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Old 02-24-2013, 02:32 AM   #16156
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Finally got the motivation to grease the swingarm on my XRR today. My bike has around 1000 miles on it. Here's what the bolt looked like...



Luckily it came out easy. Lots of water, little grease in the bearings...



Couple hours later...



Back end is ready to go! Waiting for shims and seals to finish the forks.
I just did mine yesterday. My bolt looked the same but bearing had to be replaced. I also made a the tools for torquing the bearings.

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Old 02-24-2013, 04:57 AM   #16157
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I just did mine yesterday. My bolt looked the same but bearing had to be replaced. I also made a the tools for torquing the bearings.

Nice work!
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:05 AM   #16158
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Agree. Nice work xmoto!
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:42 AM   #16159
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Old 02-24-2013, 10:07 AM   #16160
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I'll add one more recomendation for the carb work. Verify that your disassembly screwdriver is "JIS" head, not just "Phillips" head. They do fit slightly differently. May not be a problem in AUS. Not sure what your local standard is.

I second completely removing the flapper plate.

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Sounds like someone's been reading their latest issue of MCN...
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Old 02-24-2013, 10:20 AM   #16161
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MCN?

No, I've just worked on enough Japanese bikes to have learned the difference.

I've also learned that JIS screws are made of a material similar in consistency to swiss cheese.

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Old 02-24-2013, 12:35 PM   #16162
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XRR Fender Wobble

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Did it help with the fender wooble at all?? Im tired of replacing blinkers.It looks good in red.
Hi, the ManRacks has a small sheet metal support under the fender. It bolts to the end of the subframe, and comes up with a large tab that supports the rack. It helps stabilize the fender somewhat......I dont run turnsignals so cant say about the extra weight that signals may add. Overall I think the rack works real good!
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:11 PM   #16163
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Fork tool by-pass

Hey, guys!

I just did the drilling, shimming and oil change on my piggy's front fork. I wanted to make the fork tool, but a seasoned grease monkey instructed me on by-passing the tool.


You don't need any special tools if you don't want to change the seals. Just folow these steps:
- set the adjusters to fully open
- go to a vice
- turn the fork leg upside-down
- wrap a piece of cloth around it and tighten the vice leaving, about 10 cm between the floor and the upper cap
- take 32mm socket an put it under the cap's hexagon to protect the adjuster screw; compress the fork by pulling twards the vice and put something underneath the socket to keep it compressed
- untighten the lower cap(upper, when it's upside-down); the compression will keep it from rotating(so, no special tool)
-drain the oil
-take out the leg from the vice and do your stuff.

Put it back using the same technique. You can do it whitout a vice compressing it with your body weight, but the vice saves you time and it's damn handy.

Another way of avoiding the fork tool is to use a pneumatic wrench with adjustable torque.
#when screwing it back on, do it by hand at first;
-then tighten it to the appropiate torque(54Nm)

Have fun!
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:06 PM   #16164
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Yeah I tried to use a normal screwdriver on my JIS screws in my carb. They almost all stripped. I had to use a dremel to slot them and get them out. I have replaced them all.

I now also own a JIS screw driver.
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:22 PM   #16165
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Think jis is standard here in Aus ....mine fit fine
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Old 02-24-2013, 06:26 PM   #16166
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MCN?

No, I've just worked on enough Japanese bikes to have learned the difference.

I've also learned that JIS screws are made of a material similar in consistency to swiss cheese.

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Motorcycle Consumer News had an article on using JIS screwdrivers on Japanese-made motorcycles (and other machinery/vehicles, I would presume). I believe it is the March 2013 edition, right on the back page. I just read it on Friday, so your statement was very timely. Mine, not so much....
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:16 PM   #16167
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getting my parts list for 2013 ready, including the oil sight tube. for anybody who has done it, would the rotating swageloc fitting fit the bill, or would it cause issues? Here is the LINK to the fitting.
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:25 PM   #16168
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getting my parts list for 2013 ready, including the oil sight tube. for anybody who has done it, would the rotating swageloc fitting fit the bill, or would it cause issues? Here is the LINK to the fitting.

Mitchn06, I have 13 years experience with hydraulic/ pneumatic equipment and IMO I would prefer to use a tapered fitting ( BSPT or NPT) for this application. Using the parallel thread that you have shown in the link would be great if you could ensure the sealing surface it was going to mate to was indeed flat. A tapered thread will be cheaper as well.
In all honesty I would use a brass fitting and tapered NPT or BSPT, these are a dime-a-dozen as opposed to the Swagelok fittings in SS316.
However when using compression fittings and clear nylon tube as seen in this modification it would be wise to use a spigot. It is basically a small tube type design that slides up the internal ID of the tubing and this allows the compression olive to bite into the tubing a bit better, provides a backbone to the connection.
These compression fittings are usually used with steel tubing, when an olive compresses onto the tube it will not deform like a piece of flexible clear nylon tube will. Thus allowing the olive to bite into the tubing more effectively.

Just my opinion, but save yourself some $$$'s and use a tapered brass fitting with a spigot.
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:07 PM   #16169
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Just put on a Mikuni TM40. Oh my god. This carburetor fixes everything wrong with this bike. I have a quick tuning question.

When I first started my bike with the Mikuni it took a long time to warm up and let me touch the throttle even though it was 65F outside. The second I barely cracked the throttle the motor would die. It seemed to run way better on the choke until it got warm and then all of a sudden I could start to rev it like normal.

First though? Pilot is too lean. Well, my theory was wrong. It ran way worse with the pilot richened up 1/4 turn. It actually responded better with the pilot leaned out a 1/4 turn from stock (idle revs went up, responded better to quick blips of the throttle).

Now unfortunately my battery was dead from sitting and I think I was experiencing problems because I didn't have strong enough ignition until the battery charged up a bit....I think...

However, I have a slight hesitation when I barely crack the throttle open and hold it open at like 1/32th opening. It might be because of the way I tuned the accelerator pump. I adjusted it so the lever is about 1mm away from touching at idle, so it takes about 1mm of throttle opening before it actuates. From the factory the lever was actually touching at idle and I didn't think it should be that way but I don't know.

BTW, this carb came prejetted from power-barn specifically for the XR650R, but I'm not sure what is in it because I didn't crack anything open and take a look and they don't list it. Other than those two very minor problems this carb rips! It's perfect! It's hard to keep the front end on the ground!!!

I live at under 1,000ft ASL, it was 65F, I have a K&N filter (which I want to replace with a UNI), fully uncorked, White Brothers E2, emissions stuff removed, still stock on everything else though.
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:29 PM   #16170
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phorensic: I'm located in Riverside, CA and have the same mods as you... Here are my TM40 specs

Pilot - 27.5
Pilot Air - 1.2
Jet Needle - 9DJY1
Needle Jet - Y6
Clip - 2.5
Main - 140
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