What Did Your Evil Twin Do Today?!?

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Motorfiets, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. ebrabaek

    ebrabaek Long timer

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    You need to add a horn......or two..... or ten....:D:D
  2. Angryrican

    Angryrican know nothing all

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    Can we get more details? Been thinking about this to bring my kids along:D
  3. Hen4cyl

    Hen4cyl Adventurer

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    Well the hack is a full flexi from 1925. It has a brake and a crap load of horns, what could go wrong? Definitely good for transporting young ones.
  4. Loutre

    Loutre Cosmopolitan Adv

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    It sure does look amazing! hats up
  5. Moto Mikey

    Moto Mikey Been here awhile

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  6. toowheels

    toowheels on a mission...

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    I'd love to hear your thought on the GPR stabilizer when you get some time on it!

    Thanks!

    Dave
  7. moe.ron

    moe.ron Pig. Can. Fly.

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  8. Moto Mikey

    Moto Mikey Been here awhile

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    I posted this on my blog:

    "The GPR Stabilizer was also pretty straight forward to install. I unfortunately had to uninstall my Rox Risers since they wouldnÂ’t work with GPR lower bar mount

    I like the fact that on setting #1 there is practically zero dampening. I have read that a few aftermarket dampers always have some dampening even on the lowest setting. On setting #8, it provides a moderate amount of dampening.. though I do wish it was a bit more. I will probably ride with it on #5-6 most of the time. In addition to it being easy to use and working as intended, it looks great!"
  9. longwayaround

    longwayaround Female Adventurer

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    Not exactly today, (as it is snowing and freezing) but near the end of October. Back from a beer run and tested out the KLR influenced tackle box panniers. success. i know i know coors :puke1 but it was on sale...and up here in canada a sale on beer means a pilgramage and a bulk purchase. $35-$40 for 24 coors. i will never get used to our liquor prices...:cry
  10. Casejeep

    Casejeep Been here awhile

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    Finished my install of my new adjustable forks and new springs today. no pictures as of yet ( snowing today) ill get some pictures and a review asap.
  11. Reaver

    Reaver Outta Here

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    Yeah yeah yeah.

    To be continued.......

    Now I gotta wait for next weeks episode! :cry
  12. Loutre

    Loutre Cosmopolitan Adv

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    Well tried to install my TT LED foglights today... these new instructions are rubbish, the screws were to big for the holes and I ended up loosing 2cm of my main beam cable... Well it was a good day :lol3

    If I get it right during the week I'll update my post :lol3
  13. ixab

    ixab just Aaron, really

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    Minor cross post, but I figure this thread will enjoy Thursday's "adventure".

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  14. biodieselandon

    biodieselandon Been here awhile

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    Wow looks like that house smashed right into your F800GS! Hope everything is ok.
  15. ixab

    ixab just Aaron, really

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    Today we're painting the windscreen:

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    Last weekend we got new tires:

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    Two weeks ago we went for a boat ride:

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    In two weeks we're leaving WA for Death Valley. More photos then for sure!
  16. JRWooden

    JRWooden Long timer

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    somebody has some 'splain'n to do.............. :wink:
  17. BELSTAFF

    BELSTAFF ADV NOMAD

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    I just loves me that "red neck " tire machine-----Hey, any port in a storm, Right?
  18. ixab

    ixab just Aaron, really

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    Slight over-enthusiasm trying to get over the transition into my driveway, and it got just enough away from me that, well, let's just say I don't need a garage door opener anymore.

    If there's one thing in life I've learned it's that it's nice to have a big lever. :lol3
  19. BELSTAFF

    BELSTAFF ADV NOMAD

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    Big lever action, real s-l-o-w trigger, ever mothers fear, ever hi school girls dream :rofl

    Once upon a time in a life long,long ago :lol3 , now only in melancholy memories.
  20. JRWooden

    JRWooden Long timer

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    Glad you survived ... albeit with a slightly reduced level of enthusiasm!