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  1. Maritime

    1982 GS450E Scrambler-ish to Cafe-ish

    Also a tiny dropnof oil in the low to see if it gets better is good tonso as well
  2. Maritime

    1982 GS450E Scrambler-ish to Cafe-ish

    Ok glad you did all that, hate for someone to tear down a top end and find out it wasnt worn rings. A leak down test for a bad valve would be good too before you tear it down
  3. Maritime

    1982 GS450E Scrambler-ish to Cafe-ish

    Hot or cold? WOT? Valves in Spec? If no to any of those redo. Hot engine. WOT or carbs off. If valves are tight at all you'll get bad numbers. My cx500 was parked for poor running. PO didnt do valves. I had 100 on left 150 on right. Checked valves. Left intake was tight by just a smidge. Set it...
  4. Maritime

    Yamaha TW200.. the swamp donkey

    nice clean up. hope you get a few seasons before having to do it all again
  5. Maritime

    Brat/rat first chop

    I'd definately put fenders of some sort if you plan to ride it at all. What exactly is a big IDK? I like to play with MS paint and paste ideas on the bike. it's crude but works to narrow stuff down sometimes. Now if you have access to Photoshop type stuff that's much better.
  6. Maritime

    "Tangerine Dream" / Glemseck - KZ750

    Yep, you have to able to ride the thing and this compromise for function has not bad form, the megga just peeking out and now being level at the tip makes it look alright.
  7. Maritime

    "Tangerine Dream" / Glemseck - KZ750

    that's actually not too bad, as long as the tire doesn't hit it.
  8. Maritime

    1971 Honda SL70 Barber Small Bore Bike

    Ha, signing up. I was hoping to bring the Hyosung to this but will have to be next year as I am out of vacation time until after it's over.
  9. Maritime

    1982 CB750F... The resto-not

    hope it works for you
  10. Maritime

    1982 CB750F... The resto-not

    Nice
  11. Maritime

    "Tangerine Dream" / Glemseck - KZ750

    Yep, it's just the turned down end. I think a reverse cone would look great in the same place.
  12. Maritime

    1975 Honda CB125S and 1981 CM200T

    On this you may be able to get it clean enough but if you need to re-jet for any reason you'll need it apart. Boil it in lemon juice or pinesol (outside if pinesol) it should break free. Or soak it in a small jar with a lid and carb cleaner over night.
  13. Maritime

    1975 Honda CB125S and 1981 CM200T

    Some Hondas the blinkers won't work unless the bike is running. IDK why but I've had 2 that way. I converted to LED with a digital flasher, then they worked running or not. I think its the old flasher relays
  14. Maritime

    1978 CB550 Pieces/Parts Hellride

    That looks pretty good.
  15. Maritime

    1975 Honda CB125S and 1981 CM200T

    If you don't have an ultrasonic you can redneck one with a sander and a container. I use a tupperware style tub, boil pinesol and put it in, put a lid on and the duct tape a sander to it and turn it on. It shakes the shit out of the carb and gets a lot of crud lose. then I use carb cleaner and...
  16. Maritime

    Brat/rat first chop

    Wow, amazed it ran at all with the gunk
  17. Maritime

    Pinch off another loaf

    Sweet, moving right along.
  18. Maritime

    who do you use for insurance?

    I need to shop around for the Scooter this season. Got my renewal and just liability is over $800 for the year. My goldwing is $325. My son is 15 and the reason it is high but that's too high. when it was just me it was $50 for the year.
  19. Maritime

    78 KZ400B1 Scrambler To Be

    That rack is great. Bike overall is nice too.
  20. Maritime

    '77 BMW R100S - Refresh

    looks brand spankin new!
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