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finnerz89

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  • Birthday 06/04/1989

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    Current: DT125X '07 Triumph Street Triple R '11 Aprilia Caponord '02 Triumph Speed Twin '19
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    FJ1200 '92 Suzuki DR650RSE '96

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    bikes, guitars, music, BEER!

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  1. Sounds like the coil breaking down when hot
  2. Ahh so knowing that you missed a rear wheel spacer out and rode it, I would definitely say it's now more likely to be the output shaft bearing. As slice says, take the chain off and check for free play and end float in the output shaft.
  3. Have you checked the chain guides for wear? Is there a roller the chain runs over?
  4. Can't make this one unfortunately We still need to sort a camping weekend
  5. Looks like you've tried most of if not all the usual suspects. I have to admit as I was reading your post I was thinking crank sensor or pickup coil as they would dictate the timing of the fuel and/or spark.
  6. I say go for it. But if they turn out to be shit make sure you tell us so we don't fall for it too
  7. Might be worth it. Bloody long way to go, to be wet, cold and miserable
  8. Live music, a king size bed and 7 dusky maidens to serve me food and beer all night
  9. Progressive springs might help, but you'd be better off going to a specialist and getting springs with the correct rate for your bike/weight
  10. Pull your finger out and arrange something then
  11. I've yet to decide what to roll out for this. I'd like to say the DT but it needs fresh rubber and would definitely be a transit job. Which won't be cheap considering the current fuel prices
  12. Good stuff. We still saying Devon/Cornwall?
  13. You should be able to. Is there a switch on the clutch lever?
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