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Discussion in 'Moto Bellissima: All Other Dualsports' started by sgnden, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. sgnden

    sgnden Been here awhile

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    Just rode home with my shiny new (matte new?), MTSE! Termi on order, LED rear turn signal bulbs are all I've got happening at the moment.

    Look forward to learning from the group and adding what I can.

    First two things will be removing the Enduro badge, rotating the brake lever assembly toward me so the mirror is usable(!) and peeling-off all of the flippin stickers...break out the GooGone, eh? Hey gun maybe?

    I'll post some better pics, but there it is.

    Have fun...

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  2. Florida Lime

    Florida Lime Long timer

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    Adjust the brake and the clutch levers to be in the best position to use them, THEN adjust the mirrors. The mirrors are adjustable without moving the base mounts.
    I assume you meant "heat gun" ? I've never had to use a heat gun - just let the bike sit in the sun, and just start working with your fingernails. Use the Goo Gone or WD40 for any remaining adhesive.

    And congratulations ! :D
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  3. Max Kool

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    And you may even adjust the bars higher or lower.

    Agreed, first the controls, then the mirrors.

    Have fun with it!
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  4. sgnden

    sgnden Been here awhile

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    Re the mirrors, yes, certainly the mirrors are "adjusted" after their foundation (the controls). It was just irritating that they were that sloppy putting it together. No biggie of course...5 mins.

    Now making my way through the manual and seeing it is quite a commitment to start fine-tuning. So for now, ride!


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  5. Florida Lime

    Florida Lime Long timer

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    It IS bewildering at first, but it does get easier. Eventually. :lol3
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  6. Max Kool

    Max Kool Xtankteam™

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    btw, did you get the Termi in the deal?
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  7. sgnden

    sgnden Been here awhile

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    I wrapped it into the deal at a discount. Since the bike was at "cost", didn't really bother me. Plus 0% interest made it fairly painless...fairly. At the end of the day they are all "car salesmen" and some degree of bull**** pops up.

    Whatever, it's a phenomenal bike!! Just need to find a pillion backrest and start tinkering after I've got some miles on 'er.


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