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I’m surprised you say the R1 is small mattie, I find it bigger than the 17 blade and the S1000RR, the R1 certainly has the longest reach to the...
Yes you can set it up that way, personally I prefer to measure the sag settings and do a baseline setting, then use the zip tie and tyre wear to...
Not done them on a 2011 but have done earlier blades and did not back off the tensioner until I removed the cams
I would remove the spark plugs...
Another vote for the MT10 but I am biased as I have one, although I did like the Duc when I sat on one at the Nec. Pretty sure I would not swap...
If you want to try a roomy naked do have a go on an MT10 they really are a lot of fun and handle great
That’s quite tall for a lady, have you tried the new blade ?
I did not like the riding position
How tall are you Lozzy ? the Beamer doesn't look big with you on it
Don’t take that the wrong way
Yes it does look tiny though
That’s why I went for the R1, at 6’4” the blade is way too cramped
got both the bikes out yesterday morning then played eney meeny miny mo before jumping on the R1
I would not trust Kwikfit to align the wheels on a bicycle
Well like I said get the new tyres fitted and the wheel alignment done, then keep a close eye on the tyre wear.
Most cars can only be adjusted for tracking, which is the alignment of the front wheels to each other.
Some sports cars also have adjustment for...
I learnt a lot from Dave Moss many years ago and did suspension set ups for guy's at the track when I was an instructor
I still do a few but...
yes I would soften both front and rear by reducing preload for road use, but you should then also reduce rebound and compression to match.
yes I did, having them fully back and down drops the knee quite a bit, made a big difference on track I was able to lock into the bike far better
I had mine fully back and down cos I’m 6’4” with long legs :)
they look good
have you got short legs ? Fully up and forward, I had mine the exact opposite
It was on a Facebook group, I would not have believed it but several guys who were with MCE Phoned them and were told the same thing.
Well on the flip side MCE are saying if you SORN your bike your insurance is invalid !!
so not even covered if the bike get stolen from your garage.