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  1. trjc27

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    would the red spring also work in a '16 150sx? how do you change it?
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    is it normal

    i loosened the mounting bolts after reading that and the pipe shifted a little bit so maybe that will fix it because i don't think it always made that noise
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    is it normal

    ok thank you [emoji1362]
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    is it normal

    video of the bike making the ping i am talking about
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    All 2016 150 SX/TC Owners!!

    sounds like you have an excessively high float level which will make your jetting rich and cause all the problems you have reported. watch a youtube video on how to set it and then do it. even my bike that was running good had an out of spec float level. setting that is the first step to jetting your bike
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    is it normal

    for two strokes to make a pinging sound which sounds like it's coming from the pipe? i would attach a video if i knew how but i was just wondering if anyone else's bike does this and if it's safe.
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    Bike vibrates more after jetting change??

    found the missing o ring, installed it and the problem is solved [emoji51]
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    Bike vibrates more after jetting change??

    i am thinking that the problem is not that, i also took the front end apart to re grease the steering bearings at the same time as i did the jetting and i believe that i may have not assembled it right or may have lost a part or remounted the handle bars wrong
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    I'm going to throw this bike off a cliff...

    or if you can't figure it out an experienced rider/mechanic or a dealership can
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    I'm going to throw this bike off a cliff...

    take off seat, radiator shrouds, gas tank, side number plates, silencer, take out the bottom two subframe screws (hold on the number plates) loosen top subframe screws, flip up subframe so the air boot is passed the rear shock, and remove carb[emoji1360][emoji1360] long process but works
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