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  1. Africa Twin
    Hello everyone:) I'm looking for 2d drawings of the extension plate for cockpit on rd07, could be in dxf/pdf or in 3d step or similuar. Anyone who could help?
  2. Varadero
    Just curious if anyone has a step by step video showing the procedure for valve check and adjustment. I ride a 2008 XL1000 with approx. 44,000 kilometers on the odometer. Or does anyone have any helpful tips?
  3. Varadero
    This is the 1st step :) i tried to sit on SpongeBob :) and it was comfortable even though that i took a lot from the middle
  4. Africa Twin
    hi m8 my output-shaft is completely flat, no way around it! gotta open the engine. is there any thread here or anywhere with a step by step how to change it? and also would like to know you´re opinion on the shaft from cms parts and the gasket kit from poland that appears a lot on ebay. any...
  5. Chatter
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  6. Transalp
    Hi I have been struggling with the carbs and need to clean them but need some help to get the carbs off. Does anyone have a step by step to remove the carb or can it be cleaned whilst on the bike I have been looking for a manual but hard to find locally in FRance Thanks
  7. Varadero
    My radiators have a good build up of limescale which i would like to remove thinking of using this Halfords | Holts Radflush 2-Step (2x250ml) or this Halfords | Bars Flush Cooling System Cleaner anyone used these? are they safe to use on a motorbike?!
  8. Chatter
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  9. Africa Twin
    Ok looking for the below measurement for anyone with a stck exhaust on. I have laser so want see how much i can get pannier step moved in buy when lad makes the rails
  10. Chatter
    The first man to set foot on the moon, is now arriving in heaven. One small step... RIP Neil http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMINSD7MmT4
  11. Transalp
    My blue ta650 was blown over a few wks ago,[fierce plymouthian winds] and the right side front blue fairing now has some deep scratches. i wondered if anyone new a step by step guide to a decent repair. Thanks!
  12. CRF - New Forum!
    hi guys, i am in the process of making my CRF Road-legal. The bike is already registered and has a number plate...so i got myself a pro-racing lighting kit & speedo etc. step 1: fix new tale section - brake light, numberplate light & holder step 2 replace old odometer with new Speedo...
  13. Bodgers Corner
    Well, I decided to fabricate some Carbon Fiber parts for my RD07 and started to read/watch/ear/eat/sleep every kind of information I could get on the subject. £200 (in supplies) later, I started to make the mold for my first attempt. Although the pics make it look quite simple, ther is a lot...
  14. Africa Twin
    Title of new thread comes from the good book page 44 (XRV750 N.pdf). Getting components ready for powder coating . Noticed that the Pillion Step on both of the holders have rattled the the hole that the step bar joint pin goes into . OK if I get a new pin it will be to small for the hole . The...
  15. Chatter
    I have been quietly worried that I may be going (as we say up here) DOO-LALLY !! I have noticed that I am starting to forget things - people's names , and some major things like, forgetting to take the car in for a service - that I booked !!. Anyway , yesterday I took another major step...
  16. Dominator / FMX
    One step back, Or Bugger! as it is sometimes known! I set about putting right all those little things that bug you when you get a "new" old bike, the worn bit here, the missing screw there, well I am sure you get the idea. For me it was fit the newly aquired sprocket cover, which first meant...
  17. Chatter
    Hi. Step 1; get a spare rear shock. Check (thanx, Sean). Step 2; strip said shock into its various components and measure up. Check Step 3; "find" or make/adapt some kind of (remote) preload adjuster to said shock :? This is where you lot come in :roll: There's a wealth of experience out...
  18. Africa Twin
    Looks like the wearing down exercise has worked and I have approval to find a bike. Only need to sell the Dakar now, which incidentally now has a problem with the damping on the rear suspension - I'm hoping it'll be covered under warranty despite it having run out, just waiting for the dealer...
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