Question about Piaggio Motorcycles
1.Clean the Exhaust
2.Clean the carb
3.Check the pipe from thank for dust particles (petrol pump)
4.Re-bore the cylinder
Posted on Jun 30, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2000 Vulcan Nomad FI & had a very similar problem. In fact, it's a very common problem with these bikes. I fixed it by replacing the Clutch Spring. (As Described here: http://www.gadgetjq.com/clutch_spring_replacement.htm
It cost me $40 and 3 hours of time with an impact wrench.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
I don't know what 'cupping' is. If you mean wear, then it is probably down to having incorrect tracking set on the car. Go to a garage and get the toe out checked. If your tracking is out, you will wear the edge of the tyres. Over inflation will cause the centre of the tyre to wear, and under inflation will cause the outer and inner band of the tread to wear.
The vibration may be caused by the loss of wheel weights. Maybe knocked off by hitting a kerb which also may be the cause of the tracking being out. Driving over a deep pot hole in the road can have the same effect.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
SOURCE: Chain on bike keeps slipping
If you bought it last night then you should be able to take it back. Take the receipt with you. Do NOT attempt to fix it yourself since you just bought it less than 30 days ago. Just exchange it or return it for refund.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
you can change the sprockets.If you go to a 16 tooth front sprocket. two teeth on a front sprocket is like droping 4 teeth on the rear. You could drop 2 teeth on the rear sprocket but a 43 tooth is probably harder to find. the usual choices for front are 14,15,16 tooth.
For the rear they are 44,45,46 tooth
The way to remeber gearing changes is on REAR sprocket is smaller=faster and larger=slower top end.
the FRONT is OPPOSITE to the rear smaller=slower and bigger=faster.
You may have to lengthen or shorten the chain depending whjch way you go.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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