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Old 02-03-2013, 12:30 PM   #151
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Glad she is running better. If you still have the oem plug caps, swap for some NGK replacement caps. As often as your bike has been worked on I am betting the oem bits insulation is failing and they are now arcing and the rain is adding to the problem resulting in the rough running.

Some beautiful places to camp all over that area and check out KOA Kabins if you find the need for more protection now and again, some areas are pricier than others, but they usually are much cheaper than hotels and do a good job.

Your bike troubles have caused you to miss some fantastic riding areas, I hope the rest of the journey allows for maximum exploration.

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Hey Bob,
I have been very careful with the plugcaps since new using the zapstrapwrap method to gently pull them off. Just pulled them to check if there was any signs of tearing from the last service but they still look good. I put some dielectric compound in them to see if that helps. Hope compound doesn't mean it will turn into any sort of hardened up crap because I was not able to find any grease, just the compound.
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:16 AM   #152
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The Long Slow Ride North

It's been over a week since I dipped my already wet toe in the Pacific. Scouting cheap places to stay around San Diego proper brought up too many price ranges above my liking so I decided to crawl up the coast a bit to see what I could find. Still cloudy but the weather was breaking when I stopped to have a look at this pretty little cove.

And one more pic of the recently head shaved guy. (Helps to keep the lice down.) Kidding. Just kidding.

I could live here if I won the lottery.

A little farther up the road and a stop for eats and sports. D'ya ever get a sore neck from watching too many TVs at once?

Satiated, I was back to cruising thru Torry Pines looking for the Tiger when all I really saw was a lot of traffic and Mr. Blimpy.

Ah, the sun was lookin real good at the Oceanside Pier.

Got a surprisingly plush and clean room at the Ramada for the week for a surprisingly cheap price. Altho they kept the place clean and running well it was what was going on outside the door that wasn't so nice. The homeless, the crack hos, the tweakers and the like. They didn't bother me at all and with the beach a short drive it turned out fine. Had to wait for the ambulance and fire truck to move yesterday before I could get out.
Did a couple of planned circle routes thru a couple of days up into the mountains with the first heading out thru Pendelton to check out the armored museum.

they had some big guns there. Huge arty. Some strange morers. This one they tried in Nam and, altho it could crawl thru just about anything, apparently it was under powered and did not work so well.

Loved the halftrack with the four 50s

There was a string of KLRs

And outside (did I say huge arty?)


I was told this yard was full of stuff they brought back form Iraq. You can just see a SAM battery.

And, of course, these big puppies right off the Missouri. 16 inchers. Hey Saddam. Look up!

Past Pembelton and thru the orange groves.

Up the switchbacks

The road was full of cyclists all heading up hill, God bless em

Lilac Rd and Valley Center Rd. would bring me around and down to the coast that day.
The next day I went out counterclockwise to hit 78 past Ramona and up to Lake Henshaw. Nice ride but kind of a bust because a Trooper had us all turning around about five miles from Henshaw because of a rollover and power pole down. Still, a nice ride.
Hung around the Oceanside (literally) for a couple of days and tried to fix my fog lamps. One wire was actually soldered to the bulb with the other on a clip. I was toying with different ways of reattaching the wire after I had J Welded the broken brackets together. My disgust and impatience ended when, after waiting 24 hours with the properly prepared and applied J Weld, I dropped on on the carpet. I snapped like fine china. Giving the other a light rap on the table produced same results. So much for JWeld and into the garbage with the worst designed lights I've ever seen.
The next day I decided to go for Palomar/Henshaw on a clockwise route.
Turned into a great ride



But took longer than I estimated. I had planned on dropping down to the Air and Space Museum in SD but ending up in Friday afternoon rush hour traffic would have put a big damper on a great day. I just stuck to the valleys circling back.
Saturday was bringing some overcast again and I was wondering what the week would bring

The surfers were loving Sunday

And this local resident was loving the free fish.

So, as I set out this morning it is looking like I've got a few days of good stuff to ride thru but, once again it looks like Old Man Winter is tryin to blow the nastys all the way down here again. More cold rain predicted in a few days. Camping may be out for a bit yet.
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Old 02-12-2013, 03:18 PM   #153
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Best Bit Yet.

