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6 Days Ago 04:29 PM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by BlackReef View Post
Thanks. What do you guys think of using 550 cord?
Its worth a try..That stuffs pretty strong......

You don't need to disassemble the spool.....

You spin it until you've given it enough rewing pressure then line up the hole in the spool with the rope slot ,pick out the end of the rope with enough to tie a knot let spool go tie knot then pull rope til knot sits nicely in hole let 550 cord wind up and cut at the right spot totie in the handle and youre golden...
6 Days Ago 04:25 PM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by guschristensen View Post
Hello all, can anyone tell me what kind of bike this is. Pics attached. I need to get a chain and brake cables for it. It reads it’s a Honda under the seat but I can’t find anything on line that looks like this.Thanks Attachment 150629
Its an electric pocket dirtbike with a gas conversion done to it...……….

The bodykit looks like a CRF50 bodykit…

Are there numbers on the neck?
6 Days Ago 12:20 PM
BlackReef
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by EPR View Post
Rope, its heavy string, and on an HP engine its even worse. Parts are parts is not true. Many different companies making re-placement parts, some not so good, lol. Three things you can do, Buy another one, buy just the center part with pulley and rope, 3rd this is what I do, go to a hardware store and buy 4ft of #6 chainsaw rope, way better than China string, Then you re-wind the pulley with new. Here is a new style steel paw and matching starter housing, and it fits or your stock flywheel, use on my hp engines cause it has more leverage than stock, easier to pull. If you buy new rope come back for help.
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Originally Posted by CAM2 View Post
Get better pullrope from Home Depot.....Im pretty sure they sell Stihl brand weedeater pullrope...Its much better quality than the Chinese stuff..

Check online for availability first...My Home Depot used to carry it then stopped..

Heres a link for amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Sonku-Recoil-...898180&sr=8-10


If you want to risk another pullstring breaking you could by another but buy from a different seller..

https://www.amazon.com/Metal-Pocket-...898698&sr=8-23



Thanks. What do you guys think of using 550 cord?
1 Week Ago 07:05 PM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by BlackReef View Post
Got the top end issue figured out. Thank you. I found out that the tolerance for the 'sweet spot' is pretty narrow for the screw, but I found it.

The latest issue is the pull-start rope just broke, again. This is on the new goofit pull start assembly I ordered off of amazon (the red one). Should I order another of the same or try to find a better pull start? kiddo is pretty bummed, thought he was gonna ride today lol
Get better pullrope from Home Depot.....Im pretty sure they sell Stihl brand weedeater pullrope...Its much better quality than the Chinese stuff..

Check online for availability first...My Home Depot used to carry it then stopped..

Heres a link for amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Sonku-Recoil-...898180&sr=8-10


If you want to risk another pullstring breaking you could by another but buy from a different seller..

https://www.amazon.com/Metal-Pocket-...898698&sr=8-23
1 Week Ago 05:00 PM
EPR
Re: Pit Bike

Rope, its heavy string, and on an HP engine its even worse. Parts are parts is not true. Many different companies making re-placement parts, some not so good, lol. Three things you can do, Buy another one, buy just the center part with pulley and rope, 3rd this is what I do, go to a hardware store and buy 4ft of #6 chainsaw rope, way better than China string, Then you re-wind the pulley with new. Here is a new style steel paw and matching starter housing, and it fits or your stock flywheel, use on my hp engines cause it has more leverage than stock, easier to pull. If you buy new rope come back for help.
1 Week Ago 03:11 PM
BlackReef
Re: Pit Bike

Got the top end issue figured out. Thank you. I found out that the tolerance for the 'sweet spot' is pretty narrow for the screw, but I found it.

The latest issue is the pull-start rope just broke, again. This is on the new goofit pull start assembly I ordered off of amazon (the red one). Should I order another of the same or try to find a better pull start? kiddo is pretty bummed, thought he was gonna ride today lol
3 Weeks Ago 11:11 AM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by BlackReef View Post
hey guys on this new carb can somebody please tell me which is the high speed screw?

This is where the FUEL RATE screw is located...Its removed from this carb



Like EPR said it has a spring that keeps it from rotating and falling out.

This is where the LSN / HSN combo screw is located...You'll need a jewelers screwdriver to adjust it..



This is essentially what it looks like removed..



Heres what it looks like disassembled



On replacement carbs they rarely put epoxy to seal the hole..They sometimes put a small rubber plug though that can be picked out with a needle..
4 Weeks Ago 02:25 PM
EPR
Re: Pit Bike

If you have a 15mm WYK with bulb on the bottom the high is the spring loaded screw on the side, the low is inside the round brass piece on top, they put epoxy on top which you need to remove, to turn it at 1/8 turn at a time.

With the 16mm WT-603 clone carb, the low and high are on the side of the carb. The screw near the front of the carb is the high.
4 Weeks Ago 01:14 PM
BlackReef
Re: Pit Bike

hey guys on this new carb can somebody please tell me which is the high speed screw?
4 Weeks Ago 02:27 AM
MrKitty I have a AMD right now they aren't nearly as expensive as the Intel processors and just about as powerful with more cores depending upon what its doing.

