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Old 07-20-2015, 03:04 PM   #41
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Just sounds to me like it's time for someone who knows what they are doing to fix your bike. You could have had a professional do it and been back on the road and a lot less stress. You obviously aren't quailed if your testing fuel injection pressure with a vacuum/low fuel pressure gauge.
Already dropped it off sir. Understand though that before taking it to a professional I at least wanted to make sure there was nothing more I could do. Yea thanks to a member I realized I had the wrong gauge but corrected it and my pressure was fine. Gave up and let a pro take over. Like I said I've been had my answer.
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Old 07-20-2015, 08:41 PM   #42
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Been out of work jetcycles hope that "" in your blood isn't contagious.
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Old 07-20-2015, 09:13 PM   #43
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Man. You really don't ask for help very well. I can't imagine you getting much more help after this
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Old 07-20-2015, 09:35 PM   #44
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Man. You really don't ask for help very well. I can't imagine you getting much more help after this
I asked for help and I got my answer bluewave. I've been out of the thread. What better way can I ask for help? I stated my questions and they were answered way before he even came with his comment.
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Old 07-29-2015, 08:14 AM   #45
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Been out of work jetcycles hope that "" in your blood isn't contagious.
This is the first time that I've logged into this forum since the last time that I posted in this thread, some people on this forum actually have lives outside of the internet, if you can believe that. I haven't, and won't, forget about you, although you're incredibly low on my to do list. I look forward to the day that we cross paths!
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[QUOTE=Stancedsi;3923733]Convienent if you ask me ... Although I'm just curious because I'm doing a motor swap for this reason. And just felt as if this could be a possibility and avoid the whole swap. After talking to some members everyone is shooting me towards piston rings :([/QUOTE

You need to do a compression check first.
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Old 07-30-2015, 08:13 AM   #47
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The motor runs fine....
His stator is reading 43 45 45 at 4k rpm. I read it should be between 50-60. that's why it keep dying on you.

What I don't like to see is the 2 names for the same person. Makes things kinda fishy. With all the welding done to this frame.... and it not having a title....I don't want be apart of any of that business. I was only helping you because I thought you got screwed by the Annust guy. but since you are him... I'm out.
come get it tonight or tomorrow. I sent you a text when to come.

You seem like a nice kid... just get your together.
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Old 08-02-2015, 03:47 AM   #48
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Hey Albert. Again thanks for all your time tinkering with the bike. I was... Frustrated with the whole thing at the time. I didn't think I got screwed by the annust guy. Well I mean besides the welds that much I didn't see. I just thought decent price for a decent project. 2 names my name is stancedsi. Instagram is stancedsi. Kik is stancedsi. Snapchat is stancedsi. I do have contact with annust because I have questions every 5 mins. Anyway didnt really think twice about you telling me to pick up my bike. Just seemed to be that time cause it was all figured out. Still have to pick up my air duct and the bar that holds my tank in place. Just text me with details on that please. Thanks for the hids I love em
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The motor runs fine....
His stator is reading 43 45 45 at 4k rpm. I read it should be between 50-60. that's why it keep dying on you.

What I don't like to see is the 2 names for the same person. Makes things kinda fishy. With all the welding done to this frame.... and it not having a title....I don't want be apart of any of that business. I was only helping you because I thought you got screwed by the Annust guy. but since you are him... I'm out.
come get it tonight or tomorrow. I sent you a text when to come.

You seem like a nice kid... just get your together.
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Old 08-02-2015, 05:36 AM   #49
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Stolen bike......selling stolen tvs 2 screen names........dang lol
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Old 08-03-2015, 02:21 AM   #50
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My bike isn't stolen?... I don't even understand what my welded frame would have anything to do with a stolen bike. I'm not exactly even sure how a frame cracks tbh...
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