Dirt bikes

Discussion in 'General' started by Wheel Bearing, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. SuddenBraking

    SuddenBraking Tire collector

    Ordering one of these to see if it works.

    https://www.ebay.com/i/181572214340...IJ_sSZ60XHJLTViqB-A8ooZZO84Vaw4oaAj_zEALw_wcB

    Any chance you remember exactly where it was? Searched all over Slavens website and can't find anything. Although I'm found something that *may* work above, I'd rather pay more for a turnkey solution (than having to cut and clean that tube).
     
  2. pscook

    pscook Well-Known Member

    If it's wheel bearing/axle related, I would recommend hitting up @TWF2 for some parts.
     
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  3. TWF2

    TWF2 2 heads are better than 1

    If that wheel is using spacer on each side then it will be easy, just 2 captive spacers. If axle is spacer sleeve can work as long axle tightens against bearing inner race. If not replace bearing with one that has correct ID if available.
     
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  4. masshole

    masshole sixoneseven

    Just briefly googled around and a company named BRC makes that exact spacer. They are Australian though, maybe a US based company makes them too.
     
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  5. masshole

    masshole sixoneseven

    I'll look around again. As suggested- the conversion captive spacers are probably a better option.
     
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  6. TWF2

    TWF2 2 heads are better than 1

    If you have dimensions I can make them.
     
  7. I like your style :)
     
  8. SuddenBraking

    SuddenBraking Tire collector

    Deal. Let me try to measure them and not fuck it up too bad. Will send you a PM.
     
  9. whitarnold

    whitarnold Bike #137

    Cash Bros MX
    Alabama
     

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  10. skidooboy

    skidooboy supermotojunkie

    nice Whit!

    Ski
     
  11. turner38

    turner38 Well-Known Member

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  12. SuddenBraking

    SuddenBraking Tire collector

    Where'd you get your power bundle from? The only place I know of is the link I posted above but would prefer to go with a know commodity if you're pleased with yours.
     
  13. masshole

    masshole sixoneseven

    ktmandhusky.com

    Saw them awhile back on YouTube with dyno testing and bought it. I'm not using the tube in the airbox they sell as part of the kit- swapped the whole airbox on my bike.
     
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  14. Knotcher

    Knotcher Banned

    Towards the end of "The Dawn Lap" about 22 hours into a 25 hour race a couple of weeks ago.

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  15. SuddenBraking

    SuddenBraking Tire collector

    Sent you an email.
     
  16. SuddenBraking

    SuddenBraking Tire collector

    Have never had a rekluse before so wondering if that's causing my "issue"; long story short, checking the valves on the FE 350 tonight and got all ready to rock and roll but then tried to get to TDC by rotating the rear wheel and nothing happened. Tried first gear, tried sixth gear, tried third gear - not the faintest hint of movement in any of them.

    Am I just forgetting something idiotic? Would trying to start the bike with the kill switch off move the cams and/or is that a feasible option?
     
  17. Knotcher

    Knotcher Banned

    Yes it is probably the issue. You can use the slave adjuster to temporarily lock up the clutch.
     
  18. SuddenBraking

    SuddenBraking Tire collector

    I tried turning the Reklush adjuster in as tight as it could go and that didn't solve the issue (was I meant to back it out as far as possible?), but I got to TDC by trying to start the bike with the kill switch and turning the engine over that way.

    FWIW, valves are all skewing tight-ish - 10 and 11 on the intake and 13s on the exhaust. Will probably ride it for 10 hours or so and then adjust unless you guys think that's playing with fire and I should adjust now (it's got 146 hours and 3,013 miles).
     
  19. turner38

    turner38 Well-Known Member

    They are fine at those numbers. I’d check them in 20-30 hours and they will probably be in the same place.
    I always just pull the timing plug and use a socket to turn it, takes all of thirty seconds to do.
     
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  20. turbulence

    turbulence Well-Known Member

    Anyone know anything about putting lights on a ktm 300 tpi? I just picked up a 2021 xc. You can’t find -w’s anywhere. Unicorns.
    I’m not going to do a lot of night riding, but I would like the option. Especially in the summer. Ideally I’d like to put the stock taillight from the -w on there and run a small 2x2 LED cube on the handlebar.

    from preliminary research, it looks like I’ve got plugs for the Oem headlight, but I want more light than that.


    Should I just go with something like this? It just hardwires into the battery and has a handlebar switch

    https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/parts/thumper-jockey-crusader-headlight-kit-p?v=16668
     

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