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About WyoDave

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  1. I bought an XL and the cheek pads were a bit snug to start, but nothing too bad. My dad liked my helmet so much that he bought one too. His came with different even thicker cheek pads and it was impossible to put on. We took the cheek pads out of both, mine were marked XL while his were marked L/XL. With the cheek pads pulled out the rest of the helmet fit correctly. I don't know how I got lucky, but I am really liking my Airoh.
  2. I bought the lectron because you aren't supposed to have to adjust it for altitude, and my experience agrees with this. Even though my stock carb was still rich at 4500' there was a dramatic difference between how my bike ran there and at 9500'. I picked up the adjusting tool, but so far I haven't used it yet. I am thinking of going 1/4 turn leaner on the rod and a 1/4 turn richer on the powerjet, just to see how it acts.
  3. For me getting the lectron was all about altitude changes. I typically ride from 4500 feet to around 10,000. I have really enjoyed it so far. After riding mine a buddy quickly put one on his bike. I didn't ride with the stock carb very much, and the couple rides I did have on it I know it was running RICH, so I can't do any kind of reasonable comparison. I can say I am very happy with it. Only thing I don't like is that the choke is a pain to get to.
  4. I added a left hand rear brake to my bike. When I went to reverse bleed I couldn't get anything to happen and even made a mess when I blew the syringe off trying. I messed around with different things but was finally able to get it working when I pulled the bleed screw all the way out, cleared a bit of what looked like teflon tape from the end and tried again. I don't know why it would block from reverse bleeding when I could bleed the regular way, but whatever was going on I was able to push fluid all the way up to the master cylinder on the bars afterward.
  5. Nice, thank you, that is what I was hoping it would be like. I wasn't sure I was prepared to disassemble my entire shock if I get one.
  6. I saw some shocks need to be taken apart to install the xtrig. Is this the case with Betas?
  7. Lol, bike made it out pretty well, it has a "customized" rear fender now, but nothing too bad.
  8. Yeah, just enough of it to kick him to the side like that. I have changed cameras and will hopefully not miss exciting things like that in the future.
  9. I just need to get my camera aimed higher if he is going to do stunts like that.
  10. Buddy was fine after this spill, but seeing him drop off the edge was a bit startling.
  11. I saw those the other day, I melted my right side stock protector and am looking to replace them. Any ideas on where to order those here in the US? So far I can't find them for Beta.
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    Only had the bike for just over a week, but loving it so far. Good grunt off the bottom and pulls as much as I can handle.
    Only had the bike for just over a week, but loving it so far. Good grunt off the bottom and pulls as much as I can handle.