CATVOS 4" Outkast Fab 5" Lifts vs P Trail
Took a shot at P trail lol, It always wins haha, too bad the Sportsman had
axle issues, hope he gets it fixed up so we can hit it again, remember to
visit pinespsm.com for all your Can am needs, or stop in and see them in
Prince Albert or Nipawin Sk.
this is a compilation of backfire videos from around youtube. i do not own
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How to diagnose carburetor vacuum leaks on your motorcycle
This is a simple video demonstrating the best method to detect vacuum leaks
around your carb boots. Vacuum leaks are a fairly common problem in older
bikes, and luckily they can usually be remedied quickly and easily, the
first step however is diagnosis.
If your bike is running rough, won't rev up or has an irregular idle,
before you take off the carbs and open them up, check for vacuum leaks. A
vacuum leak occurs when too much air is introduced into the combustion
chamber via a failure in one or more of the carburetor boots or other
rubber mating surface. When too much air is sucked in, then the bike cannot
combust the gasoline efficiently; there must be an optimal ratio. Therefore
it is up to you to detect these leaks, and either plug them up or replace
the carb boots.
In this particular bike, the engine was running VERY lean. Not only did we
have vacuum leaks, but the baffles were taken out of the engine, and the
previous owner had removed the air filter and neglected to install a new
one. This is not only dangerous by allowing foreign material to enter the
engine, but it also makes the engine run much hotter, as lean explosions
create more heat than regular ones (think about blowing on a fire in your
fire place: more air, hotter fire). This can be detrimental to a variety of
parts in the engine, and it is a good thing we didn't ride this bike around
too much before finding the problem.
If anyone has any questions as to why this is important or how to
find/repair these leaks, leave a comment and I will respond.
Muzzy pro exhaust KFX 700
Just finished up the Muzzy Pro Exhaust
install. Took me around 4.5 to 5 hours to put this Exhaust on. It's a very very tight fit. Pipe
sounds very nice. Not to loud at all. Rated at 96 db's. I highly recommend
How To Install A Dry NOS Nitrous Oxide System
This NOS video demonstrates how to install a typical Dry NOS Nitrous oxide system. A Dry NOS system delivers Nitrous oxide to the air intake tube of
your engine, while the vehicle's fuel system provides the added fuel. The
video demonstrates how to locate, drill and tap the OEM or an aftermarket
intake for the NOS nozzle.
2013 Kawasaki Z800 integrated tail light | Custom windscreen
Installation of integrated tail light and custom windscreen for Kawasaki
Z800. Featuring the integrated light in bright sunny condition and cloudy
condition. Number plate is just temporary, will be getting a nicer looking
Intro clip courtesy of saudarabarney, check out
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EPIC Amp Electric ATV | TRANSLOGIC
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We continue our Texas tour with a trip to an off-road park near Fort Worth
for a ride in the all-electric EPIC Amp ATV. We've already seen what EPIC
can do on the water, but how about on the trails? One thing's for sure: by
land or by sea, we're running gas-free.
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