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  2. Almost all trickle chargers have a programmed voltage threshold below which they won't initiate a charging cycle (check to original paperwork). Most have no way of alerting you to a below threshold voltage - per the LED(s) they appear to be working normally but they're not actually charging. I have an old Sears 12v 10/2amp charger w/voltmeter from the early '70s that I'll employ at the 2amp setting whenever I suspect a trickle charger isn't really performing. That works just fine for motorcycle batteries. After a full bench charge, the trickle charger is re-applied. After installat
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  3. I have a spare radiator that came with Zero’s bike. Mike, was it functioning? I would be happy to ship it to whether good or repairable if yours is tits up. I will go with the crowd on keeping a more stock unit. Oh, and if you do change it out that is perfect time to install Evans No-Boil.
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  4. How about just having yours checked and possibly repaired??
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  5. Yes, you are correct. Once masters are swapped try to stick flathead screwdriver between brake pads and rotors. Push pistons in calipers all the way in. It should take care of air bubbles in brake line near master cylinder. Fill reservoir with fluid and pump the brakes. Keep close eye on fluid level, because if it drops too low the air will get in, and you will be fucked.
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  6. I like my 919's even more than my XX most of the time. Trackdays depend on how fast you can go and stiffer fork springs are mandatory. For casual track days they're excellent but the brakes and street-oriented design will have you wanting more if you're accustom to sportbikes.
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  7. Yes, lent by a fellow XX'er and his gal. There were a great bunch of Blackbird peeps at Jennings. They were very helpful in training newbies. We had a nice visit at the hotel in the evening.
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  8. I saw this on the other site. No idea if it is correct. Here is the link Indeed there is, tube length 5mm longer on the carbies and they use shorter bushings.
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  9. I'm not usually into bling, but thats pretty sharp looking.
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  10. If your ever down toward Charlotte I will part ways with mine, but it has close to 25k on it and some mods
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  11. I've got a complete head, cams and valve cover for that bike from a low mileage 98 if it would help you or a buyer. Hank
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  12. Ok, figured it out, you meant the windshield. I switched out the 4 bulbs to LEDs, what a difference!! Thanks for the write-up!! Did you change out the small bulbs too? I don't see the need so at this point I have left them alone.
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  13. It was part of a bundle with a bike that had problems I specifically asked about and was mislead about also. He's a long standing member I've not seen post in a long time, he was quite sick at the time, and I choose to believe he had no bad intentions and maybe just nearsighted. I won't out him....unless he posts something for sale without photos.
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  14. Untrue, as I spent a few hours flogging it.
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