Carb parts warehouse is a great place to get Jets and all carb related stuff also .
Well said my friend. I'm over the Facebook internet heros too.
Glad the old band is coming back for a reunion tour.
Glad to hear from you Brandy.
Either that or a bad crank seal is pressurising the clutch case.
I prefer to pick up a non running blaster and fix it up myself. That way I know what was done to it, and that it was done right .
Good stuff man. I'd try and fill it .
Look back where the a arm is bolted in the frame. kind of look there, and rock the tire. The bushings go bad there.
Only other thing would be...
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Unplug the the parking brake sensor. Follow it down from near the clutch perch.
If the Piston wasn't within the tolerance for the cylinder size.
Crank may have to much play.
How did you check jetting?
Backfiring is usually a sign of bad reed, or woodruff key sheared off...causing it to go out of time.
Check that out, and see if its either of...
Welcome to the forum. If its a Harbor Freight compression tester, chances are it will never go past 70psi! They are known crap out of the box....
Looks like I see my next video game purchase.
I've been playing PUBG lately, but it's so damn glitchy on Xbox it isn't funny......still a fun...
Atf is ok.
Check to see of the cable is hooked up. See if when you pull the clurch lever, if it moves the acuator arm. (Sorry my spelling...
My motor is ported, head modded, vf4's, Cfm airbox, I've ran an F7 and DMC pipe with the stock carb with no headaches.
It's all a matter of...
I've told many people this....keep the stock mikuni carb. They are reliable and easy to tune. I still one one to this day.
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Nice job buddy
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