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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-24-2013, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Went to start my bike and it wouldn't go into neutral for start up, I tried for a while to run the gears, then I backed it into the garage and it went in neutral and started but there was a loud BACKFIRE, there was a losse bolt on the shifter assembly, I need some advice HELP


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-28-2013, 07:27 PM
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Loose shifter bolt prevented you from getting the bike into neutral, then you flooded the bike trying to start it in gear. When it lit off finally it farted.

Tighten the loose shifter bolt, change your underwear and you'll be good to go.

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I got it going, it's Happening tomarrow epic ride



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Trying to go pick up some ladies tomorrow on my ride, what's the best way to ride with an extra helmet on the back?


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Trying to go pick up some ladies tomorrow on my ride, what's the best way to ride with an extra helmet on the back?


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With the helmet being supported by a chick with big boobs.

Small bungee cargo net to hold the empty helmet on the back seat. DO NOT use the underseat helmet lock and have the helmet hanging on the side. (too much risk of the helmet hitting the swingarm, pipe or rear wheel.)

Oh, and pics or it didn't happen.

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Nice, weird the motorcycle shops don't have the nets, I think I found one on the mountain bike website seems legit, all I need is the cargo net, Gota keep it simple, ImageUploadedByMO Free1370538042.385918.jpg wish I would have had an extra helmet, there were some hot babes at the beach


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