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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by klpegaso, Nov 1, 2006.
Blood Mountain Georgia
Hi, and thank you. -It is now, almost how I want it.
For all I know the handlebars are stock. When i got the bike everything was stock, so I dont think the handlebars was changed either. I dont think the vibrations are that bad and I've ridden daily distances of over 800 km without getting numb hands several times.
Like you I have thought about the handlebar raisers, mostly because it feels uncomfortable when I stand up. I guess my upperbody is to long, or my arms are to short...
You're right, your handlebar is a stock one. It is a little different from the handlebar of the cube version (that has a reinforcing bar welded on it).
A handlebar raiser could be fine for an offroad use. As you, when I stand on my bike, the handlebar seem too low for my arms, even if they're quite long. Setting up some raisers will turn these offroad trips comfortable. I saw that SWmotech are doing some raisers, for a reasonable price (between 40 and 80 euros, if I remember correctly).
Hi Pegaso riders!
Great deal, for those who plan to change the rear shock of their Pegaso:
From AF1 racing, SACHS adjustable rear shock for Pegaso cube (could fit a Ie, I guess), for 93 bucks. I ordered one, mine has never been changed, and has 40000km (about 26000 miles).
Wow, is that real? What a deal... my Pegaso has about 15k miles, unknown use, but looks like it's been mostly street, maybe all street. Still... might have to get one of those adjustable shocks....
Yes, seems to be real, that's crazy! On an aprilia forum, a guy from AF1 told in 2010 those shocks were about 700 bucks. Even if I don't really need it, I ordered one. The fact that it's an adjustable one is great, because at the same moment, the others shocks available for the pegaso cube are bitubo, about 500 euros +... :eek1
Great deal! Thanks. I hope it will fit the E.I. too. -Can someone comfirm?
If it fits I will definitely order one.
If anyone needs dimensions of the above shock let me know.
You already have this shock?? How does it work on the Peg?
It's the second must-do improvement on the Pegaso, right after the voltage regulator.
Pegasos have very "light" rear suspension and they easily bottom-out.
Ease of remote pre-load adjustment is just lovely.
+1 for the Gobi's also Wilbers 641 shocks are good too
Thanks STisma! Mine was send through USPS a few hours ago. I'm waiting for it!
Louiedoggs, is that your bike? looks really good, especially with the gobis! could you show us more pics of your modifications??? I'm quite interested in them...
Here is another pic. So many mods/ upgrades on this bike will have to make a detailed summary.
I'd love to see some more details on your bike. Looks good.
Have any of you found a way to increase the output of the charging system on your Peg? I've got a 2000, I want to run heated clothing and extra lighting but the stock alternator doesn't seem to be capable.
Let me know your experience please.
I was tackling the same subject..... found one source with 300W,
GS Dakar with 400W but wasn't sure of the fitment and it was over $350
Sooo...... I switched to LED's saving 70-80W,
thus having about 100W for accessories.
I've replaced all the bulbs but headlights and low-fuel bulb to LED.
I figured it's less expensive and easier this way, also saving those super thin-a$& wires.
Just an idea.
Meet the "Transappenninica 2012" competition is not racing that takes place in Pistoia in Tuscany every year in the month of June
indispensable for participation is the road book that I homebuilt
cost € 15.50 for the electrical box with transparent cover
6 bolts 6x30
a little petrol pipe
4 pieces of tube diameter 16 mm made ​​from a door wheel scrapped before spending a dumpster: jester:
Time needed ...... 6 hours
here it is
weight and less than 700 grams is fine .....
here you can see the bolts on which rotating rolls
on the bolt is inserted a piece of Rilsan tube to minimize friction during rotation and to prevent wear of the hole on the box
From the opposite side of the cylinders on which is coiled the road book with the elastic essential that on the one hand avoids the unrolling and the other from the right hardness to the rotation
the new rubber tessellated rear Mitas 130/80/17 - 65T mounted for the competition
have you ever wondered how heavy a tire like that?
I tell you
and only a handful of photos
the gazebo at the start
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at the end of the "usual" scree we get together and find a mutual friend riding a KLR650
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carlo comes with a pegasus i.e.
mark with the Vstrom "tessellated"
Her after a good wash is ready for the next one: wink:
I sold my pristine Pegaso Cube a few months ago but I still think about it.
I have a BMW G650XCo but that Pegaso was the damndest single I've ever ridden. Twin carbs and twin exhaust. It would flat get up and run and was so smooth, you'd not know it was a single.
Is the carbed version better then the IE on the old Pegaso?
They're very cheap to buy.