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    My new toy!!! (and some advice please!)

    hey guys, just need a quick bit of advice and thought i'd show you my new toy in the process....


    anyway, the question is this:

    this bike has been drained of petrol and oil (long story) and i just wanted to check that if i just put in some oil and fill her up with petrol that i can just start it up straight away... so is it simple, or is there more involved?


    and here is the puppy (yes it needs a clean):

    My car - Rusty Custom Creations Inc....

    The only natural pilots are born with feathers.... except me.

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    and before anyone asks, yes that is half a dog head in the side of the picture....

    bloody mutt wouldn't get out the way
    My car - Rusty Custom Creations Inc....

    The only natural pilots are born with feathers.... except me.

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    nice

    and i aint got a clue about the oil thing

    although i would say it would be ok to just fill it up with both oil and fuel as it wont be running for any length of time without oil just until it is allaround the engine, which aint long
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    Rusty my advice would be to fill up with oil and watr give it a quick start if theres no wierd noises let it idle for a while take it a little run... I'd drain the oil after the run and top up with fresh stuff just to get rid of anything thats built up insde while it's been lying dry

    used to do it with my 125cc all the time

    Nice Bike tho
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