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About mmarker469

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    Michigan
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  1. mmarker469

    Carolina Riders Connection

    I am moving to Charleston next week from Michigan. I ride a KX250F and stick to mainly single track dirt bike trails. What is the riding like down in the Carolinas or even north Georgia, and where is most of the trails located? Is their any riding groups that I could hook up witj . Im use to riding 4-5 hrs to go riding so traveling time isnt a big deal.
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    Valve Job

    Only one of my intake valves are out of spec...Is it alright if i just cut the intakes valve seats and put OEM intake valves in? Or do I have to replace the exhaust at the same time.
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    Powdercoating help

    arent the valve cover magnesium? better make sure they donts bake it to hot because mag. is very flammable
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    Shes wet! sno camo graphics

    Whats up with the wrinkles in the seat cover? Are they kind of working like a step seat. JK. It looks good for a honda though
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    The future is here

    wouldnt that be to ridgid of a frame
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    helicoil on the drain bolt? piece broke off in case!

    try put oil back in bike and see if it comes out when you drain it
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    ASV Lever Issue

    I have adjusted the freeplay at the inline adjuster as well as the clutch perch adjuster. It got to what is should be but it seems like there is not much threads left in the inline adjuster for any more safe adjustments.
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    ASV Lever Issue

    Has any body had this problem? I bought the ASV lever set and it seems that the clutch cable has more slack now. Tried a new clutch cable (thought maybe it was stretched) bu no difference.
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    Pissed at MotoSport

    Spent like 200 bucks at Motosport last weekend, but they went send any of my stuff until all of it is in stock. Which sucks because my bike is in a million pieces and want at least some of the stuff to start putting it back together. By the way everything is in stock except the aluminum gas cap I order which is on 4week back order (broke my other cap when my buddy pass block me into the tree not to mention cracked my helmet).
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    PC Clutch Cover

    Has anyone bought the PC clutch cover? I was wondering if it has a sight glass to check your oil. Also, how well does the paint wear on it?
  11. Last fall I put a DynoJet kit in my 06 KX250F. When I took it for a ride the bike seemed to be running hot (a little coolant coming out the overflow). Should I switch to the Pro Circuit Specs (have PC pipe) or do you recommend any different jetting?
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    Fellow KX250F Riders Please Fill Out

    Hello fellow 250f owners. Could you please take a few seconds of your time and fill out this customer survey and PM it to me? I need to get at least 50 riders to fill it out. Thanks for helping a fellow rider out. Vehicle Hitch Mounted Pneumatic Assisted Motorcycle Lift and Carrier Customer Survey Do you own a motorcycle? yes/no Age? Gender? Male/Female 1. Select max weight range of product: a) 50-60 lbs b)60-100 lbs c)100-150 lbs 2. Select ideal motorcycle weight limit: a)150-200 lbs 200-250 lbs c) 300-350lbs d) 400-450lbs 3. What type of vehicle do you drive? a) ½ ton pickup SUV c) MiniVan d) ¾-1 ton pickup e)Other_________ 4. Select max cost range of product: a) $150-300 $300-450 c) $450-600 d) $600-750 5. Assembly time of product: a) 0-30min b)30-60min c)1hr-2hr 6) Tools required for assembly: a) none hand tools c) power tools 7) Type of receiver hitch: a) 1 ¼” 2” 8) Available accessories: a) none gas can holder c) air tools (tire inflation) d)hitch drop 9) Lift range: a) 18-24” 24-30” c) 30+” 10) Max length from vehicle bumper lift hangs out: a) 12-15” 15-20” c) 20-25” d) 25-30” e) 30-35”
  13. Hello fellow thumpertalkers. Could you please take a few seconds of your time and fill out this customer survey and PM it to me? I need to get at least 50 riders to fill it out. Thanks for helping a fellow rider out. Vehicle Hitch Mounted Pneumatic Assisted Motorcycle Lift and Carrier Customer Survey Do you own a motorcycle? yes/no Age? Gender? Male/Female 1. Select max weight range of product: a) 50-60 lbs b)60-100 lbs c)100-150 lbs 2. Select ideal motorcycle weight limit: a)150-200 lbs 200-250 lbs c) 300-350lbs d) 400-450lbs 3. What type of vehicle do you drive? a) ½ ton pickup SUV c) MiniVan d) ¾-1 ton pickup e)Other_________ 4. Select max cost range of product: a) $150-300 $300-450 c) $450-600 d) $600-750 5. Assembly time of product: a) 0-30min b)30-60min c)1hr-2hr 6) Tools required for assembly: a) none hand tools c) power tools 7) Type of receiver hitch: a) 1 ¼” 2” 8) Available accessories: a) none gas can holder c) air tools (tire inflation) d)hitch drop 9) Lift range: a) 18-24” 24-30” c) 30+” 10) Max length from vehicle bumper lift hangs out: a) 12-15” 15-20” c) 20-25” d) 25-30” e) 30-35”
  14. I am currently starting on my senior project to finish up my ME Degree. Can you please fill out the survey below and PM it to me. I need to get at least 50 fellow riders. I hope you can take a few minutes of your time to help out a fellow four stroke rider. This is a market research survey to see what charachteristics you would like in a product like this. This is not a survey about how you like this product. Vehicle Hitch Mounted Pneumatic Assisted Motorcycle Lift and Carrier Customer Survey Direction: Please grade each characteristic from 1-10; grade 1 being the most important characteristic and 10 being the least important characteristic. Choose each grade only once. Please circle (bold) applicable grade. Do you own a motorcycle? yes/no Age? Gender? Male/Female 1. Durability of the product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2. Compactness of the design. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3. Weight of the product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4. Ease of use of the product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5. Cost of the product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6. Design of tie-down system. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7. Weight limit of product (motorcycle weight limit). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8. Reliability of product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9. Vehicle limit of product (tongue weight limit). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10. Versatility of the product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  15. This weekend I went to the sand dunes. First, ride all season. This winter I installed a DynoJet Jet Kit. I already had a procircuit GP system and twin air filter. I installed the jets recommended for altitudes lower than 3000ft and performance exhaust. While at the dunes i noticed everytime I would come back from riding there would be a couple of drips below the carburator. At the end of the day I was waiting to get on the dunes (i was idiling a long time) my bike overheated. My first question is with the few drops of gas coming out of the overflow should i change my pilot settings and fuel mixture screw or is this normal? Second question, is my bike leaning out if it overheated or did it overheat because it doesnt have a cooling fan and there was no air passing thru the radiator since it was idiling? The bike ran real well all day and had no problems from it overheating until I was idiling.
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