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Thanks I'll check it out!
Hi I bought this bike new in 2010 but it has been setting for about 5 years and now I've started to get it ready for the road again. I got it started a couple days ago and ran it around the yard a couple times but would like to know how to tune or set the carburetor proper. Plus the starter quit working so I have to dig into that problem also. Does anyone know where I can download a PDF Serv
In the warmer weather it is my 250 Yamaha Virago 70MPG but I just bought a Coleman Mini Bike for Hot Doggin on my back woods trails!
Hey thanks for posting the link on Ethanol free gas locations, I'm sure it may help lots of people. I've been using the stuff for a couple years now in all my carburetor engines even though it is all Super grade and expensive. I haven't had a problem with carburetors since. All I want to do is Ride Captain Ride. LOL
Thanks Don for your input. 110 psi was the number I was leaning toward and I'm glad to hear you confirm it. I have a idea the gas might not be getting in the carburetor bowl but I'll have to completely disconnect the carburetor for a complete cleaning. It has that oil injection line hooked to it so that's why I haven't done it yet, because I didn't want to destroy it. Time
After about 4 years of setting I can't get my 2009 Tomos Revival running, probably because of the Ethanol gas. I did a basic clean of the carburetor but still no luck. Before I start spending money on it to buy a new battery and carburetor I want to do a compression check to make sure it is worth spending money on. The question is does anyone know what the compression psi for that Tomos A55 e
The other thing I don't want to do is make a loud system because if the neighbors complain then I have to work at behaving myself. LOL
Thanks everyone for in put. I can custom make any mounting bracket I need and place it where ever works and looks best. If I upjet how large a jet do I need? Keep in mind I don't want to totally destroy my gas mileage, or I might as well step up to a motorcycle. My main idea is to give me more power on hills but another 5-10 mph wouldn't hurt my feelings either. LOL
I owned a new 2005 TFR and it was a nice bike for a light weight rider. The only weak part was the belt final drive. If you get it tuned right it starts easy and would even start by coasting. Good bike for someone 150 lbs. or less
It's winter and I'm thinking about buying a Tecno Estoril exhaust and cutting off and modifying the mounting bracket and the exhaust pipe to make it fit my Revival. I have a mig welder so this shouldn't be a problem. Has anyone out there done this with advice to give before I get started? Will I have to upjet or can I just richen up the mixture?The technigas next R is my next option
Some people have nothing Intelligent to do so they fill a post up with Bull Shit !!!
Thank God most of us are Ugly Trolls so we don't have to fight off the beautiful people
Thanks for the sound advice
Pink Wheels Now that is GAY
Thanks Doug A refreshing Straight answer. Thanks again
Google is great! It is my main search engine, but you can spend a lot of time in there.
Why bother sorting thru the rubble of search when I get my info quick this way. LOL
LOL I'm a old War Horse from the Viet Nam era, I don't sweat the small things in life.
Thanks for your help and yes I don't know my way around this site as well as some of you because I have a lot of different things happening in life. But I'm smart enough to know where to go for some Good Info. and have talked to a lot of Cool dudes in here also. You know what they say about sticks and stones ! LOL
LOL I get a laugh every time I come in this site because there is a bunch of nasty mouth Trolls in here but there is also some knowledgable trolls with good Info.Happy BITING
LOL Their Web site does make them look like weird-os
To be honest Their site looks suspicious and wonder if you ever get the stuff you pay for. But they do list Exhaust parts that I don't see else where.
Anybody had any experience buying moped parts from this outfit https://www.treatland.tv/default.asp I'd like to hear how you rate them because I'm thinking about buying from them.Thanks Mike T.
Anybody got any solid experience they want to share about running a touch of Octane booster and Super grade gas in their bike. I've been experimenting with a touch of STP Octane Booster in Super grade gas in my 2009 Revival and the engine seems to run quiter and smoother. I've done this a couple of times with what appears to be the same results. Anyone had any bad experience with this.
Cosmopolitan Motors, Hatboro, PA. PH 1-800-523-2522 Talk to Larry
Cosmopolitan Motors near Philly PA imports them and has some Performance stuff for them. Exhaust, Carb.,Clutch, and air box. I could probably dig their toll free # up for you.
Call Cosmopolitan Motors in Hatboro Pa. They are the Importer of that bike. I mix 40-1 for my 2005 Kinetic TFR 3.2 oz. 2cycle oil to a gallon. The manual and info I got with my machine had conflicting info. Cosmopolitan told me 40-1
I have to laugh because I hear that a lot in here. Probably a lot of truth to it. Thanks
Thanks for the help but I want to work with stock parts because I don't have deep pockets and I just want more power for hills and not speed. 30 MPH on bicycle wheels is all I want to do. I'm a old Motorcycle rider turn CHICKEN. LOL