Well after searching the internet for days about the new Rubicon shift motor lube, i finally just pulled it off to check the 'grease'. There wasnt any, just some oil. Turns out the new ones are oil bathed so no need to white lithium them. Oh & THEN I asked a bud of mine who works at a dealer to ask a tech, yup...oil bathed. :mellow:
I got another video up from some riding.
Just been running the wheels off the bike. I did figure out if I pull out choke, and and lug the motor a little switch off the kill then back on i get a nice pop and it shot 5 in blue flame from the exhaust last night.
I'm going to set up a spark plug system instead of using the kill switch.
The Rancher 350 ES that my buddy bought for $1,000 last week or so ago , I posted on Craig's List thread , very clean bike , he rode with us New Years Eve night , what a ride , he didn't make it far , got stuck in 3rd gear , wouldn't shift with the emergency shift , I pulled him home , it started once while pulling it but didn't keep running , I left him and he got it started again and went back and broke down the second time , I would not own an electric shift bike where I ride , they are not reliable when water is in the mix , he was talking about selling it -------what is needed to convert one ?
I have an 06 Recon TRX250ES and when I start up a hill that is somewhat steep if I let off the gas to down shift or anything that requires letting off the gas it will die. It starts back but it just dies. but when I am setting on level or less of a slope then the engine will idle. I have...
I have a 2000 400 ex. Runs rough, just replaced piston, rings, stator, and cdi box, still doing the same thing. I noticed the timing is adjusted all the way out. Is this my issue? Do I need a new timing chain?