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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Blakduk, Feb 25, 2015.
What a great idea, why didn't i think of that. The O'rings last all of a few weeks.
Oh, BTW, got the Domino package from Gary at G2, installed the gray cam he supplied to start with(same setup he sent to DBM for testing), I have the 51 map from AJP, really improved the throttle response and didn't seem to change performance. Going for a longer ride tomorrow to check out more but happy I didn't go the other map route even though it might be overall better, anyway, another cheap guys' way of solving a problem(I think!).
Guys-update! Rode around town here in Huatulco, then took her out for about a 50K ride, some on the main road hi-speed and some on rutty stuff, and just with the gray pully it really ironed out all the previous problems with no noticeable difference in power delivery. Not an expert but thought this is what the 51 map will do, and I know the Thork map is probably a great map if you race or things but money well saved. I recommend that setup if anyone is/was having probs with the jerky throttle response-at least from my perspective!
So what I understood is Map51 is improving(or fixing) jerky throttle response only, am I correct? Which is nice. And what is "torque map"? How many maps is available and how to get/install them??
The 51 map is the most recent upgrade from the factory(and for me did not sort out the jerkiness of the throttle response), and sorry I meant the Thork map, which I hear is very good but I only have 1 ECU and the money and time involved- I just had the jerky throttle response as my main problem, now much smoother.
I just saw that they went from stainless steel exhaust pipe to lower class steel (&painted black which will be scratched easily as per my experiences) for 2020 model. I can't blame them, probably it was to save some cost to not increase the price with some new updates etc. But previous pipe was looking really beautiful.
Nice and objective review btw.
MYK are doing a great job at a realistic price. They are even making their own reflectors and lenses. They are making KTM/Husaberg lamps to fit their masks.
Eyeing off the PR7, I generally do a lot of K's.
I put 25,000km on my current bike in about 14 months.
Just wonder how many K's you've all got on your PR7's in how long. Any concerns, Issues? warrantied or not warrantied?
I've done something about 42000km in 7 months last year. All the issues I've had I caused myself. Nothing major though. Things like broken side stand, leaked fork, dented rim and broken spokes. Bike's been awesome. There is a guy Bart who have done RTW and more than 90000km with the bike all right. Don't want to speak for him though. Bike is solid if you keep the maintenance regular
Not quite so many, only 300 miles in two weeks so far! (had to wait for registration paperwork!)
Looking forward to the MYK developments.
A good replacement for my (8 year owned) 640 Adventure, in a lighter, more modern package.
Any news on the MYK lights - or did the idea of making an PR7 combo die before it started?
I emailed and never heard anything back.
In Australia, do we have access to the current model PR7?
The crack pipe; put it down.
Rumours of a 2021 though
In other News Suzuki to Ruin the PR7......
Just making noises out loud... but iff Suzuki were to update the DR 650 engine configuration to a newer, lighter, watercooled six speed version... it'd probably make a good powerplant for the PR7 platform... other than that - leave the AJP design as it is.
All things being said though... the existing "re-manufactured" Husky donks have been doing a good job as the PR7 motor.
It's the wrong time of year for April... isn't it?
Get stuffed Troy, the motor is the best thing in a pr7
BMW Just Unveiled a Maintenance-Free Chain and It’s Not April 1st
how many KM you got up now, or is it best judt measured in metres