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Old 12-25-2010, 10:49 AM
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easy ,fast and works great ,,good idea
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Old 12-25-2010, 12:22 PM
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easy ,fast and works great ,,good idea
Thanks. That pic makes it look kinda clunky. Here's a full view ,other side though.

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Old 12-26-2010, 07:29 PM
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When trying to reassemble the drive shaft after pulling it out for what ever reason.
Fit the 6202 bearing to the cluct side of the shaft 1st.
Fit in in the hole.
Fit all the clutch wheel and stuff on.
Put the bucking ball and pin in the other side and press it in with the drive sprocket cover. The above will allow you to Tighten the flower nut.
Then you will get the bearing in on the drive sprocket side easily enough and the woodruff key will get in a piece of cake.
The reason why you'll have a hard time trying to just slap it together is the stoopid clutch spring will keep the driv sprocket side bearing from seating in all the way the spring needs to be depressed..
I'm abit slow it took me like 30min to figure that little bugger out.
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Old 12-27-2010, 07:59 PM
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deacon - i like your ideas's very smart. Thats the beauty of this hobby. bikeguy is right though about the china girl motor - serious mods have to take place to make it much more then what it actually is. if you wanna fly on a bicycle, and i mean fly on a bicycle much faster then the bicycle was meant or built for, TWO WORDS - FRANCO MORINO (THE KID KTM MOTOR..
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Old 12-27-2010, 08:01 PM
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until ACME comes out with the twin 2 stroke - don't over do it with that china motor..
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Old 12-27-2010, 11:37 PM
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dont try to start ur bike by the back wheel when ur fingers are near the spokes after a few drinks and showing off. You can get ur fingers caught in the spokes...
doesnt look too smart.. at all
hey check this....... brrrmmtatingting!.........cr@p got something to clean this up.
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Old 12-27-2010, 11:51 PM
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dont try to start ur bike by the back wheel when ur fingers are near the spokes after a few drinks and showing off. You can get ur fingers caught in the spokes...
doesnt look too smart.. at all
hey check this....... brrrmmtatingting!.........cr@p got something to clean this up.
Like I was told when I was a kid .. ''what did you do that for'' I still tell my buddies that phrase to this day. Its all in the timing lol. I get some funny reactions too. The kid ''I dunno'' The adult its almost ''fighting'' words.

Or the guy looking for the battery charger in the shop. ''have you seen the battery charger'' My reply no did you?
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Old 12-29-2010, 11:28 AM
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speaking of rims..
Make sure ya keep ya spokes in good order and dont let'em get loose or missing. My mate has had a broken back for the last 7weeks still in a back brace coz he went over the hangers and landed flat on his back when his wheel gave up on him doing around 50km/hr down a hill.
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Old 12-29-2010, 11:48 AM
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Like I was told when I was a kid .. ''what did you do that for'' I still tell my buddies that phrase to this day. Its all in the timing lol. I get some funny reactions too. The kid ''I dunno'' The adult its almost ''fighting'' words.

Or the guy looking for the battery charger in the shop. ''have you seen the battery charger'' My reply no did you?
I'm abit of a bugger for this too. When ya can see someone clearly hasnt got it and there havin a biatch of a time trying to get something together or wat not and going up to them and sayin "did ya get it".
The frustrated look of NO u idiot cant you see I'm still doing it.. never grows old.
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Old 01-15-2011, 10:57 AM
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Don't look now but someone has been GLUEING the spark plug wire to the CDI. Took me a half hour of slowly grinding the old wire out with my dremel. A very precision operation with a very small router head. Bast**ds!
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