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Öhlins TTx22 front fork kit 5 2.46%
Öhlins TTx44 Mk-II rear shock 11 5.42%
Both of the above 58 28.57%
I'll stick with my WP stuff and spend the money on beer 129 63.55%
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Old 04-07-2014, 07:21 AM   #181
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Hi Ken,

This is my Oil tank / cooler, skid plate combo. It ties into the upper motor mounts and the rear of the frame.

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Old 04-07-2014, 07:50 AM   #182
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Not wanting to hijack this thread.. but what tank is it that you guys are using? And how many liters?

Never mind, got it. Nice work!!

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Old 04-07-2014, 08:05 AM   #183
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Not a problem StevenD, as the tank is also something I put together a while back.

You can read all about the build here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=820139


And see the details here: http://www.powercellperformance.com/


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Old 05-13-2014, 10:02 PM   #184
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40+hrs saddle time on 277adv kit

So far, so good...
Wanted something more gnarly than a standard 265"S" kit for my 11'R w/245.
I've ridden this bike to its potential with stock suspension, & very well know its flaws in all conditions for many many miles. I thoroughly enjoy the challenge of single track & obstacles on the "beast" over a thumper.
supermoto 277adv
smooth as silk @ 120mph, no stabilizer w/17s

Beast "dirt" mode
Recently completed a 800mi trip around lake Mi on dirt, fully loaded (550lbs) riding a lot of sandy two track, the beast prefers 3rd gear to float the sand. Bike felt awesome!

running a CJD adjustable sidestand, let Craig know you got the 277kit for the extra 1/2in.

AJ

edit; i'm 5'10.5" and can rock it! the low cut seat is nice, would prefer the "R" seat for maneuverability
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Old 05-13-2014, 11:05 PM   #185
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So far, so good...

Great to hear the kit has matched your expectations! We've shipped quite a few of these kits now and everyone seems to be happy with their investment. Makes it all worth while for me...


BTW - we're all done with developing the 1190R kit...







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Old 05-14-2014, 04:12 AM   #186
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Spring rate and compression dampening too soft on both ends

I would like a shock for the new 1190 R that would allow the bike to work to its full potential. When riding over any deep whoop sections the rear wheel spends mor time not making contact with the ground. We won't even talk about the bottoming out from the rear suspension and front forks. Compression dampening and spring rate on both are too soft.
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Old 05-14-2014, 11:51 AM   #187
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I would like a shock for the new 1190 R that would allow the bike to work to its full potential. When riding over any deep whoop sections the rear wheel spends mor time not making contact with the ground. We won't even talk about the bottoming out from the rear suspension and front forks. Compression dampening and spring rate on both are too soft.
Sadly the rear shock on the new Adventure 1190R is very similar internally to the original Super Enduro shock. It wasn't up to task for the Super Enduro and will fall far short on the 1190R. Fortunately I have a solution already to go for this problem...




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