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15 minutes ago, footgoose said:

the fairing "frame" mounting points are present on my early 2000 neck. It indicates something was planned early on.

Or were those mount points already on the SpineFrame from the faired SPOrT 1100/1100 Sport-i? From the Daytona, even? :huh2:

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 Yeah, I forgot about those. No doubt they’ve been on the frame neck all along the spine era

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Seems the V11 is wrought with a plethora of vestigial structures, but little if any forward thinking . . .

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6 hours ago, docc said:

Seems the V11 is wrought with a plethora of vestigial structures, but little if any forward thinking . . .

There's a reason I coined the phrase "going out of business since 1921." :D They've alway been a small company hanging on by their bootstraps, and making wonderful motorcycles with very little money. The last really competently engineered machine was the V7 Sport, IMHO. There is generally a lot of afterthought engineering. The Centauro was one of those worst cases, and our beloved V11 Sports are it's children.

Ahh, forward thinking is for Honda..:mg::rasta:

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Pawl spring in today, on my 03 Corsa I coud turn the 2 gears in and out of all 6 gears , not possible on the 01 Greenie, had to use the gear shaft to do the same?
Orion gear oil, I think.
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Quick going true, and 16g wiring
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4 hours ago, Zorro said:

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Cast iron rotors?

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Actually.  Left side stock.  Right side is carbon fibre.  The carbon rotor is light as a feather and really helps with left/right transitions.  A friend of mine gave me the rotor about 17 years ago.  It’s a Carbon Loraine brand.  Was $2000.00 in those days!  I got it for $200.00.  Looks cool too!

 

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270km with CURBS today, now D IPA time.
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Very beautiful!

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260km, basic curbs.
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Superb bike roads in Telemark, BUT WATCH OUT for the guys in blue.
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This year's Greeny parade, 3 of 4. After 20 years still the biggest group, even without the other 4 KRs of other colours (2 and 2)

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