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Dec 27, 2010 at 5:05
Dec 27, 2010
WELL over priced

ASH-BASH Jakesubrosa123's photo
Dec 27, 2010 at 5:04
Dec 27, 2010
6n's have the filled bumper and boot and clear indicators...your the twat for thinking its one LOL

ASH-BASH pebbles's photo
Dec 21, 2010 at 12:13
Dec 21, 2010
swap it for a superdry jacket brand new size xl 60 quid new

ASH-BASH Jakesubrosa123's photo
Dec 21, 2010 at 12:05
Dec 21, 2010
that isnt a 6n

Nov 25, 2010 at 1:19
Nov 25, 2010
Overlap is where both Exhaust and Inlet valves on the same cylinder are open at the same time. This happens at around Top Dead Center as the Inlet needs to be open as soon as the piston starts to go down the bore while the Exhaust needed to stay open until the piston had stopped rising.
excessive overlap gives a lousy idle and can cause starting problems.
Large amounts of overlap are usually associated with poorly designed cylinder heads and high revs.

Valve Lead is the amount the valve opens before the piston arrives at Top Dead Center. the valve does not open until after the piston has passed TDC.
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Nov 25, 2010 at 1:14
Nov 25, 2010
The stroke is an upward or downward movement of a piston in a cylinder. In a petrol engine the cycle begins with the induction of a fuel mixture as the piston goes down on its first stroke. On the second stroke (up) the piston compresses the mixture in the top of the cylinder. An electric spark ignites the mixture and the gases produced force the piston down on its third power stroke. On the fourth stroke (up) the piston expels the burned gases from the cylinder into the exhaust.
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Nov 25, 2010 at 1:14
Nov 25, 2010
Ashley Blight 18 November at 11:49
The stroke is an upward or downward movement of a piston in a cylinder. In a petrol engine the cycle begins with the induction of a fuel mixture as the piston goes down on its first stroke. On the second stroke (up) the piston compresses the mixture in the top of the cylinder. An electric spark ignites the mixture and the gases produced force the piston down on its third power stroke. On the fourth stroke (up) the piston expels the burned gases from the cylinder into the exhaust.
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ASH-BASH sb-racing171's photo
Oct 21, 2010 at 5:24
Oct 21, 2010
swap for a 600 bandit in white 1 off colour exellant condish 12 months mot and tax

ASH-BASH keith94's photo
Aug 17, 2010 at 14:27
Aug 17, 2010
HOW IN ANY WAY ARE THEY MOTO CROSS BOOTS !

ASH-BASH John-125's photo
Aug 1, 2010 at 10:31
Aug 1, 2010
U POST = I BUY

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