This is my Givi topbox, black. Not sure of size though. It came with my latest bike. It is a Monokey system.[ATTACH=CONFIG]126209[/ATTACH
Excellent condition apart from what I have shown in the photo. Would prefer pickup as postage can be expensive.
I am looking for £65 for it. Any questions...
looking to swap back to stock exhaust, the bike came with this exhaust.. but I heard the stock one and prefer the quieter tones from it
I am in Waterford , ireland
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I didn't get a toolkit with my TA and would like something under my seat for emergencies etc. I can make up a set from spare tools but would prefer original if available but can't find one on the internet. Questions:
Does anyone know where I can buy an original?
Can some kind person list...
If anyone is considering selling their AT, please PM me! I have a europe tour planned for April and would prefer an AT over other makes/models. I am not looking for something in mint condition, just well kept! Cheers!
Will a tank cover for RD07a fit a RD07?
The rasson I ask is that the oner for my bike looks like this http://www.bagster.com/newcata/1245F
But I prefer this one even if the colours don't match perfectly http://www.bagster.com/newcata/1245QV.jpg
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I have my AT set at roughly 700 RPM idle speed. Lower than that and it becomes a rough and jumpy ride. Higher than that and the bike becomes too eager, as well as some nasty clanking when selecting the first gear from neutral. So to me, 1200 RPM idle seems too fast, even though this is...
prefer some off road capability
so far had heidenau k6's 130/80 front and back ( 3.5k miles rear 5.5 k front)
mefo explorer rear 130/80 4kmiles rear .
mitas E07 130/80 (5k Ish) rear with a worn TKC 80 on front ( 2k ish )
what next ?
i have a 76 tl nearing completion which should be sprayed silver with orange flash. i prefer the earlier silver and blue, so does anyone have a suggestion for the closest match for the blue? i use an audi silver. thanks.
Cam chain tensioner lug (to release chain tension) What a bugger that was!!
There really is very little room to get your pliers (of any kind and I have about 5 types) onto the slim lug to lift it to fit the pin.
Still, front cylinder now has no cam/cam gear and is ready for head removal and...