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Is it worth it?

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by EXO, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. EXO

    EXO Adventurer

    Mar 14, 2013
    The guy says case bearings then says crank bearings. I have the bike now it runs but is kinda doggy when you crack the throttle. and for some reason RPMs just around at idle a little bit. one second they will be low almost low enough to stall out then they jump up pretty good i dont know i have not had time to get into it yet with work and all. im just going to keep it all original for now get all the kinks worked out and ride it for the season back and forth to work then in the winter i will dig into it.
  2. JamesG

    JamesG Rabid Poster

    Dec 31, 2006
    Columbus, GA
    The crank bearings are in the cases.

    The hessitation could come from a number of things. Gummed up carbs, intake leaks, out of tolerance valves, etc.
  3. RBnite

    RBnite Been here awhile

    Feb 28, 2012
    Down by the river
    I am not the champion of simplicity but, Get it out and ride it for a few hours at high way speeds, you will be surprised at how much the thing will clear out after that.