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juliegail

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  1. juliegail

    Electric start not engaging?

    When you crashed ?, did you hit the clutch lever or purch at all. If you did the wire that goes the purch has a small switch it. its easy to brake off inside. That switch will not allow the bike to start
  2. juliegail

    Electric start not engaging?

    When you crashed ?, did you hit the clutch lever or purch at all. If you did the wire that goes the purch has a small switch it. its easy to brake off inside. That switch will not allow the bike to start
  3. juliegail

    When to check valves and piston

    Depennds on how much you ride and how hard?.I beat the living daylights out of my bike.So as a rule for me,it is about every 5-7 rides.I usually find 1 intake & 1 exhaust out of spec. Checking your valves are 10-20 in 20-30 ex.And yes the cams do have to come out.GOOD LUCK.
  4. I would love to join, but I have the E-model. but if you guys are planning to get down and dirty, ride to tower city. Over 10.000 acres plus to ride.You won't want a beer, your gonna want a bed. Let me know
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    02' DRZS stall, stumble, hard start

    If you ride off road check the 3 or 4 vacuum lines hanging down. What happens is those lines are vacuum and over flow . If you ride in mud or high water those lines can clog. Yamaha is known for that . GOOD LUCK
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    Can you recommend an oil

    Bottom line use silkolene 10-40 period. That other guy with the leaks and implosions and your bike will just die. I think he built way to many models with glue that didnt have the lemon smell to it . USE SILK 10-40 it works great.
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    Need front&rear hubs for DRZ400

    Im looking for front&rear hubs for 2002 DRZ400E.I have a stock Exhaust system for poss. trade or cash.Let me know if you have them. Thanks.
  8. juliegail

    Trailtech Endurance Questions

    First lose the cable. Then remove the speedo. Use the speedo bracket and hardware.BE CAREFULL when installing the plastic sensor on the caliper. DO NOT USE LOCKTITE ON THE SCREW! Trailtech works great. I can not wait for the new vapor to come out
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