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PostSubject: Pulled a plug   Sun Apr 22 2018, 15:30

After the brilliant ride on Thursday and an 80mph run home down the M62 I whipped the other plug out to see how things were.
After having the oil pump rebuilt by arrow and struggling to set it up and not kill the planet(set as it should be she just smokes too much and gasses up) and also fitting the Allspeeds to say I am happy with the way she is running is an understatement although still considering dropping a tooth on the front sprocket.
Is yours OK Rob and is it time to shakedown the 250 now?
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PostSubject: Re: Pulled a plug   Sun Apr 22 2018, 16:31

Hi martin. That plug looks a shade on the rich side which is how its best to be in my opinion.... although to get a good reading you should kill the motor at higher revs and check then as even a short period of idling will change the colour.. Also i have read that the modern “petrol” we now use doesn’t give meaningful colour readings anyway. But it looks ok to me.

I run the rd 1 tooth less on the front and it makes 6th usable, normally its pretty useless unless your laid on the tank down hill wilth a trailing wind.....which doesn’t often happen to me. So asuming the lc is geared the same as the 250F i would go for it
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PostSubject: Re: Pulled a plug   Sun Apr 22 2018, 16:36

Rd just needs a good clean and taxing so may be out next week
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PostSubject: Re: Pulled a plug   Sun Apr 22 2018, 20:46

Rob62 wrote:
Rd just needs a good clean and taxing so may be out next week
Excellent I will look forward to see it again.
Aye if you are not doing 80 and hit an incline the revs drop off thats for sure,I know a Power Dynamo will help and thats on the shopping list for the future I will get round to swapping the sprocket I,ve only had it 3 years lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Pulled a plug   Tue Apr 24 2018, 16:24

Only Suzukis pull in top gear with standard sprockets. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Pulled a plug   Tue Apr 24 2018, 20:43

andysej wrote:
Only Suzukis pull in top gear with standard sprockets. Very Happy
Cheeky!! lol!

Keep it in the band she has no problem...just equates to about 80mph thats all Very Happy
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