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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by savant, Mar 31, 2016.
Can i run my bike on one piston until i get one ordered
Sounds like you need some guidance.
Your question leaves me and I'm sure others a little bit confused. You're at the right place to get help. Just be a little more specific.
What kind of engine are you speaking of?
There are no multi-cylinder bike engines out there.
A single cylinder engine only has 1 piston.
Yes, of course you can, but you will need a metric crescent wrench and make sure there are no parakeets within 50 yards. Actually better make it 100 yards or meters to be safe if this is your first time.
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Nope, I hear Ya have to use 1 1/2 pistons properly dipped of course.
Yes you can run on one piston ring for a while.
Put the one ring in the top of course.
Some of the racers do this but change the piston and ring often.
Oh, piston ring. Excellent deductive reasoning, MBR
I thought it was a crank call. Guess I'm the one with parakeet egg on my face.