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  1. TonUp
    October 8, 2013 11:27 AM - permalink
    Hey Chris, Great to briefly see you at the S500. After we talked, I went on the second leg of the course, and managed to blow one fork seal and the oil seal on the engine clutch lever. The side of the engine looked like it had been hit by flak at the end of the day...all part of the charm of older bikes, I guess. For every hour of riding, there's a few hours of wrenching.

    KTM's were passing me on gravel/rutted dirt sections like I was standing still...I guess suspensions have improved a bit in the last 34 years...

    Hopefully, the next time we see each other, we'll have more time to get caught up.

  2. CrookedKing
    April 6, 2013 07:19 AM - permalink
    Hey, someone on another forum wants to have their fuel injector tested/cleaned. Could I give them your contact info so they can ship them to you?
  3. CKBallard
    March 14, 2013 11:04 PM - permalink
    I'm getting my new to me 2003 RC51 tweaked to my liking and am ready to do the suspension before I do some track days. I've done one TD way back when on my 929RR and have been riding bikes all my life.
    I am a big guy - 6'4" 285lbs. So I know I at least need replace the springs. I have been getting information from some of my friends (some on here) but would like to get any other advise before I spend money one way or the other.
    It looks like I would be better off biting the bullet and just buying a new rear shock instead of trying to respring/valve the stock one (if that is even possible). I'm looking at 3 options:

    Ohlins HO204 from Kyle racing for $945
    Penske 8993 $825
    JRI double adjustable $985

    Forks I am thinking just springs and a valve job. I haven't priced this as I'm not sure what my best options are.

    I plan on doing several track days a year on this bike as well as ride on the street. Thanks.

  4. DSA
    January 1, 2013 06:22 PM - permalink
    just shared your post all over facebook
    even the VCHSS-lol
  5. scootertrash
    August 27, 2012 07:36 AM - permalink
    What up? How's that new job treating you?Get to work slacker!!
  6. StrayR6
    January 11, 2010 07:52 AM - permalink
    You my friend are one bad motherfucker. Skills... you got'em.
  7. SMB
    September 2, 2009 03:06 PM - permalink
    yo, so Oneway is ALLL about you LOL. j/k

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  • About REDLEVEL
    Swanton, MD
    About Me
    Master certified motorcycle mechanic.
    How do you pay the bills?
    Motorcycle tech
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