Do You Want To Become a Mechanical Ace?
Then, you want the full picture of engines and mechanics.
That’s where the DWJ For Beginner Mechanics series is different from most tutorials – not only does it show you how to do repair and basic maintenance, it also shows you:
- Differences between tubed and tubeless tires
- How a CVT transmission works
- What a CDI ignition system is
This way, you’ll not only know how to repair and service your bike, but also gain a deeper understanding of why you need to do it.
What if I’ve never used a tool before?
Not a problem – in fact, if it’s any assurance, I didn’t know the difference between a socket wrench and a torque wrench.
Fast forward to today, and things are very different.
Take it from me – you can learn how to use tools effectively.
If you haven’t used tools that much in the past (apart from a screwdriver), check out the Tool Tutorial series, which shows you how tools work and how to use them – from basic spanners to multimeters.
Curious about the difference between long vs. short suspension travel and when you need one over the other? Get the answers here.
Is your tank filled to the brim, and yet your engine is not getting fuel? Click here to find 5 reasons why that happens.
An engine seizure is a big deal – click here to find out what it is, 3 common causes, and the difference between a soft vs. hard seizure.
Click here to find out more about how motorcycle sprocket sizes matter – and it affects your performance if you switch to a bigger one.
Click here to find out which 8 essential items should be in a motorcycle tool kit – and what sets a tool kit apart from a tool box.
The spark plug might create the spark, but without an ignition coil, there would be NO spark. Click here to find out why.
Click here to discover 5 common reasons for both tire blowouts and uneven tire tread wear – regardless of what tires your bike has.
Click here to find out how the cam chain makes valve timing in a motorcycle engine possible – and whether cam belts need to be replaced.
Are you curious about how you can derestrict a 50cc scooter or moped, or why they’re restricted in the first place? Click here.
Click here to discover what a swing arm is on a motorcycle, why some bikes only have one swing arm, and why the swingarm length matters.