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Not really... at least mine isn't. Idle might get a little finicky when it's real hot out, but other than that, no.And are these bikes sensitive to the weather more than most? Especially heat(100 plus degrees)?
No recommendations, but yeah, fender or brace is absolutely necessary if you're gonna be crankin' it 'round the twisties.Do you think putting the front fender back on would help in the twisties? This bike definiteately doesn't inspire confidence on more challenging turns/uneven pavement. If not, any recommendations on braces(or other solutions?)
I use a wood block for upside down work and made my own for head work. MikesXS sells one like mine but I've read that they don't fit real good.... dunno... never used theirs. Have a read here.Also, what's your favorite engine stand(s) for this? That is something I will definitely need.
And I do have a cherry picker but not sure how/if I could postion that to pull the bike engine?
There's lots of variations out there for a cherry picker. Here's mine.