if they are both two strokes should be pretty much the same.
hey.. the only way to check a coil of any kind is with an ohm meter,,,if it's bad it will show nothing or infinity... if it is good it should have at least 8 dependant upon the resistance but could be higher... i can't remember if too high means corosion or not but i know you can get the numbers from the manufacturer
28 psi in front tire & 32 psi in rear tire - per Kawasaki Owner's Manual.
Big & Rich is one of the famous country bands, who happened to perform in my town earlier this year.
Often, the VIN numbers are located right under the seat on the vertical panel. If they are not there, you may find them when you fold the seat up. If not there, pop up the bed and look on any frame work to where it could be stamped.
::You will find the VIN on your Kawasaki utility vehicle stamped into the frame front cross member between the front wheels of the MULE 520 and 550, or on the right side frame tube just behind the radiator grill at the front of the MULE 2500, 2510, and 2520.::
:: The Mongst ::
honda is a better motorcross bike (250 and 450) and yamaha is a better trail bike
Take a small cup and pour just a bit into the cup. If the gas has been premixed with oil it will be a color depending on what type of oil you use. On my 2 stroke gas can, I always dump the oil in the can first, then take a piece of duct tape and write how many gallons of gas is needed for the amount of oil I have in the can and buy my gas on the way to go ride. If I change my mind on riding that weekend, I don't have premix gas going bad in the garage and I have a reminder of how much gas to add at a later time.
59.5mph (5/8 x 95)
There Very Very Under rated 2 strokes.... there fast and mean, but they have horrible handling, so i wouldn't suggest going 70-75 mph..
1979 kz1000 designated the E1 model
If your referring to the bluish/purple color that's from heat. The is some stuff you can treat your pipes with don't remember what it is called. But you can get it at any Harley Davidson dealer. They put it on chrome pipe to keep them from turning blue.
I'll add-it never worked for me
It's hard to explain, but try to bare with me.
Put your finger on the middle of the frond sprocket (That drives the chain) on the left side of your bike. Move your finger about half an inch to the left then move your finger up, only about an inch at a time. Stop when your finger meets a small bolt. This bolt will be pointing down. Turn the bike on and adjust the bolt until you get it right.
Hope this helped. If you just can't find it, go to your local bike repair shop and they might be able to show you. If they are working on bikes, don't waste time and energy bringing your own.
whenever water is mixed with oil in a crankcase the heat turns the water into a vapor and this allows oil and water to mix and that is the milky looking substance you see... check for cracks or bad gaskets if the motor is water cooled and buy a dryer agent if it's not... it could be just condensation but enough of that will damage your motor real bad... it lowers the viscosity of the oil and that can lead to big problems!
around 75mph? or so.. very fast aceleration with a custom air fillter
if you are new to motorcycles, start with a Ninja 250R or 500, if you think you can handle it, you can start with a ZX6R
no it is not
You can adjust it via an adjustment wheel on on either shock. The "I" mark is weaker rebounding and "IIII" is being a stronger reboud setting. They are also air adjustable via a standard tire filler. You can check PSI via a tire guage and adjust accordingly from 0- 43 psi.