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He didn't REALLY clean the chain......damn rag didn't even get dirty
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hells yes. thank you Chris. what i needed to see.

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Hey if I buy the CD are there more videos, or are they the same vids but better quality?
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Yes same videos with twice the resolution (size) and higher bit rate for greater quality.

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Tire change by hand

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anyY0UO5gqk

don't scratch your rims: http://bojoinc.com/catalog/product_i...efb9c347410edb
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Santa, eh, uh, Chris. For this Christmas, can we have a fork oil change, Steering head bearing check, lube, and adjust? I haven't been a very good boy, but I took pictures and I'll share.

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Belt tension Frequency for the S2R 800
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Thanks! The manual shows the microphone being held very close to the belt adjacent to the drive pulley in the vee. I've found the frequency is the same no matter the location of the mic.


Any clue as to what part of the belt to "pluck"? Between the drive cog and the adjuster pulley would be my first guess...

Any anyone have the frequency for an S4? I have the belts on, just need to properly tension them now.

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Any clue as to what part of the belt to "pluck"? Between the drive cog and the adjuster pulley would be my first guess...

Any anyone have the frequency for an S4? I have the belts on, just need to properly tension them now.
Found this page: http://home.comcast.net/~mmullen38/Beltadjust.html
And this tool: http://audacity.sourceforge.net

To generate this:

[img width=600 height=222]http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2258/2191399288_1b37f52d2e_o.jpg[/img]
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2258/...37f52d2e_o.jpg

The top waveform is a 110 Hz tone that I was tuning my belt tension to -- the middle is the vertical cylinder and the bottom is the horizontal cylinder. I used an old PC laptop and microphone -- nothing fancy.

I tried tuner12.exe, but the pulse is so short, you can't really get a reading using that...

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