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i bought this back when it was $19, now it's under $10 and it's still by far the best phone holder i can even imagine.Adjustable claw that is very strong, grabs onto anything you want, the springloaded phone holder part is strong enough to hold your phone under all circumstances i've tried and yet there are silicone loops for extra security that don't block your screen.Amazon:
Modular will block bugs and wind, not impact. If you like your jaw, get a full face.If you want a technical answer, the impact energy goes directly into the hinge which shears off a few mm of plastic and then the impact continues against your face. There's a small chance it "might help". A full face will spread that energy throughout the helmet and squeeze it like a tennis ball. I
NSK makes bearings in ChinaNSK - SuzhouAre there bad bearings coming out of China? Sure. Are there good bearings coming out of China? Yes. They've got both markets covered.
remember that time Charlie was trying to get the community engaged in the lack of enthusiasm for applying official, and then MCR instead took the opportunity to pretend that they're still relevant by mansplaining why their most productive members quit?That was great. Glad all that drama is over.
The vote percentages, the "requirements", the rules for existing gangs, all seem to be designed to shore up existing ranks rather than draw in new gangs. Most all hierarchies will eventually fail without some effective flushing mechanism, something MA has only recently focused on, too little, too late. Additionally, the icon as a motivator is losing it's allure with other social-ne
All the sealants suggested above can be used in place of a gasket. So, save your money.The karropak gaskets will swell when exposed to oil and create an excellent seal. Oiling both sides gives you some hope of separating that gasket later on.
It's not too late, that was a very similar idea to my backup plan actually, i just never bothered to make the fan since getting the HPI to work in the first place was such a disaster.
The resistors would only be added to make them blink slower.At least now you know you need to troubleshoot the left side and fix the wiring or blown-out LED. Since the relay is the same for both sides, at least you can eliminate that from the equation.I never found the tomos regulators to be particularly effective. Yes they should be putting out 12vDC, but that never seems to be the case unless i
Just confirm it then, put a 12VDC source in there to make sure your blinkers actually work. Otherwise you're just randomly guessing as to what the issue is.Rectifiers are not always combination rectifier/regulators. So no, you won't figure out anything by having someone tell you that "yes it should be putting out 12V".It can be difficult to measure the output from an ignition
You're trying to find a solution before you understand the problem.Rectifier just converts AC -> DC, it does not regulate your output voltage to something specific as you are implying.Please do as i suggested and report out what you learned
first, hook up a 12v battery or DC power source and make sure everything is working without all those ignition gremlins causing trouble.Then, with the rectifier output not connected to lights:Measure what's coming out of your rectifier in both DC and then AC, and while revving up a bit. See if it looks good. If not, you need to figure out what device will change the output to what you need.P
change your turn signals to LED bulbs
Marc Friedman Wrote:-------------------------------------------------------> Notice that the successful led headlights are> stand alone deals that aren't meant to me jointed> in a headlight bucket.Car headlights are one of those "stand alone deals". That's why they work. LED lightbulbs in your house don't necessarily have a stream of fresh air either, but that&
AP2-2 -TL Wrote:-------------------------------------------------------> Well if you read about curing of JB weld in heat.> It basically says if you cure it in heat, then> whatever heat temp you cure it at, will be its> maximum heat capacity. I didnt want to cure it at> 200 since, if memory serves correctly, the> clutches see higher heat than 200Small clarification here, but the
I can but it probably won't help you much, i have a DC/DC converter putting out a stable 12V from a larger battery.The headlight is 12-30V so as long as it's properly rectified, you don't have to worry about controlling voltage or blowing it up. Higher voltage won't give you any additional brightness, it has onboard circuitry.
yeah i remember seeing them back in the day for Harleys for way too much $$$, but now they are damn reasonable.I got mine on banggood but there are also 5" round flavors on ebay etc.Banggoodi should mention it's 30W and 40W with the brights on. The extra 10W brights are a circle thrown directly forward, so it lights up anything further away you might want to see.
if you just stick a LED bulb into a stock headlight it is gonna suck for sure. Works great for brake lights though.This is really no fault of the LED technology though, if you get an integrated solution like the "Daymakers" available for $60-70 they are FANTASTIC and will blow all your crummy moped headlights out of the water.I get repeated compliments and appreciation for lighting up t
Krytox is the automotive grade "fix-all" grease. Works especially well with mixed materials, plastics or any sliding/rotating parts in your variator etc.
Switching to premix isn't some big deal nor is it something you should "look at in the future" It's the FIRST THING you should do.I think we're making this more difficult than it needs to be. The only tough part of removing the oil injection system is putting the right bolt/adhesive into the intake hole where the oil was going.Then you can just take a hammer and smash of
is there some law against giving Wun Wun a useful weapon? A tree even? Anything, seriously!
attached is my drawing of the issue last time i looked at this.Bottom spacer plate is not required.
If you're not familiar with these things, i wouldn't recommend using it. The zippy's in particular are very cheap and you need to make sure that the pack is balanced and that it is not being overcharged or over-discharged during regular use.If you don't have other lighting options then i would just read up on basic lipo care, but they typically require having a legitimate char
Nice, please post Tyler! I did a writeup on my HPI mockup to send to the manufacturer. I saw no possible way of getting the variator on without machining down the hex on the rotor. Even then it was not looking real good, there was no room left to have a fan on top of the rotor.I was going to make the fan too, but gave up after the above issue.
they'll need a lot of mechanics to fix all those Genze's
the seat is meant to help keep the disguise of a "bicycle" while they have between 5-20kW output. There's at least one version i know of with a moto seat available.Most of the "high-end" ebikes are available as frame kits and then you can pick your own components and build it up (for much much less than $9,500K). They weigh about half that of a moped and have 5-10x as muc
Keep in mind the the torque spec in a manual also takes into account that you are using a fresh star washer, clean and dry hardware, and the same grade of steel nut that came with it. Due to the star washer in this case, a lower torque is sufficient to keep the fastener from vibrating off and all the hardware considerations can be ignored.Just my experience, but if you are using a flattened or re
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