Scotts works exactly like I want it to work, the people at Scotts are just what I want to deal with, the workmanship is as top-shelf as it comes. I ride a TLR on tight twist knarley mountain passes that don't have a center line, the mountain wasn't shaped for the road, they just layed down a ribbon of pavement that wanders around the boulders and trees. Before I get to the pass, I'm on a road that is so bad, I'm the only one on it (and that's good), trust me, I speak fluent rough.
Scotts has 3 different adjustments on their rotary for a much more percise adjustment for both slow and fast speeds.. Also on the gpr seems to be a little more cheaper built in quality and they only have 1 adjustment.. I had a dealer try to sell me the gpr dampner but I just cant seem to beat the scotts by all the reviews i had read!
My scotts rotary will be here next week.. I cant wait!
scotts really work. Head shake disappeared on those bumpy turns that I hated. Now I dive into them with confidense. In the 1st week after I installed it I had the scary moment of going through a turn a little to hot and ended up in the rough but the steering never even twitched.
This is what I like to hear, guys, and, great endorsement Steve, whatever the commotion (rail road tracks, broken pavement, front wheel getting reacquainted with pavement, whatever) just keeping things calm is worth the price, and if it means a save, just once, it's paid for life.
I've got cbr900rr carbs on my mk1 rabbit gti. It's got a 16v swap.
I am currently running 160 mains and 42 pilots. Mixture screws are 4 turns out already and I still idle very lean. 19:1 afr. Its rich everywhere else though. If I give it throttle itll jump to 12:1 and cruising is around...
So I have a little story. Not so long time ago my bike was stolen and I was already lost all belief to find it. But one morning I got a call from the police and they found it!!! That morning was like a little Christmas for me. So I got my bike back and know I learn from my lesson and I got one...
Hello I have a mitto and I want to convert the most popular option is the rd350, I've been looking at the ktm rc390 I was wondering if anyone had any information or tips on how to find out if the engine will fit the frame ???
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