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Well she's baack !

And looking good !

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

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:

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

 

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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.

Damn I have black rim envy!!! Great look!

is there an 'S' missing?  lol

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