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About polebridge

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    2004 Coppa Italia
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    Morristown, NJ USA
  1. polebridge

    polebridge

  2. When I receive it I will let you know if I can get it to fit.
  3. Thanks Troutman!!! I just order one.
  4. TroutMan, Is this still available? If so can you post a website through which I can contact them. I need one of these. Thanks, Mike
  5. Shipping from the UK will cost as much as the item. Besides, my stock piece is broken and needs replacement. Not sure what the stock piece costs or even if I can get one. At least this one comes with turn signals.
  6. Shipping from the UK will cost as much as the item. Close but not quite!
  7. Ok, Made my best guess from your pics. This is what I ordered: http://www.ebay.com/itm/253162149637 Hope it works! Mike
  8. Any way you can be more specific on that tidy tail? I did an online search and seems that there are a lot list for YZF R125. Not sure but it looks like it might depend on model year? Anyway, any help you can give me is appreciated. Thanks, Mike
  9. Installed the crankcase filter. So far so good. Had some real sputtering issues on a hot day though. Pulled the plug. Look a bit too sooty so I used the Power Commander to lean out the mixture at low throttle settings. Seems to have done the trick. So far anyway. I have to say I like the look of the bike much better this way. I can now see that beautiful Ohlins Shock for the first time. If I can get it running properly I will be quite happy with the mod. Thanks to everyone for your help!
  10. Thanks. You would not happen to know which filter fits?
  11. Ok...Here they are fitted. So far so good. One question. There is a hose that runs down the spine in from of the airbox that I had to detach. Is this a drain or intake? Do I need to get a filter on the end of it or re-route it? Thanks
  12. I think that the length of the inlet duct, and the shape of the bellmouth at the end are important. There is a filter that will fit, see the picture in this post: http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19581&page=2&do=findComment&comment=215103 This is what I was intending but it seems to me that you either have to cut the bell off of the stack in order to fit the 60mm filter, buy a larger filter that can fit order the bell mouth, or perhaps the 60mm can be stretched to fit over the bell (this would be ideal I think). By the way, I really like the way that one
  13. Took a look at the stacks. I see that they are easy to remove but they flare out at the end so in order to fit 60mm pods it looks like I will have to cut off the end which means that there is no going back without getting a new set. For now I guess I will just go ahead and attach directly to the throttle bodies.
  14. I also wonder about what Triumph has done with the Thruxton. That is adding water cooling in such a way as to maintain the classic look of the bike while giving it a more modern feel and level of power. Perhaps MG might consider something along those lines? I also wonder what MG would look like if they had not dropped out of racing back in the 50s? Perhaps I would not like them so much in that case.
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