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  1. Many have had issues trying to keep air in the tire on the newer flanged rear rims with the less popular brands...stick with Michelin or Dunlop on newer bikes
  2. Ah, yes they were, good info
  3. Seen several Beta shift shaft welds shear where the pawl arm is attached, if this is the case, just remove and reweld...easy & cheap. Best of luck
  4. If all the components and parts are intact and working as they should and your still having the problems, those '14-'15 Factory 300's have an older thread or two on this site with owners having problems with them from brand new.. Best of luck
  5. Sorry to hear your having bike issues. Wondering if you clean your bike with a pressure washer? Hope you get'er sorted soon...be safe
  6. Lets not forget to mention the Infamous Formula hydraulics
  7. pauls320

    Jast

    Did you give splatshop a try? Sometimes its possible to carefully carve/dig/ dremel?? out some of the epoxy and expose enough to solder end onto and then reseal with sikiflex or similar material. Best of luck
  8. pauls320

    Jast

    Hmm, mine has an orange wire coming out of the left side of the cdi along with that one with the male bullet end, possibly been torn out.? Look closely under that heat shrink tubing at the base of the left side cdi wire(s) exit point..hopefully there is some remnants left to solder your orphaned orange wire back onto. Hope you do not have to buy a new one $$ Good luck
  9. pauls320

    Jast

    That orange wire should be connected to the CDI. There should be a two wire harness hardwired into the cdi consisting of ...I think.. a Black with white tracer?, and the other will be your orange...this is what your mystery wire connects to. Good luck
  10. pauls320

    Electric start

    Does it got a kickstarter as well?
  11. You just bought it? was it running fine before cr*pping out or purchased like that..?
  12. Does your bike still have the ''bank angle sensor'' plugged into the system? Some have had issues with them and remove.
  13. Does the replacement have sufficient thread length? The oem blue thread compound often gums up the internal threads in the carb body, might want to chase hole with the correct tap...carefully to not allow debris into carb/engine.
  14. pauls320

    99 techno

    Try here. https://uk-motoplat.com/
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