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Ajp pr7

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

  1. morrungulo

    morrungulo Adventurer

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    There are several videos on YouTube on how to fix this. It seems to be a tablet issue.
    Search Google for the error message.
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  2. Brett737cap

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

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    I had that happen to mine too when I tried to restore my tablet to factory settings and reinstall everything. Apparently you have to "unlock" the tablet, which involves a bunch of techie gobbledy-gook (technical term) that I did not want to mess with. Its a $100 tablet from 2016, even in the new ones. I trashbinned mine and installed a good GPS unit in its place.
  3. rvsparky

    rvsparky Been here awhile Supporter

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    That is what happed here. The tablet is in the drawer and the Zumo is mounted.
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  4. supermono

    supermono Adventurer

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    Good morning people.

    Hope you are doing well.

    Bike is now run in and first service carried out. I get to hear that lovely induction noise now

    Are the cross over parts on page 135 for the current model please 2020 ?

    I also need to get my bars up higher with risers or change the bars.
    I'm just not comfortable standing up .
    What have you fitted please.
    I don't want to go changing cables n hoses though.

    Many thanks.

    Keep safe
  5. rvsparky

    rvsparky Been here awhile Supporter

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    I put Rox 2” risers on mine. Had to lengthen the clutch cable though
  6. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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    BRP racing has risers
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  7. Johnny Dough

    Johnny Dough n00b

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    Hi,
    I'm wondering if the PR7 can fit in my storage place, as the wind-shield looks bigger then standard.
    Any owner can help with the length from ground to the top end of wind-shield ?
    Many thanks for your help !
  8. ebrew

    ebrew Motorcycle A.D.D.

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    About 58”
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  9. Johnny Dough

    Johnny Dough n00b

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    Wow, that was a fast answer !
    Thanks !
  10. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    Adjustments.jpg
    From the manual. 1530/60.25”
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  11. Johnny Dough

    Johnny Dough n00b

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    Thanks !
  12. jaquesdp

    jaquesdp Adventurer

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    At What service should one service the 2x oil strainers?
  13. supermono

    supermono Adventurer

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  14. supermono

    supermono Adventurer

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    Every service I would think.

    My dealer only thinks there's one.
  15. Anders-

    Anders- 690R

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    The righthand side one is hiding behind the exhaust header, not the best place for easy access.
  16. supermono

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    There's a guy called Rogier on you tube.
    I think he shows how to get it out.
    Maybe have a look.
    I believe they are quite fragile.
    Good luck
  17. LoRZo

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    After almost 30000km the right mesh filter is always clean (removed three times).

    The left one is easer to remove and often some deposit are inside.
  18. hockeyrick

    hockeyrick Hockeyrick

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    Are they the same size and all?
  19. LoRZo

    LoRZo Adventurer

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    Left and right are definitely not the same.
  20. Brett737cap

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

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    This is a helpful video. I did mine that same way and it worked well. Much easier than unbolting the whole exhaust. Mine was totally clean when I removed it at 3000 miles. BTW, some guys have said they are a bit brittle and fragile. I ordered a spare to keep around the garage in case I ever damage mine.