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Gone with the threebond, apparently it is the Manufacturer for hondabond and yamabond witch is the recommended stuff in the service
Cool vid, From what I have read And also this video silicon-based RTVs are not very fuel stable so was thinking maybe I will go with the three...
I’m thinking of using either threebond 1184 or 1215 on my winter project (nut and bolt restoration from the frame up) what do you guys use for the...
Started a new project. I wonder who’s going to guess the bike from the wheels, it’s old! 1991 [ATTACH]
Put up a pic of the damage
You have your answer from The messenger
Honda! They make the most reliable cars and bikes in the world
If your talking about unpainted plastic then a Hot air gun! It brings the oils in the plastics to surface again, makes them look good as new and...
what a creation :rolleyes:
What happened scuba! Can you explain?
iPhone. no case no screen protector,Still works but I think you can picture what the screen looks like Now lol
Been painting my house,dropped my phone off The second story scaffold :)
Use thread lock is you remove/replace the reeds!
Yeah the usual flat spots, mutivar will take care of that
you may as well get a new belt while your at it, there cheap
the kit comes with a contra spring but no clutch springs you won’t need stiffer...
Only time we needed to change them out for lighter rollers is when we changed the 50cc to a 70cc mid race Set up.we only went from The incl 7g to 5.5
I have not had to do this in my experience . I have always used the rollers Inc and never had any problems only gains
I’m on my 4th mutivar...
Save your self a lot of messing around with different rollers ect ect and get a mallosi mutivar It’s set up perfectly for your bike
I’d changed the Variator at the same Time so wouldn’t be able to say but was very happy with the Sound,Fairly deep tone and lasted a good 2years...