novajustin

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About novajustin

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  1. i run a 51 tooth sprocket on my bike. i got it when i first bought the bike (when i weighed about 30lbs more than i do now) and it worked great pulling me around the track, but out at the desert i run out of gears real fast. i've been meaning to pick up a 49 tooth for a while now just haven't gotten around too it.. i would say for trails the 51 tooth would work great, keeps the revs up and has gobs of torque, but at the track i would probably rather run a 49 since the tracks i ride are mostly 2nd and top of 3rd gear.
  2. if you have your stockers laying around collecting dust, i would love to take them off your hands for a fair ammount!! i need a new rear wheel for my paddle and dont have the time to build up a wheel!! if you or anyone you know is looking to get rid of their stock wheels for some cash let me know!!
  3. if you have your stockers laying around collecting dust, i would love to take them off your hands for a fair ammount!! i need a new rear wheel for my paddle and dont have the time to build up a wheel!! if you or anyone you know is looking to get rid of their stock wheels for some cash let me know!!
  4. get out on a track and get back in shape!! your body will appreciate the effort
  5. i use the honda gear oil in my bike. i figure if its good enough for factory honda to use, its good enough for me
  6. hmm i wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that the zip ty one is aluminum and not the same metal as the stock screw? the one i have from white bros is the same exact metal as the stock fuel screw... HHMMMMMM
  7. im using the white bros. one and mine is solid in there. no movement and im at 1 3/4 turns out..
  8. drilled your own hole in the impeller? just one? sounds like a cheap alternative to buying the updated waterpump kit! got any pics of the hole you made?
  9. to those of you who have the aftermarket fuel screws falling out, you might want to check your carb for a couple parts that may have been lost in the transfer. this happend to me and i found that when i took the stock fuel screw out i must have dropped the small little washer that goes between the o-ring and the spring. once i got the torn up o-ring out of the carb i went to a honda dealer and bought a full stock fuel screw assembly. put everything back in and the aftermarket screw has stayed put since.