buzzcutter1

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  1. About 8 inches thick. Supposedly 3 inches will hold a truck. I'll go out on 5+.
  2. About 10 of my buddies and I are heading to Phoenix in May. We're renting and riding bikes and quads for a couple days. Guess the plan is to ride around theTable Mesa Road area. None of us has ever been and the guy we're meeting there rides a utility quad. Anyone have suggestions or recommendations of any specific areas. We'd like to ride pretty laid back stuff since we dont want to be exhausted for the rest of our vacation.
  3. Richen pilot and fuel screw.
  4. Check for air leaks. If no leaks then go out on the fuel screw. If you have to turn out to far go bigger on the pilot jet. Guarranteed to work.
  5. Last time I hit a puddle like that in 3rd gear wide open I broke a thumb, bruised some ribs and tore some muscles in my back. Skidplate + deep water + speed = skiing = no steering. Trees hurt.
  6. What a little bitch!! OW OW OW!!! Get away Travis. Ow OW:cry:
  7. Sorry I forgot to post link for vids. All vids are extremely helpful. Buy one of each. Very informative and simple step by step instructions. http://motopowervideo.com/
  8. these vids are very helpful. Worth the money.
  9. I have also considered a new exhaust but after doing some research have decided on some hotcams. Seems like a wise choice, especially considering the price.
  10. Lots of info here on TT. http://www.thumperfaq.com/jetting.htm
  11. You may want to buy a couple different size pilot jets cause they don't come in a JD Kit. Helped my bikes performance a ton with proper pilot and JD Kit.
  12. Here is more- http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=309069 http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=353125
  13. Try cleaning jets. I had same problem.
  14. It's all right on TT. Like you I had no idea how to jet or even about what jetting really was. I used to pay for my street bike to be jetted (now I want to punch myself for it). Jetting is actually pretty simple. It just takes some trial and error. Grab yourself a JD Jet kit and start there (maybe a fuel screw too if you don't have an aftermarket one). Here is what helped me. http://www.thumperfaq.com/jetting.htm Dig around right here on thumpertalk cause there is plenty more. There is a walkthrough somewhere with pics (very helpful) There is also videos for sale here on TT that are helpful. I bought the valve maintnence and carb vids both are very well put together. http://www.motopowervideo.com/