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Can i ditch the anti dive system on my gpz100rx and how ?

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Yes, but why? If you see a small 4" silver bar connected to your front axle and when you press the front end it react the opposite direction that is your anti-dive torque bar, just bolt it and remove the bolts. You'll find that the bike will have more tendency to nose dive everytime you brake or brake harder. Good enough advise?

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Hi,I have a 2001 Pt Cruiser. The key fob stopped working.. replaced batteries but still no joy.The key opens the drivers door, but as soon as I remove the key it locks again.The passenger door opens and...


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How to make homemade antifog solution


Here's a simple recipe to make your own anti fog solution instead of buying expensive anti fog spray. Mix equal parts of a mild dish soap and hair conditioner. Put it in a an eye dropper or squirt bottle and apply a thin layer to your dive mask as usual, wipe it around, and briefly rinse out.

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What are the different types of dive computers?


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Console dive computers are attached to the diver's equipment by a hose. Main difference between console dive and wrist dive computers is that console dive computers include pressure devices in them.

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How to fill the anti dive front fork system with air 1983yamah venture


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It keeps flashing file! And it's not logging anymore dives.


When the amount of available memory in flash memorybecomes low, "FILE" flashes in the lower left corner ofthe display in all of the submodes of the standard mode as well as in the dive mode. Thewatch automatically switches to the flash memory statusdisplay of the system monitor mode when the water sensor gets wet while thiswarning function is activated. Please note that although it is possibleto use the watch for diving in this state, log data may not be recorded inflash memory during diving. The file error warning function is also activated andadditional log data is not recorded if the duration of a single dive exceeds 2 hours or if morethan 15 dives are made in a single day. The file error warning function may also be activated whenthe water temperature during diving is low. It may not be possible to receive watchsettings by data communication while the file error warning When the watch has switched to the file error warningdisplay, perform the garbage collection procedure in the system monitor mode of the standardmode. Thedisplay returns to normal following completion of garbagecollection. Garbage collection begins when button (C) is pressedfor at least 2 seconds during the flash memory status display. • During the garbage collection operation, an alarmsounds and "G.C." is displayed on the display. When garbage collection is completed,"Done" is displayed on the display. • Garbage collection cannot be performed when"G.C." has changed to "NG" on the battery charge indicator or when the water sensor hasbeen activated. "Fail" is displayed on the disPress button (B) in the system monitor modeof the standard mode to switch the watch to the Flash Memory Status Display. Formatting Flash Memory Formatting of flash memory begins when button (B) is pressed while pressing button (C) simultaneously forat least 2 seconds.play at this time. theoxrysa@freemail.gr

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1984 Kawasaki GPz1100 (ZX1100-A2) Repair


The anti-dive valves are easy to remove...
Place the bike on her center stand, and raise the front wheel with a jack under the front of the engine/exhaust.
first loose the 3-way connector on the lower fork part ( brakefluid ).
Remove the 2 screws that hold the upper part of the anti-dive system to the lower part. You'll see the plunger. When braking, that plunger should move about 2mm out. It must be possuble to push it back in place with fingerpressure. Then that part of valve is OK. All the parts of the plunger are separately available by a Kawasaki dealer.
The lower part of the ADVS is also easy. Just remove the 2 screws holding them to the fork tubes. The fork oil will drip out...
When reassemble, dont forget to bleed the brake hoses at the top of the plungers...
To remove the springs...
Loose both screws on the upper fork clamps.
Remove the rubber stops on the air valves
Bleed the air out of the fork pushing the air valves ( some have only 1 air valve, and an equilibration tube just below the upper fork clamp )
Remove both fork spring stops. Caution, hold them firmly down while unscreing, to avoid the stops jump away at the end of the thread!
On reassembly, the stops must be screwed at 2.3 DaN/m (17 lbf/ft ).
The quantity of oil is exactly 348cm³ in each fork. Must be filled without the springs. Push then the fork several times up and down to pump the new oil in all the valves. Then with the fork down, measure the hight between oil level and top of fork. That must be 379mm.

Hope this all helps...
Don't know about an air valve at the bottom of fork tubes...

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How do I keep my snorkeling mask from getting fogged up?


There are two easy reasons the mask is fogging. First can be the initial film wasn't properly cleaned off. When you get a new mask there is residue on the tempered glass. The easiest way to get it off is using the toothpaste as mentioned above. You dip the mask in the water and then put about a pea sized blob of tooth paste on each lense. (some masks have one large one some are two split.) Rub the toothpaste all around for a few minutes. Rinse and repeat. (it's worth the extra few seconds to do it again. It is the slight abrasiveness in the tooth paste that gets the film off. Second before you dive (or snorkel) apply a pro grade anti fog. or dip. I live in FL and use 500 PSI brand. It works great for me in the warmer water temps. A small bottle is like 6 bucks, but considering what we spend to go dive, or the small amount of time we get to spend on the bottom it is well worth it. Plus you use very much. A local dive shop can give you a good rec on what will work in your area. but 3 - 7 bucks can get you more than enough for 25+ dives.

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Scuba suit need?


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