OK. so leaving Oceanside gets me onto I5 for a little bit but not for long. I quickly find old Pacific highway and chunks of the coast highway. No. 1 is pretty steady up thru Laguna, Newport and Huntington and the few detours I make to get closer to the water just end up in more and more stop and go action. After all, I am approaching Megalopolis so the only thing in my mind really is to get on thru it.
Passing Long Beach I can see the Queen Mary and the dome where the Goose used to be and I'm thinking, well, been there done that, when I see the Iowa sign. When she was still commissioned I saw her at anchor looking down from Vancouver's Lions Gate Bridge and I can remember thinking, My God she's wide! Coming up ahead I decide on the detour and tour.


What spectacular might!


Think I was hummin the old Jonny Horton tune, you know "...and shells as big as trees.

Anyhoo, that made for a great two hour stop.
It was a pretty slow roll skirting the massive LA but I had decided on a destination stop in the Malibu area. One inmate in particular had told me to give him a call when I got over this way so I did just that. John Gretzinger, a fellow Guzzi rider and local now has my complete and total admiration and thanks for taking me on personal tours of all the fantastic riding roads in the area.
The canyon roads,
the Rock Store

Neptune's (altho I've been there before)

were all opened up to me by John. He even topped it off with a well hidden peek at the 747 House.

That's right, a house made from a 747.

The fensing for hundreds of feet down the road was made from old runway steel, the stuff they laid down on all those coral islands thru the Pacific in WW2, I think.
And the gatehouse? Engine parts.

But another good reason for hanging in was to go and see Todd Egan of GuzziTech who had said look him up when I got out this way. John knows Todd so we made arrangements to pay him a visit.

But right now I'm outta time so I'm posting this part and will get to Part Duex later.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:13 AM   #154
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Part Duex

Thruout my trip I have had several services done on the bike to 1, follow the routing services of a new bike and 2, to hunt down the bad running problems that have plagued me since the beginning. Going west to east on the first leg I had decided to go for a known ECU 'upgrade' one of only two that I had found in North America. That was done along with a service at an east coast dealer who, when I was told to come and pick up the bike was informed that I had exhaust leaks but made no effort to correct that problem.
As I carried on, conditions on the overall running of the bike worsened and I started to wonder what exactly had been done with this reflash prompting me to get back in touch with the outfit that did the work. At the time of the work I was at no time allowed to talk one on one with the actual technician and, when I asked why the O2 sensors were left in instead of removed as I had asked with the holes bunged (my bill shows I was charged for the bungs) was told by the service manager that the remapped ECU was working in conjunction with the Lambdas. After this the question was put to every Guzzi dealer I had services done and not one was able to tell me anything about the mapping of the ECU.
Until Todd.
When I contacted him it was with the intention of an anyalsis, a chat and a cup of coffee. Todd said shure come on up. He works out of his house purched high up overlooking the Pacific. John had been there many times and took me up there. This is Todd's view.

Sorry for the shitty Iphone pics, it doesn't really like low light.

And the man himself.

Todd Egan turned out to be a straight on, friendly and honest person with an actual shitload of technical, mechanical and experience related knowledge on all thing Guzzi and many other things bedsides.

With his electronics he is able to peer into what you have and do what's right for the bike. What did he find with mine? The O2 sensors operation was deleted and the rest was the stock setup. How does he know this? He has the stock setup for a 2012 Stelvio NTX and mine was the same with the deletion of of the O2 sensors.
Todd installed a setup that had me running 100 per cent better than before with a lot less decel pop.He spent more than four hours tweaking and asked me to give him a call in a day or so to report on the overall performance.
Above 4 grand I now had a superbike. 2 to 4 grand cruising still had a bit of leanness. Hearing this he agreed to come down to the Motel and do some more tweaking.

