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...
I'd epoxy and re-drill if you can. I can't recall the thread pitch though? IMO, forget about switching linkages out. If I recall, you'd have to...
Thanks for the update! Mine are lasting surprising long! (10+ years)
To fix those, I've epoxied and re-drilled. Or, just get new linkages.
As for folks to work on your carbs, if you are comfortable...
Are you talking the three sync screws or the mixture screws? Subject says sync but some are replying like it's mixture?
Pilot circuit of the carbs. If it's not firing at any time, drain the float bowl to see if there's any fuel in there. There's a sticky post in the...
Sounds like a sync and/or pilot circuit issue. Does the cylinder fire at higher rpms?
If you remove the side cylinder covers (small squares held on my hex screw) you'll see a rubber plug with a threaded insert. Screw the end of a...
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It sounds like it's a bypass of the fuel pump relay. The green wire goes to the fuel sender unit and the blue/white, possibly, the to fuel pump....
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