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About stewgnu

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    Forum Flooder :)
  • Birthday 12/12/1977

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  • My bikes
    2004 V11, 1999 W650 (almost fixed!), 1981 Monza
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    Sheffield, UK

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    reading, archery, techno, shining up bits of ally

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  1. On a more cheerful note: I now have a lovely little blue Monza!
  2. Hi Paradiso, yep I’m aware of your tenni- it’s on my shortlist. Hi Steve, sadly i fell off her and the damage was too much to warrant fixing this time. Had just got her running better than ever as well. Loved that bike
  3. Going to be buying at some point fairly soon- wondering what might be out there Ta
  4. dunno, but i’d have eaten a kilo of dry cornflakes for one about a year ago
  5. as a total electrical numpty, i forgot that where there’s electrical flow, there’s heat
  6. Possibly a quick query for the leccy-minded chaps on the group: Someone was inferring on faceache that a bike (cali 1100i) that cut out when hot, but was fine when cool, may have dicky relays. I wondered- Why would that be a thing? Working when cold, but not when the bike’s hot? 🤔
  7. similar shifting on mine- best practice for me is to pre-load the lever and make sure to maintain pressure after the shift into 3rd to stop it dropping back out. no probs when you get used to it!
  8. Hi Bridge, I used those tarozzis for a while (Got them from Disco Volante in the correct size). Be aware that whilst they will fit, they don’t fit very well- for one thing the master cylinders prevent them from being orientated ‘square side forward’ properly. I had to use shims to space everything out, which wasn’t ideal at all, and also meant I ended up taking off the choke lever too. Having said that, I did use them for must’ve been a couple years once i got them where i wanted them. Oh and as they’re multi-adjustable, having to drop the sliders every time you change your mind
  9. i think i saw 120 once, but that’s without a fairing and chin down somewhere in the yolk!
  10. although, on the pipe wrap thang: I had my kwakker headers all wrapped, and was most pleased with the funky look! But later, upon removal, was greeted with an absolutely dreadful cancerous wodge of metal beneath... like i’ve not seen metal in such a poor condition...
  11. oh crap- bar-end mirrors are bad too?
  12. this vid was, on the face of it (i’m no expert), an interesting analysis of the exhaust gas flow principles:
  13. stewgnu

    My V11 Build

    That looks great! Streets ahead of a lot of the awkward-looking custom v11’s I’ve seen over the years.
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