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Blazer

Post by bee50 » Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:50 am


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Re: Blazer

Post by HPbyStan » Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:58 pm

Can't believe I sat all the way through that total waste of my time and then had to shut off the computer and reboot just to get away from it.

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Re: Blazer

Post by beat » Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:06 pm

:laugh :laugh :laugh
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Re: Blazer

Post by Ozevo » Sun Apr 17, 2011 9:37 am

Wow, I'm a real newby and I can see the bike is not a real Blazer, (does not have eccentric rocker shaft valve clearance adjustment) It looks like a T50 or a B44 engined bitza or B50 with Blazer stickers.
I loved the video, but why didn't he bump start it.......
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Re: Blazer

Post by 2manyrides » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:16 pm

There weren't any blazers with the key in the side cover like a tr5t...right?

You didn't like it stan? there wasn't any technical stuff in it, but there was production value in the vid.
Gets you to thinking about your own misadventures a bit. Well thought out camera angles and such.
It gives you the feel of some of the aspects of the quirky oddball machines we're riding.
All be it a tad too long.
This guy is going to damage the kickstart with those repeated stabs!
Having to take his coat off after only 4 tries???
If you do disrobe to get em started you inevitably will not be successful at redressing before the bike stalls again! Thus the trusty pocket knife screwdriver.

This video shows, with out saying it, the joy and the agony of the B50/B25.
The "biker" joe should wash his mouth with soap!
It's ok to curse like that just don't let us hear it! :laugh

I too had some trouble backing out of the viemo vid until I double clicked out of it.
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