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  1. Transalp
    A lovely 650 on an 02 plate with all the luggage and a strange oiler (not Scott). Am a little alarmed at the seating position tho. I think i will be forming a squeeky voice and a sorebum in no time! Are there resolutions to this issue?
  2. Transalp
    I've got a non standard stubby thing of an exhaust on my 600, after taking the heat wrap off I've realised the cause for popping. The can is lightly slipped on with more gaps around joint than pipe... also gaps at header? Where the two down pipes join. also even tho I've now packed the baffless...
  3. Ride Reports and Pictures
    As the weather was rather good today we (Barftone - CB500, Steve - KTM 950S, Helen - Aprilia Shiver, Boboneleg - RD04) decided to go for a road ride. So a gold star to the first person who can guess where we went :D ......... here's a clue, this is one of the locals...........
  4. Transalp
    Hi all just wanted to drop in and officially say hello, been lurking for a week or 2 now but finally have decided (99.9%) to get a trans-alp. Now this will be my first ever road bike, used to riding motocross most of my life but due to the better half pressuring me into a house i have to...
  5. Africa Twin
    1990 HONDA XRV750 MULTI-COLOURED on eBay (end time 31-Oct-09 22:22:55 GMT) I love the style!!
  6. Bodgers Corner
    I saw a chain oiler that seemed to work on the basis that you pull a plunger and then it drips that ammount of oil onto the chain! cool - but hard to make for a muppett like me so i came up with a solution - a syringe full of oil that you apply to the chain as and when you need it by pressing...
  7. Africa Twin
    I did the reparation of the fuel pump like described in the article "Repairing the Africa Twin Fuel Pump (Adobe Acrobat pdf)- Thomas Hedlund" The fuel pump worked fine for 8000km, but when I started to drive in the dunes in Tunisia, the modification stop working. When driving in the dunes, I run...
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