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The other things I mentioned and to check were spark plugs themselves, plug cap, plug wires. You can measure those and switch around to different...
With early model, not so sure on p/u coil since there are only two. One for front cylinders and one for rear. On my '89, it either ran on 4 or two...
I only know the two that open or close the valve. I've attached a pic of a manual vboost switch showing which.
That's correct; look at it this way. Is the drain valve on (drain the radiator) or off. I don't worry about the markings on the valve. I just make...
Happy new year brothers and sisters!
Any evidence of coolant in the air box and/or carbs? Is there any coolant in the oil?
I agree, maybe overflow or the coolant breather in between cylinders?
Happy Thanksgiving, brothers!
KC, so sorry for your loss!
I have pretty much the same thing, works great! Mine's from Motion Pro.
Bump, I'm 45 now dammit. :)
Unfortunately, no. You'll need to add air correctors to the main air jets and possibly adjust the main fuel jet.
Just plug in both rear coil connectors. If it runs like crap/backfires, switch them. Generally, for the rears, left coil goes to left-rear...
I do not know. Sorry.
Not necessarily. They sometimes used new old stock parts. For example, my '99 originally came with a early model R/R.
You can easily tell if it's...
My guess is 145-155, depending on rider weight and speedometer accuracy. I used to have a gear/speed/rpm calculator but can't seem to find that.
+1 to Sean. Also, don't bother on cold test. Only check compression with a fully, warmed up engine. Make sure throttle is fully open as well.
Agree with Mike. I use Toyota Factory Red coolant. Replace it once, good for 100,000+ miles after that. Still looks good after several years.
Odyssey PC680. I like the fact they last 10-12 years.
Correct, it pushes a tab which is directly tied to the throttle butterflies. The only one not adjusted by a sync screw is #2 (front left). The...
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