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Author Topic: '71 CT70 ....boneyard special  (Read 2571 times)

Offline scott s

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Re: '71 CT70 ....boneyard special
« Reply #30 on: Feb 23, 2018, 17:59:30 »
 I think I have the carb/jetting figured out on the CT70. I uncapped the bleed/injection port and screwed IN on the mixture screw. It acted like it was rich, but the plug didn't agree with me.
 Talked to Vince at T-Bolt and he said what I was describing was common and is actually LEAN on the pilot circuit.
 Starts much easier now and revs throughout the range. I see wheelies in my future! (And hopefully no more scabs or scars).





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Re: '71 CT70 ....boneyard special
« Reply #32 on: Jun 28, 2018, 13:49:54 »
Adventuring further and further from home. This thing doesn't have an odometer or speedometer, and it's still a fresh-ish build, so I'm still a little skittish about getting farther away from home than I want to push it!
 Rode around the back roads near my house for twenty minutes or so. I swear, it needs a 5th gear. Or different sprocket ratios. It's pulling HARD and going plenty, plenty fast and still feels like it has more in it.
 I need to find a GPS speedo app for my phone and hook up my RAM mount.