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I thought this was that old joke."She said it was me or that damn bike...I'm gonna miss her"
BP4HS is factory. Usually available in stock at AutoZone. About 2.50 each.Cross Reference listYMMV with the list, because while OK on heat range and fit for the most part, some of those plugs do not have removable screw tips on the wire/cap side....
Looks good!Oxalic acid is one of the secrets I keep to cleaning metals.Works good on rusty tanks too.Sold as wood bleach.
Just picked up a 2020 Toyota on Saturday.Right there, on the showroom floor is a early 2k Camry.... 336,000 on it's odo.The outside is a little rough, but the mechanics are sound.This is my first Japanese car since 1980, but I have family members that built the seats, dash, and vehicle working at the Princeton, Indiana plant, so I'm OK with it.Now I can say that I know you got money to p
A classic, leaving behind a legacy that would be impossible to match by any actress today.Please Don't Eat the Daisies was a staple growing up.
Rubber washer under the cap has degraded and "welded" it to the tank.Common problem with today's fuel.Big channel lock pliers should get it.And you need a new washer.Spray the flange and washer with a lubricant before the first twist.Part listGasket, Cap3T5-24612-20-00$3.95
They are rare for sure.I found one in the UK.The price was good, shipping was as much as the part.Took only a week to get to the great USA.But hey, I got an NOS one and the speedo works.Two new tires, an MLM pipe, deleted the oil pump and associated cables, and I'm rolling at the campground on 32:1 premix.I love the smell of A747 in the morning. Smells like winning....
Cable splitter.Throttle cable from hand grip goes in the bottom. 2 cables come out the top, one to carb slide, one to oil pump.
2x IRC NR77, 1x 2.75x14 tube up for sale.Good tires, like new, still has nubbins from casting.Could be used on QT50 but will not fit under the front fender.40.00 gets them delivered to anywhere in the lower 48.
> P D Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> He should get it running good in stock configuration before he creates> more problems with any changes .You have a point, but he did ask how to get it running GREAT, not how do I get it running. In stock configuration, the QT never ran GREAT. It was too fat from the factory to keep the piston cool, the injection sys
I used a coil for a blaster.Bolted right up, works fine.Coil
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Hardly worth cleaning and playing with the carb unless you have a burning desire to keep it all Yamaha factory issue.I got a clone carb, fuel line and filter from Treats, an oil pump block off from Fast from the Past, and a single carb cable that deletes the splitter and cabling to the oil pump from Parts for Scooters. Move the stock 70 jet from the factory carb to the clone, move the needle clip
QT50 speedo gears would be at the top of my list.
Did you sell it yet?I'm interested!