For those of you that might have a motorcycle with tubeless tires, Project Farm has published this review of four of the tubeless tire plugging systems on the market. The Grand Pit Stop plugger seems to be a clone of the Stop and Go plugging system that I have in my toolbox. Or perhaps the Chinese company has bought out Stop and Go. Unfortunately, this review only addresses plugging car tires, but it is still interesting and potentially useful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcyscXvmXeY
I recently had to remove the brake disc's 6mm-drive hex head retaining screws on my Royal Enfield Bullet, which are steel and threaded into hard aluminum. Three of the screws were not about to be unscrewed and whacking them with a hammer-propelled impact driver only chewed up the hex depressions. So to remove them I eventually had to slice the tops of the screws using a Dremel tool and grinding wheel and I then used the wheel to cut a ramp into the side of the screw tops as shown in the...
Hi all. I’m new here and new to this particular bike. Please dont blast me if this has been covered/resolved already. I looked but couldn’t find anything. Problem is this. I have a 2012 f800gs that at 60mph the ABS light will come on. I can ride all day below that speed with no problem but once I hit 60+ the light comes on. Ive checked the rings, sensors, wires, and plugs. I hooked it to a scanner and got “front and rear wheel speed sensor: signal implausible (slip)”. With the code...
f you are interested in reading a very long and detailed discussion regarding gasoline and its use in motorcycles, here is a link to an article that was just published by Motorcycle.com:https://www.motorcycle.com/features/everything-you-need-to-know-about-motorcycle-fuel.html
Hi I’m upgrading springs in front forks and would like to know if someone has measurements of the black sliding sleeve that sits under the spring?
Looks like mine has been played with having a spacer top and bottom and I would like to go back to standard with the new springs,need the height of sleeve?
f you ever fall over and damage your F800/700/650's shift selector shaft mechanism, here is a video showing how to replace it easily without even needing to drain the oil out of the engine. Anyone should be able to perform this task in their garage with a few common tools, after buying the necessary replacement parts: