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Tommy2305

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Hi guys, here is my introduction.

I'm from Denmark and I'm 24 years old. This is my first build, and I just had the pleasure of the first test run yesterday and it ran beautifully! until it went out and I got stranded Shocked

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2Back to top Go down   K100 Project almost done! Empty Re: K100 Project almost done! on Mon Jul 08, 2019 12:05 pm

Laitch

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Welcome, Tommy.!

Stalling and disbelief on first rides have happened to many of us. Smile  The used K75 I bought stalled three miles from my home on its first ride after having been transported 250 miles by trailer from Maine. I discovered that the plug for the electronic fuel injection control unit under the seat wasn't tight enough. I connected it firmly then secured its latch and it has been a great moto ever since.

Good luck with yours.


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1995 K75T 73,000 miles
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MartinW

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Pull the spark plugs and see if they are wet or dry.
Regards Martin.


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