gen-2 tuneup

Randy Grein randygrein at comcast.net
Sat May 2 16:20:53 PDT 2009


Praise God! (kidding)

Check valve clearance and plugs, clean the air filter, check  
compression and (depending on how many miles are on it) have it  
rebuilt when it starts slowing down. You may have reached that point  
already...

Randy Grein, WMRRA #41

On May 2, 2009, at 3:46 PM, Roger Gonzalez wrote:

> Ok, so I've raced for a while on my 2003, and haven't really done  
> anything "maintenancy" to it other than change oil/filter, brakes/ 
> fluid, tires, and put it back together when I wad it.  When I'm not  
> destroying it, it has been pretty appliance-like.
>
> It's probably time to R&R other stuff, I'd think. I've generally  
> been a fairly reactive wrencher.  What's some proactive work I  
> should do?  I know that my bike dynos a bit lower than its peers.  I  
> run production, so no major changes are in the works, but it would  
> be nice to extract as much performance as I can.
>
> Thanks for any advice,
>
> -rg
> afm688



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