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 on: December 14, 2018, 03:14:37 PM 
Started by Taylor 22 - Last post by seasnake
Can't wait til April!  This will be the first time I can make the season opener.

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 on: December 12, 2018, 05:39:17 PM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by 52 Ruhe
There are other ways depending on how nasty.

I have taken a few in and had them heat soaked.

I have poured boiling water in one to get it to expand to knock all the sand out of one after spending a day running off at Jennings.

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 on: December 12, 2018, 03:45:05 PM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by cartmen34
Yep row by row with a small zip tie or I use a small pick. Then I soak it in a utility sink full of water. Then dry with compressed air.

Lots of NC Bike and CMP in there.

Damn.  Was hoping for some genius-super-secret-know-how.  LOL

Regardless thanks Mike!

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 on: December 12, 2018, 12:29:17 PM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by 52 Ruhe
Yep row by row with a small zip tie or I use a small pick. Then I soak it in a utility sink full of water. Then dry with compressed air.

Lots of NC Bike and CMP in there.

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 on: December 12, 2018, 12:06:29 PM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by cartmen34
Yup, clean out both oil and water radiators.  The question I have for you is... how exactly?  I tried spraying water from the back forward, that sort of worked but not really.  Then I tried blowing air, but my air compressor (was) really tiny and constantly re-filling so that didn't work so well.  I got a much larger one to power my lift table so maybe air will work better this year.

I resorted to taking a tiny metal pick and fishing out the little rubber balls and pebbles.  I straightened the bent fins as best I could while I was at it.  It took forever!  LOL

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 on: December 12, 2018, 11:40:15 AM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by RocketDan
How many take the time to clean all the grit out of their radiator?
I must have knocked 3 pounds of sand and what not out of B bike radiator and oil cooler fins

A bike I have a small pile of debris but
It has a long way to go.

If air can’t flow through it it isn’t going to do its job.

I did this for the first time this weekend. Happened to look at the oil cooler guard and realized it was all full of crap. The pile of rubber and sand that fell out was remarkable. Definitely on my regular maintenance schedule now.


Daniel
OTP Racing #14
Yamaha R1
Wilmington, NC

 7 
 on: December 12, 2018, 11:34:16 AM 
Started by Taylor 22 - Last post by RocketDan
Lots of laps :)


Daniel
OTP Racing #14
Yamaha R1
Wilmington, NC

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 on: December 12, 2018, 10:34:40 AM 
Started by Taylor 22 - Last post by Taylor 22
We are one more day closer to the PRE 2019 season!!!! SWEET!!!! 
I have some things I’m looking forward to trying/work on...😁. I think it’s going to be an awesome season and I can’t wait to see everyone and do some laps!!!! LOTS of laps!!!!!!! 😁🏍😁







                                             r6

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 on: December 12, 2018, 10:30:14 AM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by 52 Ruhe
How many take the time to clean all the grit out of their radiator?
I must have knocked 3 pounds of sand and what not out of B bike radiator and oil cooler fins

A bike I have a small pile of debris but
It has a long way to go.

If air can’t flow through it it isn’t going to do its job.

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 on: December 12, 2018, 06:11:31 AM 
Started by jsnonzzr - Last post by RocketDan
Yep that’s the Simple Green I’ve been using. It’s mostly for the Dirtbike, but I have used it on the R1 if it’s gotten extra dirty. Like a full track day event in the rain.


Daniel
OTP Racing #14
Yamaha R1
Wilmington, NC

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