1) Hardness: 180-240HB
2) Long service life
3) 100% crucial dimension inspection
4) 100% qualification
5) Low noise
Standard for casting is G3000. Standard for machining is SAE-J431.
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- Q:So I have been looking for a motorcycle for a long time. I found one on Craigslist for $ 300 . It‘s a 1980 Suzuki gs250t, everything works and it runs it just needs a new brake master cylinder, and the carbs need to be rebuilt is it a good deal? How hard is it to rebuild carbs?
- Contact a dealer and see if you can get a kit. Yes, it is pretty easy. The float could be bad too. The seams break and they can fill with gas.
- Q:While applying the rear brake in a motorcycle we should be holding the clutch, but what about the front disc brake while applying that should the clutch be held?
- The clutch should ONLY be used to change gears, and never to be used while braking except when you have gone down to 1st gear and want to stop. The engine has compression which on a closed throttle reduces the bikes speed. Try it by first closing the throttle in gear and then again when you pull the clutch in and you will see how the engine is used to slow you down. Combine the engine compression with your brakes and you will stop faster, in less distance and safer. Whoever told you to apply the clutch while braking with the front, rear or both brakes was either pulling your leg or simply has no idea of riding a bike safely. If he was pulling your leg it could at some time make the difference you need to stop safely
- Q:A motorcycle is moving at 30 m/s when the rider applies the brakes, giving the motorcycle a constant deceleration. During the 3.0 s interval immediately after braking begins, the speed decreases to 15 m/s. What distance does the motorcycle travel from the instant braking begins until the motorcycle stops?
- The motorcycle takes three seconds to decelerate to half speed. Its deceleration is constant, So it should take 6 seconds to stop. The Deceleration is a change of 30 m/s in 6s, so 30/6 5 m/s/s. Because it is decelerating, the acceleration is -5m/s/s. Use the motion formula S(U*T)+(0.5*A*T^2) (S Equals U times T Plus Half Times A Times T Squared) Where: S Distance Traveled (The answer we're looking for) U Original Velocity (30m/s) T Time (6s) A Acceleration (-5m/s/s) Put in values and solve: SUT+0.5AT^2 S(30*6)+(0.5*-5*6^2) S180+(-2.5*36) S180+-90 S180-90 S90 Meters The Answer is 90 Meters
- Q:i changed the pads and bled the brakes in my motorcycle. why aren‘t they opening?
- Q:My cycle would squeak bad when i stopped or was rolling my bike to a stop. So i installed new rear and front brakes. Now my bike shuts up when I stop, but its squeaking non stop while I ride. As soon as i tap the front brake they stop, but when i let go it starts again. How can I get rid of this?
- Buster is correct on this, the bevel on the following edge(back) will allow dirt and brake dust to escape, there is very little clearance and the dirt will make the pads rub and squeak. If it is only like a small hissing sound, as the pads wear in it will go away. Did you bleed the brakes when you put the new pads on? Remember, the old pads where thinner and the pistons needed to extend more and more as the old pads wore, try bleeding the brakes and resetting the pistons, (pump them up to contact). It is always important to bleed the caliper regularly to keep fresh clean fluid in the pistons as the heat of friction(braking) will over time degrade the fluid and make the piston retraction slow and non-uniform on multi-piston set-ups. Sometimes if you do a lot of hard riding, you can slightly warp the rotors and they will rub and squeak no matter what you do. In that case, if you can afford it, buy some floating rotors and install them, they really work from what I am told by people who have them. Best of luck and Ride it like Ya stole it!
- Q:Every Time I down shift (say im in 5th gear) when I start releasing out the clutch I can feel the bike jerking, am I suppose to give it some throttle when I downshift or start giving it some brakes? Can some one please tell me what I'm doing wrong. I have a ninja 250, 2005I just finished my msf course and they didn't teach us engine braking
- engine brake is the resistance of the engine when you release the clutch without throttle. the clutch tries to match the speend of the engine (rpm) to the speed of the wheel (actualy speed) releasing the throttle, and releasing the clutch, while in gear is engine braking. some do it, some don't.
- Q:on a bike? also is there a website
- for disabled ( wheelchair ) drivers there is a control bar that accelerates when pushed forward and brakes when pulled back.
- Q:guys i wanna buy a bike,having good fuel efficiency.looks,disk brakes,tubeless tyres,good n comfortable for long drives,good for stunting if there is any 1-2 less feature no prob but other should b there can any body hlp me n the bike should only frm indian motorcycle making brand .thankyou.
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- Q:I have a 2000 Yamaha warrior and it starts sputtering and skipping the higher the rpm s go anyone have any ideas how to fix it
- Make sure the spark plug is the correct number, and install a new one.
- Q:i haven‘t been able to get the front brake working right. The caliper won‘t release all the way which causes the brake to drag. So far I have put a new caliper on and changed the brake fluid and bleed it but that still didn‘t solve the problem. If you could give me any input at all I would really appreciate it.
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