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Tard Farm / Re: Last Post Wins - V3
« Last post by Electrojake on Today at 10:43:20 PM »
Battlecow vs. the peteKAT... This is gonna' get interesting.
If your frame is black (or have any black tubes of metal somewhere), I'd go with wrapping the key to it with about 2' of electrical tape. Somewhere not in the open, maybe near some plastics or something? Easy enough to reach but any passerby would assume it's holding a wire in place.
or in or around the fusebox. ;)
Also why not one in your wallet.

This is what I would do, back when I carried a wallet.
Odds n Ends / Re: Motorising a knee scooter
« Last post by yamahonkawazuki on Today at 06:29:37 PM »
potentially may have assembly complete tomorrow. have to pull engine/drive to line up and secure front mount, then re mount engine/drive , then drill and shorten rear supports, and mount those. then essentially im done.   except for controls.
Tard Farm / Re: Last Post Wins - V3
« Last post by yamahonkawazuki on Today at 05:27:59 PM »
kinda like what i have to do with the battlecow.  front hardware, far too short. had to get longer bolts to safely clear frame. plus had to make use of an sae hex key since hex key shipped didnt fit. but other than that all is well. going to acquire a long allen socket for a tool kit. so if the need arises i can tighten engine to mount.
 the unused or unusable bolts ill keep for spares for something. lol.
Projects / Builds, Racing and Tech / Re: ShowBizWolf's '98 GS
« Last post by ShowBizWolf on Today at 04:33:22 PM »
Finally took the bike for a ride yesterday. Only 2.5 miles from my house to work but I could see the difference the shock makes. Everything on it I set to standard according to the R6 owner's manual. Figured that's a good place to start!

After work, I took it for a little bit longer of a ride. People weren't kidding when they've said in the past how it really does transform the bike. I feel much more confident now in turns. Crazy!!

A co-worker chicky friend of mine wants to take a ride with me sometime soon. I'm looking forward to seeing the difference it makes when carrying a passenger. :woohoo:
Tard Farm / Re: Last Post Wins - V3
« Last post by ShowBizWolf on Today at 04:28:42 PM »
Beautiful!!! :D
I suppose there's a nice little screw on the right side of the engine, comes out, there's a stick attached? just tape it to that.. dunno what it's used for anyway, seems pretty useless.  :D
the buddha is wise,. the buddha is powerful :D. could the cct be clattering against the valve cover, ( since sound is predominantly at top?)

Don't you mean the Cam Chain is hitting something? Is that something you guys have seen before? I found two videos in YouTube with the same sound and a bunch of people posting under the reddit post for those videos having the same issue, but haven't found a single response saying that they have fixed it and how.

I am anxious to get my hands on that manual CCT...

On an unrelated note, I didn't empty the bows of the carbs before pulling them out and then started looking at them from all sides (which included turning them upside down. A bunch of gas started coming out of everywhere. Could I have done any damage or no? The bike ran fine after I put it back together so I am not too worried, but later I was reading that if you get gas on the diaphragms they will dry up and fall apart.
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