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Old 06-17-2010, 03:26 AM
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Default Re: hi by thunderkiller from Turkey

Welcome to the forum, Onder. It looks like things went together for you. The ideal is for the engine to sit so that the carburetor is more level, but it will probably run OK. I would suggest walking a bit with the bike, clutch disengaged with the clutch lever... watching the drive chain go around to see if everything is lining up well and not wanting to jump off the rear sprocket. Make sure your chain guide is secure. Some people drill a small hole through it and into the bike frame and put in a bolt or screw so that it can't twist and wreck your spokes. Have fun riding and welcome to the forum.
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