Plenty of Kingston ram to have more than one virtual machine at the same time to run different versions of windows from within Linux it's worth it if you use it

I have a quad core Xeon as well that's liquid cooled it works good I use it for running my 3D printer and stuff

Then I've got a few other Overkill computers that are running as firewalls and servers and Linux boxes and windows stuff all over the place as well as stacks of laptops unfortunately the modern laptops don't last very long but I can get about a year out of them before they start falling apart I have been a computer technician now for 20 plus years

The thing about Windows is is that it tracks you it sends all of your information to Redmond Washington if you don't believe me put a firewall on your internet connection with Wireshark and check out how much stuff is being sent out to Redmond Washington the short answer is yes you can turn all that tracking crap off the issue is that the updates don't obey your settings and change everything back to default if you don't like it run Linux.
4 Weeks Ago 07:56 PM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by MrKitty View Post
you have to disable S Mode to run any third party or none certified Microsoft software it's Microsoft's way of saying okay you got hacked and you have viruses and you're the one that took it out of s mode so it's your fault... Avast Avira Free and Norton are all good anti-viruses Norton is a little heavy on the CPU and memory uses but you know who cares when you have 32 gigs of RAM and an 8-core processor

I thought it was a way of Microsoft primaroritizing a system so it cannot be integrated with any other so it lessens a persons ability to be more anonymous on the web by the use of VPN's so you can be held accountable for your actions and by doing so essentially violates the terms you checkmarked making you liable for computer shutdown aswell as enact a way to perform criminal prosecution if necessary on those who don't comply...,,,,

Wouldn't downloading Norton to my PC and Norton disabling windows defender essentially doing the same thing even though it integrates seamlessly with my computer without disabling anything.?

You'd think so but security is another issue entirely with Microsoft as they get paid by companies like Norton to be able to intergrate with Windows10 but I could be wrong...….

If you know how to custom tailor the install of Windws 10s will you ever know the capabilities with less problems of the system....Its like a cell phone...You have to disable and uninstall everything you don't use aswell as disable their background processes , location plus their abilities to be upgraded,reloaded etc..If you manually disable the camera and microphone from the board a lot of things you dont want to happen wont happen either after-all the device manager has lots of say with-in the system still so if it doesn't register to the device manager it isn't even considered nor does it become a problem..LOL...…..

Geee 8 core processor...Youre a baller...lol...I only got a few I7 9700 processors on Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 boards inside 3 towers with high capacity cooling..Seeings youre in the biz why are you not rocking an I9 yet?





32 gigs is nice and although the gaming boards I have in my old azz towers can handle 32 gigs but overclock better and get game quality graphics better at 16 gigs...Im also running Corsair Vengence RGB overclocking nice n steady at 3200mhz

If I was a photo or video editor would I have the need for 32gigs so why add the extra stress on the processor.. ……..LOL

Even my junky old getaround/garage laptop is rocking at its maximum of 16 gigs and when Im on and doing quite a bit on it-it doesn't even use nothing on the processor and its just a lowly ole I5 overclocked to 2666mhz that works flawlessly......LOL




I recently bought a new laptop with I7 processor because Im a cheap baztard and it was on an extended Black Friday sale.but I had to give it to my office manager of my newest start-up company to use after the office where EPR sent his billet cag engine to caught fire due to a faulty lithium ion battery in that new **** cellphone I waited for and it burned pretty badly...….LOL

Oldschoole eye candy below..All still work too and ones even got windows95 another has Win98 aswell as one having windows 2000 also Windows XP Home also Xp professional and last one has Windows Vista....LOL

I have 4 more laptops with Windows 7 , Windows 8 , and Windows 10 too..

Actually 5 more laptops if you count the newest I7 I donated ….LOL

Besides the 3 towers I also have an old e-machine desktop wth 500 gig harddrive in the attic with windows 7 installed in it and all except for the 3 bigdog towers are maxxed-out on memory too..

Whats the brand of the of ram youre running?//

Don't get me started on game systems either....I still have my old Atari 2600 with like 200 cartridges along with 7 other super oldschoole game systems like Atari5200,Colecovision,Turbo Grafix 16,Sega Saturn,Nintendo,Pong and Telstar............LOL
4 Weeks Ago 03:18 PM
MrKitty It's definitely 100 percent a scam I fix about three of them a week of people get scammed into thinking they're calling Microsoft Tech Support and then they let the scammer into their computer and the scammers steals all their information then they ask usually for $300 most of the time it's under $300 so they can avoid that felony charge and when people fail to comply then they break their computer and encrypt all of their data...


Microsoft will never give you their phone number in some kind of web page with a box with a voice saying that it's Microsoft that there's something wrong with your computer... Microsoft does not want people calling in complaining about their minuscule problems

Microsoft never charges for tech support!!! They will however charge for software packages like Office 365 or to upgrade your computer from home to Pro if certain software requires it.

