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    Great colors too:angel:

    Great colors too:angel:
  2. *air box I thought those force intake things...

    *air box

    I thought those force intake things you like were mechanically operated? If its vacuum operated you'll need a manifold vacuum source. You'll see a fitting on the throttle body and thats...
  3. The VR in the XB bikes is a pretty solid unit....

    The VR in the XB bikes is a pretty solid unit. Its the 1125's that had issues. I'd bite the bullet and get the OE one.

    You can get any aftermarket regulator and wire it in as well. It could save...
  4. To each their own! Have fun modding you bike to...

    To each their own! Have fun modding you bike to how you like it:up: I would warn against open exhaust, not just for your neighbors sake, but these are fairly sensitive to exhaust systems for tuning....
  5. Ya, its probably more of an age issue that miles,...

    Ya, its probably more of an age issue that miles, install them per intructions and you should be fine.

    Sometimes the gasket mfg wants a little sealant in the corners, sometimes not.
  6. Oil seeping from the rocker covers after 11 years...

    Oil seeping from the rocker covers after 11 years and how many miles? I think OE is a fine choice.
    James gaskets are good too, TPEHAK tends to have different 'issues' where no one else does:sorrow:
  7. Thread: pragmatic

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    Hey Opto! I told ya I'd be in Monterey for the...

    Hey Opto! I told ya I'd be in Monterey for the races! Sorry to miss you buddy, glad you had a good head-clearing ride and wish you took pics:upset:

    Yep, Get out there.
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    I've got family in Pittman, NJ and stayed in that...

    I've got family in Pittman, NJ and stayed in that tiny, quaint, little town, while commuting to Philly for a few months. Really liked both those towns a LOT! But for completely different...
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    I wouldn't say the XBSS is "twitchy". I'm...

    I wouldn't say the XBSS is "twitchy". I'm comfortable hands-off relaxing on 'cruise control' even through mild corners. I would never try that on the Brutalé:hororr: That thing needs a steering...
  10. Thread: World Superbike

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    WSBK is getting better. Even with complaints of...

    WSBK is getting better. Even with complaints of lack of competition at the top, there are more entries for the races and the crowd seems slightly larger. Still a shadow of the MotoGP days:(

    Sadly...
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    Paging Lunatic with an instant fuel pump...

    Paging Lunatic with an instant fuel pump diagnosis using ALL CAPS!!

    :black_eyed:

    Lol, He could be right ya know. He stocks the parts for a re-build and whole new assemblies he gives a great...
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    I have ridden both an M-2 and Ss for thousands of...

    I have ridden both an M-2 and Ss for thousands of miles very comfortably. I love my Ss, but would be super happy with either. The X-1 is the first fuel injected (DDFI-1) version of what Buell's run...
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    You gotta READ man!:) The 1 star reviews are...

    You gotta READ man!:) The 1 star reviews are because they get ONE in the bag not 5 like the pic. Apparently they didn't read either...lol

    Yes, that GM part is perfect. Run it as high as you can,...
  14. Thread: Drunmer ss FS

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    Especially when asking TOP dollar for a used...

    Especially when asking TOP dollar for a used muffler:)
  15. Thread: World Superbike

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    He must like the taste of gravel:upset: Johnny...

    He must like the taste of gravel:upset: Johnny Rea all day...

    I just got back from Monterey, the Super Stock race on Sunday was SWEET!!
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    Wut? A vent hose long enough to go from that...

    Wut?


    A vent hose long enough to go from that fitting to loop around the top of the shock (zip tie) should be enough for almost 3 FEET of water crossing. You can get a low pressure check valve...
  17. A wrench, needle nose vise-grips, crows foot, or...

    A wrench, needle nose vise-grips, crows foot, or even needle nose pliers are easier than trashing a socket, IMO.

    If the neutral light is intermittent, It's 99% going to be the switch itself being...
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    If it was over-torqued to the point you can't...

    If it was over-torqued to the point you can't remove the axle, I'd bet your bearings and bearing spacer are smashed to oblivion as well.

    Might as well heat the swingarm end to remove the axle. NOT...
  19. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    Oops! HAHA 34:19, pdksh had so many issues with...

    Oops! HAHA 34:19, pdksh had so many issues with all his bikes falling apart at the same time I got confused.
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    LW: That info you found is incorrect. But it...

    LW: That info you found is incorrect.

    But it doesn't matter. I would suggest fixing whatever the problem is before opening the 'tuning' can of worms. Especially if you aren't versed in Fuel...
  21. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    I hate it when I'm right. What are you going to...

    I hate it when I'm right. What are you going to do? 1275 kit??:)
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    Oh lord I can't imagine what's going on here... ...

    Oh lord I can't imagine what's going on here...

    Shouldn't make a difference. You're not squeezing the swing arm together with the axle.

    I would however, loosen the axle, re-install the brace,...
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    Thanks for the detailed symptom report:up: Most...

    Thanks for the detailed symptom report:up:
    Most heat related misfire problem threads I've seen, end up being the CPS. You can test it with a hair dryer or heat gun. It's cheap if you just want to...
  24. Thread: Oil Leak

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    I'm shooting for the next Buttonwillow:)

    I'm shooting for the next Buttonwillow:)
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    Hey Lowkey, unchecking "closed loop operation"...

    Hey Lowkey, unchecking "closed loop operation" isn't enough to stop the ECM from going into closed loop, reading the O2 and making changes?

    Would you mind detailing that for me? It may explain...
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