joshua_medeiros

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  1. Just did that, fits way better. Thanks man I appreciate it[emoji108]?[emoji108]?
  2. Is that the only thing I can do?
  3. Is the guard worth it? I was thinking if i ever get a few more dents of getting a new fmf fatty and getting a guard like that or even a carbon fibre one
  4. it feels snug but comfortable I just dont like how the goggles over lap like that.
  5. Just bought a fox v3 helmet online. I went into a store to look at helmets and found one I really liked. They only had a medium left, I asked 2 people who worked there and they both said the helmet was too big but they didn't have any smalls in stock because it was on clearance so I couldn't try on a small. I really wanted this helmet so I went online and found the same helmet and ordered it in small. Right when I tried it on I noticed how close the chin area was to my nose. When I put on my goggles the goggles were hitting the outside of the chin peice and it just looks off. I spent alot of money for this helmet so I want to make sure it fits well. I have a v1 and the the goggles fit in good. Please give me some feedback thanks
  6. Wrecked on my dirt bike a month ago. I haven't rode since because I got surgery on my elbow. Haven't had a two stroke for long. I'm just wondering if those dents will take away power or run different? Would I need a new pipe? Is there any CHEAP way to get them out? Thanks [emoji106]?
  7. Just ordered a fmf shorty silencer for my ktm 150sx since the cap on the oem bike flew off and lost it, also just wanted a new one. I never jetting a bike before, do I need a jet kit or do I just adjust the jets. If anyone could give advice or tell me what to do that would be great!
  8. Just bought a 2 stroke dirt bike for the first time. I do trail riding, for refuelling I will usually just do it before I go out for a ride but for long rides I'm wondering how to refuel at a gas station. Is it bad to put the right amount of oil in the bike first, then put the gas in and shake the bike. I was also thinking of carrying a empty 2L coke bottle and just premix into that about 3 times. Let me know what some of your ideas are.
  9. Just bought a 2010 ktm 150sx, fouled a plug. I called a ktm dealer close to me and oem spark plugs are $20. I went to Canadian tire. They had plug for the bike but it wasn't BR9 EcmIX. My question is, does it matter what spark plug you run? The picture is the one that was at Canadian Tire. It was 2 spark plugs for $11
  10. I also put the bike on the side to empty the carb with gas. Should I just take the plug out, kick with it out, then put the new plug in. I'm pretty sure the bike was flooded, I was kicking it all day.
  11. Is this hard? Do I need to take the carb right off the might or no?
  12. Yeah I know, it's snowing right now at my cottage so I just wanted to ride it around once. Regret it now
  13. How would I clean the needle jet?
  14. Hi I just bought at 2010 ktm 150sx 3 days ago. I am new to 2 strokes, before I had a ttr125 which had little to no maintenance. When I bought it, bike was running mint. Started first or second kick and ran really good. I was riding slow and revving up the engine in my backyard and I went to try to start it the next morning and it didn't start. Checked the spark plug and it was wet. I cleaned it with a towel and a wire brush. The first kick it would start right up but bog and died in ten seconds. Tried kicking, didn't start. Took the plug out and it was wet again. I did this many times and it was still wet. I'm buying a new spark plug tomorrow, I just don't want to spend 20$ and it gets wet the first kick. Please let me know suggestions what to do. Im new to this
  15. Hi I just bought at 2010 ktm 150sx 3 days ago. I am new to 2 strokes, before I had a ttr125 which had little to no maintenance. When I bought it, bike was running mint. Started first or second kick and ran really good. I was riding slow and revving up the engine in my backyard and I went to try to start it the next morning and it didn't start. Checked the spark plug and it was wet. I cleaned it with a towel and a wire brush. The first kick it would start right up but bog and died in ten seconds. Tried kicking, didn't start. Took the plug out and it was wet again. I did this many times and it was still wet. I'm buying a new spark plug tomorrow, I just don't want to spend 20$ and it gets wet the first kick. Please let me know suggestions what to do. Im new to this