Popeye. Make sure to check the bottom of your fuel petcock as it unscrews and there is a screen in there that most shops overlook. Also you take the tank off and remove the petcock, there is a long screen attached to it and inside the tank that gets plugged. A good filter between the tank and carb is a must. Also keep you tank full to avoid water condensation and rust. Are all your emission lines to the carb hooked up? (or plugged like mine as I took all the emissions off.)
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?????? You tell me, because fucked if I knowJohn Bingham wrote:So how did they work on the motor without taking it apart?Popeye wrote:
When I picked up my bike and examined it at home, noticed that the engine had not been taken apart as for the inspection...... OK, the motor had been worked on, but kept getting sluggish, seamed as not getting enough fuel. .....
maybe you should have sorted the suspension out as well
WTF is "nooded" anyway. You ever built anything or know anything about cars?
The suspension was more then sorted out. You know nothing about the car and make rash statements like that that just show ignorance. I spent 4 years designing and building a lot of the parts. This car won many awards, you ever design anything that won an award? (What no answer to that question?) I spent hundreds of hours on a milling machine and lathes. (ever run one of those, I think not.) The 3" in, 5"out stainless steel custom exhaust I could have just welded myself as I designed it , but I chose a welder who was certified to weld on atomic submarines. It was a work of art. No one had ever put a turbo rotary engine in one of these. Do you know anything about rotary engines? I think not. (much less piston engines.) (again, no answer to that question?)
I built the suspension as if the car was going to run the Baja Mexico race. Gas coil overs, adjustable front ride height, 4-wheel disc brakes with special proportioner valve to allow the back brakes to grab first thus keeping the car straight, special welded add on steel tubing around the suspension parts, custom billet brake/clutch assembly, one of a kind custom throttle system, and lots more.
Rear End View of Turbo Rotary Engine in Kelmark
Now tell me about all the cars you have built and your vast knowledge of rotary or even piston engines. (once again no answer? Same, same as usual, all BS with nothing to back it up. )
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If you try any mechanic anywhere, rule #1 is: if they mess up once, never go back.
If anyone knows where I can get a service manual for a Suzuki Djebel 250 xc, please pm me. I'm quite happy to pay for a genuine one.
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haha welcome to kow - the world's greediest, but most incompetent country. i bet that place with all the sensor reading equipment haven't got a proper clue how to fix the faults it finds. comparable to the sonagram machine in the hospitals.Popeye wrote: ↑Tue Nov 01, 2016 1:38 pmI had a Honda Phantom and wanted the engine overhauled plus a over all inspection as per his brochure.kiwiincambodia wrote:How exactly did he rip you off?Popeye wrote:This prick ripped me off big time. Do not go there.John Bingham wrote:I recommend Two Wheels Only too.
When I picked up my bike and examined it at home, noticed that the engine had not been taken apart as for the inspection, things that were not working were still not working.
So took it back. Still somethings were still not working. The main one was my rear brake would lock on as faulty master cylinder. OK, the motor had been worked on, but kept getting sluggish, seamed as not getting enough fuel. So back again, on the way it really did not want to go but I managed to get it there and was told that I had not run it in properly. he had to rebuild the top end as everything had over heated. So took it home and same problem !!!! Anyway, I finished off pulling the carby off and took it to local bike shop to have it cleaned. And to my amazement has not missed a beat since.
Now from memory this exercise cost me over $700
may as well take it to the Honda shop. at least they have a spotless working environment.
i took my bike to a local mechanics that haad done previous work on the bike to get oem sprockets and chain. Made sure they said they had them 2 weeks in advance. I stood and watched - always advisable. I caught the guy trying to join the new chain with about 6 links from an old chain because the new one wasn't the right part, so they tried to make it fit. Wasted 3 hours and got the usual beligerent total bullshit excuses. wankers. The Honda shop did a good job.
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