SmashingTrees

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  1. Well your bike is clapped just salvage it
  2. The circuit can be cut somewhere make sure all wires are connected and are frayed.
  3. Looking for the stickers to put on a 91 dr350 dirt model bike. Stickers or like a red yellow color
  4. I have a 91 and when it hasn' been on for a while I have to kic. if ridiculously hard with a boot and it barely starts up after many kicks and dies sometimes immediately after giving throttle ... usually I get it started by taking of the choke and running the bike super rich and it starts up after a few kicks... I have screw I can pretty much move the throttle so I just put it so it is almost revving out completely. No choke though
  5. I don' know how but my left rear turn signal does not work but when I use the left turn signal the front one works but my brake light flashes instead. It is a circuit problem I know but I am not sure from where
  6. Yeah I will try that method!! Thanks for the tips : )
  7. My bike usually starts after one kick cold but the weird thing is that the bike needs to sit in between start ups and it takes forever and when it starts the bike runs like it has no gas. The bike is a 1991 dirt model and has a mikuni carb. I don't know what an idle screw is but on my carb I have a screw that when I turn it it opens or closes the throttle as I move it
  8. So I can start my bike cold as long as it has been sitting for a while in one kick. But when I turn it off and try to turn on it doesn't want to start... can the carb not be delivering enough fuel maybe the pilot screw isn't good? Any ideas also it runs like if it needs more gas in the beginning so low idle with choke all the way out then I turn the idle screw a bit and seems to fix it and it runs perfectly just very difficult to start I maybe have messed the carb up and not adjusted it correctly
  9. It's much easier to stall the bike instead of turning off the petcock. Simply put it in gear, hold the brakes on and slowly let out the clutch to kill it. After my bike not running for a couple of days it started in one kick and didn't want to idle with the choke all the way out... then I adjusted the idle screw it ran well... then turned it off and on once.. then after I turned it off again it didn't want to start anymore.. I have not messed with the kick start or engine yet and don't think I will just yet not sure what the problem is
  10. It's much easier to stall the bike instead of turning off the petcock. Simply put it in gear, hold the brakes on and slowly let out the clutch to kill it. Okay so it wasn't that... yeah I will buy a gasket and post some pics and see if yall can help me out seeing something wrong I don't see
  11. Before I go taking the bike apart I forgot to mention that before I had the bike running then it all of a sudden stopped working... but when it was working the kill switch stopped working for some reason I am not sure why... and so I would let the engine turn off by turning the petcoc to off because the kill switch didn't work
  12. Should I make my own gasket or buy a gasket online?
  13. What I had just posted is pretty much the same thing I want to tell you... any advice? What I had just posted is pretty much the same thing I want to tell you... any advice?
  14. Okay I am probably going to take apart the engine I just want to know if there is any special tools or parts I need like gaskets oil, oil pan, or air tools to get inside and look around
  15. I did figure out how to but I can't get it running all it did was skid the back tire when I let go of the clutch