Made a quick mod to the bike tonight. Heated up a threaded eyebolt, kinked the end of it, then attached phone holder clip to it. It’s not pretty, but it works. I’ll be able to live stream bike rides and such. #diymotorcycle#phone#holder
Le "cruise control" est assez pratique à utiliser surtout pour les long trajet mais même en ville, on a plus besoin de serrer la poignée mais simplement déposer la main dessus. C'est vraiment top! 😇 Je l'ai depuis longtemps sur la bandit et rouler sans sur le scooter, c'est le petit grain de sel qui manquait 😂et vous en avez un ?
De plus fini les douleur de poignet 😍
I work in the streets, but I'm not for sale.
Replaced my petcock, added a fuel filter and started the process of rewiring and changing the gauge cluster on my 1982 Honda cm450c.
Old gas tanks are prone to rust. If you have an old bike, look in the tank next time you fill up, if you see rust you might want to consider swapping the petcock and adding a fuel filter. I was surprised when I pulled mine out.
Out with the old and in with the new! The factory Dunlops weren't bad but, I wanted to try something a little more road worthy. After some time spent researching I came to the conclusion that the Shinko E705 was a great option. The price alone for these tires makes it tempting enough to get them at just a hair over $100+ for the set. Thanks to @revzilla for always offering what I need at awesome prices. I also decided to give the Counteract ready balance tubes a try. The tubes are pre-filled with ceramic beads. The idea behind it is that the centrifugal force from you rolling down the road will sling the beads into the off- balance portion of the tire. Thus resulting in a balanced tire for the life of the tire. Eliminating the need for spoke weights or sticker / rim weights. No, I haven't heard sloshing when I come to a stop and no, they aren't adding excess weight either. At about $25 a piece, I feel it's worth it. Cruising at freeway speeds in southern California I haven't noticed anything to make me think otherwise.