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Old 05-09-2013, 11:01 PM   #541
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I can assure you Gefr that the bikes are not identical. And thatīs only with my road test in comparison. 320mm legs and those HP numbers donīt really go hands together. Hard accelerations will make the bike "sail" a bit and that is even without the ability to full throttle. The suspension setup is hard.

The 1190 Adv(r) will be way more nimble than my bike by far. Then again iīm sure if we hit some speeds mine will shine. But i canīt relate on that while the bike only has ventures exciting tar!?!?!?

My light output is insane, but the housing isnīt good enough. It vibrates to much. Iīm looking into some complete LED headlight solution or just using rallyraid. A winterproject...

oh...i donīt know the seat height on the 2013 1190, but i would probably win that one. With my 17/17 setup its 98cm.

Iīve ben curious on how to maken a better seat. My tailbone suffer a bit on the long hauls. Iīve always looked at the DIY splitseat solution and thought it could be a valid way. Since i have 2 seat iand the bike was apart i choose the poorman way.

Behold the ass-keep:




Regarding the fuel issue. I sincerely hope that you are right. If just this is what needed to go warp speed iīm all out happy.

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Old 05-09-2013, 11:11 PM   #542
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blabla...my neVV notebook is at the school. I use the old at home.

Bike is an runner, though a bad runner.

VVhen i ride the in the 0-150 km/h, vvith 50-100% full tank its pretty fine. Only thing i canīt do is tvvist the throttle complete. If i do that it vvill surge and stall like it dosnīt get all the gas needed. It vvill start at 70-80% TPS.
VVhen riding vvith 10-50% fuel in the tank, i can only make it climb to 100-110km/h. And the surge and stalling vvill appear already at 40-50% TPS.

All above vvould make me think that the EFI bridge isnīt getting the gas it needs. As vvhen iīm 100% full on fuel i can go faster = more pressure.
The pump i use is from the 990 Adventure. Does anyone knovv hovv much psi/bar the EFI bridge needs? Could i just use an external pump(they are cheaper).

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Locul, since you have gone so far with your (fantastic) project, I think it would be a good idea to go a little bit further and install an external fuel pump-filter assembly. It will save you from a lot of trouble on the long run. There must be many options if you decide to take this route.
You could even make a little sub-tank (something like a small box) which will sit below your main tank and house an internal fuel pump, borrowed from a bike like eg a hayabusa.
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Old 05-10-2013, 12:53 AM   #543
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Good thoughts there. I havenīt worked with these "touchy" injectors before and i will be more precautious further on.

The rear tanks are filtered before they join with the main tanks.

Bottomline is that i will revise my setup for fueling.

more to come.
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:03 AM   #544
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.....Iīve ben curious on how to maken a better seat. My tailbone suffer a bit on the long hauls....Mikael
Visit the Gym and pump the leg press more frequently, with plenty of weights!
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:24 AM   #545
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Visit the Gym and pump the leg press more frequently, with plenty of weights!
There is nothing like power yoga for riding stamina my friend!
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:44 AM   #546
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There is nothing like power yoga for riding stamina my friend!
Undersigned is an old fart with experienced b*tt-pain and pains in shoulders and neck from wind-drag. A 10 years regular service in the gym eliminated all earlier uncomforts with long high-speed rides. Moreover, strong muscles is an issue of safety. When the unthinkable occurs, the difference between static strong and weak muscles in neck, arms, legs, everywhere may be a question of survival or avoiding becoming a vegetable. So all bikers of all ages...KEEP FIT and STRONG!
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:55 AM   #547
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I couldnīt agree more.

As my former last 6― years as an infantry squad leader iīve used the gym extensively. Funny part is that iīve, at my age 32 run the fastet cooper ever last week. 3470m = 12:00

Maybe some more McD would help cushion the butt a bit more...

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Old 05-10-2013, 06:21 AM   #548
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Undersigned is an old fart with experienced b*tt-pain and pains in shoulders and neck from wind-drag. A 10 years regular service in the gym eliminated all earlier uncomforts with long high-speed rides. Moreover, strong muscles is an issue of safety. When the unthinkable occurs, the difference between static strong and weak muscles in neck, arms, legs, everywhere may be a question of survival or avoiding becoming a vegetable. So all bikers of all ages...KEEP FIT and STRONG!
Locul....so sorry for the tangent taken...

Balsta, I couldn't agree more. Not an old fart yet, but getting there at a pace of ... 24hrs/day !!!
Gym is un-replaceable. So is isometric toning as well as flexibility, something that weights do not usually address....
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:59 AM   #549
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No sorries in this thread. My bad english and the like can make some funny mistakes at times.

Being healthy is plane smart. Ay

Edit:
Found some timelapse from some army course i went to. Lots of boring evenings, though training makes me happy.

Not for the faint hearted...there is an ass.


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Old 05-10-2013, 08:27 AM   #550
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that's it!!! I'm unsubscribed! you have a " w " key




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Old 05-10-2013, 10:39 AM   #551
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Behold the ass-keep:




Regarding the fuel issue. I sincerely hope that you are right. If just this is what needed to go warp speed iīm all out happy.

Mikael
That looks like a huge smurf vvagina







good idea though, I am also one of those "pains in the asses" riders, my renazco seemed to help a lot but far from perfect.

Also one more vote for an external pump solution, along with a question:
Do the rear tanks pressurize when running low on fuel?
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:52 AM   #552
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Straight away showed my wife the answer.



She didnīt understand...

I did
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:06 AM   #553
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Straight away showed my wife the answer.



She didnīt understand...

I did

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Old 05-18-2013, 07:43 AM   #554
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Home for the vveekend and did recieve the filters from Gefr. Thankyou

Installed them and got the bike put together again. There vvere 2 things i vvould like to confirm this time.

1 - A vvell running engine.
2 - My ass liked the smurf.

VVell i did go for a ride, around 100km, and all issues are gone.

1 - Engine is strong and pack a lot of horses, maybe even vvinged ones.
2 - Ass and smurf are novv in an relationship. THey like each other. If any are reluctant of shipping there seat out for BIG dollars. Seriously try to alter the seat your self. The tailbone split or vvhat ever. It is very easy to do.

Sail on.

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Old 05-18-2013, 07:57 AM   #555
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Hey! glad to know all your horses finally showed up... they where there, but waiting for the correct amount of food...
Sail on, mate!
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