The brake pedal shaft is splined at the end where the arm, which connects to the master cylinder, is. Undo the bolt on the arm, and remove it, and then wiggle (it'll probably be a bit stuck on there) the brake pedal assembly off the arm. You can then adjust the height you need it at, and make finer adjustments to the amount of brake lever travel with the adjuster on the master cylinder piston rod.
I faced this problem couple years ago and repaired shock on my own. Last time after some requests on Polish Forum Africa Twin for help I started working on repair kit for this bike, So I want to share my work with you, I hope you are interested :)
As you may know rear shock can lose the oil...
Hi Guys . I am new at this forum and I am a Mexican that lives in South Africa.
Is it possible that having a problem with the Starter Relay cuts all the power to the Motorcycle. No lights .no dashboard lights (oil Light Neutral).
The one I have looks quite corroted and the Red Box looks quite...
Start by removing the tank and everything else that's in the way. Clean it, you don't want sand and other stuff in the engine :thumb:
And yes, the engine needs to be completely cool before you start this.
Intake valves: 0.13 to 0.17mm
Exhaust valves: 0.18 to 0.22mm
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