Ajp pr7

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

  1. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    Video in Spanish of my review of AJP PR7 after 4 years of use . Sorry for the bad quality of the image and background noise
  2. Apo

    Apo Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the review from the other side of the Pyrenees ;)
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  3. VTwins4me

    VTwins4me Been here awhile

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    Interesting that you say that. I thought the front was a little vague and the bike slow to turn. After fitting a rear spring to match my riding weight, it seems a lot better.
    (I'm a MHB customer too btw)
  4. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    Just in case this helps you, I was having some cold start problems; On Friday I installed the new battery model and now it starts perfectly
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  5. sanvara

    sanvara Been here awhile

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    btw new battery is bigger than the old one therefore it requires a new support which I also bought to my AJP dealer. this new support is quite cheap
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  6. VTwins4me

    VTwins4me Been here awhile

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    My bike had that battery from new. Observations after 18months ownership are that on cold mornings (zero C +/-2) the Lithium battery needs waking up, so now I switch on and leave it for 30 seconds(lights are on) before attempting to start. It then starts quickly, first or second push.
    In UK summer temps (10 - 20c) starts from cold immediately.
  7. ere109

    ere109 Ride On!

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    This battery discussion is timely. I went out in the garage today and spent ten minutes, with a Battery Tender, getting that Lithium battery to speed up and fire the bike. I started looking into the possibility of a kickstart, but saw several "impossible" posts - then this battery conversation was here. I do have a few questions that I could use some answers on:
    Has anyone else noticed any coolant weeping from the lower radiator manifold? My bike's been losing a bit of coolant, and I see some pink residue there - just wondering if I should tighten the adapter or the hose clamp.
    Next question: do the US models come with the turn signal pigtails, and are people widening the stock mounting holes or using an adapter of some kind? I'd love to see some pictures before I start drilling holes.
    I'm currently researching relay fuse blocks so I can wire the heated grips and USB charger to turn off with the bike.
    Finally, is the original poster still working on this thread - is there a list compiled somewhere of specs, fluid types, filter numbers, etc? I'm sure it's somewhere in this 162 page thread, but I haven't gone through it start to finish.
  8. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    Here is my cheat sheet https://docs.google.com/file/d/1TsL...pw8z8f/edit?usp=docslist_api&filetype=msexcel
  9. ere109

    ere109 Ride On!

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  10. Huffduff

    Huffduff Been here awhile

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    Winter time is farkle time and the PR7 is in dire need of a headlight improvement.
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    33 Watt LED lights (seperate high and low beam) expertly crafted by LSK with aluminium holder plates botched and hacksawed by myself.

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    Electrical connection and paint ist still missing. But please note the fancy cutouts for individual angle adjustment:D

    DSC_0336.JPG But it fits nicely (my apologies for the dirty windscreen).

    The LEDs are smaller than the original lights, not sure how I will deal with the gap...
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  11. Tenerrod

    Tenerrod Make it shiny

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    A dohnut of black, closed cell, high density foam slipped around each light would be a cheap fix to fill the gap.
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  12. Tiago Ribeiro

    Tiago Ribeiro Adventurer

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    After giving a run with the prototypes and giving my feedback back to "Adventure Man Cave", I finally got the production versions
    All 5mm aluminium coated matt black, the headlights seem to be some sort of Squadron Pro knock-offs. I never seen the original ones so I can't compare, but these ones do a much better job than the stock lights for sure, are lighter and smaller so I get some room behind the fairing to strap my waterproof jacket on one side and trousers on the other.

    I believe it's going for about 160 euros for the lighting kit and 80 for the rack ...better check with them
    https://www.facebook.com/Adventure-Men-Cave-107979747762019/?ref=page_internal

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  13. Huffduff

    Huffduff Been here awhile

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    Good idea, I'll think about it.
  14. NicKel78

    NicKel78 Been here awhile

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    Same question. What all needs to be added for road legal? Wiring and switch gear all in place?
  15. saltyD

    saltyD Been here awhile

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  16. ERU

    ERU Been here awhile

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    Hello there.
    Do you have a link from a shop that sale those lights. I think they are identical with the lights from Rade Garage fairings.
  17. ERU

    ERU Been here awhile

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    Does that Adventure Man Cave have website outside of fb (that I don't have an account for)?
  18. Tiago Ribeiro

    Tiago Ribeiro Adventurer

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    Sent you a message with the owner's direct contact.
  19. NicKel78

    NicKel78 Been here awhile

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    No. The bike is sold road legal everywhere else so I would expect a full diagram. But since it’s sold here as offroad only and I have seen Where people are having to add blinkers, then obviously the bike is not as the diagram shows so it’s still the question of what is and isn’t installed.
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  20. Huffduff

    Huffduff Been here awhile

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    Here: https://www.lskelectronics.com/lsk-xh1
    Indeed, these are the lights that are used for the Rade Kit