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Old 10-22-2019, 06:17 PM   #201
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Looks amazing man!

Did you have to run the engine in or was it already holding a few miles?
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Old 10-22-2019, 06:58 PM   #202
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Looks amazing man!

Did you have to run the engine in or was it already holding a few miles?
Hey dude,
I think there was all of about 5 minutes on the engine so did a 500 mile break-in. Had to retorque everything before it fell apart...lol
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Old 10-23-2019, 09:27 AM   #203
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Balance the wheel.
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Old 10-23-2019, 01:39 PM   #204
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I think there was all of about 5 minutes on the engine so did a 500 mile break-in. Had to retorque everything before it fell apart...lol
Might need some advice on running one of these old girls in soon man! So will hit you up haha.
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Old 10-23-2019, 03:42 PM   #205
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Sorry the seat isn't treating you well. Think it can be cured by modifying the pad, or are you looking at making another surround?
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Old 10-24-2019, 09:44 PM   #206
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Sorry the seat isn't treating you well. Think it can be cured by modifying the pad, or are you looking at making another surround?
Just the pad....more of a gradual sweep for my rear, itís too angular....and a wee bit hard...lol
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Balance the wheel.
Balance was good, added those ceramic beads just in case or to help.
No change.
Tried tire pressure also...to no avail.
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Old 10-24-2019, 09:51 PM   #208
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Might need some advice on running one of these old girls in soon man! So will hit you up haha.
Be happy to, although Iím no expert.
Learning a shit pile though!
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Might need some advice on running one of these old girls in soon man! So will hit you up haha.

heat cycle it.
Run engine approximately one minute at 1250- 1750 rpm. don't crack throttle or subject to any loads, check to see that oil pressure is normal, that oil is returning the oil tank, and that no leaks exist, etc

Shut off engine. Let engine cool to the touch.

After engine has cooled, start up again and allow the motor to build some heat. Engine should be run no longer than three to four minutes. When the cylinders become warm/hot to the touch (approximately 150į F) shut the motor down and let it cool to room temp. Do the same checks as before

First 50 Miles - Ride normally, do not lug the engine. Avoid high heat conditions and vary the RPM while riding. No stop and go traffic, extended idle periods, or high load or high RPM conditions. Max of 3,500 rpm or 60 mph. 2

50-100 Miles- same as above, on riding style, Limited short bursts of throttle can aid in ring seating from this point forward during the break-in, but avoid continuous high speed or load conditions. Max of 4,250 RPM/70 mph.

100-500 Miles- Avoid lugging the engine and high heat conditions. Max of 5,000 rpm. Change oil at 500 miles.

500 to 1,000 miles - Ride bike normally, but avoid continuous high load operation and high heat conditions

From 1,000 miles on Ė Break-in is complete, enjoy!
saying that, I tend to start riding more "normally" after I hit 500 miles and done the oil and filter change.

I also do an oil change at 100 miles.
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Haha^^^^^
There you go, thanks man, saved me a bunch a typin'
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Rear vibration, Check run out on tire at tread, also check rear chain for stiff links, and wheel bearings. Your china rim if trued any wear near rite should not be a problem. Check your rim run out also, radial and sideways run out is supposed to be 1/32'', but getting it to 1/8'' will do south of 100 mph.
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Rear vibration, Check run out on tire at tread, also check rear chain for stiff links, and wheel bearings. Your china rim if trued any wear near rite should not be a problem. Check your rim run out also, radial and sideways run out is supposed to be 1/32'', but getting it to 1/8'' will do south of 100 mph.
Thanks Joe,
The chain is new, yeah I know...lol, did check it and is fine.
Same with bearings.
Side run out might be .030, but I doubt it. When I indicated it on the rear of the bike before it was re trued it was a mess, and changed depending on where the reading was taken. I realize that the critical area is the bead mount, but it ďwobbledĒ from every aspect. It had especially bad ďhopĒ that my buddy just could not get out entirely.
Just to reiterate, the oscillation is best described as this; at 50 mph it is smooth for about 1 to 1 1/2 seconds the does a mild ďshutterĒ for maybe the same or slightly more time. If Iím on an irregular surface this symptom is unnoticeable.
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