awesome revival thus far!
Type: Posts; User: anup_vince
awesome revival thus far!
been a while...a lot changed in life...finally moving to florida for a job.
would like to know if anyone has ever moved several bikes/projects etc long distance in one go?
looking for your...
hey chuck 78, still got it if you want. shoot me a buzz
sorry i had to paste the actual image incase the ad ever got deleted.
this is classic.
oh wait he left? i was rather enjoying him 'blossom" and "learn" and "transform" from his first post till now.
heres one in my area for sale
lol. perfect answer. he just wants his problem to become someone else's and get his money back.
go over a bump hard and geometry could allow you to scrape the oil pan.
Word of advice kid: Theres enough experience, education and industry connection on this forum to get you permanently blackballed as an engineer or as a professional in general. The mech/EEng world is...
i have to go buy an allen set if i want to ever work on the damn thing.
yea….theyre so different. The sportster is heavy as hell but so low that its manageable. It almost feels like it loves to lean into corners more than any of my sport bikes….again cuz its low.
i love that video. "placebo power".
I also need a trials bike to complete my bucket list.
won't be setting my nice chrome muffler ablaze…at least not at the new apartment complex.
I had my 2003 SV1000s up for sale, since I'm moving and the wife wanted me to thin the herd. It was my daily rider, and had some pretty great mods. 14k miles with power commander, twin...
sweet. now i get to ask ---- how does one "clean out the pipes?" other than thrashing? any solvents/chemicals?
the issue its having is "bogging" or starvation at the bottom of certain gears, when I'm about to initiate acceleration.
i didn't end up slipping the clutch….its odd, I pulled in the clutch,...
i appreciate the concern for the poor old clutch. Its not a habit.
I only took it out once for a few miles so it was maybe 4-5 times i had to do it, in order to pull away from other light...
largely its been an awesome process…tedious as you can imagine and a lot of research and reading in between.
sadly the air inlet boots from the air box to the carbs are warped and refuse to make a...
During my surgery residency (which I just graduated a few weeks ago), one of our front desk greeters would always comment on my helmet - "nice helmet…full face…etc". I would wave and smile and make...
2003 Suzuki SV650s
salvage title from a low speed fall, plastics replaced and rattle canned…a little ugly.
runs and rides, needs rear, tire, front fork seal and some lovin....
its been a long winter, got a bunch done on the cbx.
The flimsy and leaky stock front end was swapped for a hayabusa front end, with better damping and brakes. getting this to fit required...
would be interested in seeing how your brackets were made/fitted.
yes i have a couple nice parts left….shoot me a message or call me…..i left you my number.
its odd, the bike revs well, but while riding just refuses to go past a certain RPM….just stays put.
so you're saying theres a chance that the inline fuel filter might be causing my cbx six to strain at high rpm, if all other factors accounted for? hmm interesting.