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    Re: Carbon Fuel tank build

    Yeah I think it will be more popular as a plug&play for sure! Great to see progress, keep em coming! :rockon
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    Re: Carbon Fuel tank build

    awesome Peter! I'll be keeping an eye on this!
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    Re: Chirp on deceleration?

    I'd check chain for tension and lubrication first, especially if the eccentrics have been flipped
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    Re: 157,000 kilometres - What To Do Now

    I'd say a good low mileage Z1000SX is probably better as an investment, after 150k you'll need to tackle just about everything to make it compare to a bike like that at a similar cost. BUT: the SX is...
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    Re: Next step after loud knocking

    one loud knock or knocking while running?

    if it ran before you changed the oil then shavings should have been visible before. I'd look at fuel supply and carbs, those things are often at fault.
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    Re: Congrats to oldkawboy - October 2019 BOTM

    congrats! Love the minimal look! :rockon
  7. Thread: NEW "Z"

    by gunther
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    Re: NEW "Z"

    that pic with all the ugly bits off shows a nice base to make something good(looking) out of ;)
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    Re: Another Round Of CNC OEM Steering Stems

    was easy really :thumbs:

    are these lighter than stock?
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    Re: AV80R's BMW R1200RTP "Poncherello"

    one more thing if you are in the throttle bodies: BMW does synching with the computer. There is a much better way that several forum members here in the Netherlands that balances the carbs. I had it...
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    Re: ZRX Confessions....

    the best mod I could probably do to the rex now is getting a garage to park it in...
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    Re: AV80R's BMW R1200RTP "Poncherello"

    importatnt to switch up the route a bit every now and then :thumbs:
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    Re: This happened today...

    nice! Any major things that needed changing over that distance?
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    Re: AV80R's BMW R1200RTP "Poncherello"

    regular maintenance on these things is easy, anything else a real pain. I guess it's the same for a lot of 'modern' bikes. it's not crazy complicated, but it's a lot of parts and a lot of time. Also,...
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    Re: AV80R's BMW R1200RTP "Poncherello"

    ahhh another one of those typical Beemer issues. Often it's the oil seal that leaks soaking the clutch plates and making it slip. Or it's just worn of course. Best to replace bearings and seals...
  15. Re: Congrats to oldkawboy - September 2019 BOTM Winner

    congrats! Super clean looking bike!
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    Re: What did you do to your OTHER BIKE today?

    fresh rubber for the Katy, seriously easy to get these wheels off, nice machined parts too!

    https://i.imgur.com/KyFQIia.jpg
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    Re: going to live a bit longer.

    glad you made it! Keep an eye on the old ticker, fortunately the new pacemakers are a lot better too!
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    Re: zrx facelift complete! (pics, obviously!)

    looks good! What kind of headlight is that?
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    Re: Need new engine.

    bit of ducttape and you're golden ;)
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    Re: Finally! the new forks are on... :)

    looking good!
  21. Re: I think I probably need counseling - looking for a bike again: 1986 KLR600

    congrats! Nice looking bike :rockon
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    Re: Rotational judder

    bump in tyre, (very) unbalanced tyre
  23. Thread: Jaco's ZRX.

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    Re: Jaco's ZRX.

    good to see this is moving!
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    Re: Zephyr paid me a visit..

    nice to help someone out, good stuff!
  25. Re: I think I probably need counseling - looking for a bike again: 1986 KLR600

    I'll keep an eye on this ;)

    perfect number of bikes is N+1

    N being the number you currently have. Basic math there :thumbs:
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