Ajp pr7

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

  1. roookie1

    roookie1 Been here awhile

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    I thought Heather had the previous version of the Pr7. My bad..
  2. TexasSteve

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    Well damn. The voyager pro doesn’t come with the bike, but does the model? Good price for a kitted out bike.
  3. Brett737cap

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

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    :lol3
    I think he’s putting both on his other bike:lol3 I know he told me he spent almost $2500 on the custom pipe.
  4. Modzso

    Modzso n00b

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    Hi, Can I decrease the turning radius of the PR7?
    I saw these bolts behind the triple clamps. Can I adjust them or do they have a specific purpose?

    Also do any one know that chain guard exists for the PR7? (Not front sprocket guard)

    Thanks in advance!

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  5. TexasSteve

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    That’s your adjuster for the Flux Capacitor
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  6. Brett737cap

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

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    Guess you can’t do shit on ADV any more. Been here since 2002 and there are good reason I don’t come on here too much any more. The Moderators are one of them.
    They are there to protect the radiators and they are probably adjusted as much as possible. If you adjust in any more, you'll probably find that the forks hit the radiators. I know of one guy who intentionally put slight dents in the radiators to give himself about 1/4" more clearance on the forks, and get a slightly better radius, but I personally wouldn't mess with potentially messing up the radiator. It just one of the things you have to live with on the PR7. Its never really caused me a big problem, I just got good at multi-point turns if I have to turn around on narrow trails.
  7. Anders-

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    Have yet to see a bike leaving the showroom floor where that's true, they tend to err on the safe side of things when putting together bikes.


    @Modzso - put the bike on a bucket and adjust the stops, just pay attention to the clearance.
  8. Brett737cap

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

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    Mine was pretty much all the way to the radiators. I couldn't adjust them any more without hitting radiators. But, yeah, Modzso, give it a shot. Never hurts.
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  9. Anders-

    Anders- 690R

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    Suppose that's the exception that proves the rule then :lol3
    On most new bikes I usually see something like 1-2cm of clearance - but maybe that's just to have some free space for beafy thirdparty louvers or so...
  10. mung

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    Find some stainless button headed bolts to replace stock. Much kinder on the triple clamp.
  11. Modzso

    Modzso n00b

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    Yeah, thanks for the answers. It is for preventing the forks to hit the radiators.
    Probably it could be adjusted 1-2mm, but I'll leave it as it is for now.

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  12. Brett737cap

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

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    Looking at some of the other ways it came to me, I think the guys who put mine together at the dealer I got it from were hungover or it was Friday night. :lol3:rofl
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  13. BMacW650

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    I installed the BRP Handlebar clamp SMA-1001011 with Scotts mount. My 2021 PR7's clutch hose is being stretched when I turn the handlebar. Anyone know the exact spec for the hose and where would be a good source in US to order one?
  14. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    I have similar setup on 18’, you may just need to change cable routing a bit
  15. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    Anyone in the USA looking there is a cherry 2020 FS on FB marketplace in seattle. 2020 with upgrades and 600 miles under $9k. Not mine but it looks like Mark V’s old one.
  16. Apo

    Apo Been here awhile

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    Hello everyone,
    How many people here had problems with the OEM clutch slave cylinder?
    I am wondering if it is really mandatory to go for the Oberon (I was wondering with my previous 690 until it was too late, but that is really a known issue on 690/701).
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  17. TexasSteve

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    Looks like a well sorted bike. Waiting/trying to sell my enduro before jumping on the PR7 bandwagon. I wouldn’t rule out his bike at all, especially if no new bikes in stock anywhere.
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  18. Brett737cap

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

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    Ive had no issues. 4000 miles on the bike.
  19. jredford

    jredford Ninja Racer

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    No issues here 3k miles.
  20. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    9k and going to measure clutch plates at next service in a few weeks. Occasionally a little chirp when taking off in first from stop that just started.
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