Todd spent another two good hours tweaking and riding, tweaking and riding and got it down to about as good as it can be without the addition of Autotune and Power Commander. Unfortunately for me I am on the fourth quarter of my budget and that other part will have to wait.
I know that I had heard from some of you that you felt that the Auto tune and PC were more a bandaid than a fix, a statement I presented to Todd but, as he explained, don't hold your breath for a fix. You're fighting the EPA and your fighting a scooter company that is just not used to being presented with development bills far exceeding what they have been used to.
Also, a quick explanation to the PC and Autotune. My ECU has a number of set variables that can be tweaked thruout, let's say, the 3000 rpm range on up. But at the low range you've got a set variable with a rich or lean adjustment. No tweaking. The ECU works off of temp, barometric pressure and, I think I am spacing it on something else. Regardless, settings are different at sea level as opposed to Rocky Mt. Park. Power Commander allows a shitload of adjustments thru all ranges. And Autotune implements then. So, you just can't run PC thru the ECU I asked Todd. And, of course the answer was no.
Now I may be wrong about my explanation on this. It's from memory and I'm a half month away from 62 for God's sake!
But I have, once again, a better running bike and am slowly getting there. And a new friend that I support entirely in what he is doing.

Thank you Todd.
Before I left I spent the last day or so riding all there was around there.
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Love the rocks

Then there is this silly assed place

When I asked John wether he had noticed it and what was it, as we turned onto Mulholland he replied 'just a house'

Heading north I chose to go up thru Ojai again and stop for lunch at a little hamburger shack I saw when John and I did the ride.
Stopping and walking to the order window I met Bob who asked where I was coming from and upon learning of my trip starting long, long ago and far, far away, said he was buying me lunch. It turns out Bob had a load of restored bikes in his 'garage' and took me for a look. The garage was a huge new barn and here is some of the stuff found inside.


Laverda moped



One of my favs








Bob Andren

oh, to be him.


Took 150 past Lake Casitas hooking onto 152 to the back side of Santa Barbara. From there 154 up past Lake Cachuma with a great view of of Santa Barbara's Pacific on the way.


On thru Solvang to Lompoc and the only reasonable motels in the area.
Hope you all are enjoying bike shots because I'm off to Solvang's bike museum today.
And an apology to Todd if I didn't get any of the facts straight.
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:11 AM   #155
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Lots More Bikes-Solvang

The trip to Solvang's Classic Museum is well worth the time. Just so many perfect 'specimens' of which I'm sure I have seen several featured in Motorcycle Classics mag.
Where to begin...ah yes,
I spent a year or two running the shit out of this guy when I was a young fool.

And the Mars of course, is just complete beauty.

I love the way they entitled this one 'The Last Norton?' Besides the mechanical misgivings, the motor looks more like an abscess.

The Black Bomber and the Rotary Suzuki may or may not have been featured in the mag.


I remember when the rich kid at the top of the street got the 450 after successively going thru the 150 and 300 models (red ones) and how we, as 16 year old kids where in awe of the BB. It seemed so huge at the time.
And the Rotary Suzuki certainly had its own story having single handedly sunk Suzuki. (well hardly single handedly as they built a whole factory to produce these short lived critters)

Was just lovin the Jawa ice racer

With iys multitude of spikes on mostly one side of the tire for oval Ice racing. I've seen this performance with the bike leaned at almost impossible angles.

The colorful blue lady was our host as we walked over to the warehouse section. She told us this wasn't all of em. There were a lot more somewhere else.

Todd asked me if I had seen the 8cylinder Guzzi. Unfortunatly at the time it must have been somewhere else.
This was the workshop/storage.


With row upon row of mouth watering favorites.

In the 'Strange But True' catagory, the Megola.

Built in Germany, probably priceless, one of two, the other owned by Jay.
Engine is a radial in the front wheel that rotate with the wheel. No easy feat as it has no clutch!

And what's this guy doing in here, you might ask? Looks pretty original, right?

Oh ya, pretty original.

Just another Beemer getting the tooth brush treatment.

And lastly a sweet ride named after me!

There were, of course a lot more bikes but I have to leave some room for what is to come.
As I am now planted in Morro Bay for several days waiting for spring and exploring a cool little town and a definite tourist trap ($30 fish, chips and a beer last night), I will post more catch up soon.
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Old 02-21-2013, 02:53 PM   #156
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:32 AM   #157
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Yes it is and a bit of a surprise twist coming up shortly.
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Yes it is and a bit of a surprise twist coming up shortly.
Do tell? I like surprises.


