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Old 11-10-2011, 04:06 PM   #2056
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Someone claiming to be Wasp makes a few posts over in the Church of S10. No answer from a PM either.

Maybe he bought a BMW?

Hope he's OK.
+1! I bet he is or else we would have heard from one of his ridding partners. Still it would be good to hear from him.
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Old 11-11-2011, 09:46 AM   #2057
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Someone claiming to be Wasp makes a few posts over in the Church of S10. No answer from a PM either.

Maybe he bought a BMW?

Hope he's OK.
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+1! I bet he is or else we would have heard from one of his ridding partners. Still it would be good to hear from him.
Hi guys..
I'm fine,
although a little surprised by the concern for my welfare I didnt think I had been M.I.A for THAT long???
I had a telephone call from Graham today (good on ya mate) who pointed out that folks were about to start calling all the hospitals and police departments to notify them of my disappearance.

Things have been REALLY busy around the home/office of late, then throw in the normal family crap that everyone goes through and it just adds up to time and resources being focused elsewhere.
Problem is that I havent even had time to throw a leg over the bike lately.

I am actually working on a new and exciting motorcycle related (read "complete motorcycle" related) product that I will bring all up to date on as prudent business practice allows.

Stay upright.

Greg.

PS Graham - I am not buying a BMW ------ The Tenere stays.
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Old 11-12-2011, 02:20 PM   #2058
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Old 11-15-2011, 02:10 PM   #2059
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Hi
Changing tyres for the first time,has anyone done a post on rear wheel removal on the S10,would like to see some
detailed instructions if available.

Thanks Kerry
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Old 11-15-2011, 03:52 PM   #2060
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Old 11-15-2011, 11:38 PM   #2061
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Call me Kerry.
If you insist. I got so used to calling you Greg it may take a while though.
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Old 11-16-2011, 03:35 PM   #2062
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Hi
Changing tyres for the first time,has anyone done a post on rear wheel removal on the S10,would like to see some
detailed instructions if available.

Thanks Kerry
Extract from workshop destructions
Support bike on center stand (if it falls over then you may cry, so check its steady)
remove abs sensor (rhs -disconnect from wheel hub and undo cable clamps -move out of the way)
remove axle nut (lhs 25mm socket?)
remove brake torque arm (from brake caliper -swing up out of the way)
(this step isnt in the manual- remove brake caliper and brake pads move caliper out of the way- no need to undo brake hose)
remove axle (from rhs -undo rhs axle clamp hex head to release axle - drift/twist out)
remove caliper carrier and washer.
next step is a tip, slide wheel to right and withdraw, however make sure the cush drive (on lhs) stays in the wheel else their wont be enough space to get wheel out.
refitting is a reversal of removal !

Tricks when refitting are
Turn splined cush drive to get wheel to slot into drive hub.
Ensure abs sensor plate (rhs of wheel) alligns with brake caliper carrier slot so that the sensor plate is not able to turn relative to the brake carrier, test this in both directions, movement of more than a mm or so (ie plate can rotate) means its not correctly alligned and will damage sensor cable once fitted. .
torque settings are
axle nut 125 Nm (90ft lb)
axle clamp hex 25 Nm (18ft lb)
torque arm 30Nm (22 ft lb)
abs sensor 7 Nm (5.1 ft lb)
Reat Brake caliper bolts 27 Nm (20 ft lbs).
its also advisable to make sure drive splines are greased (mine already were)
Ps dont think I missed anything and just done this myself on friday, but if it all goes horribly wrong dont blame me.
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Old 11-16-2011, 03:39 PM   #2063
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PS Graham - I am not buying a BMW ( but I'd love to ) ------ The Tenere stays.





fixed it for ya Wasp
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Old 11-18-2011, 12:58 PM   #2064
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Extract from workshop destructions
Support bike on center stand (if it falls over then you may cry, so check its steady)
remove abs sensor (rhs -disconnect from wheel hub and undo cable clamps -move out of the way)
remove axle nut (lhs 25mm socket?)
remove brake torque arm (from brake caliper -swing up out of the way)
(this step isnt in the manual- remove brake caliper and brake pads move caliper out of the way- no need to undo brake hose)
remove axle (from rhs -undo rhs axle clamp hex head to release axle - drift/twist out)
remove caliper carrier and washer.
next step is a tip, slide wheel to right and withdraw, however make sure the cush drive (on lhs) stays in the wheel else their wont be enough space to get wheel out.
refitting is a reversal of removal !

