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My 500 electric dirt bike has 2 power buttons what are they for

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How to change rings in a 2-stroke dirt bike.


Hi there, ok first off pull everything like the gas tank and seat and if you have to, the rumber plates. Then take the exhuast header off, next, you want to take the spark plug out and then if u can ok the coolent core, undo the coolent hose, (if your dirt bike is on a stand) put ur dirt bike in the highest gear as possible and slowly turn the wheel backwards and antifreeze should come out, once empty put bike back in N and losen the bottom bolt in a star patteren. and after that take the bolts all the way off, then get a rub malet. and lightly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tap it once on each sid and the top end should come completely off. After that take the rings off and start with the part of the ring, with the pin in the piston. And the ring should pop right off. then reverse the steps. NOTE: when put the rings back in and u start ur bike up, dont rev it paast 500 rpms (until after break in) (break in is less then half throttle for a gas tank full to empty)

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What are the most critical factors to consider when buying accessories for your Dirt Bike?


Here are the factors to consider when buying accessories to ensure that your Dirt Bike has the best accessories that are high performance and longevity.

1.

Batteries

Dirt-road or off-road batteries are a dime a dozen hence it is sometimes difficult to

Vet the best to pick out from. High quality, long-lasting batteries can be found stocked with leading brands. After identifying a leading brand of your choice, check to see if battery is maintenance free. This will ensure that you don't have to add water to sustain a charge and your bike will always start each time you start the ignition.

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Air filters

To boost your bikes horse power and throttle there needs to be an effective fuel air controller that is easy to install. Being an easy plug in and play component enables bikers to modify easily the fuel to air percentage. By modification a substantial power and responsiveness from the bike can be obtained.

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Security

Dirt Bike accessories can be attractive to rogue mechanics or even bandits. Take responsibility as a bike owner by identifying brands locally or in the internet that can offer high quality locks and alarm systems. A wise purchase of a security system for your dirt bike should entail an effective alarm and lock system from trusted brands.



Safety
To ensure you are able to steer clear of any obstacles and achieve a stable ride, the right fitting handlebars is critical. The ideal handlebars for your bike should be upgradable to suit a rider's preferences. Hence it is important to look out for these two factors to achieve comfort and avoid accident.

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Hi, my son has an electric razor quad bike with two 6 volt batteries. We have just replaced both batteries and the full charge light shows when you switch it on but it still wont start up. Can you...


The batteries should be 2 x 12v giving an output of 24v anything less than this the Razor Dirt Quad will not run. always make sure you buy genuine Razor replacement batteries.

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Should you start on a dirt bike or street bike?


That depends on what you are using it for. Obviously, if you are dirt biking, you should use a dirt bike, and otherwise use a street bike. Start out with what you are going to use the most - dirt (freestyle) or street racing.

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1979 CX500. When you push the start button why does light dim


The starter button when pushed in half way turns the power off to the lights so more electricity can be used for powering the ignition and starter at the same time. If you press lightly you can turn off the lights with out engaging the starter. Pressing all the way down engages the starter. The button is a two position switch. Carefully take it apart , clean it and put it back together and you may fix the problem.I have three old Honda motorcycles that all have right hand switch assemblies wired to them from other bikes (Because the original was no longer available) You should be able to rewire any Honda two cable switch too work on your bike.

May 06, 2010 | 1979 Honda CX 500 A

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How do you set points for a 1974 yamaha 500


hello, old school bikers woud use a match book cover, get the lobe up , open points, close them to barely touch match book flap, tighten down see if it works, i have actually tried this it works on late model dirt bikes old triumps, late 70-80 dirt bikes, sounds crazy, try it

Mar 31, 2010 | 1974 Yamaha DT 360

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I left the bike in my garage and now it wont start, what could i do?


hi friend,
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Move switch to ON position
Locate your dirt bikes OFF/ON, RUN/OFF, or START Switch. Use your finger to move the switch to the RUN, ON, or START position.
  • Step 212233_65x95_aspect.jpg Turn fuel switch ONLook on the side of your dirt bike near the engine and locate the "FUEL ON/OFF" switch. Use your finger to move the lever to the "ON" position. Your dirt bike will not start if the fuel is turned off. This off switch helps prevent fuel leaks when your dirt bike is stored.
  • Step 312234_65x95_aspect.jpg Turn choke ONIf your dirt bike engine isn’t warm, you will need to turn the choke on to start the bike. Locate the choke lever near the engine on the side of your dirt bike, probably not far from the "FUEL ON/OFF" switch. Use your finger to move the choke lever to the on position. Once your dirt bike has started and the engine has warmed up, you will need to move the choke lever to the "off" position.
  • Step 412236_65x95_aspect.jpg Foot on kick start pegBend your knee and place your foot on the kick start peg while leaning your weight on your other foot. Stand slightly and push the kick starter all the way down with as much force as you can.
  • Step 512239_65x95_aspect.jpg Push all the way downIf the bike doesn't start after the first attempt to kick start it, try again. Remember to push the peg as far down as it will go with as much of your weight as possible.
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    • If your dirt bike has a four-stroke compression engine and won't start, release the compression valve and try starting it again.
    • Sometimes, the engine remains in a compressed position and cannot turnover until the pressure is released.
    • If your dirt bike is equipped with an electric-starter, but won't start, you can follow these steps and kick start it.
    • Remember: always wear safety equipment when operating a dirt bike or ATV.
    • You should at least wear a helmet, boots that cover your ankles, and a chest protector to avoid serious injury.
    • Always supervise children when operating motor vehicles.
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