XB12X Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Moto Bellissima: All Other Dualsports' started by danger_dave, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. bambr

    bambr Adventurer

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    it looks like you got the right company on the wrong tires. :D
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  2. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    2 for 6 Gyros? Score!
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  3. hutch81

    hutch81 Adventurer

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    How many miles did you have when your front isolator went?
  4. Hog Rider

    Hog Rider The Professor

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    I had about 35,000 when mine started to separate, With the LD riding I was doing on it it at the time, it got an extensive inspection one month prior to what ever ride I was about to do
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  5. vtwin

    vtwin Air cooled runnin' mon

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    Easter Sunday on Mt. Tamalpias.

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    Breakfast afterwards.
  6. Bitumen&Dirt_CO

    Bitumen&Dirt_CO Adventurer

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    On my way to Moffat Tunnel / Rollinsville Pass near Rollinsville, CO
  7. portero72

    portero72 Been here awhile

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    Pretty bike. Those forks off a late model SS?
  8. not1044

    not1044 ...or maybe I am... Supporter

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    Finally got the Uly out for the summer. Nice dusty farm roads with snow still on the mountains.
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    Perfect day along the Saco river.
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    Another view of the mountains, not a soul around - I love these rides.
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    Road to nowhere...AKA no destination planned. The best kind of ride!
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  9. not1044

    not1044 ...or maybe I am... Supporter

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    Went for a quick rip tonight with my son. Stopped at this abandoned gas station... good thing we weren't in need!

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  10. not1044

    not1044 ...or maybe I am... Supporter

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    Decided to break the 90/10 rule again today...

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  11. DADODIRT

    DADODIRT Long timer

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    Nice afternoon for a jaunt up the hill after work. 20190614_172228.jpg
  12. not1044

    not1044 ...or maybe I am... Supporter

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    Buell in God's country.

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  13. TheBuelligan

    TheBuelligan Adventurer

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    39k miles
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  14. DaveJ_U.P.Rider

    DaveJ_U.P.Rider Adventurer

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    My XB12X Ulysses, Okay I have neglected my Buell XB12X Ulysses the last couple of summers do to having and riding my other bikes. Got it out of my storage garage a few weeks ago, cleaned it up, removed the Conti Trail Attack tires and installed some new Shinko 705's 80/20 tires. Also installed some new led's up front and few other things. I've been riding it regularly for the last couple of weeks and I must say this bike still makes me SMILE and is absolutely fun to ride !! :-) 20190706_141605.jpg 20190706_141931.jpg 20190706_141529.jpg 20190706_141821.jpg
  15. Paebr332

    Paebr332 Good news everyone!

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    Just got home with my new-to-me 2006. The ride home was nearly two hours and so far, it is making me smile. It certainly feels a lot different than the Street Triple it is replacing, and not in a bad way. The spousal unit will give me a pillion seat review after supper this evening. We will do a little forest road exploring, which should be the kind of odyssey this Ulysses is craving.

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  16. Vinz Klortho

    Vinz Klortho Square Peg Supporter

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    That bike is is an '06? It's really clean!
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  17. mandatedmotorvation

    mandatedmotorvation Shunpiker

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    Don’t forget to adjust that “rack” for the unit’s enjoyment!!
  18. Paebr332

    Paebr332 Good news everyone!

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    The rack was off the bike when I bought it. As soon as I got home, I reinstalled it. It's a pretty slick piece of kit.
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  19. Paebr332

    Paebr332 Good news everyone!

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    Yeah, I'm really happy with the condition. I washed, detailed, and adjusted the suspension settings, and everything is in great shape. The big preload adjuster knob on the shock makes changing from solo to 2-up a breeze. It's all set for 2-up now for tonights ride. I am hoping the settings from the manual are correct, at least for 2-up. Once I reset everything for solo, I will take time to dial it to my liking.
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  20. Paebr332

    Paebr332 Good news everyone!

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    Did a shakedown ride around Michaux State Forest today. It handles the poorly maintained gravel roads just fine. B23B96E8-155A-4266-A12B-9F3458DB1006.jpeg 28066DD6-9382-42B1-AC3F-C6EF277DBCC9.jpeg 125C7836-4015-4E71-AD06-4A3DAD583F7F.jpeg E05741B9-2029-4F5D-9CBB-2A8466025D55.jpeg