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post #81 of 6931 Old 09-19-2010, 04:14 PM
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Your 919's b-day is 9/19! Very good planning

If afraid to ask what time you picked it up.
I tried, the dealer didn't open until 10:00...

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post #82 of 6931 Old 11-06-2010, 08:34 PM
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Installed an Ohlins shock for(on) her today.

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Two weeks ago I changed the coolant.

Last weekend I changed the brake fluid.

I finally installed my stebel horn yesterday - a stealth mount under the swing-arm off the centre stand bracket.

Went for a cruise on the bike today. Thankfully there was no need to use the horn.

All good for this summers riding now - YEAH HARR

Mind you it will also get it's Christmas oil/filter change soon!

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I finally installed my stebel horn yesterday - a stealth mount under the swing-arm off the centre stand bracket.
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Her you go, images may be a bit crappy as they were shot in my shed.

I removed the stock horn, took the cable out of the clip and routed it back under the tank - made a joiner extension cable to carry down behind the battery to the new horn position. A simple bracket mounted to one of the nuts for the centre stand (I've a extra hole in the bracket that slits over the spring mount so it will not move). I've rubber mounted the bracket to avoid any annoying vibes that might get introduced (none at all).

The horn is tucked in and basically not visible unless you have a keen eye and know your 9ers. IMO it cleans up the front of the engine and it is bloody loud!
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I am slowly infusing electrons into my stored batteries. This shall continue thru the format known as winter, upon which I shall find that said electons create madness once again.

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I am slowly infusing electrons into my stored batteries. This shall continue thru the format known as winter, upon which I shall find that said electons create madness once again.
It's not THAT cold down there yet, I'd love to have 70's here now, I'll settle for 50's and ride.

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I took the day off and spent most of it in the garage.

I started off by putting the wife's dirt bike battery on the trickle charger, then changed the oil on the 9er, then went to work on my dirt bike -

I pulled the handlebars and cut almost an inch off each end, then pulled the forks apart and installed new oil seals, and put in lighter springs and new fluid.

Tomorrow the front end gets put back on the dirt bike, and it'll get an oil change. I'm also hoping to clean and lube the chain on the 9er if I have time, otherwise it'll have to wait until the weekend.

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Her you go, images may be a bit crappy as they were shot in my shed.

I removed the stock horn, took the cable out of the clip and routed it back under the tank - made a joiner extension cable to carry down behind the battery to the new horn position. A simple bracket mounted to one of the nuts for the centre stand (I've a extra hole in the bracket that slits over the spring mount so it will not move). I've rubber mounted the bracket to avoid any annoying vibes that might get introduced (none at all).

The horn is tucked in and basically not visible unless you have a keen eye and know your 9ers. IMO it cleans up the front of the engine and it is bloody loud!
Very neat job Allan!

I appreciate stealth mounts like this, as opposed to people just slapping things on willy-nilly ending up with a Christmas tree efect.

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post #90 of 6931 Old 11-11-2010, 01:01 PM
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I took a good, long ride today because its 54 and sunny. Filling up the tank after each ride now, since any ride from here on out could be the last of the season

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Power port- Just got some heated gear in time for cooler weather. I had an extra side cover and did a little mod. Coax with a weather plug when not in use.



For the heated gear



For the battery tender


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Power port- Just got some heated gear in time for cooler weather. I had an extra side cover and did a little mod. Coax with a weather plug when not in use.
I like that...Nice work.

That'll work........
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Filling up the tank after each ride now, since any ride from here on out could be the last of the season
I hate that feeling, sad but true.

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It's not THAT cold down there yet, I'd love to have 70's here now, I'll settle for 50's and ride.

I've still got one bike running. The others are asleep. The weather can turn on a dime so I'm prepared.


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Power port- Just got some heated gear in time for cooler weather. I had an extra side cover and did a little mod. Coax with a weather plug when not in use.



For the heated gear



For the battery tender


Damn nice job Mike. Very nice looking and useful mod.

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Power port- Just got some heated gear in time for cooler weather. I had an extra side cover and did a little mod. Coax with a weather plug when not in use.



For the heated gear



For the battery tender

I'm going to do this as soon as I get me some Gerbings. Nice job!

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Thanks guys, it was cheap and easy. Drill a 1/2" hole, put in a rubber grommet that is just a bit smaller that the coax socket (the one on the battery harness supplied with the temp controller), and push it in (a little soapy water helps). It's a pretty tight fit, so it's not going anywhere.



One of these will adapt the battery tender.


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I just pickes up a 2006 919 w 1120 miles on it. The tires were
a bit hard and slick. I took a belt sander and scrubbed the outside
edge, in about an inch. Now the tires are nice and grippy.



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I just pickes up a 2006 919 w 1120 miles on it. The tires were
a bit hard and slick. I took a belt sander and scrubbed the outside
edge, in about an inch. Now the tires are nice and grippy.


I must admit, I wouldn't have thought of that.
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Good luck with your new bike! That's one way to get rid of dry rot!

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Good luck with your new bike! That's one way to get rid of dry rot!
..........or chicken strips.

