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School me on: 2-strokes

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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes


    Little bottles of premix approriate for 1 gal of fuel. That's what the original poster proposed.

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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_E_D View Post
    Little bottles of premix approriate for 1 gal of fuel. That's what the original poster proposed.
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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_E_D View Post
    Little bottles of premix approriate for 1 gal of fuel.
    4oz baby bottles with standard flat cap work well for this. most also have oz measure on side which is handy.

    4oz premix to 1gal fuel = 32:1 ... easy to get the approx ratio you need from that base.

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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes

    I use these little Nalgene bottles for all sorts of stuff. Whiskey and olive oil for backpacking, motor oil on the bikes (not the same bottles)

    They say they aren't guaranteed leakproof for liquids, but they have never leaked a drop for me. Been meaning to find an appropriate oring to slap in a few of them but never got around to it. I pack them in a ziplock bag for some insurance but never needed it.



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    Bought a mess of them a while back, at LL Bean I think, they have a travel kit on their website that includes some 4oz bottles.

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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes

    Ok, I'm pulling an audible. Going to check out a 2014 200xcw on sat morning. Kid races some netra b class hare scrambles. Looks clean and well taken care of, so we'll see. Part of me thinks ripping the smaller 200 will be more fun in the NE woods

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    Gasp! Finally, that solution for those of us both incapable of keeping a machine vertical and DIY obsessed!



    YouTube

    Even the name is frickin' cool.

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    ^ nice score, def report how you like it. i've read some good reviews.

    Sideshow on here just picked up the Mino Racing kit (air + heat) and said it worked great.

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    Oh, I didn't buy it. Yuuutoobe just showed me that vid this AM and I felt like sharing. I've since gone down the rat-hole and am now considering an ebay copy of something like the kit you mention. Seems more economical. Something like that may earn a spot on nhbubba's xmas list.

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    That looks terrifying, had to replace the factory o ring to hold in 700psi!?

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    That's why you purge the air first. No air, water at 700PSI is going to make a mess, but no one gets hurt. Air at 700PSI, you've got yourself a bomb.

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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes

    Quote Originally Posted by typeone View Post
    Sideshow on here just picked up the Mino Racing kit (air + heat) and said it worked great.
    I have repaired three pipes so far with the Mino kit. 2 Gnarlys and my stocker.

    No more then 60psi needed but you need to pay attention to the pressure. As you heat the damaged area, the pressure can build in the pipe. I kept a gauge attached so I could monitor the psi and keep it at 60psi.

    Plenty of heat and patience will get most of the major dents out.

    Sorry, no before pictures were taken. Iíll try and get some after pics posted later.

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    Major dents is all I ask to remove. That Mino kit looks worth the cost and then some. Easier to store too. I'm running out of room in the shop.
    Told Santa about it. If she doesn't come through I'll buy one come spring-time.

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    School me on: 2-strokes-da94afe7-08ac-431e-a3e0-09470a73ec7d
    The Gnarly was the hardest to get out. The dent was deeply creased right in the middle of the welds.
    I probably could get the stocker a little better. It was the first one I worked on. The dent was badly creased too.

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    Re: School me on: 2-strokes

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    School me on: 2-strokes-da94afe7-08ac-431e-a3e0-09470a73ec7d
    The Gnarly was the hardest to get out. The dent was deeply creased right in the middle of the welds.
    I probably could get the stocker a little better. It was the first one I worked on. The dent was badly creased too.
    ready for another pancake!

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