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    If the Pirate's Lair backrest is too short and...

    If the Pirate's Lair backrest is too short and narrow, make up a newer taller one.

    You have the mounting bracket,
    Get some aluminum bar stock or get up with someone who works with metal. Take...
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    PM sent

    PM sent
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    A thought Great thing you are considering. ...

    A thought
    Great thing you are considering.

    Might you want to post this over at ADVrider.com on the Special Ks and K bike riders threads and then post up thread of the project including progress,...
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    Where would I start? I truly hear that you are...

    Where would I start? I truly hear that you are working to honor the household budget and make that stronger without creaking another drain on it. I would settle in and make this a very...
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    Wow Gwen, There is a part of me that wants to...

    Wow Gwen,
    There is a part of me that wants to hold my breath on this. Somehow I sensed the immensity of this task and it washed over me leaving me a bit breathless.

    So many decisions about...
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    Agree 100%

    Agree 100%
  7. Typically in the I 40 commute here are always...

    Typically in the I 40 commute here are always some State Highway Patrol. They usually drive along at 8-12 over. One day during building rush hour one evidently was doing tags. I was a bunch...
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    Yes to the above.. The rear seal will fail at...

    Yes to the above..

    The rear seal will fail at some point. It is labor intensive to fix and you change other things along the way when doing the work. So there is some money involved. I am...
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    Easy things to consider first Where I might...

    Easy things to consider first

    Where I might start is check coolent level under seat.

    Then know

    My 03 KRS idling in traffic or running in a low gear at 3000 rpms will quickly raise the temp...
  10. And he rides rather quickly. I caught up to...

    And he rides rather quickly.

    I caught up to the crew one Sunday morning after about 30 miles of following. I saw them ahead about 3/4 mile just as we cleared a town onto an almost empty...
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    A simple thing I have come to use that is always...

    A simple thing I have come to use that is always easily found and works ever so well for my K RS

    A simple 20oz or so water from nearly any brand. This is what I do at home or on the road

    If...
  12. Thread: Track Day!

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    Well have fun. Also, this is important for...

    Well have fun.

    Also, this is important for your venue. ASK QUESTIONS, ASK FOR HELP on things you are learning. Esp since you have only 1 day. The coaches will watch for obvious things they...
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    Have fun. Make sure you report back! Remember...

    Have fun. Make sure you report back!

    Remember that each time you check air, the psssst you get does lower pressure. Typically 2-4 checks on the front tire will drop a pound. All that said is...
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    RB Mine has done this same behavior for the...

    RB

    Mine has done this same behavior for the last 70,000+ miles. I first noticed the failure in this trait on cold mornings when I would start it and let it idle (20-30F) and then find it had...
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    Sticky: Someone mentioned how visible are we. I was...

    Someone mentioned how visible are we.

    I was amazed at how invisible one was to me and I think I have a relative good eye for catching a bike in traffic.

    How visible are we really on our bike...
  16. Thread: Rev limiter?

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    :thumb Yeah once you get used to that part of the...

    :thumb Yeah once you get used to that part of the tach it happens Mine gets bumped as well. Keep exploring! :clap

    NCS
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    I like the challenge of your question. I am not...

    I like the challenge of your question. I am not sure it has fully be explored here.

    Things I would consider are lower distance traveled, (perhaps not even a tank of gas each day) and then do...
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    "Canyon Dancers" might be a good option.

    "Canyon Dancers" might be a good option.
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    I have seen examples but nothing about the info...

    I have seen examples but nothing about the info you requested

    Red ones made it easier on night vision, you just loose the distinction between the red warning areas of gauges and the white areas. ...
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    I think RaceAce and RaceChono have those.

    I think RaceAce and RaceChono have those.
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    On the BMW I will roll through some stops. ...

    On the BMW I will roll through some stops. Others I may just let the wheels stop and then go while still balanced.. That said... IF I have a very satisfactory look at the situation. If I am not...
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    I have been attending Reg Pridmore's CLASS the...

    I have been attending Reg Pridmore's CLASS the last few years. On the track at VIR are several places to experience heavy braking. One such place is where speed will be 70-80 mph and drops for a...
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    1+ on the gloves. I had forgotten about that. ...

    1+ on the gloves. I had forgotten about that. I did experience this when I used a pair of older gloves that I had rotated out of use. They had a tight spot on them that ended up causing my hand...
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    Not a technical answer here. When having work...

    Not a technical answer here.

    When having work done at the place I use in Durham, yes would check for metal shavings and also check free play at 3-9 oclock and 6-12. Over 100,000 miles that is...
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    Somethings other to explore related to this. ...

    Somethings other to explore related to this.

    I) My 03 K12RS had a drift to the right. I made it worse by putting all my daily things in my right side bag. Thus I was always having to have some...
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