Serg Orlovskiy

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About Serg Orlovskiy

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  1. used a dremel to cut slits down and chisel and hammered it out that was easy! thanks everyone getting ready to go to bend oregon "chinaHAT" made a video of me doing the second ones came out terrible dremel broke and had to go to the store and it started raining as i had it setup outside ha, check out my youtube going to adding more raw moto footage from the pacific northwest USA stay tuned! check out my instagram also: sxvxgeserg ill follow back!
  2. alpinestar fluid tech brace you won't regret it, enduro... mx... your gonna fall off. a simple tip over standstill fall over can seriously injure yourself , and for the upper body check out the alpine star bionic tech jacket. best investments I've made fallen at high speeds on gravel not a scratch. spendy but i don't even feel like I'm wearing anything and slept multiple days with it on ha.
  3. okay thanks guys will update when i attempt this later in the day if i can collapse the outer bearing and pull it I'm sure i can punch out the second one easily
  4. So i bought a 2010 husqvarna wr300 from a terrible owner, after doing a complete bottom end overhaul, was going to grease the swing arm bearings also then i discovered the bearings where in terrible condition rusted and the needles just fell right out. Honestly looked like they've never been greased. any tips on how to remove them? I've tried my bearing puller and a torch no luck and the threaded rod and socket method the lips of the bearing are broken and so small the socket keeps slipping out and couldn't get it budge. i have a press but i used it to get bearings out of SWINGARM, CUSHION RELAY it worked for one of the holes and the second hole the socket underneath i used to "catch the bearing" just straight up crushed into the aluminum housing and had to get a whole new one at least it came with all the bearing installed already... so I'm really trying to avoid messing up the swing arm using that. was thinking of using a dremel to slightly cut the bearing and pry it out anyonee have any suggestions?
  5. old fuel could be a problem (I non ethanol gas in all my machines prevents this problem and doesn't gunk up ur engine), and check the boot to wire connection that attaches to the plug(you can twist it into the wire) and other than that a new plug and a clean carb it should fire right up
  6. So my 2010 wr 300 keeps having an issue where it keeps breaking the pushrod and i cant figure out the problem or anything on the internet about it, I have a rekulse core 3.0 exp installed it keeps snapping right before it touches the actuator arm where it wears fourth one I installed and cant figure out why it keeps snapping it runs great for a around 20miles and then it ends up snapping