Ajp pr7

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

  1. Crash217

    Crash217 The short guy with a beard

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    No need to replace wheels, simply get the Nuetec Tubliss system. $125-ish per wheel, available at most dealers/distributors.

    http://tubliss.com/

    I had good luck with them. Just keep a tiny bicycle suspension air pump with you to run the inner bladder psi up to 100-125psi when you’re away from a high powered air compressor and need to.
  2. Anders-

    Anders- 690R

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    Tubliss is not tubeless :deal
    A tubeless tire means a lot less to mess around with.
  3. Crash217

    Crash217 The short guy with a beard

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    But if you’re just wanting to avoid a pinch flatted tube, then it’s an option.
  4. Tbucket

    Tbucket Adventurer Supporter

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    Since we are on the oil screen topic this is what I found on mine. Waiting on the new one. That is all I found. I have flushed the cases and clean the oil pump. The oil pump was clean. I hope that I get the updated version. Does any body have the new part number

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  5. Tbucket

    Tbucket Adventurer Supporter

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    Also found little pieces on the other side screens. Otherwise is super clean

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  6. hockeyrick

    hockeyrick Hockeyrick

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    Just a question to mess with, what if you run with no screen, doesn't the oil filter do this job?
  7. Anders-

    Anders- 690R

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    Check the oil circuit section in your workshop manual?
    My wild guess is that the screen protects an oil pump.
  8. Tbucket

    Tbucket Adventurer Supporter

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    That is correct it protects t the oil pump.
  9. Tbucket

    Tbucket Adventurer Supporter

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    I guess it can. Because what I had there and nothing was the same, and who knows for how long was like that.


  10. hockeyrick

    hockeyrick Hockeyrick

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    OKThen, that means other bikes have no protection for their oil pump, yet they still work fine? Just trying to wrap my head around the Xtra screens!
  11. LoRZo

    LoRZo Adventurer

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    Hello,

    Last year I rode 34000 across Europe, it's now time to do a big servicing on the bike. And adding some extra.

    Watch out the 1st episode.

  12. ghostridergary

    ghostridergary Trying is the first step on the road to failure.. Supporter

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    Can someone confirm if that slot head screw on the top of the forks is the pressure release as per WP forks?

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    Thanks!
  13. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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  14. LoRZo

    LoRZo Adventurer

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    Second episode of my PR7 servicing

  15. XR250EFFNR

    XR250EFFNR n00b

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    PR7 owners: how is the visibility with the tablet up front? Do find yourself standing up more than you would like?

    Can anyone speak to how smooth this bike is on longer road sections compared to a SWM650 Superdual X (same engine) and the crf450l?
  16. jredford

    jredford Ninja Racer

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    Has anyone had an issue with the neutral light not turning off? Mine just stays on no matter what gear I am in.
  17. ghostridergary

    ghostridergary Trying is the first step on the road to failure.. Supporter

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    Amateur hour at Gaz's Fabrications again.... rather than spend £70 on a Thork bracket for my Montana, just used an old Ram mount and a couple of 1mm ally spacers to utilise my existing AMPS bracket...... and its probably more adjustable!
  18. DLS01

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    Sun is a pain for the tablet. Standing is comfortable and if I stand I face the tablet less. If I can’t read it I stop. Is safer.

    Can’t compare with the other bikes. On road the PR7 is good for an off road. 100km/h for a longer period is fine, depending on wind. Wind protection is minimal of course. Bike feels smooth and there is not that much vibration.
    To get off road I have quite some on road kms to go. I experience that as fun and comfortable too. Although it is capable to it is not a highway bike. At least not for me for a long distance.
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  19. DLS01

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    No. I think a visit to the dealer is at place.
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  20. kelvyn

    kelvyn KTM AdventureR

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    I've dielectric greased the middle connector but its the unit behind the sprocket which is sensitive to moisture on mine