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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by KayaKTM, Nov 22, 2010.
tubeless tire on a tubeless rim.
Sorry I was confusing the brand name Tubliss with a street oriented tubeless configuration. The ratchet strap or cheetah is your best bet.
So i scored a 70 degree subtank, Thanks to Adrianbrewster here. Super Big Mahalo!
I’m gonna guess a mid ‘70s Vette and a Cutlass?
Kyle, i have the same plate. I had to notch to allow more room for the gear lever on down shift. Is yours clearing?
Ha! Ya made me look (only ridden it once with that plate?) and no, I'd say I have a good 10mm of clearance.
Yes 72 Cutlass convertible, my everyday driver for over 20 years, and my my wife's toy- 77 corvette
Does anyone know if I can use the shock off a 2017 KTM 500 EXC on my 2011 Berg?
That would be a no sorry
Check out the listing here for my FE570. It's for sale!
It's a very fun bike and all, but my car suddenly decided it needs some attention. This'll just be in the way in the future for my garage...
Let me know if you want to make an offer.
Fun times this weekend
I spooned on a new cheater rear tire. It excelled in today's conditions!
I saw a Recluse 3.0 for a 390 on CL today. Used for about 25 hours. Are they worth it? $200 CAD
Debating going into the tank... Guessing, screen over pump can be cleaned. I'd need in tank filter, but what else? Pump supposedly changed by PO and it has in line filter instead of quick disconnect. So plan would be to change in tank filter, in line filter, and pop in new injector. Any orings and such that I'd need? There's a couple "sealing rings" on the parts diagram but they're quite expensive. Bike seems to run OK, although header gets quite hot very quickly (and it's ceramic coated). Worried she's a bit lean.
I would replace the pressure regulator with an aftermarket unit like this:
Out on the 610