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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-12-2017, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
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Heading To Cleg Horn Rad Sat

This will be our second outing in the new to us Rhino. Going to Cleg Horn Road off the 15. It runs from the 15 to Silverwood Lake and back. About a 30 mile round trip

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Post pic's when you get back, I like seeing different country, have fun.

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We took the Rhino out to Cleghorn sat and did a 20 mile round trip. The first half of the road was ok they say a passager car can travel on it but I kind of doubt it. Lots of deep ruts, a lot of the the turns had some decent camber, enough that if you had to stop it felt uncomfortable. It was my GF and I and her son on my dirt bike. We packed a lunch and a cooler and stopped on the way back for lunch and a nice break. Great day. WE are going to Stoddard Wells next weekend!
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Thanks for the pic's looks like a nice day trip. How did the rhino do? Better get the trips in soon, supposed to hit a 100* here Sunday.
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I am having a carb issues. at have throttle it feels like it is loading up and if I punch it , it will clear. I did a post about this in another section. As I stated there the previous owner put in a big bore kit and he ran it open air box with a hard connection K&N. When I got it I went through and started replacing missing parts which included the airbox cover. I put that back on and it seems to have ran worse since then. So after getting last night I removed it and it seems like it is breathing better. But I wont know until I take it out this coming weekend. If it still does this then I will yank the carb and do a rebuild. Thats something I normally do when I buy a used bike, this should be no different. I have a 91 DR 250 that did the same thing as this it felt like it was loading up at half throttle. So I redid the carb and that cured the issue. I noticed that after removing the airbox it seems to run and idle better.

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The previous owner should have re-jetted when he opened up the air intake, when you put it back to stock may have acted like a chock running to rich.

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Thats my thinking. I will verify that this weekend! I am hoping thats the fix.

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Let me know if you would like riding company this weekend. Bell mountain is my back yard.

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Must b nice to go riding all these different wide open places. I need to move


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I wish you did live closer. We ride desert or mountains, woods, snow, all pretty close. It gets pretty hot in the summer, so we head to Arizona and hang by the river.

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123°F. Run, jump in Colorado river, get in soaked. Haul ass 14 miles down Indian pike road, cross Nevada border (hope you have helmet on, cops hiding in tree shade waiting), get ice creams at Avi Casino, jump in water, repeat back to beach. Jump in river along the way as necessary.
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