Kovz

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  1. where is the scratching in the cylinder? my 108 is worn to shit on the lower end (motor end of the cyl) and i dont get any oil blow by. you are oging to get some wear, but its shouldnt be that bad. is it possible there is something in your oil?
  2. im sick and got nothing better to do i just think its funny. the auction states its a kick starter...and it is a kick starter....... but this guy thinks its a kickstand
  3. thats not a kick stand. thats a kick starter that is upside down looks like a completely legit auction to me
  4. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/new%20folder%203/march7_01.jpg
  5. uhhhhh. iva always used that nut.... no problems
  6. there should be a 14mm nut on the flywheel. put a socket on it and have someone hold it then do your clutch nut. or you can use a strap type wrench and wrap it around the clutch basket itself.
  7. the bike must be started in neutral. if you have the lever pulled in while in gear trying to kick it over and it free spins, its working properly
  8. i think you can get softer springs, but you'l have to email sano to make sure.
  9. same forks, ishock, BBR+2.5 swingarm and it sits perfectly level with my 10" front. dont know what to tell ya, but most setups ive seen with a 12" the front sits higher, unless its a long travel swingarm with like +4 or +5"
  10. you can always keep the stock flywheel, have it lightened, and get the clutch kit. going to that style clutch is almost the same as going to the inner rotor with a crank clutch. the flywheel will help you from stalling a little. then down the road if you want alittle more rev out of it, get the inner rotor.
  11. you can try to run the inner rotor witha crank mounted clutch........ just dont over rev, and make sure when you downshift it doesnt over rev. mine blew up on a downshift when it reved up. of course, this is just my opinion, i had seen it before i put that clutch in my bike, i knew the risk, i took the chance, it bit me in the ass...... and cleaning the whole motor isnt fun.
  12. you only option with the inner rotor is to buy the $1000 takegawa ot kitaco Primary drive clutch with tranny set. here is what my 108 inner rotor did to the TB manual clutch http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/boom1.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/boom2.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/boom3.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/boom4.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/boom5.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/KovzR6/boom6.jpg i forked out the $$$ for the takegawa 3 speed/clutch combo...... VERY nice and ive pounded the shit out of it on the mini motard track ands its holding up great. the downside is it does tned to stall easier, but im not really affected by it with the riding i do. if you keep your flywheel your'll be fine with a crank mounted clutch. the inner rotor revs too fast and the clutch cant keep up.
  13. i got room with the take' 3 speed/clutch and the BBR big bore
  14. a grinder works well