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tazz229

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About tazz229

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  • Bike
    Gas Gas TXT 280 2001

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    Cumbria
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    Male
  1. tazz229

    Gas Gas Txt Parts

    http://www.gasgasmotos.es/en/manuals/download-2001_txtpro_partlist1.pdf.html Just google the part number 9 times outta 10 you'll find a link to what ya need
  2. We all had to learn somewhere that's what the forums are for, there's nothing "stupid" about any question if you don't know the answer
  3. tazz229

    R IMG 0845

    I would hazard an educated guess that due to the swirl in the gas and it exiting out the exhaust maybe...
  4. http://www.modelshopleeds.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=26_27_309&products_id=5219
  5. It was on a bike yes but not the gasser. It was my blade on Donnington track.
  6. I remember makin woodruff keys by cutting a penny in half lol
  7. Refer to my first post
  8. It sounds like the float is stuck and not shutting the supply off. Take the carb back off remove the bowl and check the float isn't jammed.
  9. The fact that the first 3/4 is nothing then picks up would suggest to me that its lost oil.
  10. One or two of mine leaked after refitting them. I did try to crimp them a little tighter but ended up swapping for jubilee clips. Mines an 02 mind so they are a little worn I guess. And if I'm honest although they don't look as neat and tidy as the originals I prefer jubilees cos I know exactly how tight they are after I fit them.
  11. If you put the original crimp type clips back on and they now leak I would suggest swapping them out for jubilee clips maybe.
  12. No different to riding through cold puddles and rivers.
  13. What works for me 99% of the time is drill the head off the bolt carefully, once the head is removed drill a 3mm hole in the center of the remaining stud then tap in 3.5mm Allen key and unscrew. Most of the time once the head is removed and the pressure is taken off the threads the stud will unscrew fairly easily.
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