Motorcycles's questions - Dutch iziqna

Best answer: Absolutely not. Just no. The first corner you come to, will also be the last. Very bad idea, don't even think about it.

I have what a Suzuki TS 185. I believe it is a 1974. It didn’t have compression when I bought it so I am installing a new top end. Cylinder is fine so just buying a piston and rings and such. But I was gonna go check the reeds and can’t find them. I don’t know if that motor doesn’t have reeds or it’s located... show more

Best answer: If you value your life you'll take that accident and the NDE as a warning. Bikes may be a fun way to travel, but compared to cars the risk of serious injury or death is far greater. A friend of mine was on his motorbike waiting for the traffic lights to turn green. A vehicle plowed into the back of his bike... show more

A guy near me rides by every day on a Sinnis Retrostar 250. Not a fashionable brand but I think it looks brilliant!

I can’t find the blue official looking title, but I did find a black and white one that looks like a copy, I can’t remember if it’s the original one o got, but can I use this to sell my motorcycle?


I have an 04 Honda shadow spirit 750 with a blown motor. I want to try to do an engine swap. I was wondering if engines from different years would fit?


The carburetor is a multiple unit motorcycle carburetor (from a Ninja 250, not that it matters). I've asked this before and been told to change the oil in the carburetor but im near certain this type doesn't have any oil. I thought maybe the diaphragms were torn or messed up but they seem fine. I've... show more

I'm getting a honda cbr 125 repsol soon


I fell really bad kicking my bike and partially tore my acl... ikr, stupid. Has anyone else had this issue?


Best answer: Ask for the title first. Ask the seller for his driver's license and compare it to the name on the title. Check the title if there is an entry in the lien line. Everything checks ok, test drive the bike. Offer a price if you are satisfied with how it starts and drives. Seller agrees with your offer, he... show more



Best answer: Yes, if your scooter manual says so. The oil is for the final drive gear not for the "gearbox" because the scooter does not have one. Do NOT use a regular gear oil (GL-5) if the scooter says you use a regular 10W-40 engine oil.


Best answer: Nobody cares on that side of the pond.


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