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There is an R65 with an R80 motor installed offered in Flea Market
I have used the slime in the aerosol form, both front and rear, with tubes. The front had a continuous slow leak; the case of the rear was much more severe. I neither of these cases could I see what...
The twin shock bikes, at least the Brembo equipped ones, had 18" front wheels, not 19.
The Brembo bikes also came with sliders which would accept two calipers, but the second caliper...
Interesting points about judges and such. Going back to basics, the original Olympics, they stopped all their wars, so everyone could compete. And every competition winner was based on an objective...
Yes, but that sort of nonsense started in a nice office with a nice CAD system where someone wanted to be too clever; or in a boardroom, over continental breakfast, with cost cutting gnomes whose...
My R65 was horrid on rain grooves with the Metzelers. I switched to Avons, and they worked much better.
Cheaper FD failures, if any.
What a miserable ride for your right foot!
IIRC, the twin shock R65 frame will accept an r80 r100 engine. The cylinders stick out more, so you lose a bit of cornering clearance. The exhausts are different, so you might need a bit of...
That is certainly true around here. Doctors were handing out pain pills like candy for anything and everything - which stuff is really just synthetic opiates. When the kids used up the supply stolen...
Higher elevations tend to have runoff which freezes overnite, and refreezes before sun goes all the way down. Dark north facing corners may stay icy all day. You definitely need plans b and c.
What grade oil are you running? My Airheads start at 10F with 10W40 dino oil. Zero and below around here so far has also meant black ice so I do not know how low they will start with this oil.