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  1. Thread: F900 gt

    by Richard230
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    I have owned an R1200RS for the past 5 years. My...

    I have owned an R1200RS for the past 5 years. My semi-active computer-controlled ESA suspension sucks for solo riding. It is much too harsh when going over bumps. But works fine while carrying a...
  2. Thread: F900 gt

    by Richard230
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    Keep in mind that BMW makes motorcycles that they...

    Keep in mind that BMW makes motorcycles that they feel their customers should buy, not necessarily ones that their customers actually want to buy. :rolleyes:
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    Yamaha is developing an electric MX

    Here is the story: https://electricmotorcycles.news/yamaha-europe-knmv-dohms-projecten-and-spike-join-forces/
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    All I can say is that I have been using Shell...

    All I can say is that I have been using Shell Rotella in my 2002 Yamaha FZ1 for the past 15 years and it seems to work just fine. I never had to rebuild my bike. [;)]
  5. Thread: Cstaver

    by Richard230
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    Welcome, Craig. You have a smart wife. [;)]

    Welcome, Craig. You have a smart wife. [;)]
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    :confused: [:(]

    :confused: [:(]
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    Check out this 1972 Ginetta. I had never heard of...

    Check out this 1972 Ginetta. I had never heard of this car before. The owner said that it has a 2000cc 4-cylinder engine making 175 hp and the car weighs about 1400 pounds.
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    It wouldn't hurt to check the steering bearings. ...

    It wouldn't hurt to check the steering bearings. Sometimes when they get loose they will make a clicking sound when going over a bump. I have never heard of anyone breaking fork springs before. I...
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    I am glad that I have never owned a gas-powered...

    I am glad that I have never owned a gas-powered mower or other garden tool. I used to own a corded electric mower and a couple of years ago I replaced it with a Greenworks 40V lithium...
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    Briggs & Stratton files for Chapter 11

    Briggs & Stratton filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last Monday. Here is the story: https://www.revzilla.com/common-tread/briggs-stratton-files-for-chapter-11-bankruptcy
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    I have weighed my 2009 F650GS using two...

    I have weighed my 2009 F650GS using two electronic scales. There is 220 pounds on the front wheel and 266 pounds on the rear wheel, for a total weight with a full tank of gas of 486 pounds.
  12. I am happy to hear that things are back to normal...

    I am happy to hear that things are back to normal for you, Tim. I do my best to never approach The Edge and have never clicked on its icon. So far that has resulted in no popups or update downloads...
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    Perhaps the steering bearings need to be...

    Perhaps the steering bearings need to be adjusted. The F650GS is mostly designed for riding on the street and well maintained dirt roads. Its 19" front tire is a bit wide for off-road riding,...
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    Anyone for a small Chinese-made H-D motorcycle? ...

    Anyone for a small Chinese-made H-D motorcycle? https://www.motorcycle.com/mini-features/behold-the-harley-davidson-hd350-benelli-350s-qianjiang-qj350.html
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    Honda Motocompacto

    Honda looks like it might be coming out with a new compact folding mini motorcycle, similar to their earlier Motocompo. This time it will be electric powered:
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  16. Some years ago the San Francisco BMW franchise...

    Some years ago the San Francisco BMW franchise was closed and moved to the well-established SF BMW car dealership. The motorcycle area was first located on the ground floor of the car dealership,...
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    Did someone mention two strokes stopping quickly?...

    Did someone mention two strokes stopping quickly? :rolleyes:
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    Here is the latest regarding H-D's marketing and...

    Here is the latest regarding H-D's marketing and financial "rewire" plan: https://www.motorcycle.com/features/harley-davidson-provides-update-on-rewire-new-hardwire-plan-coming-in-q4.html
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    This review of the Dainese Smart Jacket by...

    This review of the Dainese Smart Jacket by Motorcycle.com just dropped into my inbox: https://www.motorcycle.com/products/mo-tested-dainese-smart-jacket-review
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    Same with me. Both my 1962 Vespa and 1963...

    Same with me. Both my 1962 Vespa and 1963 Lambretta would freeze up when you opened up full throttle for more than a few seconds. That was the end of my scooter experience. After that is was Japanese...
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    And it is likely that "semi-synthetic" oil is...

    And it is likely that "semi-synthetic" oil is mostly mineral oil, anyway. Depending upon the brand, some comments on the internet say that the typical amount of synthetic oil in the "semi" stuff is...
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    You don't have to, but that is what I have always...

    You don't have to, but that is what I have always done with all of my FI BMW motorcycles. I wait until the yellow triangle goes out before hitting the starter button. I also keep the throttle closed...
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    Here is an interesting car that I have never seen...

    Here is an interesting car that I have never seen before. The owner drove it to Alice's Restaurant for a short while before driving off down Highway 84, heading toward the coast. He said it was a...
  24. I absolutely agree with your comments regarding...

    I absolutely agree with your comments regarding good customer service. But that was not what Bike Bandit did. They just left me hanging without any explanation and they did the same thing to a...
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    I recommend Tri-Flow. That stuff really works...

    I recommend Tri-Flow. That stuff really works great to loosen dirt and to provide better lubrication than many other lubes like WD-40.
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