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    Rainy days suck.... lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_yotheguy View Post
    Rainy days suck.... lol
    DAMMIT,... you beat me to it!


    I WANT ONE! (though preferably not Italian, they break down too much )


    If I found this earlier I could have used my K6 as a donor for it
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    Took the 7R for a spin at the weekend.

    been sat a while.... so drained the float bowls... did the normal pre ride stuff..

    Slightly weeping fork seal... no biggie...

    Man... she is running fluffy as hell though...

    normally she will clear on a hard 20 mile blatt...

    not this time though... really really rough.... very hard to ride in traffic... constantly fighting at low rpm just to keep her running... great at 70+

    So... time for another full carb strip and rebuild... drain the tank and clean.



    The early 90's 4 carb Kawasakis's are pretty much all that way as far as I can tell... the 9R B models, the whole series of 7Rs (which are all the same anyway P1-P8 other than the paint jobs)... never worked on a 90's 6R so no idea there... but imagine its the same story on the non injected variants.

    These are truely Brilliant when set up... but yeah... massive headache compared to fuel injection if you leave them sitting at all.


    If it wasnt for the love... and man she still handles like shes on rails.... I'd have thrown in the towel for a Triumph Daytona 675R


    but.... fell I in love in 2003.... and nothing has changed there...

    She is off the road for a bit though

    and I'm not going to bother doing it myself either. She is going to my race mechanic pal in Tonbridge.

    Best bike mechanic I ever met. By a long long way. !


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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    I ride a Hog. Are there any bike sims that incorporate an easy chair, beer, and potato chips? Oh, and hot chicks that dig pot-bellied biker-types?



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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Snapper View Post
    I ride a Hog. Are there any bike sims that incorporate an easy chair, beer, and potato chips? Oh, and hot chicks that dig pot-bellied biker-types?

    Yep... but you need a real bike to play that sim...

    I play it every time I go out.

    Haven't managed to level up enough for the Hot Chicks... but.. I have the rest down pretty well towards the evening... as should be the case after all the time I've put in


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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Snapper View Post
    Oh, and hot chicks that dig pot-bellied biker-types?


    In almost 15 years of riding, I haven't even found one that digs 40 year olds that are built like 18 year olds

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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightdare View Post


    In almost 15 years of riding, I haven't even found one that digs 40 year olds that are built like 18 year olds

    Haha!

    I'm 28 years in on this.... and so far I have met only 3 women who thought bikes rocked.....

    When i was 16 I naively assumed all girls thought bikes were the pinnacle of cool.


    I got loads of other stuff about them wrong too and still do..... so at least I'm consistent.



    As far as the age thing... I'm built like a 7 year old...mentally.

    Also doesn't seem to really impress.... but I know who is having all the fun! So.... yey!!!
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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    My SRAD lost it's passenger pegs the day I got a Leovinci highmount full system
    My old beastie lost them only few weeks in my possession, it helped it had the very VERY short exhaust that didn't need a hanger
    and only got them back twice in those years to give someone a ride (both not female I might add)
    When the next paycheck arrives, I'll be removing them from my K5 as well

    I bought this bike for me, not for anyone else's pleasure


    Been working on the Empress past friday
    Installed a PCIII, plugged off the PAIR system (thick bolt in a hose - Done!) and installed some Titax parts
    Already had the Rizoma grips and bar weights, and the Barracuda mirrors from my K6 installed a week earlier













    Up next are an exhaust hanger, double bubble windscreen, better filter (unless the filter I found in the box already was a K&N, need to check), a custom tune for the Power Commander, aftermarket rearsets and maybe a custom seatcover

    Of course I'd also like a set of PVM 10-spoke rims, but those are way out of my budget (and have been on my want-list AND out of my budget since I owned the SRAD )
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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    I'm off to Tonbridge tomorrow to leave the 7r with my race mechanic pal.

    Taking a friend along on her SV650.

    Then i ride us back... (like I'm ever going to make a happy pillion?!)

    The SV is a fun bike. No power to speak off but not slow.... terrible brake and suspension... but stops fine and goes well round corners....

    Its a bike that makes pretty much no sence. I genuinely really like it!


    Still toying with the idea of retiring the 7r and getting a post 2013 675 Daytona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Highseas View Post
    The SV is a fun bike. No power to speak off but not slow.... terrible brake and suspension... but stops fine and goes well round corners....

    Buddy of mine borrowed the Gladius (same engine) from his old instructor, there haven't been many bikes I could pull away from that quickly (including a buddy's 750 cc Virago)
    And trust me, my buddy was wringing out everything it had

    Still toying with the idea of retiring the 7r and getting a post 2013 675 Daytona.

    Difficult decision.
    If it doesn't really bump the financial power towards that 675, and it's still in good condition, I'd keep it

    ...on another note, are you so sure you want less cc's? I don't think I'd ever want a lower displacement, high rev screamer after my current bike, torque is mighty addicting
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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightdare View Post
    Buddy of mine borrowed the Gladius (same engine) from his old instructor, there haven't been many bikes I could pull away from that quickly (including a buddy's 750 cc Virago)
    And trust me, my buddy was wringing out everything it had

    If it doesn't really bump the financial power towards that 675, and it's still in good condition, I'd keep it

    ...on another note, are you so sure you want less cc's? I don't think I'd ever want a lower displacement, high rev screamer after my current bike, torque is mighty addicting


    Its currently being stripped by a friend of mine. Race mechanic.

    and racer. Though obvioulsy not on 750's as he isnt living in the late 80's or mid 90's anymore !



