Went out to the garage looked and oil made its way into the line a little bit. Started it up and its moving slowly in the line maybe it just need to sit. So right now I'm just letting it sit for awhile and keep doing little revs till the oil gets to the engine. Pretty sure its going slowly from air in the lines.
Went riding saturday and right at the end of the day I was dickin around jumping off the top of this hill and I went to turn around and got hung up in a massive rut so I jumped off the bike and just let it go and ended up breaking my clutch perch and putting a crack in the gas tank. It leaks. So I'm taking it to get welded AGAIN. Yamaha seems to have the ****tiest tanks ever. This is the only bike I have actually been able to press on the tank and watch the sides move, every other bike has had a nice ridgid tank.
Yea thatrs what I thought. My buddies step-dad has a Ducati and the dealer recently told him certain ethanol's in the fuel is making the paint bubble on there gas tanks but I only use 91 or higher which I thought wasn't supposed to have any ethanol in it.
Welp today I found out I need to order a fuel cock for the 50 from Thailand. The one I ordered from oem didn't ****ing work , going to take that back. So another 3 weeks prolly before the part gets here. I just want to slam my ****ing head off my desk right now.
finally got my 125 running again. and about the seat, i guess they guy was a "FMX" wannabe. it had metal mulisha graphics, and cut out number plates. haha. but i got a feeling he tried flipping it and broke the backfender and seat
my friend was on ambien, for 30 min he would be wired like a meth addict then crash hard where ever he was. The weather out here is ****ing ratarted is 110 with 70-80% humidity. i was out yesterday at the track out back and i threw up in ma helmet. Its so nasty and smelly, NEVER throw up in your helmet
Why did most of the big companies give up on 2-strokes so quick? I believe Yamaha and KTM are the only companies making them now (and Yamaha isn't putting nearly as much work it seems into the bikes as their 4-stroke competition bikes).