Please help with kit!

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by rdrunner2010, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. george_n_texas

    george_n_texas New Member

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    When you take your pictures take them at a low resolution such as 1024 X 768 or 640X480 which will make a smaller file size. Most of us take pics at the finest quality our cameras will produce which makes for a very large file size a lot of servers restrict due to demands on bandwidth and patience of users waiting for pic to download.
     
  2. HoughMade

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    There it is. Do you have MS Paint? If you have Windows, I'd lay odd on it. Open the pic in Paint, then click "Image", then "Stretch/Skew". When in there, just enter some number (under 100) in the Stretch part- same number in both. If it is a 7MP camera or above, I would suggest 50 or 60% to start, save it under a difference file name (to preserve the original pic), and post the reduced pic.
     
  3. rdrunner2010

    rdrunner2010 New Member

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    Pics attached.

    On a side note, after riding it on the road for a while, I took it out on the road. As soon as I tried to start it on a hill, the chain jumped off and some of the links are messed up. We have extras, so i'll fix that tomorrow. I think it was because I was pedaling as I let out the clutch and gave it gas, it was a dumb move on my part but hey, live and learn.

    This is getting irritating. I think the chain jumping loosened up the nice tight chain again... :-||
     

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  4. rdrunner2010

    rdrunner2010 New Member

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    Thanks for the tip, btw. I set my camera for the highest resolution because I try to take good pictures every once and a while.
     
  5. george_n_texas

    george_n_texas New Member

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    My chain jumped off a couple of times at high speed. I noticed using the pulley pointing up makes the chain more level with the front sprocket bottom...at any rate it hasn't jumped off since and when I need to change my back tire it is easier to put the chain back on with the extra slack. It also helped to slime some grease on the chain as I noticed a popping sound on the front sprocket. Hang in there after the tweaking the fun begins. Take it easy breaking it in.
     
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  6. Kevron99

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    Question: When you pull out the steel pin does the ball comes out too?
     
  7. xlite

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    Yes. And may bounce away never to be seen again. (ask me how I know)
     

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