Riding without the Idle screw....

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by vwine, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. vwine

    vwine New Member

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    Mine fell out... err.. shouldve used a safety string or something.. but anyhoo, my bike wont hold an idle for long, but thats fine... other than that.. Will this hurt the motor at all?brnot
     
  2. junked

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    You need to cover that hole where the idle screw was. It is going to suck in dust but should not effect how it runs except at idle.
     
  3. vwine

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    awesome.. thanks man... i feel better.!!!xct2
     
  4. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    if you're gonna cover the hole so it doesn't suck in dust, the best thing to cover it with is a new idle screw.
     
  5. junked

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    That's a brilliant idea! I got an extra idle screw with my Grubee kit. Check your kit you mat already have one. .wee.
     

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