Agree on the Tuono, a seriously addictive bike.
The power to weight is fantastic, together with the electronics, suspension, brakes and chassis...
That's some serious work NB, with a price to match.
You get what you pay for I say.
As we say here, no point going in half arsed.
If you’re not using a rattle gun you’re going to struggle.
I had to put lot of pulling pressure on the spring with the top cap still attached to...
They are fine.
You will gain bottom end and mid range, but lose top end.
They're a pretty crap design, but look good and are cheap.
Sorry Bruce, no pics but it's pretty easy.
Once it's apart you will get the idea.
I removed caliper and backing plate (three bolts I think)
Removed pistons using compressed air, then removed bleeder that's in line with the three...
If you’ve got the money, an S1000XR.
A real weapon that makes a good sport tourer.
Nearly impossible to find after market springs that are the same length as the stock.
So you will definitely need new spacer for whatever set up...
I have an unopened original Honda top end kit.
Includes the head gaskets, rocker cover gaskets, all O rings, valve seals, exhaust gaskets, etc....
OEM are the best bet for reliability.
Some bad stuff available on the net, if it's cheap, it's normally rubish.
Other option is to get it rewound...
After world war III and a nuclear winter, the only things left alive will be cockroaches and Keith Richards.
Just a heads up NB on the LEDs for the idiot lights. you might want to try them out beforehand as my mate got some for his panel and turned out...
It was actually a day of mixed feelings Duc.
The ST has 35,000km on it and has been looked after very well.
It is lighter, more powerful,...
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