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I'm glad to see you got to see some of the stuff that is not on display. Last time I was there (three or four months ago) the Douglas and the Megola were on display. In the rear work room was these guys













Always something fun to see there.

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Yes it is and a bit of a surprise twist coming up shortly.
A twist? And right near where I live, can't wait.
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Old 02-24-2013, 10:48 AM   #161
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Part Duex.2

As Per Bubba's request, the adventure continues.
But first, a note about my Dad. He left my life waaay too early. I was 10. He was 45 and after several heart attacks, he left us.
Or did he? Thruout my life I have always felt he's been watching my back. I mean, how else could a dumbass kid like me have survived some of the shit I've gone thru and pulled? I like to think it was him anyways. Brother Mike sent me a few of the old post war black and whites of that crazy group (They loved to party, they loved their beer. Sound familiar, Toad? Oh ya. In a day gone by.) And I have brought along an appropriate pic from those days because I figured he needed a road trip.

Now I don't know that he was ever involved in motorcycles. But he is certainly living vicariously thru me. Point here is that I still feel he is helping me along the way. I mean, this aging dumbass has been steered away, around and past some nasty crap this trip. From Thor trying to snuff me out in central BC and Alberta last summer (whispers of 'Turn south you idiot!) to being able to skirt Sandy by not staying too long up north, my luck has been better than good. When I beat it out of Panama Beach it wasn't but a few days later that they had twisters in that area. Then there's Todd. e said something to me about his ancestors looking out for him and it had me wondering weather Pops had approached them. Maybe suggesting I could really use the help. I know it was planned but I could have easily missed Todds expertise but didn't. Anyhoo, part 2 of part 2.
Hanging around Lompoc got me out to the near beach for some scenery.

Some signs of spring?


Some more beautiful coast.

And some ominous warnings.

Last October someone became world news as another victim of the Great White. The ranger said there has been three in two years. Looks like we are no longer the top of the food chain.
Following my Garmin route up the coast gets me to this guardhouse and the end of the road. Garmin, showing roads right thru I guess can be bothered to add, maybe, no access?
There are some nice secondaries up and around Lompoc.



And it was thru these rides I am noting the bike progressively running worse and worse. Again. My thoughts at the time were I might have to turn back. And then there's that little nagging voice in the back of my head.
It got to a point where I noticed a lot of carbon at the tailpipe and, pulling the plugs, I found them black.
Calling Todd he agreed that I needed to get back there. I cleaned the plugs, filled the tank and, in what may very well have been the 'limp home mode', burned thru 3/4 of a tank in 170 miles.
I made it and Todd said he knew he shouldn't have let me go. It was partially his fault and partially mine. When he was 'tweaking' the bike I was checking out of the Motel. He had made adjustments to the map twice and had said it was now better in some areas and worse in others. But I said I had to go and did.
Now even tho it was Todds map, it still showed errors with the Lambdas. So, at this point we are hoping that the ECU is not damaged and Todd has one. Step one, switch it out and run the stock map.
100% improvement. Step 2, re install my ECU and put in the known good stock map. Again, the 100% improvement. With the O2 errors gone.
This is where we should have been the first time around.
But this is where or ancestor's plan comes. The twist, if you will. They sent me away, Dammit! So that I could come back and stay another weekend in Malibu. The weekend of the Norton Owner's Meet in Ojai.
So, the plan. Throw a hissyfit, stomp my feet, roll around on the ground until I get invited to the ride. Leave Todd's with his NTX flash. Not the stock, the good one. Use the next day's ride to feel it out and be sure of no errors. See what I think.
Next morning the Egans meet me at my motel to ride out to Moorpark (I think) to hook up with a few more riders for Ojai

And it is truly amazing what a Norton rally brings out of the woodwork.



Todd and Gretchen, of course.

People start to head out and I follow Todd into what turns into a nice cruise to Ojai with what I truly hate, a mass of motorcycles. The only good thing is we did not have that far to go. We passed a very slow going classic Italian racer on the way up. Guzzi, I think. Small cc. His top was prolly about 30 but I couldn't help thinking there was more speed to be had from that one. Unfortunately, no pic. And this guy;

decided to rip past me with that smell and sound of a day long gone by for me. But the memories came right back.
The lots of these warehouse buildings filled with a great array of what I like to refer to as "Motorcycles" with barely a Harley to be found.

