Originally Posted by leo
yes, it was a beer can. :-)
Bush, i do believe...
What did you do with the beer? <stupid question>
Here is a beer as a necessary adjunct to CC'ing a head:
It is a fine home crafted ale made from true malted barley and hops.
Absolutely nothing to do with the CC'ing process of course...
I don't have a great problem getting the NT carb to seal, even without the "O"ring or sealer.
Use the "O"ring and push the carb on tight or use a TINY amount of RTV or 3Bond or YAMABOND sealer.
RTV silicon is not really gas resistant, but it will work.
This stuff is the BOMB! <now investigated by Homeland Security>
If you have to seal cases of flat metal to metal surfaces. Yamabond is same stuff.
Gas resistant and holds quite firm. Used to seal all motorcycle cases that do not use gaskets.
The number doesn't seem to matter much, more about package size, but look it up.
A little goes a long way.
Originally Posted by brywink04
Nice! I have a ktm 85sx it's a 2015 set up for woods. I need something bigger though.
A KTM 85 SX is an awesome piece of kit!
The only reason for anything bigger is if you are too tall and heavy.
With both the 125 and the 300, I like the 125 more. The 300 is a brute, the 125 a Thoroughbred.
Mine are set up for woods too. Soft shocks and tires, heavy flywheels and broad powerband pipes.
I have a 125 SX motor set up for road racing. Peaky with harsh acceleration for high speed pavement stuff.
Those KTMs can do it all.
So, all those guys riding big bikes are compensating for something...
I ride a small bike, because I am comfortable with my inadequacies...
I am glad all you guys understand.