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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by damasovi, Jan 17, 2007.
Perce on Gaspe
My 04. Now featuring new and improved black fairings!
Breaking in the stealth beast today. Stopped at the hardware for a couple tubes of blue loctite on the way home.
Bayfield, Wisc last year.
Awsome picture !!!!!!!
Lucky shot, cheap camera
KLR cruisin' Hawaiian style
Michigan's Upper Peninsula couple years and 25,000 miles ago... the beaches and lighthouses truly a gift.
Temp sensor is in the cylinder head, near the spark plug. The fan switch is in the bottom of the radiator.
Headlight fairing is now black.
Gotta get that rear fender painted then gotta get some better pics
Road to the Sea, Ocean View, Hawai'i
First off, nice bike! Great photo, too.
WTF? Do you guys wash your bikes and then lower them in by helicopter for the photos? I spend two hours with soap, microfibre cloths, those fuzzy washing mitt things, various little soft-bristled brushes, polish, wax, and the finest chamois I can buy for six bucks, and in the 30 seconds it takes me to push the bike back into the garage it already looks like I've kicked it over, hooked a chain to it, and dragged it down some dirt trail for half a mile...
What's the secret? Armor-All dip? A light spray of floor wax?
But yeah - nice bike. I like it.
Nice pic! Here's a shot of Perce Rock from the motel in Perce that we stayed at in late August, 2012:
Sunset a day later from the top of Mont Miller ski area in Murdochville, Gaspe:
And in between Perce and Murdochville, a nice pic of the Riviere-Saint Jean:
There's a few tricks you can do. One is just to wipe off the plastic with a microfiber cloth real quick to wipe away the dust. The next is to de-focus the camera just ever so slightly so that all of the imperfections disappear.
Photo effects can solve that issue too.
Thanks, I'll have to check into that, just seems like I'm not getting accurate readings, may have to go to another method (secondary gauge). Who knows, I may have screwed something up during the last valve check.
The bike is looking sharp- I was wondering what brand and where did you purchased the windshield extension?