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Old 07-02-2013, 04:52 PM   #18796
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Here it is, the sound of a None exhaust for the Super 10
http://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id...rer=watch&ns=1

That's just the Youtube sign in page jaumev.
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Old 07-02-2013, 07:01 PM   #18797
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As long as we keep to the thread theme of 'Big Twins' I see no problem.


No complaints from twinrider...
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Old 07-02-2013, 09:46 PM   #18798
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No complaints from twinrider...
None from Motorboater either.

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Old 07-02-2013, 11:48 PM   #18799
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That's just the Youtube sign in page jaumev.
Ups!

Now it works

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JG3CLN8s3Tc#ws
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:03 AM   #18800
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None from Motorboater either.
Looks like pretty clear water, any snorkeling shots?
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:58 AM   #18801
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Hi Jaume I would go for the Enduro 3 at both ends. Given that you should not find too much mud in the Alps in August (I just know that that statement is going to come back and bite me on the ass!) it will give you better road grip and will still give enough grip off road too. You may want to keep on the TC just so that you don't rip it to pieces on rocky sections though.

Have you considered the Karoo 3?
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Old 07-03-2013, 01:42 AM   #18802
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OK, Side block wear, having followed your progress since the UK, seeing the pix, knowing your wheel/spoke issues, and knowing you are a thorough guy who probably has a clue . . .

How does your all-up weight actually compare with the official GVWR?
Before we get on it it is about 370kg (810lbs) fully loaded. It weighed 409kg in the box when shipped to the US with all its luggage. We are not skinny youngsters either. I would guess the total weight with us, fully clothed, is around 550kg (1200lbs).

Max book weight for the bike is 261+209 = 470kg (1030lbs).

BTW, now that I am using Yamaha spokes, I have had no problems with the wheels.
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Old 07-03-2013, 02:04 AM   #18803
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Hi Jaume I would go for the Enduro 3 at both ends. Given that you should not find too much mud in the Alps in August (I just know that that statement is going to come back and bite me on the ass!) it will give you better road grip and will still give enough grip off road too. You may want to keep on the TC just so that you don't rip it to pieces on rocky sections though.

Have you considered the Karoo 3?
Yes but they are very expensive comparing with the others. These are the prices I have (in euros+21% VAT):

90/90-21
Sahara……………….............…80.5€
K60.................................47,25€
K60 scout........................58,45€
Karoo3.............................77,25€
E-07................................40,97€

150/70-17
Sahara……………………115+iva (Size 140)
K60 Scout........................110,95€
Karoo3.............................105,37€
E-07..................................73,01€

At these prices I'm considreing seriuosly the Mitas E-07
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Old 07-03-2013, 05:43 AM   #18804
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It sounds perfect


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At these prices I'm considreing seriuosly the Mitas E-07
I have the Mitas E-07 on my KTM 950 ADV and they work great on off road or on road.
A very good all round tyre at a very good price.
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:55 AM   #18805
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I don't think it will save any lives.


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Looks like pretty clear water, any snorkeling shots?
You must be the pervert they keep talking about around here.
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Old 07-03-2013, 09:10 AM   #18806
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Yes but they are very expensive comparing with the others. These are the prices I have (in euros+21% VAT):

90/90-21
Sahara……………….............…80.5€
K60.................................47,25€
K60 scout........................58,45€
Karoo3.............................77,25€
E-07................................40,97€

150/70-17
Sahara……………………115+iva (Size 140)
K60 Scout........................110,95€
Karoo3.............................105,37€
E-07..................................73,01€

At these prices I'm considreing seriuosly the Mitas E-07
Tires, brake pads, and fuel.

They are just the cost of participation.
You have the most amazing example of this weapon. (Your Tenere)
It's known worldwide by the Tenere community.

Put the best tire for the battle on it. Too late to pinch pennies. :)
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:11 AM   #18807
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Tires, brake pads, and fuel.

They are just the cost of participation.
You have the most amazing example of this weapon. (Your Tenere)
It's known worldwide by the Tenere community.

Put the best tire for the battle on it. Too late to pinch pennies. :)
Old Snake here said it before I could and way better than I could. Buy the good shit.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:16 AM   #18808
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Whow... I wish to be there...

How many T้n้r้s?
It was around 100 or so for the whole rally. Easily one of the best vacations I have ever taken...

And I was one of those running K60 Scouts, did Cinnamon and Ophir passes, along with Last Dollar, CR-26 and Valley of the Gods and Moki Dugway in Utah.
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:13 PM   #18809
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Ok, ok...

but they all look ok for me...I run so slow in tarmac than probably all these tyres are good... I never had road tyres in my bikes, only knobs so no idea of wich are the best. I had the Mitas E09 an E10 worked fine in dirt and dry tarmac....
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:24 PM   #18810
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It was around 100 or so for the whole rally. Easily one of the best vacations I have ever taken...

And I was one of those running K60 Scouts, did Cinnamon and Ophir passes, along with Last Dollar, CR-26 and Valley of the Gods and Moki Dugway in Utah.
I went up the Moki Dugway on an Ultra Classic pulling a Uni-go trailer, that was exciting.
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