Tricks when refitting are
Turn splined cush drive to get wheel to slot into drive hub.
Ensure abs sensor plate (rhs of wheel) alligns with brake caliper carrier slot so that the sensor plate is not able to turn relative to the brake carrier, test this in both directions, movement of more than a mm or so (ie plate can rotate) means its not correctly alligned and will damage sensor cable once fitted. .
torque settings are
axle nut 125 Nm (90ft lb)
axle clamp hex 25 Nm (18ft lb)
torque arm 30Nm (22 ft lb)
abs sensor 7 Nm (5.1 ft lb)
Reat Brake caliper bolts 27 Nm (20 ft lbs).
its also advisable to make sure drive splines are greased (mine already were)
Ps dont think I missed anything and just done this myself on friday, but if it all goes horribly wrong dont blame me.
Hi Iainmac
Thanks for that info,its a lot different to the GS1200 I had.

Cheers Kerry
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Old 11-19-2011, 03:28 AM   #2065
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No worries Kerry, just thought I'd stress the keeping cush drive in the wheel when removing, best way once axle and brake claiper bracket is removed is to probably lever gently between rhs swingarm and cush hub. Mine didnt go that well as i followed manual (slide wheel to right ) and the cush drive separated :/
. PS the wheel self supports when attached to the drive hub but not sure its good for bearings to leave it there long unsupported by an axle.
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Old 11-28-2011, 05:49 PM   #2066
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Decals??

Greg. I'm still working my way through this entire thread (lots of good information and places to send money ). Speaking of which, I wanted to get some of the decals for the new Tenere (picking it up later this week) but can't seem to locate them as stated back on p. 100.

"P.S - Decals can be got on line at the Motorradgarage.com.au website - Specifically: http://www.motorradgarage.com.au/cat...sort=2a&page=2

Greg."

Where can they be got now?

Thanks. Putting together an order for some of your trinkets as soon as I finish reading...

Pete
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Old 11-28-2011, 06:58 PM   #2067
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Greg. I'm still working my way through this entire thread (lots of good information and places to send money ). Speaking of which, I wanted to get some of the decals for the new Tenere (picking it up later this week) but can't seem to locate them as stated back on p. 100.

"P.S - Decals can be got on line at the Motorradgarage.com.au website - Specifically: http://www.motorradgarage.com.au/cat...sort=2a&page=2

Greg."

Where can they be got now?

Thanks. Putting together an order for some of your trinkets as soon as I finish reading...

Pete
I have them in stock and ship them direct from here Pete.
Send me an email to greg@waspworks.com and I can organize it..

Less reading - More riding..

Greg.
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Old 12-06-2011, 07:20 AM   #2068
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Anyone interested in an unopened set of Wasp's red tank decals...decided not to go with them. PM Me .

That OK to post Wasp? If not I'll nuke
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Old 12-19-2011, 08:21 PM   #2069
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hello !!

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Old 12-20-2011, 03:02 AM   #2070
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Anyone interested in an unopened set of Wasp's red tank decals...decided not to go with them. PM Me .

That OK to post Wasp? If not I'll nuke
Sorry MoBill - I've been so busy with other projects at the moment that I did not see this post.
Of course there is no problem in posting that here.
Let me know if and when you move them as I can send the next (US based) red kit inquiry through directly to you...

Greg.
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