My fault. It should be "Horn".66Sprint said:Alarm?.....US models don't have that......Is it stock, or aftermarket?
Sorry. This pic was took one year ago. I just use it to show the position of the lost small part. Do not worry.66Sprint said:Well, from your picture, that isn't a stock horn... Regardless, It should be able to work, but WHY is the coil power (HOT) wire GROUNDED to the horn? (the red alligator)
And why AREN'T the condensors grounded?
NathanMT01 said:This may or may not be hogwash, but we've always told our customers specifically NOT to use in-line fuel filters from hardware stores meant for lawnmowers. It's not a mark-up item, so there's no sales technique about it, they only cost about 50 cents or so. But a lot of die-hard riders swear that the ones for lawnmowers, etc. don't have the same fuel flow with the filtration process.
Interesting. I've got a Yamaha 550 running with a 1/4" filter I got at the local auto parts store working just fine but then it's only got one season on it. Might have to re-think my filter procurement process. It would be a shame to screw up a good running bike over something that cheap.
Just push the button that says "Quote", right at the bottom of his post......J-T said:One of these days I'm going to figure out how you guys get those "Nathan Wrote" quotes in there. As proud as I am of my computer illiteracy it sometimes can be a pain.