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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by mikeinrichmond, Dec 19, 2008.
I'm sure it does. I was just messin' with ya.
These guys have quite a commute:
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"You're in good hands with Allstate... from mayhem like me."
I work with his cousin.
Today at Charles City Dirt Riders class
From left to right: Bob, BrendaP, Boon Booni and Tlux
Too much fun today. I felt like a kid on that thing.
Brrrr ... Was 87 here today. And all I had to drink was this. Lol. Hope ya'll are enjoying the Virginia weather. Oh ... And the scenery here in South Beach ain't too shabby either. <smirk>
That looks like a Jumbo!
Boon and Tlux - check your PMs.
Sweet change of pace! Is that just shy of a half gallon?
Does anybody have a carb sync tool I could borrow?
I have a motion pro . let me look if it is here at compound or in norfolk
I've got one. You're welcome to it.
How many carbs? I just used vinyl tubing filled with oil for a twin. Never had anything with more cylinders and I don't remember you having anything with that many carbs.
I used oil instead of water because it doesn't break things if it gets sucked into the engine. I didn't bother with the board on mine. I would just loop the tubing over the handle bars.
I guess if my bikes didn't have FI, you would think I rode a KLR.
Of course if you have something with more than 2 carbs or TB, then this is completely of no use.
I've got a twin max here in New Kent for ya to use............
Anyone need a couple motion lights? 20 bucks or a hearty lunch for both.
I'll take that offer!!! PM sent.
Multi 4-cylinder bike carb banks are divided in two sections, a left bank, and a right bank, and they each have balance screws.
Balance the left two, then balance the right two. Once that is done, connect your device to one of the carbs on the left, and one of the carbs on the right - then - balance the two banks with the central balance adjuster.
Same concept as using a TwinMax.
Thanks! Learned something new today
The big GS is getting closer. The old shocks are off and most of the wiring has been addressed. The rear shock was easy. All I had to do was drop the exhaust can, remove the rear mud guard and out it came. The front was a little more complex. With the tank removed I had to drop the engine guards, disconnect a brake line tree and remove the alternator cover. So far so good working solo.
In regards to wiring I found two broken or severed cords. One power cord to my tank bag and one to the intercom/GPS interface. I always wondered why my phone would never charge in my tank bag.... now I know.
The shocks come today but I fly out at 2:30 before they get here for a 4 day trip. Here is what the bike looks like today.
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