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Guy on YouTube has already delinked the brakes. There is a junction box in the system that uses springs and leverage to not activate the front too hard when you stomp on the rear foot pedal.I thought it was a direct connection. Knowing that I'd leave it alone.Bike stripped of bodywork looks very ugly/industrial/boxy.
I'm interested in what performance stuff will come out.200cc kits, bigger carb, air filter, CVT mods, etc.I think it would be easy to get it up to 65 mph.
WOW great price OTD!Good to see a dealer not jacking people around.
First bike I know that comes 2 in a crate.
Niche kit just jumped up $20! That's just getting greedy!
Mommy and Daddy can now buy a tail light, fender, and grab rail.
So some moron on YT managed to wheelie one, smash the tail light....IT'S NOT EVEN HIS BIKE! 70 miles on it, guy he just met.🙄🤑
Nope, won't break it till it dies.Read this WHOLE thread. If it lasts 6 years that's $8.33 a season. BFD I thought I was cheap. Initial cost, yeah it's up there.
Just got my Trail Tech today. Are the screws just for looks or can the battery be changed now?New design, again?
writing on seal goes out.
so where does it stop? If you cross a state line you all of the sudden need to wear a helmet, your handgun is now completly illegal and will put you in jail, etc.Will we ever have all state reciprocity?
It's really Yamabond, or Hondabond, nothing else.For the right-side engine cover I lightly oil the new gasket so it comes off later without ripping. You might go right back in there for clutch springs, clutch, etc.
Imho...It's a do over. Sorry.This time use a flat large washer under that socket bigger than the engine case hole. I also like to grease the seal lip and Yamabond the outside.Also...that part is a metal spacer that pulls off the crank. Pull it off, remove seal, install new one then put in spacer with grease.
Yeah, the pipe is now $155.Wow "YZ80" to "stock pipe has it on hills"Those statements seem at odds with each other.I'll give the stock pipe a good shake in spring with my mods. This thing is already a money pit.
Jack, can you comment on the MLM Next Level pipe?You have 1 video with it idling then I never see it again.Better than OEM, more low end, higher top speed??
I disagree on the speedo. with the OEM front 2.00 tire they read high. With the available 2.25 replacement it's right on.Past 30 mph you just add. Straight down 6 o'clock is 45. In the video I give them 42 mph. Not bad. That stretch of hiway looked slightly uphill.
Come on, you've all seen this classic video. Talk about 3 perfectly matched bikes drafting each other.Here's his post here: https://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/read.php?7,2080620,2084234,flat=1#msg-2084234Scroll to near the top.I'm getting mine ready for spring.Mine has: Yamaha 60cc kit, shaved YT60 head, 2 mm bottom spacer +2 gaskets, PW 80 15mm carb., PW50 rear end gears, rear IRC
I'm basing my build on Mark/briggslite here and his videos. If he can get 47 mph with the stock pipe I'm not spending $155 on that pipe.Stock pipe ID is 18mm I don't think that's slowing you down.I hear you on the hills, I'm on top of a ridge here, to come home one way would be hard uphill 1/2 mile, the other a triple hump about the same. Big heat.Been thinking of traile
Been wanting to get some outside shots, now would be in the snow.🤬
Wow! that's a lot of valve checks!If you're not a DIY person it will never leave the shop.
When did I ever want peace with the world? 😉👹
This is the only pipe I "may" be interested in for my build. The MLM next Level Pipe, the one that almost looks stock.I currently have the OEM pipe with the rear drilled out, except for the header diameter I don't think it's slowing me down any.Anyone with experience with this pipe please chime in if it helped performance, either acceleration or top speed.I don't want resu
Talked to a guy local to me today. I've transfered titles there with him before.He didn't even want to take it on. Said take death certificates downtown, fill out forms, etc. I looked up the forms. Have to be a lawyer to fill them out.Have to deal with a will or not, other Heirs, etc. I can't remember if there was a will, there was nothing of value.Think I'll keep riding di
Just ran my 9 digit VIN for my 81 Yamaha QT50 on Yamaha's website. "No search results"Guess it doesn't exist.Got to decide between VT or here.
With care Hondas will go to outrageous mileage. I took 3 of my previous Hondas to 80k + miles. One I sold I kept track of and he went to 130k miles.I'm betting screw and locknut on the Navi.If you don't mind the more frequent maintenance, set them to min. spec. A noticeable increase in power due to more valve lift and duration. I did this on a 250 Nighthawk.
True, your bike do what you want with it.I'm looking at a Honda Motocompo on BAT, currently at $5800 with 6 days to go.What was it new $300?might want to look into that 125...
I think every carbed bike I owned I rejetted. Completely transforms them.They were lean in the 80s, Can't imagine how lean the Navi is.
Stop bobbing, cafeing, destroying, a classic bike like that (or any). It's only going up in value.