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DIY! How to Perform Rust Inspection and Replacement with Front Fork Inner Tube!

Covering your motorcycle right after riding under the rain or leaving them outside for long a time are your motorcycle's worst enemy but the front fork inner tube is one of the most susceptible parts....
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DIY! How to Remove Rust from Fuel Tank Along With Its Relevant Parts

When removing rust from the fuel tank, thoroughly clean the fuel cock and fuel gauge as well. A motorcycle's fuel tank that has been stored outdoors for a long period of time suffers from rust due to ...
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DIY! How to Change and Lubricate the Brake Lever Contact Position

I greased up the pivot part of the brake lever, but when I held the lever, something seems to be caught when the lever is gripped, and the movement is not smooth. If you feel like that, you should loo...
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Every Single Dust Matters! Greasing Up Your Suspension Will Definitely Improve Your Riding Performance!

The suspension responds accurately to city/sports riding and inconsistent road conditions. It also allows you to focus more on riding. It requires smooth movement of the links that convey the movement...
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DIY! How to Clean the Fuel Tank Before Rust Removal

The setup is the most important than anything else in removing rust inside the fuel tank. Besides, work procedures and working methods, to experience a variety of cases because different depending on ...
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DIY! How to Replace the Oil Filter to Protect Your Engine! [YZF-R25 Edition]

The generation of metal dust due to friction has been greatly reduced in the latest engine model with the evolution of materials, improvement of processing accuracy, and improvement of engine oil qual...
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DIY! How to Change the Coolant and Clean the Radiator

As a cooling medium for water-cooled engines, a "long-life coolant" called LLC must be used instead of freshwater. Let's recognize this LLC as "the point of cooling parts" that sho...
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How to Polish and Rust Out the Chrome Plating Wheels of Motorcycle

Chrome plating, which is used for surface treatment of steel parts such as spoke wheel rims and pipe handlebar, has a feeling of dignity and luxury that is a bit different from the painted finish. How...
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A simple and basic ignition system in the 1970s = how to maintain a contact breaker

The three main prerequisites for all engines are: good mixture, good compression and good spark. As for the spark, today only non-contact types are available, but until the 1970s, mechanical point-of-...
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Let’s do regular maintenance! How to grease up the lever that will drastically change the operation of the brake and clutch

Lubrication is essential for the parts of the engine, wheels, chain and other parts that move while in contact with each other. The throttle and clutch cables will also move smoothly and lightly with ...
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Stronger than glue! Repairing plastic parts by melting and embedding the core [Cowl Repair].

Plastic parts can crack or chip not only due to accidents and falls, but also due to deterioration over time. Welding with a soldering iron is effective for strong repairs in places where strength is ...
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DIY! How to Remove Rotten Fuel in the Carburetor by Chemicals!

When you say you've got a motorcycle that has been vacant for many years since the last ride or has been left behind for a long time, you need to take care of the fuel left in the carburetor. All the ...
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DIY! How to Make Carbon Parts at Home!

FRP and CF (carbon fiber) parts are indispensable for making a custom machine. Full-scale dry carbon parts are manufactured using special equipment and facilities, but it
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DIY! How to Deal Clutch Sticking Especially in Motorcycle not Used for a Long-time

It is the common sense of the manual transmission that can be interrupted by holding the clutch lever to interrupt the engine and transmission rotation. However, if you do not ride for a long time, su...
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DIY! How to Remove and Diagnose the Hardened Fluid in the Brake Master Caliper

Disc brakes, which are standard equipment for sports bikes, can be braked by operating levers and pedals, and are released if you release the brake lever. However, depend
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This is the right thing to do! Rust removal and rust removal from the gasoline tank

When it comes to removing rust from a gasoline tank, the effectiveness and finish of the process differs greatly depending on whether thorough arrangements were made or not. High-performance rust remo...
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DIY! How to Tighten the Drain Bolt when Changing the Engine Oil!

Many users enjoy practicing engine oil change because it makes the engine quieter, increases the torque, and makes a difference in the way the engine runs depending on th
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Points to keep in mind when changing the coolant! Don’t overlook the dirt in the reserve tank.

The cooling system of a water-cooled engine is composed of the radiator itself, water pump, thermostat and Although we focus on the radiator cap, it's surprising how often it's located away from those...
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Maintenance to be done during Holidays. Let’s try to overhaul the carb!

The part that has the biggest impact on the condition of the engine is the carburetor. If the slow system circuit is clogged, it will idle sluggishly. On a tuned engine, it won't idle unless it decide...
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The ultimate in eco-maintenance! Let’s make our own scraper out of a gold saw!

Let's just sand the tips into an oyster shape, and polish them off with paper! If any burrs appear in the piston pin clip groove during piston assembly and restoration, the piston pin will be damaged....
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