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  1. Thread: Well.....Bye.

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    The STIG! (lite) :applause:

    The STIG! (lite) :applause:
  2. Thread: Thunderhill

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    Great pics! Sorry you ended up in the weeds, but...

    Great pics! Sorry you ended up in the weeds, but I know what thats like:upset:

    They give you the eyeball if you show up for tech with dirt still on the wheels from the last track day, LOL
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  3. Glad you got her running! :angel: For the...

    Glad you got her running! :angel:

    For the neutral light: In your fuse box there is a diode in one of the spots. Take it out and turn it around:eagerness:

    Sounds like its charging, but could be...
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    Buy an XB primary cover from Cooter. He has a...

    Buy an XB primary cover from Cooter. He has a nice black powdercoated one that's never been installed.
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    You're welcome

    You're welcome
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    Thats a lot for a used ECM, you can get one from...

    Thats a lot for a used ECM, you can get one from SPHDOnline.com with the correct stock programming for that much, OR get one from IDSpd.com for the same $ with any custom or Race programming you want...
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    "Well it seems like doing continuity checks isn't...

    "Well it seems like doing continuity checks isn't enough, and I need to move on to doing resistance/voltage tests."

    Same thing man. "Continuity" in this case means there is acceptable resistance...
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    I also had a OG Manx back in the early 2000's...

    I also had a OG Manx back in the early 2000's with a built 1835 that I used for running parts and mobbing dunes in Glamis. Rolled it out there:upset: and it went from Puke Yellow to Viper Red (Thanks...
  9. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    A worn sprag clutch will make that loud clank...

    A worn sprag clutch will make that loud clank sound at shut-off when the engine hits compression and rebounds backwards slightly. Not hard to change though:) Put it on the list 34:19....:upset:
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    Exactly rb! An EZ3.0L. The "Manxter" is still...

    Exactly rb! An EZ3.0L. The "Manxter" is still made by Bruce Meyers company. A full length version on a super beetle pan with Fox coil-overs all around, a-arm front suspension, rack and pinion...
  11. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    34:19 I was running conventional 50 weight and...

    34:19 I was running conventional 50 weight and changing it a lot because of the hard use. IMO synthetic is worth it for longevity and that's about it. All oils today are ridiculously good. I had a...
  12. Thread: New Springs

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    I don't know of any fork springs that require...

    I don't know of any fork springs that require that to be done in the right application.

    The whole reason for new springs is correct pre-load for your weight. They don't do anything else.
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    No need for testing for resistance of the fuel...

    No need for testing for resistance of the fuel pump, you have 6V at the plug when its disconnected.
    6V at the pump is not enough, and big clue
    Nothing needs to be submerged to test
    I am assuming...
  14. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    1125's do have a VERY loud valve train. Make sure...

    1125's do have a VERY loud valve train. Make sure you're using a V-twin specific oil, and the correct weight for the lowest temp you will ride in like the manual states.
    Track days in 100*+ heat in...
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    Yes, jump 30 and 87. If the pump turns on, that...

    Yes, jump 30 and 87. If the pump turns on, that circuit is fine, it's something else.

    If the pump does not turn on with the pins jumped then check for (+) at the 30. If you don't have power there...
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    What he said ^^^ 2nd gear takes a beating, being...

    What he said ^^^
    2nd gear takes a beating, being the most commonly used gear and the biggest ratio change.

    You can either split the case and replace the gear, or slit the case and send the stack...
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    Yep, the relay uses a small current to control a...

    Yep, the relay uses a small current to control a large current, so it's 2 separate +&- circuits.
    The large current (big terminals) will have one that goes right to the battery (+), and one that goes...
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    It sure is Dantroop:applause: The Little River...

    It sure is Dantroop:applause: The Little River Inn. What a Gem!
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    If the bike cranks over, it isn't any safety...

    If the bike cranks over, it isn't any safety system issue like a clutch or kickstand switch so don't bother with those.

    You are right the BAS interrupts the fuel pump circuit, but IIRC there is a...
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    Heres one I found of my STUNNING view of San...

    Heres one I found of my STUNNING view of San Fransisco Bay
    https://live.staticflickr.com/1864/30487404998_d71a1f5841.jpg
    (Freaking fantastic roads on the coast, north of the city though)^^

    And...
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    Ya buddy! STTella is my go to, do anything,...

    Ya buddy! STTella is my go to, do anything, comfortable compatriot. Got her dialed, maintained, and ready for anything, anytime:angel: Pressing 80k so I'm looking forward to a 1275 kit from Hammer,...
  22. There really isn't many electronics on these...

    There really isn't many electronics on these compared to any similar year motorcycle and honestly they are very reliable as long as they aren't messed with by uneducated hands. Get it running first,...
  23. Thread: Well.....Bye.

    by Cooter
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    Thats because you have impeccable taste, my...

    Thats because you have impeccable taste, my friend:angel:

    It's not technically mine, but I do have grandfathered-in rights to it, :eagerness:
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    I didn't know a chain and sprockets were worth...

    I didn't know a chain and sprockets were worth $2100:upset:
  25. Hey Rocketeer: If that's your real calculated MPG...

    Hey Rocketeer: If that's your real calculated MPG it is running waaaay too lean:concern:

    35-45MPG is about right and will net you 120-150 miles/fill-up with the bigger Uly tank and a comfortable...
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