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Old 07-19-2012, 04:31 PM   #13861
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Do we have any UK members here ?
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Old 07-20-2012, 09:25 AM   #13862
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Nope, only some who speak in an English, Irish, Scottish, Cumbrian, Welsh, Belfast, Wight, Man, Cockney or some other accent.
Why?









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Old 07-20-2012, 02:27 PM   #13863
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For those that have been waiting for a XRR Tanker BraceI have a batch finished, paint is drying on them now. If you would like a brace PM me, they will be ready to ship out on Monday morning.

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Old 07-21-2012, 06:11 AM   #13864
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Nope, only some who speak in an English, Irish, Scottish, Cumbrian, Welsh, Belfast, Wight, Man, Cockney or some other accent.
Why?









I am Just looking for a local buddy to go for a ride with that is all .
What do you think about my accent ?
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Old 07-21-2012, 06:13 AM   #13865
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For those that have been waiting for a XRR Tanker BraceI have a batch finished, paint is drying on them now. If you would like a brace PM me, they will be ready to ship out on Monday morning.

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I will need one , soon just need to financialy recover from buying the bike all the new gear and fecking 700 matress .
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Old 07-21-2012, 08:31 AM   #13866
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Pls explain what speeding or a(ny) ticket has to do with one's insurance? I stand to learn here as I'm totally lost with this....
Those of us who manage to accumulate tickets are obviously an easy target for the insurance companies because; "we can't or won't abide by the rules" and as such, we present a risk. In their infinite wisdom, additional revenue will mitigate that risk making the stockholders happy while generating record profits. It's all about monetary punishment which is just another way to get the $$ from my pocket to theirs. Just like the fact that I have multiple licensed vehicles that I must insure individually even though I can only ride/drive one at a time.
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Old 07-21-2012, 09:28 AM   #13867
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ZXR,

Can't help adding your "looking for a local buddy to go for a ride with" and that "fecking 700 matress"...... hence am awfully glad I'm not local to you. And, on this, that's an accent alien to me.






Give it some time whilst browsing here, plenty of Blighty men attend here.
Geez bru, you've got an expensive taste for getting laid, 700 quid for a mattress! Suddenly the couch sounds like a very viable option - but maybe that's where you currently are until you buy it?



Yes RF,

my sentiments completely. It is the first time I hear about this, and, because the OP did not come across funny I could not have been a joke... although it sounds like one, a bad one at that. Any legal system which provides financial gains for individuals is corrupt, and cannot work as intended. Ditto Reserve Banks, way wrong.
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:28 PM   #13868
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ZXR,

Can't help adding your "looking for a local buddy to go for a ride with" and that "fecking 700 matress"...... hence am awfully glad I'm not local to you. And, on this, that's an accent alien to me.





Fecker , i knew someone will come out with some Gay jokes , wondering if you are one of those so called self hateing ones :ymca . HAHAHA

BTW if you look at the dunlopillo site , you will se that i have bought one of the cheapest ones , they can cost as much as a little car , but they are very good , well i love mine and my back feels so much better
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Old 07-21-2012, 09:24 PM   #13869
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Reserve Banks, way wrong.
Burpsa, you should see the way they keep printing more money over here, it's pretty messed up in my eyes. But I have a plan for inflation due to printing too much money backed on faith instead of wealth. Some people buy gold, as a hedge against inflation. My money's been going into motorcycles lately. It may not be the greatest finacial strategy for the future, but it's lots of fun most days on the way there.
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Old 07-21-2012, 10:42 PM   #13870
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First time for this problem, Bro in law and I took the two piggys out for some tight singletrack fun, it was about 92 degrees out, progress was slow, then mine just stopped running. After a couple kicks I started smelling gas and looked down, carb was pissing out the overflow, a bit of troubleshooting showed the gas was boiling in the tank, The vent couldn't keep up with the pressure building and was forcing the gas into the float bowl past the float valve. After taking the filler off the tank to vent, the fuel stopped pouring out and the bike started. Had to stop every so often and unscrew the filler cap to vent it or else the engine would die. Any ideas for a bigger vent?
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Old 07-22-2012, 07:56 AM   #13871
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Thx to Unabiker for deep rad guards

Thanks for inmate suggestions to contact Unabiker about deep rad guards that will work with the Fluidyines on my XRR.

Even tho I got the guards from a vendor on flea-bay, Brian Bennet is kind enought to swap out the regular guards I got for the deep ones, for just the price of shipping.

Great service, thank you!

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Old 07-23-2012, 11:47 AM   #13872
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Continental Divide Trail Picture Report on my XRR.

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Just got back two days ago.
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:50 AM   #13873
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Continental Divide Trail Picture Report on my XRR.

http://advrider.com/forums/showthrea...4#post19193704

Just got back two days ago.
Wow, incredible adventure. Tons of miles on your XXR speaks highly of it. Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing the ride!
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Old 07-23-2012, 12:59 PM   #13874
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Wow, incredible adventure. Tons of miles on your XXR speaks highly of it. Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing the ride!
No problem.

I appreciate reading other people's ride reports (especailly in the winter) so I *try* to give a little back to the community.

Now if only I could travel full time.....
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:48 PM   #13875
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Me bike's Alive again Boys
new suspension..shim stacks..oils...seals..orings..front and rear heavy new springs .....its a whole new animal ..swingarm bearings new tripple new triple bearings ..Giddy up

stage 2 cam gets her awake

suede seat cover and foam seat concepts

heading out in the desert for 2 weeks on 25th aug ....cant wait

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