Anybody know how much fork oil inthe 1986 xl600 LMF forks, XR 600 shows arouns 455ml, so i am thinking the same althoug the forks are a different construction, also best weight of oil for Uk (north climate)
Any help appreciated
About a year and a half ago I got one of those cheap battery chargers from lidl when they had their bike stuff on sale, and I've been using it to keep the battery on my 125 and the @T topped up while I haven't been using them.
When I let my little 125 battery run right down once, I noticed it...
hi all just joined the site today as i went and got myself a 51 plate dommi yesterday....:blob2: been looking for one for a while and finally found one in london. near mint condition 6000 miles still had tools/instruction book/all factory documentation. only problem no stamps in the service...
With kind permission of the owners I'm gonna be posting some current projects on here that RaidXtreme are working on with a view to finding out who's interested if we make these projects sellable and especially if anyone has any ideas for either the current projects or any new...
I had this jacket recommended to me when I had to do an exchange in Hein Gericke on a previous jacket and overall I'm really pleased with it.
I guess it may help to describe the type of rider I am and what I am generally looking for in a jacket.
I do about 20-25 thousand miles per year and I...
I've had Autocom units for some time now and in 2007 upgraded to the Super Pro Avi unit.
It has some really nice features:
Foolproof VOX performance guaranteed to 180mph — even for bike-to-bike.
Side tones-duplex intercom-instantaneous voice activation for normal speech patterns...
Took a trip to Scotland recently on my 96 TA and set fire to my soft panniers - of course, the things had slipped against the exhaust despite my best efforts top keep them clear. Molten plastic and flames ensued on the hard shoulder of the M74, but thank God for bungees, and I left my smoldering...
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I am waiting on payment from 2 people still. Just a polite reminder :rolleyes:
Also, Ive had no reply from several PM's to LOIC. Does anyone know the guy or have a contact for him. Im just getting a bit worried as there's been no response from...
Hi , I got an instruction manual on a cd rom . Good plan , but I cant find any specs about the engine oil . Viscosity .
Also , transmission oils? Fill , drain ,,,,,,,,,,??
Any suggestions (apart go to bike shop.:)....)
As my winter projects thread suggested I am going to be installing my custom panniers on to Anubis this winter. I made these boxes a few years back for my XTZ and will be changing them a bit to suit my new needs. So I had a friend ship em to me from Aus.
Last night i did dig out the...
Did not get much of instruction manuals etc when I bought my bike. So I wonder what did happened after -99. I cant find any parts to 2002 bikes. Is it the same NX650 engine, exhaust etc if I would like to buy new parts?
Or has my bike an other "650name" in the catalogues?
I work as a web developer for a motocross company. I have been building a site for them for a few months now(to the boss's instruction). I have hit a wall and dont really know what to do next. any ideas would be grateful.
not looking for critisism as the site is not to my spec but my bosses(yes...
I spent the day with the Essex Police today doing their bike safe course. It's run about 10 times a year and it's designed to improve your bike handling and road awareness. It starts with some time in the training road pointing out road positioning, breaking and how things going wrong and...
I was fitting a bicycle computer to my @ the other day, then packed up as it was getting dark. I forgot to pick up the instruction sheet and left it out overnight. Next day a gang of SNAILS had eaten the info in English, french and German, leaving only the Greek untouched.
I must have done...
If anyone is looking for a new tent I can recommend the Coleman Graphite 3. Quality construction tunnel design, ally poles, large porch area, 3.8kgs and packs small enough to fit in a Zega pannier. The best bit is it's half price at only £75...
& you know how it is with mates, ....they buy a bike, no idea how it works :confused5: . Anyway, he's a bit of a luddite when it comes to modern bikes (although he knows how to make old ones fall apart.)
Well....he bought a (2006) Transalp, & he loves it....& he's read the instruction manual...
Ok, my new Hyperpro fork springs arrived today (rear shock next week) and the installation instruction says the closer spaced springs should be at the top and my Haynes manual says they should be at the bottom.
Who's right? Does it really matter?
Thanks in advance.