Ajp pr7

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Tiago, Sep 30, 2014.

  1. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    it is not paper but similar to K&n Filter type see linked picture; in fact I thought that as a K&n would last almost forever but according to owners manual you have to change it every 6k km I use the same kit as K&n to clean mine

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  2. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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    Just picked up the twin air set up with an extra filter to pack on multi day trips
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  3. High_Country

    High_Country Been here awhile

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    Just finished the 48 tooth rear sprocket and chain swap (needed a longer chain).
    With the 15/48 setup, at 60mph it's about 5,000rom and at 70mph it's about 5,900rpm.
    It definitely feels more spunky at lower speeds and I think will be MUCH better for trail riding.
    For what I do, I rarely need to spend much time above 65mph. 30-40 miles or so of slab between mountain towns is about the fastest and longest sections of road I'll do. IMG_20200826_205315.jpg
  4. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    Consume: for those of you interested in AJP consume / autonomy Ichecked today when I refilled; km have been most of them offroad not hard, not slow, avge consume was 4.5 liters / 100 km therefore total autonomy considering 17 liters tank = 377 km
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  5. NoelJ

    NoelJ Long timer

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    *52 mpg in freedom units.
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  6. hockeyrick

    hockeyrick Hockeyrick

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    whats a freedom unit?
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  7. Tbucket

    Tbucket Adventurer Supporter

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    50 to 55 mpg all the time
  8. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    Man... normal riding to/from trails, trails, and ajp ecu was 45-50 mpg. Thork V2 ecu and 80 mph mountain passes to trails... 30-35 my last two trips.
  9. High_Country

    High_Country Been here awhile

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    I too have been getting 50-55. Anxious to see how much if any the re-gearing changed it.
  10. LoRZo

    LoRZo Adventurer

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    Hello guys,

    I bought my PR7 in 2019 december and now it have 26000km on clock!
    This summer I made an european trip, in on and off road.
    France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Danmark, Sweden, Norway, and now I'm going to Spain an Portugal.

    I really enjoy that bike!!

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  11. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    congrats enjoy your trip in Spain and Portugal
  12. 2 SPOT

    2 SPOT bring the rape whistle

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    its the same as a Karen kernel.
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  13. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    @ LoRZo. Any chance you could post up any issues and service history of the bike to give us an idea on reliability?
    Are you reporting on your adventure anywhere?
  14. Brett737cap

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

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    Look for Longridezone on YouTube, IG, and FB. He also has a site at longridezone.com. Its all in French but there is google translate. He has posted on the mechanical issues he has had.
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  15. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    did any of you understand what kind of problem did you have in norway? low battery but due to the alternator or the voltage regulator?
  16. LoRZo

    LoRZo Adventurer

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    The problem was the stator, battery is still the original.
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  17. appleseed

    appleseed Been here awhile

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    Thanks ( :boid ) I didnt know what a "Karen Kernel" was and have just emerged hours later from a youtube hole of Karen videos :kboom
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  18. rvsparky

    rvsparky Been here awhile Supporter

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    What’s up with this and how do I fix it ??
    I just took delivery of my new bike and was setting up Google maps and WiFi connections. When I went to start up the bike I got this Pleas advise. 12156925-3FBA-45F3-98AD-742243611B29.jpeg
  19. NoelJ

    NoelJ Long timer

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    Google that exact statement shown on the screen.
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  20. saltyD

    saltyD Been here awhile

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    trying to look up porn ?