Fabian
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Birthday:
Sep 3, 1970 (Age: 46)
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Australia - Melbourne
Occupation:
Security Guard

Fabian

Well-Known Member, 46, from Australia - Melbourne

Fabian was last seen:
Jan 14, 2017 at 7:34 PM
    1. Wags
      Wags
      Fabian, I figure if anyone knows it would be you. How do I remove the retaining ring cup on my clutch? I would like to replace just my big bevel gear and not the whole assembly. Besides, I like to know how everything works.
    2. Rob H
      Rob H
      I just wanted to say thanx for all of your videos I really picked up a lot even using some of your ideas
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        Appreciate your comments
        May 14, 2016
    3. Johnaton
      Johnaton
      Hello Fabian I've been watching a lot of your videos one that I am really looking at is for the air horn or velocity stack that you have for your walbro style carb I got mine from jnm motors but it's not the same it dosent have the throttle cable fixed position holder would you know we're I can get this kind I've looked all over eBay and the internet still can't find it?My email is masterhoward@outlook.com thank you!
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        I got mine from Rock Solid Engines but they now no longer produce parts for these engines.
        May 14, 2016
    4. Ronen
      Ronen
      Hello,
      I bought from jnmotors Cent clutch
      like in your video and it came with sticky red gel
      on the ball bearing and brown cilinder.
      Do I need to clean this gel or it its a lubricant?
      and if yes how to clean it and will wd40 be OK?
      and did you trim the clutch pads?
      Thank's, Ronen
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        Just install the centrifugal clutch the same way as i have shown in my video on centrifugal clutch installation.
        May 14, 2016
    5. Nutsandbolts
      Nutsandbolts
      Hey man i just wanted to know what is it that keeps stuffing up in my bike when i ride i always put the choke down or when its cole i put it up and i have full tank
      reply when you see this cheers:rolleyes7:
    6. techtiger
      techtiger
      Fabian I was wondering how to go about adjusting the chain the drives the large sprocket on the sick bike parts shift kit. Its too slack and a half link still doesn't work. If If there was a such thing as a 1/4 link I'd be golden. Also I'm having issues with my pedal chain coming off. Are you the one thatmakes the tensioner and jump stop for this kit? If its not too much trouble i love to purchase one if you made one. Thanks.
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        You can get the left hand side and right hand side chain tensioner at SickBikeParts. I suggest that you get both.
        May 14, 2016
    7. ronphelps
      ronphelps
      Hello Fabian, I'm interested in your idea about the alternator. I purchased one like yours and have all the lights set to go but for the wiring could you tell me about the two wires coming from the alternator. Do they go hot and ground? or go together as hot? thanks
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        I have not yet installed an alternator on my bike.
        May 14, 2016
    8. Fabian
      Fabian
      I must apologise for not responding to these questions, as this is the first time i've looked at this part of my profile as of 9-10-2012.
      I never knew it existed as i've never received any notification that messages have been placed in here.

      I'll get back to your questions tomorrow.

      Cheers
      Fabian
    9. Lunardog
      Lunardog
      I was wondering if youd mind fielding a couple of quick questions for me. I have installed the SBP shift kit and love it however in the mountains of pennsylvania it still lacks a bit of low end climbing steep hills. Im currently in contact with Rock Solid to see about a reed valve kit for my 66cc stinger motor. So on to the questions. 1. Im currently using an nt carb, do you recommend replacing (nt speed carb or deltoro??) 2. should I need to rejet either way? 3. I have a dremmel and was curious if I should open my intake port at all. Hope you do not find my questions intrusive but I find you to be very knowledgeable in this area and the reed valve from Rock Solid is truley being done on your reviews. I used many of your posts in the building of my MB and say thanks for all of the information you have provided thus far. Regards , Ron.
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        You will need to install a suitable jet in the carburettor. There is no magic number as every engine is unique. I have had one of my engines require a Delorto #86 jet and another engine ran optimally on a Delorto #70 jet. For the most part my engines seem to zone in at a Delorto #76 jet using Australian eastern seaboard 98 octane (equivalent to American 93 octane) fuel with a 25:1 oil/fuel ratio.
        May 14, 2016
    10. jasonpadilla
      jasonpadilla
      hey fabian i had a question on my skyhawk 66cc motor it runs better with the choke slightly up, i have the needle clip in the 2nd from the top what should i do?
      1. Fabian
        Fabian
        The needle position only regulate fuel flow through the jet at part throttle. These engine are generally operated at full throttle, so the needle has virtually no effect in operation. When setting up an NT carburettor, i do full throttle runs to determine optimal jet size, then lower the needle to it's lowest position, because the engine will be running rich at idle.
        May 14, 2016
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    Birthday:
    Sep 3, 1970 (Age: 46)
    Location:
    Australia - Melbourne
    Occupation:
    Security Guard
    Engine Type:
    Chinese 66cc 2-stroke
    Radio controlled Helicopters + Motored Bicycles
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