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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Motorfiets, Nov 14, 2012.
I hate to ask what you did with the used oil.
My F8GS took me somewhere new today!
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I am out front of a scooter shop where I bought the oil. Alexi loaned me that big glass juice jar that I filled up. He then carried the jar over to his trash pit and dropped it in. He also kept the used filter and Im sure he will clean it up as a spare for sale when another crazy American rides past his shop on an F800.
The litter across Russia is staggering. It is everywhere in huge amounts. The only thing worse are the public pit toilets that are often full to overflowing. So people will just shit on the floor instead
Well, the crude oil that became the engine oil came out of the soil. I am pretty sure it can go back in when dirty
Hauler for camping gear.
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very very very jealous!!!!
This is 2 days late but it was a great ride:
Just finished putting some new tire on the bike. A set of stock tires from an inmate. Hoping the Mitas make it here soon so I can get a set of them to try!
I had them reinstalled in Poland for the paved section of my ride.
The Scouts I used were fantastic and will be me tire of choice when I get back home. 7200 miles and the rear was 1/16" from the wear bar. The front had loads of miles left but had picked up a bad head shake.
At Bialystok BMW, They even washed my bike!
New sprockets, chain, Sargent seat, Cyclops Long Range w/amber covers, Denali 2 fuse block (lost at least 1 mile of wire, new GPS Mount from Touratech, a Giant Loop tank bag, and I washed her. All I have left to do is ride
Now that's some impressive riding gear
Got any techniques you'd like share on hopping on and off the tracks?
90 deg. angle, and lots of throttle.....
In Death Valley
still deciding how to run the trigger wire
next stop plasti dip windshield and pdm60 install
Look for spots where there is alot of dirt/sand next to the tracks.
A piece of wood pushed into a switch point can be used as a ramp. (remove it after you are done) Pile of rocks also works.(remove them as well).
If you need lift your bike over the rails lift by holding the wheel so the suspension does not work against you. Lifting the wheel while turning it by hand works really well.
There were 2 of us so one person could control the bike while the other lifted a wheel.
My evil twin threw a tizzy, made me order up a Leo Vince can.