Moderating: Fair & Just
^ If that were the case. Why would Kawasaki use that port for taking oil pressure readings?
I have no idea what Kawasaki use it for. I only know it is not to be removed it's not a bolt but a banjo on removing it, it either breaks the banjo or the seal it is connected to, and cannot be simply screwed back. if it's not a problem why is it categorically stated in the manual to never remove it.^ If that were the case. Why would Kawasaki use that port for taking oil pressure readings?
Not what the manual says.I have no idea what Kawasaki use it for. I only know it is not to be removed it's not a bolt but a banjo on removing it, it either breaks the banjo or the seal it is connected to, and cannot be simply screwed back. if it's not a problem why is it categorically stated in the manual to never remove it.
a guy on the old UK forum did on a new to him bike thought he would change the oil and mistook it for the drain plug.
ended up stripping the engine to put it back.
perhaps Fog could enlighten us he must have stripped more of these engines than anyone else I'm sure he has the answer.
that depends on what you assess debatable as. seeing as how Owners manuals are written for owners not mechanics. there is just about all the info you need if you look for it. ok so it won't contain specific info like the inner workings and test requirements of say the CDI, as owners are not equipped to even attempt a diagnostic or repair.Well, actually, that's debatable. 😁
What the heck is all the "stops" and "above's" ?G*d^4 + G stop d with 4 above. / divided by 8 stop d with 3 above stop Na.
Spelled out it would readG*d^4/(8*D^3*Na)
if I may say so that comment is rather rude and un called for.This thread was started primarily for one purpose only. Voltage monitors. When I post, many times the products I use are hard to find and I include a link or manufacturer .
This forum is a great resource, however if we all just posted suppliers only, with no content, just exactly how would similar posts to yours help?
why is that not enough content. how big a write up can one do about an LED that changes colour from red to green and back to red again. I also have this product on both my bikes. very simple, very accurate, and 100% reliable.I can personally recommend these fine people. All of my bikes have their product on them
I like a guy who can admit fault to a group. I am wrong all the time. Every day about something. Props.I could easily edit my posts above. I owe you a apology-- that post had this ;
That link resembles spam as does the whole post, I see you are a premium member with 3866 posts'
What went through my brain was this:
That link resembles spam as does the whole post-however you are a premium member, with 3866 posts and a member since 2008 so there is no way in my mind you are a spammer-however if I had been patient and waited I am sure you would have added more content. I have been a member on the Versys forum since 2008, for many years I have been helping electrically, until recently when I created a mess by moving many of my threads into one forum from 2, we now have identical titles, but the information is scattered all over the more than 10 threads. The sole reason was trying to get improvements to the forum through our VS administrator. Instead of correcting my mistakes in December 2021 I left it go. We ended up getting improvements to the 2 off topic forums similar to this site.
So I am not a fan of moderating in public, which is what this thread is. However I owe @ghostt my sincerest apology, just by reading your post, puts a smile on my face.