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just got back from a contry lane killing session, and when i was playing on some round abouts that my engine sounded wierd, kinda like it was running on 3 cylinders, and there is a ticking nois which increases with the revvs, also the revvs dont wana climb as much as they did


anyone have any ideas ?
 

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me dad thinks its the zorst manifold
well there you go pumpkin......all the worries for nought

zorst should be easy to sort.

my advise would be to make sure everything is hunky dorry and in good working order before you do a "country lane killing session"

oh and by the way...keep an eye out for traffic coming the other way when you are doing your" country lane killing session "

wouldnt want you hurting anyone now would we......


my advise to you is.....
if you want to "play on the roundabout" you should rather take your bike to a few trackdays so that you can "play" in a safe and supervised environment...

you may have the talent to become a racer.....

just my opinion..... no offence meant
 

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well there you go pumpkin......all the worries for nought

zorst should be easy to sort.

my advise would be to make sure everything is hunky dorry and in good working order before you do a "country lane killing session"

oh and by the way...keep an eye out for traffic coming the other way when you are doing your" country lane killing session "

wouldnt want you hurting anyone now would we......


my advise to you is.....
if you want to "play on the roundabout" you should rather take your bike to a few trackdays so that you can "play" in a safe and supervised environment...

you may have the talent to become a racer.....


ROFL at this post
just my opinion..... no offence meant
 

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well there you go pumpkin......all the worries for nought

zorst should be easy to sort.

my advise would be to make sure everything is hunky dorry and in good working order before you do a "country lane killing session"

oh and by the way...keep an eye out for traffic coming the other way when you are doing your" country lane killing session "

wouldnt want you hurting anyone now would we......


my advise to you is.....
if you want to "play on the roundabout" you should rather take your bike to a few trackdays so that you can "play" in a safe and supervised environment...

you may have the talent to become a racer.....

just my opinion..... no offence meant

Fancy a race
 
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