Just got email today my rack wit exhauts cutout is ready. panniers wont be getting made till later as he is already fullfilly a backlog of orders and upgrading their place.
but he sent me their new design and this what they sell now.
they look real nice
need save now for panniers
I find it convenient to stop the engine using the cutout switch before removing the key. A friend keeps telling me that this is bad for the bike and that it is only designed for emergencies.
I can't think of any reason why this should be. Any ideas?
Guys, more questions from the series "dumb questions from a curious beginner"
One of my mates has an alp (650 like mine but 2002) and it`s engine cutout switch failed and just stopped the darn thing from starting...after an hour of opening the throttle and the choke,cranking the engine...
ok, i posted a thread recently about problems with my RD07A cutting out at low speed over bumpy terrain. thanks for all on the forum for suggestions etc.
finally got hold of a AT rider in capetown, superfoxy(his name) and like so many issues in life, the solution was a stuupid bl***dy small...
I have an old Yamaha TY 175 which is in really good order.
Recently it has starting cutting out after about 10 -15 minutes running. It will then start up again after about five minutes and cut out again a couple of minutes later and so on.
I have changed:
Personally it sounds like a problem with the coil. I don't know if the AT's have inheritent coil problems but the last time I hade similar probs it was always wet and the bike would cut out and then start when the coil dried out. This coil was the ceramic type with a hair line crack in it. Took...