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Old 03-12-2010, 11:42 AM   #15031
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:44 AM   #15032
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thanks faddah.

so tell me how you cleaned out the carbs? i take it you removed all the removable stuff like jets and what not?

pots and pans cycle with extra dry..................


haven't totally cleaned it YET

looks like I'm headed in to those woods now
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:55 AM   #15033
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pots and pans cycle with extra dry..................


haven't totally cleaned it YET

looks like I'm headed in to those woods now
It's piece of cake after what you been through. Just get a fiche printed out and a clean place to lay all the parts. They are delicate but really easy.
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:00 PM   #15034
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pots and pans cycle with extra dry..................


haven't totally cleaned it YET

looks like I'm headed in to those woods now

How`s the progress


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Old 03-12-2010, 12:05 PM   #15035
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How`s the progress


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Leave him alone. He's busy...


I just counted the e-mail reply's I've sent Pop's today.


42 in 7 hours starting at 4AM !!!
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:07 PM   #15036
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How`s the progress


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<------- nice avatar

looks good


I'm about to "clean my carb"... reallly


is this important? as far as a specific adjustment???
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:14 PM   #15037
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Choke

Pop's,

If the choke lever on the handlebar is in the OFF position and you tug on the choke cable and it has slack that would indicate that the choke plunger is in the CHOKE/ON position and it did not shut off the en-richening circuit.
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:19 PM   #15038
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Leave him alone. He's busy...


I just counted the e-mail reply's I've sent Pop's today.


42 in 7 hours starting at 4AM !!!


YUP BEEN THERE TOO





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Old 03-12-2010, 12:22 PM   #15039
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:24 PM   #15040
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Pop's,

If the choke lever on the handlebar is in the OFF position and you tug on the choke cable and it has slack that would indicate that the choke plunger is in the CHOKE/ON position and it did not shut off the en-richening circuit.

+1.........And full choke on the handle,,,will move the valve almost flush with the threads....you`ll see when it`s apart FX...

Not easy diagnosing with PM`s is it Steve...real time consuming..



God,,i gotta go get beer,,don`t tell the wife..

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Old 03-12-2010, 12:26 PM   #15041
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[quote=FatherX]<------- nice avatar


Yeah,,,Barron may flog me for that,gotta be worth 30 lashes tied to the mast.......ayeeeeeee matie..

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Old 03-12-2010, 12:27 PM   #15042
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Anyone using a different shift lever,like an MSR or somepin ...????????


I took a pic today of the case saver,,there is no notch,i thought there was .so if an MSR lever will work i`ll get one,otherwise out comes the torches and mig welder..

Anyone runnin a XR`s Only case saver and havev a problem gettin MX boots under the lever


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I have an MSR lever, XR's only case saver and when I do wear MS/DS type boots when riding, I don't have any problem.
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:28 PM   #15043
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Not easy diagnosing with PM`s is it Steve...real time consuming..



God,,i gotta go get beer,,don`t tell the wife..

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Hold it up to the phone so I can see it better...



Beer ... Ummmm
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:29 PM   #15044
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One other thing, I'm not getting the decompression "click" when adjusting the valves and rotating back to TDC. I'm not really sure what I should but I don;t see anything between the timing chain sprocket and the first cam lobe which is where I think the deceompression apparatus should be. Coincidentally I can't find any mention of it in the XR650L manual.

http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/j...z/100_0298.jpg
I don't know if this was addressed in the last 100 replies, but I'll risk repeating it anyway. This thread does have over 14,000 total replies and gets more per day than the XL600 and XR600 threads combined!

You're not getting the "decompression click" because the automatic compression release was removed from the cam in the picture above. It also appears that the holes under the release mechanism have not been blocked which will reduce oil flow to the rest of the cam....which is bad. I can post a pictures of a stock '88+ XR600 cam(same as 650L) with the CR removed next to a Hot Cam if anyone wants to compare.

I'm betting that you're going to need jets appreciably larger than 58/158 if you pull the snorkel, do Dave's Mods, and add a pipe if you don't already have one. Having the stock jets is also likely responsible for the poor running under load that you're experiencing. There is also high risk for burning up the engine running it that way.
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:45 PM   #15045
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I don't know if this was addressed in the last 100 replies, but I'll risk repeating it anyway. This thread does have over 14,000 total replies and gets more per day than the XL600 and XR600 threads combined!

You're not getting the "decompression click" because the automatic compression release was removed from the cam in the picture above. It also appears that the holes under the release mechanism have not been blocked which will reduce oil flow to the rest of the cam....which is bad. I can post a pictures of a stock '88+ XR600 cam(same as 650L) with the CR removed next to a Hot Cam if anyone wants to compare.

I'm betting that you're going to need jets appreciably larger than 58/158 if you pull the snorkel, do Dave's Mods, and add a pipe if you don't already have one. Having the stock jets is also likely responsible for the poor running under load that you're experiencing. There is also high risk for burning up the engine running it that way.

+1 I don`t think he has a compression issue,he`s gonna do a comp test anyway..i think it`s gotta be lean,but he may have other issues...what would happen if he was at the 55 mph that he can only get...then put the choke on slowly to see if it picks up speed..then he`d know if it was really lean or not..??????????????


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