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- Q:Suzuki Neptune pedal motorcycle cold car can not afford the oil, when the smoke when the black smoke, hot car after the normal. There is a problem is the hot car after a little brake to catch up, or speed is meal meal. Carburetor in February this year just new.
- Of course, refueling black smoke is: the mixture is too thick; you can consider the first tune the mixture. Tune the wrong, but also can not cause to add oil.
- Q:Because I was a little rookie ride the kind of today on the road there is a downhill, I gave stepped on a neutral, the results of the friction of the car twice, scared me jump, looks like I did not pull the clutch! Khan, is not the reason for not pulling the clutch? I do not understand this point, master Mo laugh! Thank you for advising!
- Plus file can be without clutch, downshift must pinch clutch, the car did not have to pinch off the clutch, a little charge of oil will be able to hang up, in short, after I was not pinching clutch habit. As well as downhill not picking, pinch the collection on the line, so after the release of the slope after the release of the set to go, the brakes do not st
- Q:Manual says I should only use the BMW brand brake fluid, but wouldn‘t another brand be fine? Also, what weight motor oil should I use?
- Go with what EdmondDoc said. The motorcycle manufactors use the lowest bidder to supply their oils and fluids. The Yamaha or Harley, or BMW guys subcontract their fluids to whoever can supply them the cheapest, then you buy the BMW name with the oil, or brake fluid.
- Q:Hey! I‘m about to get my A2 motorcycle license and i don‘t know what motorcycle should i buy. I have to say that i‘m looking forward a 400cc-500cc, it must be a sport bike and fun to ride. Would you guys give me some sugestions?
- A2 motorcycle license means you're restricted to a maximum power of 46.6BHP. A motorcycle can be restricted to this amount, as long as it doesn't have over 93BHP in a standard / original state. The Honda VFR400 was my first 'big bike' on the A2 license. I can honestly say it was an amazing bike, and I would always get compliments about it from other bikers. Mine was an NC24 model (1987), picked it up for about ?995 in great condition. It has a V4 engine, which means loads of torque and with an after-market end can (Silencer) on it kinda sounds like a nascar. It never gave me one problem, and it had about 33k miles on it. It was an import, like most of the 400cc sports bikes are. I regret selling it though, it was a good bike for its age. Performance wise, it was great - 0-60mph in about 4 seconds and a top speed or 130mph or so. Plenty fast enough for general road use. It was also great on fuel, around 50mpg. The more modern VFR from the NC24 is the NC30 which has twin lights, it's perhaps a better choice because of it's newer suspension and brakes etc. It will cost you a bit more though. There's also the Kawasaki ZXR400, which is also a great bike and looks fantastic in my opinion. It has the old school green and white paint scheme, looks good. It's an inline 4 and likes to be revved. I have not owned one personally, but I hear it's a pretty decent bike for its engine size. I think either of these bikes will make a good choice for you. They offer plenty of power for the road, and you wont get bored fast. They're both light-weight machines, have great handling and corner like they're on rails. The bikes I have mentioned will need restricting though, but I imagine that the restriction wont effect them much.
- Q:What is the drum brake ah there is no detailed description of the motorcycle knowledge site can tell me
- When the brake pedal is depressed, the force on the foot causes the piston in the brake cylinder to push the brake oil forward and generate pressure in the oil path. The pressure is transmitted through the brake oil to the brake cylinder of each wheel. The piston of the brake cylinder then pushes the brake pad outward to cause the brake pad to friction with the inner surface of the brake drum and produce enough friction to reduce the wheel speed, To achieve the purpose of the brake
- Q:Motorcycle brake system to how maintenance, please advise?
- Do not deliberately to maintain what, pay attention to the brake pads and brake oil on the line, no change.
- Q:I don't race or do track days, but rather commute to work on my 2002 GSXR 600. What kinds of brake pads would you recommend? Organic? Sintered? Carbon-Graphite? Any suggestions on where to buy pads from?
- For the best answers, search on this site shorturl.im/awesf Respectfully, you are asking the wrong people. Why not ask the people at your state's DMV? They are the experts. We are not. Partially due to the fast A) I would never buy a bike without a title B) I know my state of residence and know how to visit my local DMV for a straight answer to my questions. Have to ask, why are you considering this purchase with so much risk? Also, is this your first motorcycle? I'll await your answer.
- Q:What is a good beginners motorcycle?
- Don't listen to any of the folks posting earlier, those are all terrible beginners bikes. If you have never ridden a motorcycle, get a bike that fits your frame, but not a monster engined crotch rocket. They are incredible to ride, but not nearly as forgiving or pleasant to ride until you have sufficient skills to properly handle the bike. I recommend that you get a dual purpose bike and spend some time on fire roads so you can learn what it feels like to ride with some margin for error. Learn how to brake and use your body weight to properly balance the bike when cornering. I would also recommend a motorcycle riding school of some sort. I raced dirt bikes for 10 years, after having ridden for 3 years both on and off road. I then went to the Keith Code Cornering school and learned more in 4 hours than in the previous 13 years. Riding on the street is serious and at the bare minimum you need to take a motorcycle safety class. Then visit a local bike shop and start talking to the people there. You will learn quite a bit just hanging out there and might find a deal on a good beginners bike. You will have way more fun in the long run and avoid needlessly smearing your body on the pavement.
- Q:I'm new to motorcycles, and don't know a lot. I've always been a fan and I am finally buying my first one, but I don't have anybody to teach me a lot of the basics. I just recently got the basics of gear shifting up and down, but I don't know how to go from say fifth to first or fourth second , if I need to rapidly slow down or make an extreme stop.I understand that neutral is right after first, can I jump from 1st past neutral to 2nd.I also would like to know the rpm range I should be in for the different gears 1st 2nd 3rd etc.Plus a side question. When I go to one of these schools to get my endorsement, do I have to bring my own bike? or do they usually provide one? meaning do I have to trailer my bike there?I know it's a lot to take in, but this is coming from a person who has very little experience, so helpful answers would be greatly appreciated.
- I would recommend trying to find a MSF (motorcycle safety foundation) riding class in your area. They will teach you the correct way to ride. When my wife wanted to learn how to ride her own bike I sent her to one of their classes. best money I've spent in a long time. They supplied the bike, and taught her what to do without her learning any of my bad habits. You can google them or check with your local DMV for information in your local area. These classes are inexpensive and many places make it much easier to get your license when you complete the class.
- Q:What are the small rings on the motorcycle brake lever?
- In the bottom of the engine to see it, the new car may be transported in the way of scraping off the bottom of the engine if you see a screw crimping another wire is it, you can change this one ring, if no pieces can also find a Wire a bend, the new car to check it after the sale of it
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