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|17th June 2006, 10:37||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Hey guys...I am planning to...
I own a Fiero F2 which is 40k+ kms old. Now we all know how soft the F2's rear suspension was, and it has given way, and is stressing my swing-arm too.
I plan to fix the rear suspension of a classic Pulsar since even that bike had 18-inch rims, and since it a lot cheaper and stiffer (The crappy springs from TVS cost 1700 bucks, while the Pulsar's cost 900 odd bucks).
Also, i wanted to change my spark plug since all the ones fit by TVS misfire a lot. Now, I've been advised that a diff plug might be configured differently and hence could burn my ignition system. Is this true or just a myth?
My front forks have a lot of chatter. I have changed oil (thicker viscosity and also thinner), but it seems to help very little. I had changed the forks last year. Is there anything else I could try to do?
Looking for inputs bikers...
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