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post #4571 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-24-2018, 03:15 AM
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I took off my passenger pegs...does that count? Lol
Sure does! Full marks for that. Gives the bike a much cleaner look.

Taken them off my Hondas also:
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Fitted new to me black wheels and attempted to balance the throttle bodies, not sure I made any difference though.

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Fitted new to me black wheels and attempted to balance the throttle bodies, not sure I made any difference though.

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Where did you get the wheels
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Got them off eBay. Found a chap that was selling them complete with almost new tyres. He was upgrading his 910 to carbon fiber wheels. Got the pair for £450, which considering I was finding bare front wheels on their own for that price, too good to pass up!!! Really happy with them. Can't wait to get out on it again!

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Not actually "today" but so far I did not dare to write a quality topic about everything that resulted my conversion 750 -> 910.

In short, you can only imagine how much work hours I spent when My Brutale at one point looked like this ...

It's OK ... 5.000 km and "testing"

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Went to put a new battery in the big bike, and take both of them out for a spin(I am ashamed to say that neither has seen pavement since the Gapalicious trip), and the farking positive terminal hasn’t been threaded out from the factory.

Took the wind right out of my sails and neither bike was pulled out or a ride.
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@Ian SAVS: If that terminal is lead...the screw will thread it just fine.

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Went to put a new battery in the big bike, and take both of them out for a spin(I am ashamed to say that neither has seen pavement since the Gapalicious trip), and the farking positive terminal hasnít been threaded out from the factory.

Took the wind right out of my sails and neither bike was pulled out or a ride.
I just installed a Shorai and it came with nuts and was not threaded
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Changed oil. lubricated the chain. Now I'm ready for the first trip after a long winter.
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@Ian SAVS: If that terminal is lead...the screw will thread it just fine.
twas not, but RevZilla sent me a replacement the same day. I will pop it in this week

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