Just to make sure you don't get the impression I'm always working on Fiona, my '99 URAL Patrol with a BMW R80 engine; we rode out to catch this evening's sunset.
Yes, I went through a period of way too many sunset shots I'll admit. I am trying to change it up a bit though, see what you think.
Temperatures were in the low 60s, high 50s and I basically had the sunset viewing spot to myself.
I will say, trying to get a picture of one's self with the rig, but without an intruding car can be tricky in terms of timing!
So far, April has been very warm for us here in Colorado, I hear there's snow in the midwest and bad weather out on the coastal areas to the east as well. I'm hoping for at least one good snow fall here, so I can see how Fiona does in the snow.
Fiona is about 85% there in terms of mechanical stuff, I think I need to really soak the carburetors in some cleaning solution overnight as there's a really small amount of hesitation at times. Still, she's running pretty good overall. Got a pair of Beru branded spark plugs recommended by BURAL, hopefully they'll help Fiona run smoother.
After one run with the new Beru spark plugs, noted that the right plug showed signs of running too rich, so did some extra cleaning of the main jet where it meets the needle jet, we'll see in the morning if it made a difference.
So, sunset pics, hopefully different enough....