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[Archived - 2009] PK Official- Questions for Newbie


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haha..getting mixed up with my current ride...

anyway a good set of spanners and allen screws drivers will take care of all the screwing isues...have fun ..

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Heheh allen key? I think he was referring to the seat's 2 screws out of 3 before he's able to remove it :p

 

 

I think its size 8 or 10 if I didn't forget.. been using lotsa tools recently so maybe I really forgot.. :goodluck:

 

Im quite certain that its size ten. Get those spanner head can bend to 90deg.

 

haha..getting mixed up with my current ride...

anyway a good set of spanners and allen screws drivers will take care of all the screwing isues...have fun ..

 

Size 12. If you still have the original tool kit, the hollow tube like tool is the one.

:lol: we've got 3 sizes here. I suddenly realise, it should be 12 like you said :cheeky: with the hollow tool

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:lol: we've got 3 sizes here. I suddenly realise, it should be 12 like you said :cheeky: with the hollow tool

 

size 12 for the sides and size 8 for the rear....why i know???cuz opening the seat was a everyday affair till i only fixed the rear screw on only....

 

rmb one friday night evening while heading to 2nd link...someone like not enuff petrol, end up being a good guy, i remove my tank and top up his tank from there...heheehe

 

good ol days....

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size 12 for the sides and size 8 for the rear....why i know???cuz opening the seat was a everyday affair till i only fixed the rear screw on only....

 

rmb one friday night evening while heading to 2nd link...someone like not enuff petrol, end up being a good guy, i remove my tank and top up his tank from there...heheehe

 

good ol days....

 

wahhh reminds me of monday... when going downslope on the causeway past singapore 2nd link customs... my bike died off... couldn't restart it! so I free-wheeled to the shoulder... when I finally came to a halt... I pushed the bike towards malaysian custom... wahhh was so upset that my bike's fc became so bad... after pushing for 5 minutes... I tried to start the bike again... PHEW it started! off I went to gp petronas...

 

no friendly people came to help me... :dozed:

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size 12 for the sides and size 8 for the rear....why i know???cuz opening the seat was a everyday affair till i only fixed the rear screw on only....

 

rmb one friday night evening while heading to 2nd link...someone like not enuff petrol, end up being a good guy, i remove my tank and top up his tank from there...heheehe

 

good ol days....

 

 

Thanks for all the replies. I'll try 12 and see...

 

My bike was second hand, no tool kit inside...

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size 12 for the sides and size 8 for the rear....why i know???cuz opening the seat was a everyday affair till i only fixed the rear screw on only....

 

rmb one friday night evening while heading to 2nd link...someone like not enuff petrol, end up being a good guy, i remove my tank and top up his tank from there...heheehe

 

good ol days....

sounds very familiar :cheeky: haha I remembered you told me about the single screw thing.. now on your current bike how you take out fuel tank? :lol:

 

 

wahhh reminds me of monday... when going downslope on the causeway past singapore 2nd link customs... my bike died off... couldn't restart it! so I free-wheeled to the shoulder... when I finally came to a halt... I pushed the bike towards malaysian custom... wahhh was so upset that my bike's fc became so bad... after pushing for 5 minutes... I tried to start the bike again... PHEW it started! off I went to gp petronas...

 

no friendly people came to help me... :dozed:

tough luck :p

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sounds very familiar :cheeky: haha I remembered you told me about the single screw thing.. now on your current bike how you take out fuel tank? :lol:

 

 

tough luck :p

 

now the tank can lift up like opening car bonnet, comes with a contraption that holds the tank mid air....got chance i show u how they hold things together...unbelievable...

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and how they fall apark :p

 

i wish i could and then i can go F*** suzuki upside down....but then again its juz a simple way of holding things together, and its performing marvellously

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anyhow know where i can get helmet bag? those backpack style.

H-Pack abit too expensive, lab got a ogk backpack type but looks kinda not-so-durable.

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anyhow know where i can get helmet bag? those backpack style.

H-Pack abit too expensive, lab got a ogk backpack type but looks kinda not-so-durable.

 

I wear a fake leather bag, like those for school, from bugis street. I bought it just because I had to hide my helmet last year... my helmet could fit in it... and there is a little more space and compartments for other stuffs...

 

p.s. how could you put a yamaha logo!!! lol just kidding :cheeky:

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my left signal lights, both rear & front does not light up. Is this wiring problem?

 

If 1 bulb blows, then the other will still light up but not blink rite? n unlikley both bulbs blows at the same time rite?

 

P/S : Didnt ride for abt a week cos was in reservist... n it was parked in the open with heavy rain a couple of times... normally i park 95% in sheltered carpark.

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my left signal lights, both rear & front does not light up. Is this wiring problem?

 

If 1 bulb blows, then the other will still light up but not blink rite? n unlikley both bulbs blows at the same time rite?

 

P/S : Didnt ride for abt a week cos was in reservist... n it was parked in the open with heavy rain a couple of times... normally i park 95% in sheltered carpark.

 

start diagnosing from the simplest problem thats is least of a hassle, change both bulbs...if cannot use multi-meter to check the current flow of the wiring, if cannot might be the switch contact not contacting properly use WD40 spray 1st..

 

if still cannot, go bike shop and let them have the headache....

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eh..i wanna ask is , when i push start button , i only heard click click sound , but then the engine wont start at all , what is the problem

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eh..i wanna ask is , when i push start button , i only heard click click sound , but then the engine wont start at all , what is the problem

 

my guess is either battery weak or could be starter motor problem (brush wear off or smth) Please correct me if i'm wrong :angel:

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the last time I had this problem, it was because of bad contact with the battery. Mine was rusted. did a temporary solution by using some copper strip but problem came back after few weeks so ended up changing the battery.

 

hopefully urs is just a case of loose connection.. open up the seat n check ah...

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everything just change 2week ago . battery , everything

have u been riding for two weeks..starting ok?

if yes..your rectifier could be busted..battery drained by the ride( the battery was unable to be recharged).

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eh..i wanna ask is , when i push start button , i only heard click click sound , but then the engine wont start at all , what is the problem

 

Open up your seat and look at the positive terminal (red). If you push the start button and there're sparks / electric like zap sound, the connection is loose. You should try to tighten the connections. The proper way to do it is to first disconnect (unscrew) the negative side (black) & tighten the positive side (red). Then tighten negative again. If you try tightening the positive side while the battery is in closed loop, you'll see sparks.

 

If there are no sparks, chances are as Mepkoh said, time to check rectifier and possibly get it replaced. How to tell? Try to push start your bike. If you can't even push start. Then it's even more likely the rectifier is busted.

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ya if push start fail...why dont u jumpstart bike with another vehicle/battrey to confirm it can start..then confirm rectiier whether rectifier is bad.

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okay bah.. thank for all the idea..cus i dunno how to diy

i think i will call for tow bah..throw everything to the motordiam better.

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i wish i could and then i can go F*** suzuki upside down....but then again its juz a simple way of holding things together, and its performing marvellously

eh I didn't notice you changed bikes :lol: why a 400? and why gsr? :giddy: you sure make the most questionable choices :cheeky:

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