Nice sounding & Clean looking 750....low mileage...seems excellent in the video.My very first bike, did some work to it, hope to have it on the road this year!
Rough asphalt and the heat. Where in NE are you?Nice sounding & Clean looking 750....low mileage...seems excellent in the video.
Nice Seat, what is that seat ?
New rear tire ?
I need to replace my rear tire once a year.... I blame it on AZ. 's rough asphalt. :doh:
Just a thought...William the rear tire is a Pirelli route MT66 size 150/90/15. Not sure if it's original it was on the bike when I got it. The seat is a Mustang, the part number is 4-vn73r/75359. Fool, I live in Connecticut. Really hoping to work soon, I can't wait to take the course, get my license, and get this thing on the road. Really looking forward to it. I have new bars going on it soon, as a present I got Biltwell Keystones and nice grips. A good friend of mine is going to help me install them because I don't know how lol. I love the way it runs, it seems to have a slight fluctuation in idle though. When i put the bike on the side stand it idles lower and when I stand it up it idles higher then goes back down a bit and when I give it some throttle like I did in the video it stays a little high for a minute then it goes back down. I wouldn't imagine it's a big deal though.
Never Wolfie !If my bike sits too long, I dump the gas and use it in my mower,,,,I dont use chemicals that might hurt my bike....I rarely even use SeaFoam....just goes againt my grain....if yer bike has sat...drain the gas...refill with fresh....remember, gasoline gives off volatile gasses....eventually, they evaporate....the chem ya put in to "revitalize it", can hurt yer motor....
...prove me wrong.....
Your fresh Gasoline is 100% for minimum 90+ of days...no sweat.Wolfie what does it do to hurt it? The gas that I have in it is only a couple weeks old, I don't remember how much Stabil I put in it but I followed the directions and it wasn't very much.