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    Default Motorcycle maintainance DIY videos

    Aoa guys any of the pro bikers who know how to work around bikes should make DIY videos for novice like us how to do basic bike maintainance , like plug replacement and cleaning , carburetor uninstalling and cleaning , break service , air filter replacement , engine tuning , tappet adjustments , for common bikes like 70cc and 125 cc etc @hidalgo

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidalgo View Post
    yeh kia kr dia
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    Datz one dirty engineI wish I was that good at working around my bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanrasheedpsh View Post
    Datz one dirty engineI wish I was that good at working around my bike

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    it's not dirty.....I'm the one making it dirty
    You can be
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    i m using my 70 with cd100 piston , its been two years and it heat ups alot, thinking to go back stock
    legend will revive soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidalgo View Post
    i m using my 70 with cd100 piston , its been two years and it heat ups alot, thinking to go back stock
    Mien is with quinchi 4 stroke 0.5 size piston......still it doesn't heat up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hidalgo View Post
    i m using my 70 with cd100 piston , its been two years and it heat ups alot, thinking to go back stock
    It's normal for them to heat up.
    How is performance?
    Is cd 100 piston in flat top or doomed?


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