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    Yeah FLU , thanks for fessing up. Came to that conclusion as well, idle it is. My high idle does work so may be good when I am good. I learned to ride a motor cycle on a yamaha virago, 2 cyl V twin. I did not know that one spark plug was bad so effectively it was a single cylinder. After a while I got bolder and took it out in th e mountains and had to go back to second gear to get it above 35 mph uphill. That is how I figured out that I missed one cylinder. When it was straightened out ( replace plug) I had a whole new experience but by that time I was confident enough to handle it.

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    another reason to convert to wobble sticks. less tiptoeing when mounting/dismounting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsandpitons View Post
    another reason to convert to wobble sticks. less tiptoeing when mounting/dismounting.
    I dunno. By now I'm better at the goofy Case SEE setup than with the more logical twin sticks. Takes a few seconds to get up to speed with the SEE, but up to an hour with the twin sticks.
    Of course, that because of a 50 to 1 usage ratio in my case.

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