Ajp pr7

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  1. MisterXch

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  2. Brett737cap

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

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    Hi Gary, I think it’s the same speedo as on my 2020. Here is the link to the Manual for it:

    https://kosonorthamerica.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/DB-01R_EN_IM_comp.pdf
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  3. ghostridergary

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  4. ere109

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    I finally got the right connectors for the turn signals, installed an led flasher relay, but nothing happens when I activate the signals. I've verified ground, but not getting any continuity from the other two wires. Is there another fuse or some extra step I'm missing?
    Thanks

    EDIT: I believe I've discovered the issue. my turn signal housing has three wires - black, red and yello. However, the AJP diagram shows only red and yellow - and a two-prong flasher relay. I bought a three-prong. Back to the store.
  5. ere109

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  6. Xolo92

    Xolo92 AJP PR7 en Español https://t.me/ajppr7spain

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    Hello Everyone, I waiting my AJP PR7 for this month, I sold Husqvarna FE450 I hope happy rides with this new Motorbike
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  7. Brett737cap

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

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    Unfortunately I have found, on my 2020, this kind of poor quality control is par-for-the-course. While I love my PR7, there have been numerous small problems like that, that it came with from the factory. Mine was missing several bolts that hold the radiators on, so that one of the radiators was only hanging on by its attachment to the outer fairing. There was also a relay that wasn't properly secured, it was just hanging by the wires, and it must've been swinging around enough that the contacts touched the frame and I had a total short and the bike died while riding off-road.
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  8. Xolo92

    Xolo92 AJP PR7 en Español https://t.me/ajppr7spain

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    Oh My GOD, I hope the guarantee has been well
  9. Brett737cap

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

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    Unfortunately I can't tell you how well the guarantee works as there are no dealers anywhere near me, (I had to drive 8 hours one way to buy the bike from a dealer) so I do all the repairs myself. Hopefully you have a dealer not too far away from you. That said, they really are wonderful bikes to ride, just a few problems but nothing major so far. Welcome to the club!
  10. docwyte

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    Wow, that sucks. The dealer network isn't great, the closest dealer to me is ~3 hours one way. Honestly I think that's one of the largest drawbacks of the bike...
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  11. hockeyrick

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    I feel ya. I have an '18, and I do love it BUT the finer little things make me miss my Honda and their complete thought out process, good thing I can make up for what they overlook or skimp on
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  12. makazica

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    Testing the pr7





    I like it...
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    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    For those not on Facebook… USA importer stated 21’ shipment are about a week out today.
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    We have good riding yes ;)

    It is the Pico Tank bag, the fit absolutely perfect and it doesn’t move at all! You really don’t notice it while riding, even aggressively.

    I guess the little one from Enduristan will fit well too, but the zippers are not that good. The little one from Giant loop (diablo I think) is also nice on this bike (I saw pictures), and it is a little bit more roomy, but it is not easily available in Europe.
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  15. Brett737cap

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    Finally got the rear brake fixed (lubing the caliper/pad retaining pins stopped it from sticking) and got the PR7 out for a good ride yesterday.

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    Nice ride !
    Is that the Giant Loop Klamath Tail rack pack on a 3dmoto rack? I already have the rack but I am pissed by the zipper on my Enduristan Tail pack, so I am considering the Klamath. Are you hapoy with it? Could you send us a picture of how it fits? Thx!
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    Brett737cap Life is short... leave with no regrets. Super Supporter

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    Yes, that's the pack on the 3Dmoto rack. Its ok as far as size and closure method, but the attachment method sucked. It was two stiff velcro straps that threaded through slots on the underside of the pack. They did not hold it well on that rack at all. I ended up throwing those out and using 2 Voile straps, which hold it much better. I put them over my tool roll. Overall, like I said, its just an OK pack.

    I have not found a really good tail bag that I like, and I don't really like tank bags or riding with a backpack. I'm actually thinking of designing my own tail bag for dual-sport bikes, since most out there suck. Something with a little more capacity and pockets, that has a better attachment system, and that can hold a hydration bladder would be perfect.

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    This is perfect timing. I started doing tail bag research this week, so I can get it on the list for Father's Day. It seems like this should be a no-brainer: a waterproof tail bag with tool storage and adequate pockets - that mates with the attachment points on the stock tailrack. I'm also wondering if there's a spot around the handlebars to attach a tool roll...
    I got excited about the Kreiga OS-6, but it's a roll-top, meaning you'd have to dump everything out to access a tool (although a tool roll might help that.).
    https://kriega.com/adventure/os-6-adventure-pack

    I'm in Colorado, and it turns out there's a guy in-state that makes this bag, which looks interesting, but doesn't seem to feature the same attachment points.
    http://www.dirt-bike-gear.com/rfb.html

    Wolfman use to make an "Enduro Tool Bag" that looked nice, but it seems to have been replaced by the "Peak Tail Bag."
    https://wolfmanluggage.com/collections/tail-bags/products/peak-tail-bag-wp

    This Nelson Rigg looks interesting, but doesn't say anything about waterproof.
    https://www.nelsonrigg.com/motorcycle-luggage/dual-sport/rg-025-rear-fender-bag-detail


    EDIT: After staring at options for HOURS yesterday, I narrowed it down to the Kriega mentioned above and the Enduristan XS Base Pack. I chose the Kriega because the Enduristan doesn't seem to have functional attachment points above - no way to connect another bag. Otherwise, it had a nice mesh top for holding things...
    https://www.enduristan-usa.com/products/xs-base-packs?variant=37374819336370
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  19. Brett737cap

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

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    Once you've used the Kriega a bit, DM me and let me know how you like it. I am also a bit reluctant to use a roll top bag. I don't like digging stuff out from the bottom. I think a double-ended roll top, like the Mosko duffles, would work better.
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  20. Capitaz

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    Very nice !! Could you pls share how you have your garmin mount set up ? Thank you!