    Ahhhhh yeah! the SV650...

    its a weird one... the front end is Soooooo soft its a bit scary...


    But.. back to the 7R


    675 against '98 ZX-7R...?

    Irrespective of cc the 675 Daytona has the 7 absolutely hands down beat on stats written on paper, on weight... and in real. Uttrerly beaten. And I'm a MASSIVE 7R fan !


    The 7 is a very high reving bike too.. low down torque is not something these bike have in abundance ... not like say a Z1000. Those have tonnes of low down torque.

    The 7 needs to be ridden in race mode... red lining it. You really can't roll on the throttle on a 7R... Not on the track or the road. You have to be right on it all the time if you are looking to be fast.

    Anyhoooo.


    7R still rocks like a trooper none the less

    I've played swapsies on many occasions

    Even the GSXR's from the same era had it on the ropes... except round the track. The 7 I could throw into corners faster... couldnt really out brake gixers... but defintely was way less twitchy in the corners...

    and I always prefered the 7 anyway... Looked way better, feedback is still amazing... balance impeccable


    Even now she still rides way way way better than everything else I’ve ridden. (balance wise.)

    the 7 still feels like its on rails... heavy as it is !


    but power?

    if you ring it out of her and never mess it up.... maybe...


    but you'd have to be very amazing

    Love this bike...

    Pretty sure I would be faster on a 675.

    maybe not as happy though!!


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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightdare View Post
    Buddy of mine borrowed the Gladius (same engine) from his old instructor, there haven't been many bikes I could pull away from that quickly (including a buddy's 750 cc Virago)
    And trust me, my buddy was wringing out everything it had
    yeah !!

    I was 2 up after dropping my bike off...

    brought myslef and my friend Angi home on her SV.



    man...


    SLOWWWWWWWWWWW

    and i'm out of practice on V twins too...

    was like riding a pogo stick in the corners !



    an underpowered overloaded pogo stick with a horrifically soft front end and just AHHHHHHH!!!!!!]

    Still... we lived to tell the tale... EVENTUALLY... Man that thing is slow !!



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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    I rather have something I can fire while on the move

    Still looking for a cheap set of AH-64 Apache wingstubs with a few Hellfire missiles slapped under them to bolt onto the bike
    That'd teach those BMW drivers to use their turnsignals!
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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    Well, been busy (actually, most mods have been done at the end of a workday within an hour)

    Installed a Smoke taillight, smoke rear blinkers, got an exhaust hanger, put some grip pads on the tank,
    and that windscreen had to go, for 1: it was too dark and 2: I prefer a double bubble by a long shot, if not for the lesser turbulence, then for the fewer bugs fouling up my visor

    So now I'm waiting on my custom seatpad, my chain tensioners and my custom tank pad
    I ordered the custom tankpad domestic at first,
    ...but these morons are producing them in a sawmill, in the dark, by blind people, that don't know what they are doing
    After 5 deliveries, where the first 2 were just plain stickers, instead of domed with epoxy
    They ALL had pollution/dirt in/on them, some had an uneven epoxy layer, spots on the image, one a misaligned image, one where the resolution was reduced to 25% (think Pac-Man pixels)
    I absolutely had it with them, so there's now one underway from the US


    Not all good news though, the low mileage did have some repercussions on the front fork, it moves a bit stiff, so my bike doesn't compress evenly between front and back,
    which makes it kind of buck on successive short humps and bumps, so I have to bring it in for service
    It's most probably a case of new oil and seals, but I might just replace the springs (rear shock as well) with a set more matched to my weight, since I'm not the heaviest guy this suspension is set up for (I'm 66kg, OEM is in around 80kg)
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    Now I need to refurb the suspension, get a custom tune and a pair of rearsets and I'm (as good as ) done
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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightdare View Post


    Now I need to refurb the suspension, get a custom tune and a pair of rearsets and I'm (as good as ) done
    Ohlins rear shock, can be had reasonably cheap second hand and re-vavaled for very little.

    For the front end on that just get progressive springs...

    WP are good, Hyperpro are good...

    I'm running hyperpro progressives in the 7R... specified then for my dreamy 70kg weight... which is now more like 78kg...

    handles like a dream on rails... a dream which is itself dreaming about trains.

    Fast ones mind.... that run on time.

    (and actually get there way too early)



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    Re: Show Us Your Bike(s)

    A second hand Öhlins TTX can get me (at least a very long way towards) my bike refurbished front and back with springs set up for my weight

    And since I'm just 45 minutes away from HyperPro Netherlands, I'll probably give them a call in the near future

    -Side note, since Hyperpro does more than just suspension: it never ceases to amaze me how expensive a steeringdamper is in comparison
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    A classic lap from MotoGP.


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    0613 Awaiting the Sun.jpg

    Catseye . . . . at rest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catseye View Post
    0613 Awaiting the Sun.jpg

    Catseye . . . . at rest!
    Nice!

    And you live in Vernon?

    So you must know all about West Side Road.

    This was my 08 on one of the look outs.


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    Triumph Moto2 765 development bike

    The current stock MotoGP 2 engine, the Triumph 765 triple.

    Just sit back an listen in awe to the symphony.



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    Re: Triumph Moto2 765 development bike

    [QUOTE=Vlerkies;336983]The current stock MotoGP 2 engine, the Triumph 765 triple.

    Just sit back an listen in awe to the symphony.



    Old School, never Dyno tested!

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    Last weekend in Brno, Moto 2

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