15 / 44
    This bike is well and truly awake, my riding buddy has a 05 625sxc, we swapped for a few hours last Sunday.
    His comment “how come your bike is heavier but goes so much harder??”

    I am Happy…I will probably now become one of those annoying guys who are always tinkering…… :2guns

    BTW "Very Nice" Job Loaded.....

    Greg
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  14. Loadedagain

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    :thumb good to hear gwili. guess i should get one into my own bike one of these days.
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  15. G.Kennedy

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    Bumpity Bump ... got mine in today. Looks good, I'll do the install tomorrow.

    Loaded, let me know if the postman holds the check hostage for not enough postage.
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  16. G.Kennedy

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    Installed ... working perfectly ... haven't had time to play w/ it, just put it where my stocker was and the bike runs well. The little black Sharpie mark is my high tech indicator.

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  17. dagwood

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    put mine in Wednesday. stumbled a bit where the stock was (but I was having that trouble before) so after alittle warm up I gave it another quarter turn and it started and purred (as much as a thumper could be expected to) so then I fiddled with it alittle :lol3 got to three and a half and it'd stumble off back down to 1 and a half turns and it'd stumble off so split the diff nd ended back up to 2 3/4 turns out. more snap off the bottom and no more stumble.
    Big plus was it was so freakin easy to just reach in there and give it a twist. no more of the stubby driver and burnt fingers shit :thumb.
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  18. braaap!

    braaap! waiting for the big one

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    :cry :cry :cry :cry :cry :cry I haven't got mine yet.....





    :ear.....
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  19. scottmoto16

    scottmoto16 Scooter Adventurer

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    Mine arrived a couple of days ago , Cheers Mr Loaded :beer

    Just have to get my shit together and fit it.
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  20. Loadedagain

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    guess i should put one in my own bike, huh? :baldy
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