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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by modrover, Apr 13, 2004.
Supertrapp offers a shield that directs the exhaust away from the fender.
Well there ya go.
Perfect....I will contact them in the morning.
Update for posterity...
The replacement CDI was also a bust. No spark, nothing. I guess I'll roll with my factory CDI's until the 'Made in Argentina' or German part arrives.
I have not yet decided on the part I am going to order. Any thoughts?
One vote for Zie German! Been running those day n nite for over a year now, come rain or shine, and am truly happy. I think I read from their page in some point that they have a new adjustable model coming up, thou I might be dreaming
I have got the Argentinean one and happy with it. The German one is digital, I believe. Heard a lot of good things about them, over here where I live. It's German, so it cannot be bad.
That brings back some memories, there was one on my bike when i got it in 1990 and i think there was some melting involved. You can remove/add discs to tune the airflow and noise.
Looking for a choke "piston" the little gizmo that slides in the carb o the TA. Any help or suggestions sure would be appreciated . Thanks
There's been a Transalp group getting together for 19 years in New England. The rally almost didn't happen this year, but we're pulling it together. It's mostly a place holder this time but at least three Transalps will show up for lunch at noon at Stafford House of Pizza (19 Main Street, Stafford Springs, CT) this Saturday October 14th. We'd love to see some new faces. We hope to stage a real 2 day rally with dirt road riding in the region next year as has been done for the previous 18 years.
I rode from CA to IA this summer, CT is a bit far for me to go on a short notice.
I got those over here in Belgium. If you lived over here, I would give you them for free ...
The "rally" just came together last week. It wasn't going to happen but we got to talking and we decided we should get together for the sake of making next years "20th Anniversary" continuous. Thanks for considering the trip, though.
Post up some pics of the ones that do show up.
Hey guys! We are alive!
First Irma, then María!
Thanks for those who worried and sent me a message! Its been tough, and will continue to be. Catastrophy is what I call it. Forget what it was like, it will never be the same for the US citizens living in Puerto Rico.
We are ok. I live in an area that received the fury of María, but the destruction isnt like the north and central part of the island. If you want to know what it is like, try staying in an F3 tornado for 15 hours and then watch your home been devastated by floods caused by never ending rain. Then you come out of your house, if it survived, to see a barren landscape ...no trees, no houses, no power, no running water and no cell or phone service. The doppler radar is gone. The NOAA radio is gone. No Internet. All the power distribution system is basically down.
But that happenned a month ago. I'm still here and will be as long as the University of PR provides me with the opportunity. Help has been received, but the amount of work to be done is overwhelming. There are places that rescuers and first responders hasnt been able to reach.
Thanks to those that have donated funds, food, water and other things. A month after María, we desperately need it.
"New" muffler in house, it's a stock Sankei from a Honda CBR(...), but someone did a great job welding and adjusting the muffler to the downpipe, so i had an easy slip-on job! The sound is in the right balance spot between the stock (nearly absent) and V Twin pulsations accompanied by very nice shots in closed throttle (i hope my english serves me well, if not, my appologies!).
Did some research, apparently the Sankey code 2368 led me to this:
,meaning i have the right muffler of a RC 51 Honda (VTR 1000 in Europe).
your exhaust looks a bit like my laser exhaust, albeit a tad nicer...
I have two choke pistons (or enrichment circuit pistons, or whatever they are called.)
Do you still need them?