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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-08-2001, 10:56 PM
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torque stabilizer?????

My neighbor told me about a torque stabilizer in the right side casing.Has n e 1` ever heard of this and if so what does it do?????

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Re: torque stabilizer?????

ya mean like a counterweight?

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Re: torque stabilizer?????

ask him how it affects his powerband??
what kinda bike is this?



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Re: torque stabilizer?????

he says it for my friends xr200 it is a 1990 he is xr80man on here.he thinks its loose now and seems like powerband hits early but isnt noticable.


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oh.... that explains everything [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] LOL

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Re: torque stabilizer?????

o well im not riding it untill i get the new clutch springs and i wont searioulsy ride it untill i get a new basket. when i have it apart i will probly take it to the shop and have every thing put back together with a torque wrench so all the bolts are at the right torque.

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Re: torque stabilizer?????

Twist the snot out of it till it's almost stripped, then back it off a notch! Just kidding. I don't know how much the shop you take it to will charge to do that work but I'd guess for about the same money you could buy the manual, and go to sears and pick up a torque wrench. The non digital models used to be around $20-$25, give or take a few dollars.

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No just take it to a shop so they can take your money...
I mean a XR200 is a beginers bike, so learning how to work on it would be a bad idea?

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ya wait till you have a brand new ktm, then start doing your own work!

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when i say beginer i will begin everything on that even mantience.

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