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You turn the thing on the right side of the handlebar to make the engine go faster.

Really, I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but in the time it took you to ask, you could have examined your bike. You ride the thing, take a few minutes exploring your machine, not the web. Think of it as a safety issue.

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You turn the thing on the right side of the handlebar to make the engine go faster.

Really, I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but in the time it took you to ask, you could have examined your bike. You ride the thing, take a few minutes exploring your machine, not the web. Think of it as a safety issue.

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You turn the thing on the right side of the handlebar to make the engine go faster.

Really, I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but in the time it took you to ask, you could have examined your bike. You ride the thing, take a few minutes exploring your machine, not the web. Think of it as a safety issue.

was thinking the same thing, just didnt have the heart to tell him

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was thinking the same thing, just didnt have the heart to tell him

Maybe 99% of the brethren were with you on that....

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You turn the thing on the right side of the handlebar to make the engine go faster.

Really, I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but in the time it took you to ask, you could have examined your bike. You ride the thing, take a few minutes exploring your machine, not the web. Think of it as a safety issue.

Nope, I think me asking and knowing exactly which panels to take off saves me more time than just pulling things off randomly.

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what he was saying is that all you have to do is look under the rear fender and you would see it.. it would take less than a minute to inspect your bike and find it. not to sound like a jerk

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You turn the thing on the right side of the handlebar to make the engine go faster.

Really, I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but in the time it took you to ask, you could have examined your bike. You ride the thing, take a few minutes exploring your machine, not the web. Think of it as a safety issue.

Nope, I think me asking and knowing exactly which panels to take off saves me more time than just pulling things off randomly.

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Alright, I think he gets it, guys. We don't know his circumstances. He's a new member, maybe new to riding... could've just got his bike today. This forum has a reputation for being friendly and helpful, usually no matter how repetitious (or silly) the question, and I don't think this guy's question should be the exception.

Now if it were one of the regulars asking this question, then that's a different story :lol:

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No one is forced to answer.. :lol: Not interested in the thread don’t click it... :)

This one is done question asked and answered.

Pleases take a moment of silence for the horse that was beat to death in the process of finalizing this thread.

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