Microsoft has their own tools if they need to remote control into your computer for any reason it's all built into the operating system if you find yourself downloading something is definitely 100% a scam

If you find yourself talking to someone and they say they are Microsoft hang up and call Microsoft yourself.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...-phone-numbers
4 Weeks Ago 02:52 PM
EPR
Re: Pit Bike

Once on another computer, when it went weird on me, Mircosoft gave me a phone number for help. When I called the guy wanted $599 for 5 years of protection, lol, lol. I said I can buy a new laptop for that. It could have been a Scam.
4 Weeks Ago 12:05 AM
MrKitty you have to disable S Mode to run any third party or none certified Microsoft software it's Microsoft's way of saying okay you got hacked and you have viruses and you're the one that took it out of s mode so it's your fault... Avast Avira Free and Norton are all good anti-viruses Norton is a little heavy on the CPU and memory uses but you know who cares when you have 32 gigs of RAM and an 8-core processor
4 Weeks Ago 03:36 PM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by EPR View Post
The first thing I had to do on my new HP laptop was to close S mode so I could load Firefox and Norton Security. Since the year 2,000 had Norton, never had a problem, and get warnings all the time, we stopped.............
I run Norton with windows 10 in S mode with zero problems so it must be mainly the Firefox you have to disable the S-mode for as Microsoft uses Blink and Firefox uses Gecko soon to be upgraded to Opera...
4 Weeks Ago 02:58 PM
EPR
Re: Pit Bike

The first thing I had to do on my new HP laptop was to close S mode so I could load Firefox and Norton Security. Since the year 2,000 had Norton, never had a problem, and get warnings all the time, we stopped.............
4 Weeks Ago 10:14 PM
MrKitty It's stupid honestly but that's what's happening Apple and ChromeOS won't let it install at all neither will Windows 10 in its default S Mode. You can take it out of S mode well for now...

I have a few very expensive remote controls that allow me to access features and settings in giant RF transmitters in remote locations used for radio broadcast in the FM band that run on it that I am phasing out right now and usually the phase-out of commercial equipment is the last straw before total elimination.

I've converted a few sites to HTML5 for companies that I work for I'm guessing that the Forum people will use some kind of script that will go through and convert everything over and break more of the links 😞 similar to what happened when the site was converted to https 😞 then all the http: dependent linked sites break?

But I honestly don't know I'm left in the dark all I can do is combat spam help people out the best I can with editing there posts for them and deal with infraction tickets its 100% volunteer there isn't even a chat room that I know of like other forms and sites that I've been a moderator for.
4 Weeks Ago 09:27 PM
CAM2
Re: Pit Bike

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Originally Posted by MrKitty View Post
It's not the site it's because Adobe flash player has been discontinued and is no longer supported by anything they have to convert the entire site to Html5

Typ in = adobe flash player obsolete = in Google




So what its the same deal as with windows 7 and quite frankly not new news either...LOL.…

Im pretty sure its just YouTube or this site that's using an outdated flashplayer license...……..

Adobe FP has been being fazed out since 2017....LOL

But however....If you know how to read and not glean it states the end of 2020...

Im very positive that by that time my Windows 10 Pro or Windows10 in s mode will have updated over a dozen times to slipstream seamlessly into the newest technology...

Heres the story from 2017...…………………………………………………………………………………………..

Computing

The end of life for Adobe's Flash software nears, but don't expect a swift death
By Kevin Parrish July 25, 2017 11:58AM PST



On Tuesday, Adobe provided a roadmap for terminating its Flash software for good. The death will not be swift and quick like it was on Android, as the company does not plan to cease updating and distributing Flash Player until the end of 2020. This will provide enough time for content creators to migrate their existing Flash-based content to newer, more secure platforms like HTML5.

“Several industries and businesses have been built around Flash technology — including gaming, education, and video — and we remain committed to supporting Flash through 2020, as customers and partners put their migration plans into place,” the company said.

Until the end of 2020, Adobe will remain committed to its Flash software. That means dishing out security patches and maintaining its compatibility with web browsers and operating systems. Adobe also plans to add capabilities and features “when needed.” More importantly, Adobe will work to terminate Flash early in “certain geographies” that distribute an unlicensed, outdated version of Flash Player.


…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……….

In case you lost track of time we are in the beginning of 2020 so explain how the site is experiencing those upcoming problems 11 months early?

You better get to work switching the format to html5..Maybe the bigshots will throw ya a bone...…..

I wonder how these are working...…………..LOL

camaro short clip_zpsenutfj9i by Dizzy Gillespie, on Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/139167.../shares/MAPUb5

TRIM_20180506_174610 by Dizzy Gillespie, on Flickr
4 Weeks Ago 08:27 PM
EPR
Re: Pit Bike

I don't use Google, cause their a bunch of spies, everywhere you go and look they come back with a bunch of ads for something I already bought. I use Firefox cause they don;t give you ads and videos & they protect you from all that trash and I don't use their Google search either.
4 Weeks Ago 07:01 PM
MrKitty It's not the site it's because Adobe flash player has been discontinued and is no longer supported by anything they have to convert the entire site to Html5

Typ in = adobe flash player obsolete = in Google
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