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Fr33zypop

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About Fr33zypop

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    HQ Noob
  • Birthday 11/08/1983

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bismarck, ND
  • Interests
    Photography, video games, camping, and everything computer and network realted.

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    fr33zypop@hotmait.com

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  • My Banshee (optional)
    Black and Blue, 1994.
  1. Happy to report with the upgraded pilot jet to 27.5 and the main down to 300 it’s running a lot better. I still have some tweaking on the aircrews. I have them at 1.5 turns out but the power at 1/4 throttle is weak. My sync tool comes Tuesday so I’ll dial it in then. Other that some thumb cramping and needed adjustments to the brake and thumb throttle to the left I’ve got this banshee dialed in. It’s a freak how fast thing goes. The area I ride has tight turning with a lot of body shifting to stay on and the throttle has been awkward to control. This billet ones super long but I’ve remounted it to help. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Fr33zypop

    Front hub bearing have a tiny bit of play

    Sweet, thanks for the tip.I'll size it up once it get it apart haha. I think i've got access to a press if needed too.
  3. As I was buttoning up the banshee after a hot weekend putting it back together I noticed the right wheel has a very small amount of play at the hub. I found some bearing kits and I'm not worried about getting them pressed but wanted a general opinion on upgrading hubs. I see I could get some RPM and lonestar hubs for a few hundo that would probably happen over winter but am I really going to notice a difference with just some the standard hub and bearing replacements?
  4. The plot thickens!!! I took the needle jets out to check where they were and they were set all the way to the top. Ugh I can't wait for the new jets and other parts to get this back up and running again. I have the clip set on the third from the bottom now.
  5. Omg after watching some YouTube’s about my choke plunger not staying open I realized my bowls are on the wrong carbs!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. The floats are empty. Is the needle seat o ring under the brass that’s held down by the screw and bracket? I have new jets coming so after it’s back together I’ll see where I’m at. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. *fine little line Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. The tip look fine. I see a very fine little me but no indent. This is the leaky right carb. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Is this what your talking about? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I checked the floats and are right 21 mm. I noticed in my right carb doesn’t have a metal tube my left one does that goes around the gasket. Sorry for the newb questions. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I also noticed I don’t have splash guards on my main jet. Is that a big deal it’s missing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Here’s some better pictures Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. This is the best I have right now. Let me know if you need a better picture of the pipes. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I had some time to pull the carbs to 1 see why they leaked excess gas from the over flow and 2 to see what jets I have. The bowl was fairly clean other than the main jets had some sand build up. The main jets are 310 and pilot jets 25. I think I’m going to up the pilots to 30 and see how it goes from there. I still don’t know why the gas overflows but with the cleaning it may if helped. Im waiting on other parts to arrive with a sync tool before booting it all back together. I can’t find any information about my pipes to know what jetting they recommend so is there a ball park I should us to gauge my required jetting? I’ve got a open 2 to 1 aluminum air box with a knn and v4 reeds. It seems my 310 mine be under sized from the examples on the jetting faq page. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Yeah I found this hunk of gold last night here - http://www.dfn.com/agservices/jetfaq.html and started to digest it and I think your right on the main jets. The only concern I have is knowing what jets I have currently to know if I need to go down a size. Are they labeled or something to know the size? I plan on taking the carbs out this weekend and get parts hopefully next week.
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