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Old February 21st @ 12:13 pm   #1
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Anyone have any experience in this? Or have the tool? My front valve stem is toast, leaking from the the lil pin inside...the rubber seal is still good...

Going to stop by carter tomorrow on my way home from work if need be..

 
 
Old February 21st @ 12:23 pm   #2
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From: Vegas

Motorcycle: 2007 GSXR-750
Dude, just buy some new cores and bring it by my place. I have he tools to replace them. You could even pick some up at Autozone.
 
 
Old February 21st @ 01:00 pm   #3
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From: henderson

Motorcycle: gsxr 750 2007
I do
 
 
Old February 21st @ 02:25 pm   #4
ars0n750's Avatar
 
From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Gunna stop by rolandos tomorrow during lunch! Thanks guys!!!
 
 
Old February 21st @ 04:37 pm   #5
M3LL0's Avatar
 
From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: Yamaha R6
i have both cores and the tools.. i can get them to you tomorrow
 
 
Old February 21st @ 06:56 pm   #6
VEGASRIDER's Avatar
 
From: BOISE IDAHO

Motorcycle: YAMAHA '06 FZ6, 2000 XT 225
You should get the 90 degree valve stems, well worth it. Makes it heck of a lot easier to check your tire pressure and put air in too.


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Old February 21st @ 08:20 pm   #7
 
From: Spring Valley

Motorcycle: zx 636
Quote:
Originally Posted by VEGASRIDER View Post
You should get the 90 degree valve stems, well worth it. Makes it heck of a lot easier to check your tire pressure and put air in too.


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Yeah but that's not very aerodynamic. I bet you'd lose 2 seconds off your trackday lap times.
 
 
Old February 22nd @ 06:00 am   #8
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From: Las Vegas - Summerlin

Motorcycle: 08 MV Agusta Brutale 910S
if all else fails, I have everything you need to. let me know. Takes a few seconds total.

Or just go to walmart. They sell the tool and cores. super easy. Just make sure to clean it out real good if there is any crud in there that caused the core to fail.

- Justin
 
 
Old February 22nd @ 08:37 am   #9
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From: henderson

Motorcycle: gsxr 750 2007
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Yeah but that's not very aerodynamic. I bet you'd lose 2 seconds off your trackday lap times.
Kenny don't do track

Last edited by tomy; February 22nd at 08:41 am.
 
 
Old February 22nd @ 01:46 pm   #10
 
From: Spring Valley

Motorcycle: zx 636
Quote:
Originally Posted by tomy View Post
Kenny don't do track
Well, it wil screw up his gas mileage and make his bike lean left.
 
 

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