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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 01-19-2007, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow How the new hugger and damper look...

Here's what I've spent the last couple of hours doing. All that's left now is to have the PC-III fitted, which I'll leave for the experts.

BTW - I hadn't yet washed the bike when I took these!

After the old chain guard was removed:














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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 01-19-2007, 11:00 PM
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Very nice John, keeping up with the Jones's eh.. So whats next, you have the bug now.
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Very nice John, keeping up with the Jones's eh.. So whats next, you have the bug now.
I don't think ANYONE will keep up with you. eMoto must be thinking of starting an Oz outlet just to service your needs!

I don't know what's next - although the seats will be high up on the list. Any recommendations?

BTW - how was the ride today? Are you going to post a ride report?
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Sventekoz,

I share your joy and excitement with all this MV stuff... seriously! Apart from your hugger being a little light/lite in the sneakers.... KIDDING!!

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I don't think ANYONE will keep up with you. eMoto must be thinking of starting an Oz outlet just to service your needs!

I don't know what's next - although the seats will be high up on the list. Any recommendations?

BTW - how was the ride today? Are you going to post a ride report?

I am actually thinking of moving over to the UK and living with Geoff and the boys. As far as the seats go, I will let you know what the Gladio seats are like when they arrive and I have had a go on them. Geoff did tell me they are making a gel seat but I like the Gladio seats. I have ordered the pillion seat fpr Roberta as well.

The ride today was great I forgot to take the camera though so thats about my report. It's only 44 degrees here at the moment so I am glad I went this morning.
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The hugger looks great. I ordered the "new style" like the on the F4's that does not include a chain guard and is slightly longer than yours. Quite honestly I like yours better, good choice.


44 degrees! That is toasty. Is that a sweaty high humidity Orlando, Florida 44 celsius or a nice dry 44 like the desert southwest USA?
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Sventekoz - come to Adelaide and we'll get rid of those rear chicken strips of yours
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Sventekoz - come to Adelaide and we'll get rid of those rear chicken strips of yours
I know! I know! I was going to photoshop them out!

They'll be gone soon!
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post #9 of 30 (permalink) Old 01-20-2007, 10:51 AM
Very good job,the rear hugger looks good,Do you try the steering damper?It works?I need one,I'm deciding between the Matris and the rotative Ohlins.
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The hugger looks great. I ordered the "new style" like the on the F4's that does not include a chain guard and is slightly longer than yours. Quite honestly I like yours better, good choice.


44 degrees! That is toasty. Is that a sweaty high humidity Orlando, Florida 44 celsius or a nice dry 44 like the desert southwest USA?
Unfortunatley 44 degrees celsius and it goes as high as 48 and stays there.
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