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Old 08-16-2011, 01:21 AM
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the links didn't come up right, map...
I think I need the seal & bearing numbers, if you know what they are.
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Old 08-16-2011, 01:35 AM
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Dang rusty I dont know why those links aren't working but you're right they aren't.

Here is the info. for the seals.......

motionindustries.com

SKF Sealing Solutions
17X29X5 HMS5 RG GREY NITRILE SEAL
17x29x5 RG Oil Seal -

Metric SKF# 563933

Item No. 02508698


Here is the info. for the bearings:

motionindustries.com

INA
KBK 10X14X13 BRG
Item No. 02611506


go to motionindustries.com and paste in ( KBK 10X14X13 ) in the search box and leave all else the same and they should come up, do this same thing with this part number and you should get the seals page. ( SKF 17X29X5 )

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Old 08-16-2011, 04:43 AM
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Daily check up can make a huge difference. It's like having regular checkup, so you can see which parts need changing. In the long run, it could mean more savings because you won't have to keep tapping professional services to do the fixing.
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Old 08-17-2011, 12:17 AM
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pre-mounted my motor to make sure I can get it level & line everything up without interference.
I'm putting a few layers of inner tube rubber between the mounts & the frame to cut down on vibrations. I know it ain't much, but it's something.
The exhaust pipe rides about 1/2 an inch behind the front tire right now....too close for comfort. Looks like I'm gonna learn how to bend pipe. I'm really digging getting to learn all these new skills.
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Old 08-17-2011, 12:31 AM
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Replaced the 4 screws on the mag cover with 3 x 20 x.7mm allen heads.
50cents apiece at the hardware store.

jet is drilled to #69 now and slide needle all the way down to ring #5 bringing the needle all the way up.

It's coming back to life... little by little.
Went through the radar sign at 21mph.

Will open the main jet to #68 or #67 tomorrow.
Gonna leave the needle at full fat until I get the WOT resolved.

Has anyone taken a file to the slant on the carby slide?
rc

tnx Map! I'll get that wristpin bearing and seals after the first when the eagle dumps.

*** I keep lookin at that SBP expansion chamber in the ad on the top left of the page... Gosh I'd like to get me one of those! :-)
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Old 08-17-2011, 02:33 AM
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Ordered a new front tube for the LA Cycles BigMo I'm working on. Tube has a larger hole than I like to patch. Need the bike up on the wheels before I start to cutting to see how much and where. I'm posting my Mongoose Paver on craigslist and getting some new parts like fork tubes set up for brakes and a black rear fender, don't think much of the flamed chrome one.
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Old 08-17-2011, 02:27 PM
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Very wise to replace a tube with a hole repair you would be uncomfortable with, Dave!

SO many problems with the boy's bikes when they were kids, (mobbing through the goats heads), every day was at least an hour flat fixing even with slime!

I now have a bad habit of running tubes with WAY too many patches!

Must break the bad habit now I'm under power.
...and now, the boys are blasting their mtb's up AND down the biggest hill in this part of the state! #2 came in a couple days ago and said he never thought his bike would go that fast!

Today...

i am really tired of my cns

Opened the main jet from .029 to .031, needle all the way open.
All it would do is bog.
Not even describable as four stroking, just bogged.

Yesterday, at .029, which is #69 drill size, it ran best recent speed at 21 through the radar sign. Today I turned around an couldn't even head towards the radar.

I'm going to set it aside for a while and put the nt on.


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Old 08-17-2011, 08:50 PM
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In my opinion take that CNS and tape a quarter to it, then drive out somewhere and throw that thing just as far as you can and then drive away, now by doing this you can honestly say you threw something away....LOL!


If you have NO air leaks, your exhaust is flowing free & easy, and you get that NT tuned right to your engine, you should be doing 30 MPH WOT flat ground no big wind even if you have a 44T rear sprocket.

My bike will almost idle at 21MPH with the NT carbs, that is a putt putt speed for a well tuned engine with a free flowing exhaust and a well tuned NT carb.

Just make sure you dont have an air leak, you sure seem to be pouring load of fuel in that engine.....to get it not to be too lean.........something sounds out of wack to me if this is the case.

An NT with a jet drilled with a #73 bit and a good exhaust will normally run like a champ in my experience.

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Very wise to replace a tube with a hole repair you would be uncomfortable with, Dave!

SO many problems with the boy's bikes when they were kids, (mobbing through the goats heads), every day was at least an hour flat fixing even with slime!

I now have a bad habit of running tubes with WAY too many patches!

Must break the bad habit now I'm under power.
...and now, the boys are blasting their mtb's up AND down the biggest hill in this part of the state! #2 came in a couple days ago and said he never thought his bike would go that fast!

Today...

i am really tired of my cns

Opened the main jet from .029 to .031, needle all the way open.
All it would do is bog.
Not even describable as four stroking, just bogged.

Yesterday, at .029, which is #69 drill size, it ran best recent speed at 21 through the radar sign. Today I turned around an couldn't even head towards the radar.

I'm going to set it aside for a while and put the nt on.


rc
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Old 08-17-2011, 08:55 PM
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If your bike idles at 21 MPH, your idle is set way too high.
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Old 08-17-2011, 09:34 PM
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WHAT...............!

Now you do know I was referring to it doing 21MPH very easy RIGHT......LOL!


And actually with a 36T sprocket it really isn't that far above a good idle when it goes 20MPH........

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If your bike idles at 21 MPH, your idle is set way too high.
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