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    Sherco,Ariel HT5

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    West Yorkshire,England
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  1. You might want to check the rubber inlet boot between the carb and reed valve,I presume they are the same as the Sherco which are a notoriously bad fit hence the weak mixture you are experiencing.
  2. Hi guys, just wondering what you are using to check tickover speed on your 4rt and where did you buy the thing you are using.Cheers.
  3. What equipment do you guys use to measure the tickover speed or do you just do it by ear?
  4. Hi, there is a trials sidecar listed on eBay UK at the moment,might be what you are looking for.
  5. Hi,when mine started to leak Nige Pearson at Trials UK fixed it by using a gasket made of some kind of rubber material between the tap and tank. Not sure what bike the gasket came from but I’ve never had a problem since it was fitted, Nothing wrong with the plastic weld repair but this is easier to sort for the diy types who do not have access to the equipment needed.
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    ty80 rear tyre

    Hi,not wanting to teach you how to suck eggs,but have you blown the tube up a little bit.
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    Gear box oil

    It holds 450 ml of any good quality 75w light gear oil (Rock Oil,Putoline etc.)
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    Winner ?

    You wouldn’t bet against Dougie.
  9. Toni Bou seems to do ok? (yes I agree he's maybe not just a mere mortal if he is mortal at all)
  10. Wish I could find one like that in England !
  11. Mine is a 2016 model, I presume that’s the type you are talking about. I put mine back in with the air box / mudguard assembly off the bike, that way if you look down the link pipe you can see if the bolt is going into the right place. It’s still a pain to do but slightly easier. I also put a washer on the bolt, it stops the screw binding on the air filter and makes it easier to turn it with the limited space in the air box.
  12. The Horsforth club do a green route at their club trials which would probably be suitable for you. Their trials tend to be a bit easier on all routes and they are a very well run friendly club.
  13. Try contacting Kudu in Leeds (www.kuduproducts.co.uk). They do various trials products and is run by a trials rider I think.
  14. You will probably realise it from the parts diagram but please note the seals are different in each leg. From memory one side has one wide seal the other two thinner ones, only one side has a retaining circlip also.
  15. Hi,it sounds to me like the engine could have been flooded and was running on the fuel in the crankcase,had the bike been laid on its side or is the float valve sticking or float height incorrectly set? When it stopped it had probably used up all the fuel that was in there.
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