Ajp pr7

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  1. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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  2. High_Country

    High_Country Been here awhile

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    For those not aware, the bike has a rear subframe hidden beneath the rear tail belly pan. There are two threaded inserts in the subframe extensions on each side. This will make adding luggage tie down points very easy.
    (The OEM rack and many others mount here, but the distributor was out when I got my bike so I had to locate and uncover the holes and drill out the plastic pan myself.)
    Just an fyi and another convenient thought out feature. Getting ready for my Wolfman E-Base.
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  3. High_Country

    High_Country Been here awhile

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    Also, was looking at a bunch of different gearing options. Even whipped up a spreadsheet to play around with ratios (ebrew loves spreadsheets ).
    Guessing there's no room to step up to a 16 tooth front - looking at how close the case saver is to the chain on the stock 15. Anyone know?
    Have purchased a 48 tooth rear to really tighten things up in the woods with the 15 up front. Stock mine came with 42. Also have a 14 tooth front I could use. So, was thinking with one new rear (48) and a couple new fronts (14, 16 plus OEM 15) I could have a bunch of different available ratios.
    42/15 (OEM) = 2.8
    42/14 = 3.0
    48/16 = 3.0
    48/15 = 3.2
    48/14 = 3.43

    Just curious if a 16 will fit.
    (By the way, the front sprocket that will fit is a JTF707. ) IMG_20200824_191425.jpg IMG_20200824_191420.jpg
  4. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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    Still a little wiring to do but fits great 2B8B2D0F-38E9-4E15-BD20-B3418148FCDB.jpeg
  5. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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    Man I don’t think a 16 will fit
    It’s a tight squeeze
  6. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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  7. VTwins4me

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  8. VTwins4me

    VTwins4me Been here awhile

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    For those needing lower gearing options - AFAM sprockets :

    13 T Pt No 37400-13

    14T Pt No 37400-14 (OEM for Aprilia RXV & MXV I believe)
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  9. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    This is a AJP

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  10. VTwins4me

    VTwins4me Been here awhile

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    Graphix options for the PR7 are needed but not these - so boring.
  11. hockeyrick

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    Hey Ebrew, cool lights, are those prices correct? Saw the web site.
  12. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    To simulate relationships you can try this

    https://www.gearingcommander.com/


    With a 48 at the rear he will have much shorter ratios
  13. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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    Yes that’s with VAT as well
    So a bit cheaper but still a few $$$
  14. Brett737cap

    Brett737cap Life is short... leave with no regrets.

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    I had a graphic artist make these up for me using the factory template. The pics on the bike are photoshopped ideas. Final design is the template pic.
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  15. webmonstro

    webmonstro A Aventura Continua....

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  16. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    hi does anyone know the oem air filter ref. part number? thx
  17. Tbucket

    Tbucket Adventurer Supporter

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    Air filter #00MTS01A0193
    $75.00

    Or you can order the twin air Filter and cage that is the same price
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  18. Rotax655

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  19. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    thx
    Tbucet and Rotax 655 for your quick response; I have the Oem now with 10 k km I use prefilter and clean it very often; owners manual says to change it every 10k km; What is your suggestion, to buy the original one or change to twin air? ( btw the one original one looks like new)
  20. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    is the original AJP filter made of paper? I can tell you that twin air makes great products. my TE630 is factory fitted with a Twin Air. it cleans easily and lasts a long time. it might be a good choice