This is a discussion on The "What did you do to your Grom today?" thread within the Grom Talk forums, part of the Honda Grom Forums category; Originally Posted by GromMuleCa Yes I like the F11. Very easy to use, and very happy with results. I coated the motor & bike right ...
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Gold face shield arrived for the HJC Helmet, ordered another one in blue mirror because....why not.
Going to try the K&N filter for the factory air box, when it comes times to replace the paper filter I'll have it on hand.
Just crossed over the 1,000 mile mark in a month of ownership :-)
2018 Matte Gray Metallic
Koso TT Mirrors - Carbon
Vagabond Motorsports Fender Eliminator
JT 35t Rear Sprocket
RK 420 Gold Chain
Shipped out some parts I had for sale...
Received some parts, too! Chimera clutch plate and Trail Tech TTO CHT Gauge. I'll swap out my stock clutch plate when I change my oil this weekend. With the gauge, do I have to remove the spark plug crush washer?
2018 Honda Grom (Matte Gray)
Engine: DHM 186 | 2x ECU: DHM 186 & Stock+PV3 Dank Tuned | Koso DB-03R w/ RaceDash | UEGO | MTake | DHM Header+Cheap Slip-on | Kitaco 60% Springs+Stock Plate | Superlite 16/32
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A friend dropped off his grom so i could do some testing and some repairs...
One big problem he had was his rear plastics were all falling off the bike, 99% of all bolts in the back were missing, so i made this little bracket to reinforce the rear to the frame and keep it solid
Also i put an alarm on the bike...
The brain is hidden behind the fairing on the tank
The siren is behind the other side tank fairing...
And of course a clean installation where you cant see any of my wires i added, the colored ones you see are part of his integrated tail light...
Also had to fix his front brake switch, replace his tail light and do some other little misc cleanups and then she will be good
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Haha! I also ordered one because of the inconsistent readings between the PV3 and my opmid... Now I have three different devices giving me temp readings,,, lol wtf!
Got it a few days ago the black face not silver. I removed the spark plug stock crush washer, from what I can gather on reviews the copper connector the plug slips thru acts some what like a crush washer as well... Seems to be fine
1. If you pull the head off the bike and thread the spark plug in, you'll notice that it protrudes into the combustion chamber quite far.
2. Try marking where the grounding strap on the spark plug is. When it is snugged down, you ideally want the grounding strap facing away from the main part of the combustion chamber (you don't want the strap to blocking the fuel mixtures access to the spark) - its not very critical to get this perfect, but I imagine it does make a tiny bit of difference.
3. I've had 2 crush washers and the TTO sensor on my spark plug before. Right now I have one crush washer and the sensor. You can take thread depth measurements of the plug and the head and kind of gauge it as well.
Hope this helps.