That'll work........
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I did the 10mm front fork mod spoken of on a thread here and I like it. Bike handles nice throwing it into the curves.
I also installed some Staintune restrictors in my pipes that was also suggested from another thread here about quieting down Sato pipes. I don't have the Sato's on right now, I am currently running D&D carbon cans that I got for cheap from a dealership buy out on ebay and the Staintune restrictors fit perfect without need for further modification. All I had to do was drill a hole in the tups for the mounting screw. the exhaust still has a good growl sound but it is now a few decibels quieter which should please my neighbors. Photo shows left side restrictor installed, right side without.
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I pulled a rock out of my rear tire. It had punctured all the way through.

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Put a staple in the rear tire under the most severest of protest.

Evidently it does not matter how much you pay for a beemer the damn tires still go flat.

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The 9er is now almost ready for winter. It's cleaned and lubed, and just needs fuel stabilizer.

After recently cleaning both dirt bikes and servicing the fork internals, I spent all day yesterday tearing the rear of both bikes apart for servicing. Everything from the gas tank back on both bikes was removed. I'm pretty anal so I cleaned every nut, bolt, and washer as they came off the bike, then tore into the suspension linkages. All the bearings, seals, and bushings were in great condition so I just cleaned out the old grease in all the pivots and packed in fresh waterproof grease and put everything back together. Almost every part except the engines on both bikes have been removed, cleaned, and serviced in the past couple weeks.
It probably seems borderline compulsive, but it's almost therapeutic to turn on the tunes and sit there for hours working on the bikes.
Now I'm sad that I have to put them away for the winter.

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The 9er is now almost ready for winter. It's cleaned and lubed, and just needs fuel stabilizer.

After recently cleaning both dirt bikes and servicing the fork internals, I spent all day yesterday tearing the rear of both bikes apart for servicing. Everything from the gas tank back on both bikes was removed. I'm pretty anal so I cleaned every nut, bolt, and washer as they came off the bike, then tore into the suspension linkages. All the bearings, seals, and bushings were in great condition so I just cleaned out the old grease in all the pivots and packed in fresh waterproof grease and put everything back together. Almost every part except the engines on both bikes have been removed, cleaned, and serviced in the past couple weeks.
It probably seems borderline compulsive, but it's almost therapeutic to turn on the tunes and sit there for hours working on the bikes.
Now I'm sad that I have to put them away for the winter.
I'm that you actually have TIME to do all that. I only wish I could.

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Just finished planning a 5 day, 2080 mile, 7 state trip. Only problem is my bike cant enjoy it until june

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First rode 70 Miles, gotta love heated gear!

Rear brake light switch kept getting out of adjustment and was very touchy due to the plunger sticking. Pulled the switch out cleaned up the plunger with WD-40, sprayed some graphite lube and worked it in and out a little. Works great now and has a much wider adjustment range.

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Took her for a short ride, washed her for her winter nap, lubed the chain, topped off the fuel with Stabil, a quick polish and she's off to bed.

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It seems like every winter that rolls around I enjoy making a wise ass comment about you poor bastages that have to put your motorcycles away because of weather. I feel like it's fair compensation for the cracks about crappy Florida riding. Sort of a get even, retribution kind of thing. This year however, I just can't do it. I feel sad for my northern brothers, I refuse to sink to that level.


Look at the bright side, you may not be able to ride.... but I may have to run the damn air conditioner this week. It's supposed to be 85.

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Got my wheels off to the powder coater, going with the cbr wheels! YAY

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Changed oil, lubed chain, fuel stabilizer, tucked in nice and warm for the winter, and in the process (winter project) of finishing a rear cowl and windscreen for the bike.
if money allows some powder coating and possible paint change.

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Cleaned DRZ and then took 9er and DRZ for a spin with my wife. Sometime in the next few days I'm panning to store 9er for the winter. Have some plans for DRZ over the winter so she won't go in the corner yet

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What are the plans for the DRZ?

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I moved my bikes out of the garage to put the Hollyweenie stuff away, then I moved them back in. Been doing contract stuff this weekend. No ride............








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nothing major. Have to fix a few screw ups by PO, he removed an oil vent box for some reason and I also don't like how he did 3x3 mod on the air box. New sprockets/ chain. Going to take steering stem apart and pack it with some grease as DRZs are know to be dry over there. And a few cosmetic things.
The bike has officially bonded with me: I burned my finger on the exhaust

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Her you go, images may be a bit crappy as they were shot in my shed.

I removed the stock horn, took the cable out of the clip and routed it back under the tank - made a joiner extension cable to carry down behind the battery to the new horn position. A simple bracket mounted to one of the nuts for the centre stand (I've a extra hole in the bracket that slits over the spring mount so it will not move). I've rubber mounted the bracket to avoid any annoying vibes that might get introduced (none at all).

The horn is tucked in and basically not visible unless you have a keen eye and know your 9ers. IMO it cleans up the front of the engine and it is bloody loud!
jEEz your bike is cleeeeaaannn

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Winter now - so didt all the usual thing's, oil + filter, fuel stabi., charging ever so little on the battery all winter... I badly need a new chain + sprocket's, put on my christmas wish list, knowing nobody will ever give me such a present....
though I can not drive my bike the next three months, it's pretty nice to have my Hornet in the kitchen - it's the only plus of the winter !
By the way - yoshi exhaust are a no go in europe - if anybody (it's a longshot) want to sell and export such an exhaust system, please let me know

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Just changed her oil for her winter nap.

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still reassembling it after the powder coating frenzy. putting it back together is proving way more time consuming than taking it apart. Especially because I'm cleaning every little thing before it goes back on. new led turn signals went on yesterday.

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