Search:

Type: Posts; User: Gorminrider; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.06 seconds.

  1. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    Sure, and when it's summer, and the fronts aren't...

    Sure, and when it's summer, and the fronts aren't as intense, let's call them "atmospheric creeks".

    add: and just then the radio announcer said"...and there are three more atmospheric rivers...
  2. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    ........ I just wish they'd give the weather...

    ........ I just wish they'd give the weather office a thesaurus. "atmospheric rivers" is clumsy pardigm,IMO.
    A river generally follows a mappable course and it would make more sense to say "the...
  3. Replies
    11
    Views
    183

    ...and thereby reduced your "power". Better to...

    ...and thereby reduced your "power". Better to rev high. Max power from the engine is somewhere around 7500 rpm . You can't get blood from a stone and it's not a Harley.
  4. Replies
    16
    Views
    280

    Both links look the same in my bookmarks and when...

    Both links look the same in my bookmarks and when landed on though. It needs care to delete the right one! I've done it more than once :)
    Maybe if it changed it's name to "NEW BikeCliff's"
    It's...
  5. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    The term "atmospheric river" or "jet stream"...

    The term "atmospheric river" or "jet stream" doesn't inform of the nature of the embedded systems. Pacific Low pressure systems drawing warm ocean air from more southerly latitudes with their...
  6. Replies
    16
    Views
    280

    I think BWringer has taken it over. This seems to...

    I think BWringer has taken it over. This seems to work.
    http://gsarchive.bwringer.com/

    and yet the old one looks the same and has some stuff
    http://members.dslextreme.com/users/bikecliff/
  7. Replies
    37
    Views
    521

    Unfortunately, with all these mountains in...

    Unfortunately, with all these mountains in British Columbia, roads and towns are generally in the valleys.

    Blasting a mountainside to get a road or railway positioned upslope is not the answer...
  8. Well, be happy. And I do agree the stator's...

    Well, be happy. And I do agree the stator's output is "better" as designed.
    ...but need say that since the main fuse starts the bike from the battery, it's capable of running the bike too. It nor...
  9. ...buut, then,if the problem is the fusebox, ...

    ...buut, then,if the problem is the fusebox, isn't it even more baroque to "fix " a fusebox with a relay? rather than a new fusebox? They are cheap. But these are single circuits- not the whole...
  10. I can see the second mod section...the first...

    I can see the second mod section...the first diagram hasn't enough resolution. my opinion will probably not be wanted because I don't like small relays in crucial functions...even a larger relay: ie:...
  11. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    really? Well they've just discovered it here....

    really? Well they've just discovered it here. They said it about a million times yesterday and it's driving me nuts.
  12. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    I agree it's a bad one especially when it is so...

    I agree it's a bad one especially when it is so far reaching into the interior. Washing out the Coqhuihalla is pretty dramatic... but there have been some previous nasties too . You might want to...
  13. add Yes, what bike is this? You have turn signals...

    add Yes, what bike is this? You have turn signals from 1100E but your signature has a "1000E finished"


    No. power for lights is through the fusebox.
    If you follow Orange/Red (O/R) in your...
  14. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    Personally, this doesn't seem unusual. I recall...

    Personally, this doesn't seem unusual. I recall the several countdowns to "40 days". But the increased population has put a lot of people where there weren't any before. Summer droughts-now that's...
  15. Replies
    56
    Views
    1,075

    That's nasty alright. Can't say I've seen a...

    That's nasty alright. Can't say I've seen a waterspout that big in the straits before. But "atmospheric river" ? haha The Milennials have taken over the weather office and are busy coining terms for...
  16. Bad crimps are very common. Your assumption is...

    Bad crimps are very common. Your assumption is correct but it's usually obvious with a magnifying glass. Good Crimps can handle everything your stator can pump out so "sense wire" is a distraction....
  17. Replies
    31
    Views
    986

    "Pinlock" visor is a must for me on a full-face...

    "Pinlock" visor is a must for me on a full-face helmet but there are antifog condiments to try too. Or open the visor a tiny crack...some helmets have thoughtfully put their detentes to not open too...
  18. Replies
    21
    Views
    387

    I've had poor results with heat...mostly because...

    I've had poor results with heat...mostly because my puny butane torch just gets dissippated so easily outdoors on an engine designed to dissipate heat. But it burns off the penetrating oil nicely. ...
  19. Replies
    30
    Views
    459

    Yes, you're in a hard place with few choices, if...

    Yes, you're in a hard place with few choices, if you want to stay current. All of the Big Three (MS,Apple,Google) are dedicated to the premise that it's THEIR system and you are just using it with a...
  20. Replies
    30
    Views
    459

    Well, Microsoft would be the worst of these,...

    Well, Microsoft would be the worst of these, integrating the OS and just about everything else with an online presence. You shouldn't need to be online to use a computer.
  21. Replies
    21
    Views
    387

    oh, and still on that, do try to match the...

    oh, and still on that, do try to match the threaded length of the stud with the bolt you remove engine side. Like wise, match the UNTHREADED portion up to the original Suzuki bolt head...that is, I'd...
  22. Replies
    21
    Views
    387

    Yes, that's true.. And with a stud and nut a body...

    Yes, that's true.. And with a stud and nut a body might even split the nut off too if you could get at it with a dremel or hacksaw. But I thought it was worth a mention. The corrosion was apperently...
  23. Replies
    11,367
    Views
    721,495

    STOP! :) Too Cool-Too Cute! I'm giggling...

    STOP! :) Too Cool-Too Cute! I'm giggling helplessly and I'm not even in it.
  24. Replies
    30
    Views
    459

    Windows 11? screw it. I gave up after 7. I've got...

    Windows 11? screw it. I gave up after 7. I've got 10 here on the disk beside Linux but only to run the very few things I can't do on Linux. I have to put a spike belt down before I go online. These...
  25. Replies
    11
    Views
    296

    I watched your cold-start video I don't see a...

    I watched your cold-start video I don't see a 'cold start" problem .Given that the bike's been sitting a long while, after :22 you did the right thing. Turned to prime and waited. My 650 is the same....
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4