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Discussion in 'Rides and Events - Clubs and Groups' started by kiffsta, Feb 14, 2018.
One week until holidays! I'm excited, haven't had a holiday in years. Now I just need a bike...
Would like to come, however my daughter is performing in the Ipswich show talent contest. And with a clear weekend (thats VERY RARE) next weekend other than that, id be on it like a fat kid on a cupcake!
Not long now , the qld crew is
And my mate Scotty on an mc22 , I am working on another mate from England,
Hopefully he can make it
Meeting point is My shop , unit 12 , 30 smith street capalaba at 8am,’we will be meeting @Wayno along the way
If I have missed anyone, please let me know
If we are planning to be at Warwick by 10 for parade lap thingy, shouldn't we leave earlier?
That is on Sunday
Oh. No late check-out Sunday, then.
I've been having some issues with my bike, so I did a little looking..
I think I'll go the ninja from the second mob.. Or fix these leaky floats. Needle isn't seating well, takes a little more push to close than it should. Grrr.
Try hirebikes.com.au , they are local here in capalaba
Mine is running better, after dozens of carbie removal and disassembly, just not quite right. It was perfect for the first 10kms...
What's it doing mate?
First thing I always ask myself after I've had the carbs of and it wont start is 'did I tighten up the clamps" - on several occasions the answer has been no!
That was part of the problem the first time, but float level and needles, possibly dirty jets, and unsynchronised carbs added to it. The plugs say 1 and 4 are right but 2 was too rich, and 3 a bit rich. Adjusted float level on 2 (too high) and synchronised the carbs (with a 2-tube plastic pipe homemade apparatus), so we'll see how that goes.
But on a more general note, don't forget your umbrellas..
Looks like good Texan riding and drinking weather to me ....
I'd take my chances with 5% chance of less than 1mm.
Packed and ready to go.
Mate those airbox seals are never going to work like that... looks like they're all cut and missing a piece on the same corner... you need new ones, or temporarily fill the gaps with silicone
Simpler yet, I left them out. They aren't critical, not downstream of the carbies, I did use grease to seal it, but not this time. It may draw a little warm air, if they aren't very flat they might suck in a little of the finest dust, but not an issue for a road bike, really. And this has more issues, like being old and tired.
It will never run right without being sealed to the airbox mate
It's running quite well right now. Well, apart from running out of fuel.
Fill up your tank and bag and get the f*** on the road this weekend
Even that has been delayed. I was meant to leave tonight, but now I'm waiting for Dad. We are arranging things to bring a bundle of timber back for my brother... I've spent a week trying to sort them out (3 disorganised people making a plan), so tomorrow we have to load a trailer, clean out a ute, load the bikes (MTB bike, too), and get on the road. Hopefully.