trust me, you can still get hit by a car with a smart phone. I've seen it happen.
I would have given motorbicycling.com, where you haven't...
these people seem to have no trouble with it
this design is well established for dirt bikes. I don't see why it wouldn't work for bicycles either.
good lube never hurts. I like to direct my exhaust so the excess oil lubes my chain.
if your chain is falling off it's not properly aligned. maybe dish it the other way or throw some washers in there.
been there, done that. loosen the spoke and bend it out of the way. you'll have the same problem with a clamshell.
painting isn't ideal, you need something that can soak into the coils.
to pot a coil is to coat it in something to protect it. some people like wax, some like epoxy, some crazies out there even like polyurethane...
I always pot my coils on any new engine I get. my coils are always dead reliable.
here's another picture I found of one in use on an airplane. if airplane people are using it, you know it's simple, functional, and reliable.
this isn't my photo but it works the same way as what I've got. the level of fuel in the tubing will be the same as the level in the tank.
well if you run out of gas then you won't have much performance.
I use a simple sight gauge made of 2 90 degree brass fittings and a section of...
minus 1700 feet is an extra 1700 feet of power so I'm into it
you should see our density altitude ratings during the winter though. we're sitting around -1700 feet at the moment.
it's pretty dry where KC lives, you should try living here in biloxi where the temperature range is similar but the humidity is between 80% and...
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