Do you notice the pictures are taken in three different locations? Inside a garage, outside with a garage door background and a dirt yard/trailer park.
The bike doesn't run but moves it around for...
Very unfortunate, sorry to hear about your experience.
I was curious about the profile of cowboy77, but not much to read.
I joke.... Who...
I think you may be contributing a new solution to this forum. (Nothing I've seen before in any event.)
Yes, I agree with your assessment. It matches what I have read and experience myself. I believe the extra little bit of tension on the drive train when in gear, clutch lever pulled fully, settles the...
Welcome! Thank you for sharing your background. I enjoyed reading how you take advantage of the nature around you and share it with others.
"useless bystanders at best"
A very succinct result for some of these products.
I'm very pleased that several gas stations near me offer ethanol free products.
Piling weight on the rear is one technique.
Tucking a stick of sufficient length between the ground and the bottom of the fork is another.
There is a connecter but it's far back and awkward to access. I suspect you want the connection to be much closer to the fairing?
You will need two two female and two male connectors. Definitely...
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Anti-virus can be as complicated as you want it to be. It's a huge marketplace with small and large players. My two cents? Follow the KISS principle and stick with what you know.
Even the best AV...
Nice shot - colour of the motorcycle against the fall leaves really pops.
I can see why changing the oil is causing you ask questions.
While it may seem to make sense to delay oil changes due to low mileage, the problem is that low mileage. For example, the oil in an...
Glad you've got it sorted. And what a surprise to hear you've lived in Alberta! You may be pleased to know Aussies remain well represented here, particularly in Banff and Jasper.
I've been to...
I agree with Max regarding the rectifier/regulator. The regulator/rectifier is what limits voltage output. Too high is a sure sign that it has a problem.
The stator works in unison and so...
I tend to agree with you regarding the rectifier/regulator. The stator works in unison and so replacing one means you should replace both. (And neither is expensive, particularly given the option of...
Electricity runs two ways on a wire.
The circuit is directed wired to the battery - where does CANBUS come into it?
If you are going to a 'cobbler', I'd offer they'd be well suited to suggest materials and provide the tools.
Re-upholstery requires some skill to do well.
If you haven't bought them already, I have these exchanger pipe O rings I can send you.
Send me a private...
Normally, I would look to the battery as the culprit. But seeing as how you could kill the engine and restart, followed by full lighting and instrumentation, the battery does not seem to be the...
It's long enough. Nice choice.
I noticed it's 5/8ths as opposed to 16mm. I suspect this will be no problem, given how close those two measurements are.
IMO the coil tool for $11 is worth it. The coils are, what I would describe, as firmly in place - especially if they haven't been removed for a few years. Yes, they can be removed with strength, and...
You'll want to Google "LED Turn Signals Blinking Too Fast (Hyperflashing)"
I'm guessing the bulbs are from eBay/Amazon/Alibaba?
There's a bit of engineering required for a LED replacement to 1)...