DAVID THOMPSON wrote:the PIN in some cases is tapered and if driven out in the wrong direction
can make things break
measure each end and see which is smaller
DAVID THOMPSON wrote:removal of the tank bracket is NO the screws will not hold in the tank and its very hard to fix
and tanks are very high on the list of unobtainable items even when waving large amounts of cash
WaiNYC wrote:I fiddled with the two screws a bit, but they just turn and turn without loosening the bracket itself.
basser23 wrote:Be sure you push the tank FORWARD until it wont go any further into the front holder!!!! it is the possible to work 2 bolts into the rear most holes..you may need a drift to center the one side, then put bolt in loosely and do the otherside....eventually you;ll get them all in...no fun
phoenix76rb wrote:Very inspiring! I've been away for awhile. It was nice to see this thread. Coincidentally, I just finished laboriously and painstakingly removing, cleaning, and replacing the choke plunger on my Skorpion just last week, discovering on my own many of the issues you brought up in this thread!
edfmaniac wrote:The stock petcock is garbage and will restrict fuel flow at wide open throttle settings if you get on it long enough to drain the bowl. It just can't flow enough fuel. The Acerbis universal will fit and should allow you to operate the plunger without modification.
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