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  1. read the label , all oils are intermixable, except for peanut oil, don't mix peanut oil with Rotella or Rotella with peanut oil. Rotella will leave a bad taste in your mouth after using the deep fat frier.
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    New 690SMC Site

    In the new forum you mentioned all the mods. One mod is the Wheelie wire, where is it and what does it do. I am assuming that it give the ECU a different fuel / timing map
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    Welders Needed!!

    It can be done with a MIG, if you are good enough but, You need a good TIG welder to do it properly. It's very hard for some one to just tell you what you need mostly depends on your skill.
  4. I said bad info from someone doing something wrong. Tell us what you know about high altitude causing motors to blow, would love to hear that one.
  5. Compared to I-4 you will be short shifting, and using the low RPMs coming out of the corners, lots of people make a mistake on V-2 by running too high RPMs.
  6. SV 650 are very economical run and the eng can run several seasons without a problem, 2 seasons on mine already, I think Dirtygirl is passing bad info from someone who is doing something wrong, you don't need to run those V-2 past 10k rpms to make power. The 2 stroke bikes require lots more to keep them running.
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    Doing a Yamaha fork mod...need help

    What Bike do you have? I have 89 XT 600 and would like to do the same thing. I also have a 2000 WR 400 it would be a great resorce for measuring and fitment. Lets share some info.
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    XT500; Sorry, don't know where else to post?

    yes they are all right. decomp
  9. M 2000 WR 400 has been flogged for years on the same piston and valve train. I put in a hot cam with auto decompress and set the valve clearance 2 times, and it runs perfect. But who knows when motor will explode, I don't.
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    Why should I buy a Husqvarna

    And your point is what?
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    Why should I buy a Husqvarna

    Hello , I am wanting to replace my 89 Yamaha XT600. Not sure what to buy but looking at Huskys how are they, reliabilty, getting parts, dealer support, aftermarket, performance. I know a lot you guys on here are die hard husky fans, but I am worried about the things I listed above. All opinoins welcomed.
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    How to setup my suspension

    Best advice, take it to someone and pay $300 + to get it set up.
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    KTM's new LC4 replacment!

    UGGGly Looks like the designers were having to much vodka that day or night
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    03 YZ 250- stipped bolt on front wheel brake cable guard

    Also try retapping the same hole deeper and using a longer bolt to catch the deeper threds. be carefull out going bigger try going deeper first.
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    First 4-stroke

    That's funny I love my WR400, but I am going back to a 2 stroke, for the easier handling during 80 mile desert races! I just figured that I could not ride either to it's full potential, so why not have one that's easier to handle. Get the jetting right first thing! And don't try to ride it like a 2 stroke, spend some time getting used to it before going all out, it will kill you!