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Jman4960

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About Jman4960

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  1. Sick truely sick. I like that. I can't do that good on an atv LOL. I'll try though. (crash) Hope I can get a person to take the pics.
  2. vaccum piston or jetting probs? I have a Trx 300 that i'm working on. It's a 92 and has carb issues. Here is what it's doing as of right now. It runs but as soon as you hit the gas it starts to bring up the needle from the main jet. No prob there until you hit about 1/4 way into the throttle. Then the vaccum piston starts fluttering causing the fuel to come through the main jet. When this happens it pulls the fuel in and causes it to die from being to rich. I would like to know what I could do to fix this problem. I have already had the carb completely apart and back together. I cleaned every circuit, jet, bowl, and float. I thought maybe there was a small pin hole in the old piston so i bought one and it continued to do the same thing. (the story that i was told how it started doing this) This guy had it and he used it deer hunting and for riding around. He was never hard on it. Well last fall he put it into storage in his back garage. He drained the fuel out of the tank and carb. this spring he brought it out and put in new fuel and filled it with fresh gas. He started it and it ran like i described above. It almost sounds like part deterioration from setting over the winter. Please help I'm at my end of my mind. LOL
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    If you take out the spark arrestor doesn't that leave it with very little back pressure and cause premature wear? I know that they do tend to back fire alittle more. Just buy an aftermarket pipe. Jsan,, I have seen a 250ex that made it 4yrs before self distructing. This kid never took care of this bike and had it barried upside down in a water hole filled with sand. There was sand inside the crankcase, clutch spring, and rear brake drum. There was sand everywhere. He ran this bike for (I'm not chittin0 about 4 weekends straight before it fried the rod to the crank shaft. Also one small important note. When you buy the crankshaft the rod comes with it. (At least thats what www.ronnies.com sold it as.) This Kid was an awesome rider and he was only 14. You would have to see him ride to believe what he did to this bike. All the pain and suffering it went through. I'm suprised the wheels are still holding on to the hubs.
  4. I have a Trx 300 that i'm working on. It's a 92 and has carb issues. Here is what it's doing as of right now. It runs but as soon as you hit the gas it starts to bring up the needle from the main jet. No prob there until you hit about 1/4 way into the throttle. Then the vaccum piston starts fluttering causing the fuel to come through the main jet. When this happens it pulls the fuel in and causes it to die from being to rich. I would like to know what I could do to fix this problem. I have already had the carb completely apart and back together. I cleaned every circuit, jet, bowl, and float. I thought maybe there was a small pin hole in the old piston so i bought one and it continued to do the same thing. (the story that i was told how it started doing this) This guy had it and he used it deer hunting and for riding around. He was never hard on it. Well last fall he put it into storage in his back garage. He drained the fuel out of the tank and carb. this spring he brought it out and put in new fuel and filled it with fresh gas. He started it and it ran like i described above. It almost sounds like part deterioration from setting over the winter. Please help I'm at my end of my mind. LOL