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  1. 00boob


    All good advice but I would take away it's lighter and hide all the matches!
  2. OK I will look BUT FIRST... WTF is in that thing in the background?!?
  3. That's not nice! I know people with downs (they're much smarter)!
  4. Is there a question you wanted to ask or....
  5. OH NO! You cant mean it! Not the dreaded FAKE NEWS!! At least I don't get my OPINIONS from a horses ass, and actually believe it!
  6. I believe this would be a good video to show a beginner! Someone who is thinking about getting into backcountry single track. It is a perfect example of the type of terrain they are (eventually) likely to encounter and of the importance of the mental aspect in this sport. The ability to put fear out of your mind and concentrate on the task at hand. I think this guy just got spooked, he panicked and CHOKED. It can and has happened to us all at some point. You cannot flow if you're PSYCHED OUT!
  7. Oh! wait, I just noticed you're from downunda! Your engine specs may vary from USDM! sorry don't think I can help!
  8. All the specs I find say STD. bore is 73mm. with a 17mm wrist pin. If you are sure of your measurements, then your con rod is not OEM either. Did you buy this bike used, or did you have a shop work on the engine? Is the top of the piston marked? "STD" maybe?
  9. You might try reaching out to these folks https://www.xpsa.com.au/products I looked on their site and while I did not see a wiring diagram, they do manufacture/market these voltage regulators https://www.xpsa.com.au/?rf=kw&kw=ESR012+ho08 so they may be able to help! Just out of curiosity, what is the issue/ symptom you are experiencing? Maybe some one can help.
  10. This video is gaining a lot of traction. Starting to filter into other outlets. https://www.bike-urious.com/video-intermission-schofield-pass-crash-into-the-waterfall/?utm_source=wysija&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dailyemail I would not be surprised to see it on AP or UPI if it isn't already!
  11. These seem to be logical possibilities and procedures. Is it also possible to have caused damage to or at the cam journals or load bearing surfaces on the head or valve cover? That amount of binding sounds EXCESSIVE to say the least. I would definitely NOT attempt to rotate the engine further without a positive ID and alleviation of the cause. I would disassemble, the top end, all the while inspecting for more recent wear or witness marks to gain clues as to where the binding is occurring (ones that were not there previous to assembly) Also; as you expose the bearing surfaces of the components, drag a finger nail over those surfaces to ID any wear ridges or troughs. I'm sure you have already done this but go over the assembly procedure again both mentally and with a factory manual to try to determine where the problem occurred. That's all I can think of. I'm sure others on this site with more experience than I will be able to add to this advice. GOOD LUCK!!
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