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    Norcal club events and racing?

    Hi Aleman I have a 4 stroke with a sic bikes jackshaft + 7 speed bike. It is still slow up hill. I have never driven it on a flat road. In Auburn it's slow uphill then coast downhill while worrying about some idiot running over me from behind. One of these days I will go to your area and...
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    Norcal club events and racing?

    Hi Aleman My back road path to the Sacto airport from Auburn is: Joeger Rd to Mount Vernon to Wise Rd to HWY 65 to 9th (Nicolaus Rd) in Lincoln to Nicolaus then take Garden HWY to the airport. If you are in an car in the summer there is a Fruit-Vegatable stand about 2 miles north of Nicolaus on...
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    Norcal club events and racing?

    Hi Aleman I live North of Auburn. Are you talking about Pleasant Grove Road (Pleasant Grove) or Pleasant Grove Blvd (Roseville) being dangerous? I did not mention "Pleasant Grove Blvd" (Roseville) and would never drive a motor bike in that area.
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    Norcal club events and racing?

    Here is my idea. Check out Pleasant Grove, CA 95668 on Google maps. This area is like it was 50 years ago. Very low if any traffic. The is a small restaurant in Pleasant Grove. Pleasant Grove Rd starts at Baseline RD west of Roseville goes to Wheatland. Some of you may want to ride along the...
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    Friction Drive Kubota dynamo works great!

    I ordered a 3 wire type rectifier. 2 are AC 1 is B+. The case is grounded. "Rectifier Regulator Onan 16 17 18 19 20 22 21 23 24 HP". I believe its 20 amp. I found it on Amazon. Dealer was Caltric. Price was $26.50 with free shipping. If want the best check out the 2000 Shindengen FH020AA...
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    Friction Drive Kubota dynamo works great!

    The Kubota Alternator is a good idea. I see that John Deere sells one that appears thinner but it looks like it has a larger diameter. Without knowing width and diameter I guess I will buy the Kubota. I want to power the alternator from a SIC bike parts jackshaft. Today I ordered a 5" plastic...
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    Recoil, back into the recoil...

    If you can get it apart: Wind the spring back in starting from the outside of the coil. Use a pair of needle nose pliers or tweezers to put the inside end of the spring into the slot when you reassemble it. Be careful or the spring will jump out. Pretension the assembly so the cord pulls...