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  1. Reviving this old thread. Its been nearly 18 months since my infamous oiled clutch incident. I know quote a few of you inmates got a laugh from that. I'm pleased to report the bike is finally back on the road with a new clutch and running better than ever. I used the time off road to also replace the hideous red and green bling on the bike with oem parts. I also had my pork chops, which were faded pink repainted. I replaced the battery, air filter, rear brake pads, shift spring, and other misc. items. It looks great and runs fantastic....just in time for spring. The only job remaining
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  3. Sounds like a plan. Or we could also do a individual pic or video clip of a toast to the factory and post it here. Ciao
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  4. Other way round by my reckoning. I'll take a ten year old rollerised Griso over a 23 year old, extremely boring, Yamaha any day of the week on a reliability challenge. The Yam is carbureting like shit at the moment. It needs new needles and atomisers, god knows where I'll find them!
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  5. So the Griso's have got a break down vehicle along for the trip then:) Ciao
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  6. I couldn't read the date on the headstock as it appears worn down thru the years. I'll double check again. Demons be dammed!
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  7. @gkaan, still very curious about your build date on your early Sport! Was it in 1999? (I'm likely also going to get you looking at your triple clamp numbers in search of the early steep rake Demon Triples . . . )
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  8. Another toast to Moto Guzzi (and the Hagans!) right there!
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  9. Not sure of the brand and I'm pretty sure I bought them from Twisted Throttle. They took months to arrive.
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  10. We still have that 209 Honda Fit ... with 254K miles! It's a C-130 of automobiles. All go, not show. OK, it doesn't go fast, but is astonishingly practical. We like it so much that we just bought a 2020. No longer on NA market, but still sold in Europe and Asia. We'll spend the "leftover" transportation money on motos. Off now on Griso on a cross-border breakfast raid into Pennsylvania. Ciao ... and chow! Bill
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  11. Tks very much for the update, your bike looks lovely! Wishing you many safe miles and smiles. Enquiring minds want to know, which lowering peg kit did you get, and please share any thoughts on the installation and use, it's one of the few things I haven't done to mine, that I'm still considering.
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  12. Geez, Bill, I could'a sworn the last time I saw your Honda Fit, it was in better shape . . .
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  13. I had a tough time finding a service manual and ended up getting it from New Zealand on ebay. Pls do not ask how much it costs!
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