HotCorner

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  1. Is it cranking or nothing when you hit the switch?
  2. I bought one of these for the rear rotor for a reasonable price: http://www.wheelingcyclesupply.com/images/products/YAAIbX8AAAEAABeGmWsAAAAE-10234.jpg
  3. 310 MM front rotors on the SM; I think it's a 240 MM on the rear. I have an extra set for my 18/21 dirt wheels so I don't have to move the rotors from wheelset to wheelset. Technically, the SM forks are a little stiffer than the E/S forks. Spacers are the same, so you don't need different spacers. Also, when you put the dirt wheels on the SM, it will lean over a lot more on the kickstand because the SM kickstand is shorter. Speedo will be about -15% if you put a 21 on the front of a SM.
  4. I have a plated XRR with a TN title and it didn't even have the Baja Designs kit installed yet.
  5. I am going to order Loctite 680 or 638 retaining compound for the job. It was recommended by the Loctite rep. It's for industrial usage and fills gaps (spline - sprocket gap) better than blue or red.
  6. I have a similar carb on mine (from a '98 YZ400F) and, after modifying the AP and tossing the TPS, it rocks. I have listed in that thread my jetting for a 400 with an MRD/SSW exhaust, 3x3, and a K&N at about 1000' above sea level. Might try a 165 main next time I have the carb off for comparison sake. http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=842679&highlight=
  7. Does this happen after it's ridden or just sitting?
  8. I was having a hell of a time vacuum bleeding my front brakes. Kept getting bubbles coming out of the bleeder and wondering ""WT F?" Sooo.... I removed bleeder from the caliper and wrapped the bleeder's threads (about 3 times around) with Teflon tape, taking care to not wind the tape down onto the hole at near the inside tip of the bleeder. The bleeder screwed back in with some resistance, but the threads are sealed up so the Mityvac doesn't pull air in around them. Works fine now and only fluid pulls through once the bubbles are pulled from the system. Just thought you'd like to know.
  9. Worked for me too.
  10. I believe that Eddie will tell you about 60HP N/A.
  11. How in the world could it happen? The bottom of the sprocket's protected by (1) the chain guide and (2) the chain itself.
  12. The old yeller DRZ.
  13. Sounds like it may have been previously on the rich side and now it's a little on the lean side. Rejet or live with it, I guess. Give it a couple squirts with the AP pump before you try starting itif you think it's lean. Personally, I'd live with it if it's running well. Chokes are there for a reason.
  14. There is more than one kind of Yoshi system that will fit, but i suggest a new MRD/SSW for the price of a used Yosh. Loud pipes save lives. : YMMV.
  15. There's at least one for sale on supermotojunkie.com.