MTNCRAZY406

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About MTNCRAZY406

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  1. IT IS USED AS THE BLEEDER. YOU PUT THE REAR BRAKE LEVER A FEW TIMES, HOLD IT DOWN, CRACK THE TORX IN CENTER OF BOLT OPEN A LITTLE. YOU WILL SEE SOME BUBBLES, MAYBE HEAR SOME AIR ESCAPING. REPEAT THIS A FEW TIMES IF NECESSARY. WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT LET THE LEVER UP WHILE TORX VALVE IS OPEN, IT WILL LET A LOT OF AIR INTO THE SYSTEM AND ITS A PAIN TO GET IT OUT. THESE BRAKE SYSTEMS CAN BE A REAL BIG PAIN TO DO, SO IF YA NEED MORE HELP, REPLY TO THIS AND I WILL LEAVE YOU MY NUMBER. GOOD LUCK!!!
  2. You can run a washer stack in the bike as long as you have the bigger pipe and carb. If you only have the stock ones, the bike wont even pull. You can also change the gearing up, kind of depends what type of tracks you ride.
  3. The mini is a great motocross bike for a kid starting out. I'd buy the 03, due to the fact that a lot of parts on the 02's- 08's are interchangable.
  4. You can use really about any red atf fluid. I use b&m trick shift from o reilly auto parts. X2 on the clutch springs. Washers are fun to adjust and play with, but a pain to maintain.
  5. Looks like he colored them, the rear brake line looks like something off of a pit bike. If its sound and looks like a good bike, buy it. These things are bulletproof and last forever.