> John Konstantine Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I have many orders successfully filled by lucky2strokes, and Ian has> been really good to work with if any issue occurs.^^^ I'll second this. I've always gotten my orders quickly and help with anything that comes up.
I would take one kill switch set also if you're shipping individually.
When you pull the clutch lever there is an arm that presses a cup against the clutch pack. It needs to compress the clutch enough to engage it. Take off the cover and check that everything is moving freely inside.
Thoughts on this pipe with stock setup?I want to get better get up out of my swinger but keep the stock look about it. I am running a 12 bing, 14 intake. There is no restriction on the cylinder but not sure what model it is.
Nope, its sitting nice and flat. Something must be sticking inside.
I'm having this same issue with mine except no orientation of the banjo works, every angle makes the fuel sort of...stuck. I'm starting to lean the way everyone else is, there is something deeper going on.For reference, on mine - fuel flows like a river from the line when not attached, slows to barely a trickle after connecting to the banjo. Going to check for casting defects in the need
Are there any tips for using a timing tool on a Sachs cylinder?It seems easy enough on a mopeds with a spark plug hole on the top of the head. What about the angled hole on Sachs? Any offset I need to account for?
Do you run the stock square bing? I just ordered a clamp on jammy and a 28mm header and am wondering if I'll need to upgrade.
Lucky2strokes sells what they say are performance clutch padshere is a link to the pageI haven't used them personally but for 30 bucks maybe give them a try.