The show inside was confined to a few small rooms.




Exquisitly perfect Honda and this proto

Apparently the fella that owns and refurbs these bikes



Todd tells me the display has gotten a lot smaller than years past. I think there was some disfavors and falling outs involved.
As one of your greatest Presidents once said, "Why can't we all just get along?"
But the outside show was where it was at....

No, seriously,


One of the new Nortons. Man, I am lovin that.
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A King amoung Rats.

And again I met up with Bob Andren who rode his perfect Bonney over. Complete with the carb drippins on the crankcase.

Bob tells us that the owner (please excuse the generic term. I am just so bad at remembering names.) is about to open the car part up one lot over.
Eye watering, mouth dropping.






Couple of bikes inside here too.

The owner of the Honda was firing it up.
Took a wee bit of time to get the revs up but when he did he gave us an ear splitting taste of what ten grand sounded like. Out of a bike that revs to 15. Gave me chills.
After, our group finally found some good food and sat down for some good stories.

We rode back a good length of the way as a group and got some fun and speed out of it.

Managed to slip by a couple of CHPs, one of whom already had someone pulled over and raised his hands in astonishment as we ripped by at a good 80.
The bike ran great there and back and I became sold on the idea of getting the whole package. I made arrangements with Todd to meet him in the morning for the install.
Climing back up to the 'Alphenshoppe' early, we spent a good part of the day installing the PC, Autotune and wide band O2 sensors and testing and adjusting. Todd would go for a run

and I could actually hear him and barely see him way down here.

Going for a run myself I stopped down there and snapped a shot of the 'Eerie' myself.

Think that's Todd's on the right.

So, leaving Malibu for the last time I had just a great ride most of the way to Morro. But the weather got me for about a half an hour. Not real bad stuff and Big Gal just brushed it off.
Morro Bay remains brisk and clear as I explore the regions around here.
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Taco Temple is a good place to eat in Morro Bay.

Try riding Old Creek Road from Cayucos up to Highway 46 then head west back to Highway 1.
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Thanks Otter. Yep, already done that. Next report coming up.
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Thanks Otter. Yep, already done that. Next report coming up.
Can't wait to read it. Wish I had time to meet up and buy you lunch or something, would love to see the NTX as I'm interested in replacing my Tiger 1050 with one next year. I'm running a cold right now too so wouldn't want to get our intrepid traveler sick. Best travels and the weather seems to be warming up for you along the coast.
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And...Toad Hits The Road...Literally.

Out for a great, long ride yesterday. Was enjoying myself immensely.
Then about thirty minutes to go in Templeton I pull up to a red light. Just turns green and, WHAM. I'm hit from behind by a big pickup. He knocks the bike from under me and I go down hard. I try to get up but there's no doin that. Managed to get the lid off and thats about it. Having trouble breathing and my right side rib cage hurts like Hell. Left leg is tingly from the knee down with some pain.
I get the full meal deal. Fire, ambo, cops. First to help is an off duty paramed and whoever he was I can't thankyou enough. But with the collar, a backboard and being trussed like a Gator I really can't see much of anything going on. Haven't a clue how bad the bike is but someone says it looks OK.
I'm rushed out of there to Twin Cities Hospital for an agonizing hour of answering questions whilst still trussed. Finally a doc who gets me out of the gear prods some more and I get a shot. Down to xray for chest and knee.
And, finally blessed pain relief comes on.
Turns out my Tib is broken and the ribs just bruised. ( Edit here: Man, I must have been high. Could have sworn Doc said Tibia. Looked it up and that's the big bone. But Im pretty sure it's the Fibula )
Think the windshield speared me.
But, there u have it. I guess this ride is over for a while. Today I have to find a rental car and get back there from Morro to find the bike (cops didn't even leave me a card, barely talked to me), find my lid and hoodie and see hospital guys about billing.
I've got the full travel ins. and the extended bike ins so let's hope it will pay off. I'll be off the bike for at least a month so I am entertaining thoughts of buying a truck a getting back to BC to attend to what I was going to early and flying back down to pick up where I left off.
I think my extended ins. pays for accomodation and travel back so I think I might just move into the Sheridon.
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