The 10 Best Touring Motorcycles For Short Ridersby Jason on September 14, 2020 at 11:02 am
I. Introduction A touring bike is a motorcycle which gives you all the convenience and comforts you desire when you are on a long drive such as ample power, comfortable seat for a relaxed position, large capacity fuel tank, good windshield for wind protection, saddlebags for your essentials and navigation facility, radio and music; and also an equally comfortable seat for your companion if you are not riding solo. In this article, we are going to pick the ten top touring motorcycles for shorter riders who are under 5 feet 7 inches. II. Top 10 touring motorcycles for short riders The post The 10 Best Touring Motorcycles For Short Riders appeared first on HappyWrench.com.
How To Identify The Mikuni Carburetor In Your Motorcycleby Jason on August 17, 2020 at 12:24 pm
Table of Contents: I. Introduction II. Mikuni Carburetor Identification How to know your Mikuni carb is fake or original? How to identify Mikuni carb size? How to know which Mikuni carb you have? How to find the carburetor number? HSR Series Carburetors: 42, 45 and 48 mm smoothbore carburetors RS Series Carburetors Mikuni TMX/TMS Series Carburetors Mikuni TM Series Carburetors Mikuni VM series carburetors III. Is Mikuni a good carburetor? IV. Conclusion I. Introduction If you own an old model motorcycle and you do not have the user manual, there are chances The post How To Identify The Mikuni Carburetor In Your Motorcycle appeared first on HappyWrench.com.
Starting Fluid vs Carb Cleaner-What To Use And When For Your Motorcycleby Jason on July 20, 2020 at 10:30 am
1. Can you use carb cleaner as a starting fluid for your motorcycle? Yes, you can use carb cleaner as a starting fluid, but do so only if it is an emergency and when you have no other alternative. Take the necessary precautions. Carb cleaner comes in aerosols spray can and ordinary cans. Only the one that comes in aerosol spray cans should be used as a starting fluid. Read the contents label on the aerosol spray can and ensure it contains flammable and combustible substances; generally, non-chlorinated types are flammable. The carb cleaner is toxic and is harmful to The post Starting Fluid vs Carb Cleaner-What To Use And When For Your Motorcycle appeared first on HappyWrench.com.
Two-Stroke Motorcycle Carburetor Troubleshootingby Jason on June 13, 2020 at 9:55 am
Introduction Ask any motorcycle rider, and he will have at least one problem with his motorcycle’s carburetor to share with you. Though you can hold the carburetor of your motorcycle in your hand, it is a completely different world inside it. It is not as simple as it looks to be. Even then, some knowledge about the carburetor of your motorcycle and a few simple solutions and troubleshooting may help you when you are stuck on the road. For discussion, we are considering a single-cylinder IC (Internal combustion) engine carburetor of your motorcycle. How a two-stroke IC Engine and its The post Two-Stroke Motorcycle Carburetor Troubleshooting appeared first on HappyWrench.com.
Metzeler ME 888 Vs. Michelin Commander II: Which Tire Is Betterby Jason on June 11, 2020 at 9:55 am
When it comes to choosing the right tires for your motorcycle, performance should always top the list of priorities. After all, tires get the most beating out of all the parts of a vehicle and it has to do the dirty and tough job of keeping you running on the road safely and comfortably. Although tires look simple and basic on the outside, they are the result of ingenious engineering, technology and chemistry. But as with most products, not all tires are also created equal. When it comes to finding the best tires in the business, two names always stand The post Metzeler ME 888 Vs. Michelin Commander II: Which Tire Is Better appeared first on HappyWrench.com.
Best Lightweight Touring Motorcyclesby Jason on May 10, 2020 at 4:06 pm
Most cars do not even come close to the raw experience that motorcycles have to offer, as they are completely exposed to the elements. The feeling of being free and not locked in a cage, unlike in cars, is unbeatable and becomes the reason for many motorcycle enthusiasts for their love of motorcycles. Not all motorcycles can be taken out of the city, you need a special one for the open road and great travel stories. Most adventurers end up getting hefty and beefed up touring motorcycles that weigh upwards of 800 to even 1000 pounds with their huge engines The post Best Lightweight Touring Motorcycles appeared first on HappyWrench.com.