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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You're looking for part number 27002A. In this picture it is found very close to the horn. That does not mean is is close to the horn on your bike, but I would check there first if it is easy to get to. Usually there is an electrical box. The fuse box may contain the relay. Your dealer should be able to tell you exactly where it is, as would any shop manual for your bike.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Coming from a previous ninja owner/rider. I know adjusting the valves is a project to get the mixture just right. If you say it is running fine, I would leave it alone. It you are really looking for more power, get a jet kit which comes specific for your bike and includes a bunch of different sized jets. But my honest opinion even after reaching 20,000 miles on this bike, if it isn't broken don't change it. The best way to learn is to meet a bike mechanic and become friends with him to learn more. There are usually 3 valves that control different RPM mixtures, a low mixture knob controls RPMs from idle-6k- mid knob from 6-9 and high knob that controls the fuel-to-air mixture at high RPMs from 9-12k+ rpm's. This is just one example and they are all different. Basically you test your RPM range, adjust the knob, and repeat until you find the right feel. Too much or too little gas it will get boggy in that RPM region. Oh and don't turn the high mixture valve thinking it's the low, get a repair manual online to locate the proper knobs and you could do it yourself.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
The frame number is the key to identification. Is that the "TAG NUMBER" you are speaking of? Contact a dealer and see if they still have the old codes. Look at the base of the cylinder. Often the engine size is cast into the side. A 100cc engine will likely show 98cc on the cylinder. If nothing else, take the bike to a dealer or two and let them see it. Chances are that someone will recognize it " Oh yeah, that's an old 100cc Trailmaster with the dual range trannie ( offroad and street ranges ). Looks like around 1966 to me "
For parts, go to the site below where, ( if the bike is 1965 or newer ), you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part and/or the notation "Not Available" is in the description, the part is not in stock. www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx
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At some point you will need to clean the carb. The best cleaner is denatured alcohol. Also use a spray cleaner from the auto parts store. The air pressure helps in cleaning small carb circuits. The factory settings for the throttle screw and the air screw are done as follows, > turn both inward until LIGHTLY seated. Now open up each of them one and one half turns. I hope this helps you out!
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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