What did you do today?

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Cameras fitted but still got some bits to add, waiting for Crash bars to arrive then fit but should have that done by the end of this week.
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First Blood Bike shift. Finished this morning.
Took me seven hours to work out the FJR had heated grips.
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Got my RT back from the dealers :P . That R18 courtesy bike :( crippled me. Now am back to comfort and have a big windsail in front of me again.
Trust me am a retired Doctor and lecturer at Oxford University of Structural and Mechanical engineering.
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Well done Mike :thumb: Bet you muttered something when you found out about the grips :mrgreen:
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Doctor T wrote: Mon Jan 09, 2023 3:58 pm Got my RT back from the dealers :P . That R18 courtesy bike :( crippled me. Now am back to comfort and have a big windsail in front of me again.
That's how I feel when I ride on either of my Harleys after a spin on RT. :mrgreen:
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Innovv K3 fitted. using one of these mounts under the headlight https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4001166466211.html?
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Glenn wrote: Sun Jan 15, 2023 4:22 pm Innovv K3 fitted. using one of these mounts under the headlight https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4001166466211.html?
Another straight copy of the Wunderlich product.
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Steve398 wrote: Sun Jan 15, 2023 5:48 pm Another straight copy of the Wunderlich product.
AHHHH but is it a copy?
Trust me am a retired Doctor and lecturer at Oxford University of Structural and Mechanical engineering.
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"And now for something completely different."

My GSX1100EF has a bit of cracks on front end dust seals and the whole front end is rather soft and tired.

So I was looking at springs and what else was needed when my buddy since early 70's called from dealer informing that he has an alternative solution: a full NOS front end which has been sitting on warehouse shelf for the past 35 years or so.

Price difference was minor so of course I chose that. 8-)

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Nice :thumb:
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