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Krannie McKranface

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Time to flog her (in Loving, gentle way) for another 250 hours.

It'll be interesting.  Never had an hour meter on my bike before.  First time I EVER had the head off or anyone even look at the valves was when AS did the work last year.  That would be over 5 years of riding (no riding for 1 year with shoulder injury).  I have just over 100 hours in the year since the work done by AS.  If I use that as an average, I would wait for 500 hours before doing anything again.  Interesting I tell ya :thinking:

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Time to flog her (in Loving, gentle way) for another 250 hours.

 

Humph so what comes after the 250 hr. break in? 

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Very nice. On a sidenote, pics like yours remind me how bad my landscaping needs tended to. Place looks good like the bike!

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Humph so what comes after the 250 hr. break in? 

That's what I'm talking about :smirk:

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Humph so what comes after the 250 hr. break in? 

 

A Craigslist ad, and a brand new 2015 Honda CRF350X which I know they will make, cause I want it.

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Just a note to all you ACV by-passers out there:

 

Remove the cover

Remove the diaphram and spring

Make a full coverage gasket out of innertube to cover everything, and re-install cover and new gasket

Change you main air jet to 100

Change your pilot to 45, if not done already

Re-adjust your fuel screw

 

I tried all the other 'recommended' methods, and this is the only way that worked for me.

 

Most of the other ways 'worked', but throttle repsonse was poor.

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Just a note to all you ACV by-passers out there:

 

Remove the cover

Remove the diaphram and spring

Make a full coverage gasket out of innertube to cover everything, and re-install cover and new gasket

Change you main air jet to 100

Change your pilot to 45, if not done already

Re-adjust your fuel screw

 

I tried all the other 'recommended' methods, and this is the only way that worked for me.

 

Most of the other ways 'worked', but throttle repsonse was poor.

 

I like the way they do it on the YZ UN-drilled. So I epoxied the holes shut just in case.

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