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So they are Al.....so he most likely has 900cc Cylinder.
96mm as per picture...what's that from?
No way Al...Dya Think
Looks to me you have a larger capacity cylinder and piston there...900...or even 1000cc
No worries...unfortunatley with the wet clutch you do not have alot of options....
47 me, mind you according to my wife I need to act my age, whatever that means.....
Hi Pits....the 750 is a wet clutch, so you don't have a lot of options, you will need to drain the oil, open up the right hand
side engine casing...
Thread Hijack sorry in advance...Ah...but you don't need to live with the flip-up sidestand, I never have as I hate it, not because I would not...
Lads, Lads...Pico never said he had a overheating problem.
Pico what temp is your bike running at?
I'm not sure on the frame, but I'm sure someone on here will know.
Is that the same engine as in the TDM?
Don't disagree with you there on build quality, even a R1 build quality IMO is not very good.
You would never be able to abuse a duke engine the way you could a SV...sorry but a good twin.
looks like you have had too much pudding,going by the Avatar.
SV is good Jap twin..bullet proof engine.
A lot of Jap bike owners I know, would love to own a Duke, but are put off by service costs, and the initial purchase price...without exception...
Pico...I have a ST4s and mine runs around 87-92 degrees, on a hot day sitting in traffic it goes up to 105 degrees before the fan cuts in...not...
Desa, the early carby supersport is a great overall package 1992-1997 I think, handling is fantastic, go with a 900cc the 750cc and below just...