@oldman Honestly, I am building this RS and I have literally AJSutton exploading parts open wishing they were SVGs, I know this tool will be useful to restorers who want to know how it all fits together.
@Stevie-Wonder actually I have a second rear wheel for sale with gold rim, but the rim is not so good looking anymore. Trying to sell it locally at the moment. And to be honest I loved the looks of the WR on 17's, but its just not the same.
@Calum I never used my bikes for transportation, just for fun. And sure, after installig 17's I was driving in light terrain, meaning casual forest roads and it was a lot of fun too, as its so easy to get some sideways action on them. But as soon as I had to go thru some sand it was a pain and often I had to get off the bike and push it.
On the DT Im building I'll put on some 50/50 tires on the 21 & 18 wheels.
I’d get a pump up spray bottle and squirt it down on a hot dry day. Start on the obvious ignition bits. Plug, coil, CDI. Try the sidestand switch as well maybe. My mate had probs with the sidestand/ignition relay as well. It would only start with the ignition switch off...
The high rev thing is weird though. Have you looked at the plug straight after it dies? See if it’s wet? Specially if you been playing with the jets...
@Arild said in Best carb for the dt125re 2006:
@declan yeah my experience with them is the same, thought id post it because some people might not give them a chance because of the price compared to the branded ones that are 3x or 4x the price and think the replicas must be shit since theyre way cheaper and come straight from china, but so far ive heard nothng but good about them so if your looking at a new carb they seem to be a great option
Been thinking of getting myself a replica TM30ss/TM32SS. The angled spigot as taught to me by darty is very helpful if you do any sort of off roading with your bike. However I certain can’t justify £150+ until I know the setup works very well
You do not need any specific diode, just enter 1A schottky diode, chosse a reasonable voltage and take the cheapest (3A etc. is also fine).To make the build more compact you can also use any other ground source eg from the high beam indicator: