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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: Fork Oil Change
« Last post by VirginiaJim on Today at 01:08:51 pm »
I really don't know.   That's not the way I did it.  I did it similar to what the manual states to do.   Also followed Fred Harmon's video on how to do it.
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Correct!
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The only issue with the PD usage that we've heard about is electrical.   We've seen a few ABS issues but more related to build up / dirt whatever in the units themselves.   Early linking braked bikes from Kwackers was more of an implementation issue on how they worked than a 'defect'.   I'm with Rich on this.
Iā€™ll confirm the electrical issues with the bikes our department used.  The electrical problems were not of the manufacturer, but from the person who had won the bid and did a pisspoor job of wiring the extra police equipment on the bikes.  I have never heard a problems with the brakes, unlike the Harleys....
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Open Forum / Re: What are you listening to RIGHT NOW?
« Last post by O.C. on Today at 10:19:45 am »
Looks like they were lipsinking.


It does indeed    ;)   
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: Hello Everyone!
« Last post by O.C. on Today at 10:18:04 am »
Eggman... I hope you aren't offended by our humour, it's all in good fun and nothing personal    :)   
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Open Forum / Re: Do you know how to answer a question with a question?
« Last post by Conrad on Today at 09:43:55 am »
There might be but where are you going to put Fox News?
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Open Forum / Re: Word Association Game.
« Last post by Rob9876 on Today at 09:08:55 am »
hooray
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Open Forum / Re: Do you know how to answer a question with a question?
« Last post by Rob9876 on Today at 09:06:58 am »
Is there any way to fit CNN and Huffington Post into a bird cage?
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It's explaned with the idea of Keiretsu.  See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KeiretsuĀ
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Fork Oil Change
« Last post by SmokinRZ on Today at 05:54:04 am »
Hello, I'm about to remove my forks to change the oil and grease the steering stem bearing.  The seals are fine but the bike has 30K miles, is new to me, and I feel it is time to change.  On other bikes I have just removed the cap and dump the oil in a ratio rite and then install the cap and cycle the cartridge a few times and dump again keeping accurate record of how much comes out.  I understand the the cap will still be attached to the damper rod.  I will replace the same amount of oil with 5wt Bel Ray fork oil.

Will my method work with the Concours fork with out any hiccups?  Is 5wt the recommended weight of oil?  Thanks!         
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