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    Cruise control. that's it

    Cruise control. that's it
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    So, I DID sort of work for BRP ( I owned a...

    So, I DID sort of work for BRP ( I owned a dealership until about a month ago) and when it came time to pick a "keeper" ( until recently I simply had a new demonstrator to ride each year) I chose a...
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    I don't believe the Ryker is the right choice for...

    I don't believe the Ryker is the right choice for pulling a trailer for a number of reasons, including the clutch, the single sided swing arm, and the relative light weight of the machine. Any other...
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    Yes, the seat pops off with backrest attached...

    Yes, the seat pops off with backrest attached after engaging a lock and the bag locks onto the rack using the linq system, which is a simple lever
  5. Hope the surgery went well. Once your up and...

    Hope the surgery went well. Once your up and about we'll hqave to get togehter and go for a ride. I head your way often to catch races at the Grove
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    When mine says eco off, it is going into sport...

    When mine says eco off, it is going into sport mode. There is a significant difference in performance while in sport mode.
  7. Between the LED headlights, fenders and hand...

    Between the LED headlights, fenders and hand guard lights I am sure i was well seen from the front. Not too many passed me but i am not sure how it looked from there
  8. I always stopped within 10 miles fore or aft of...

    I always stopped within 10 miles fore or aft of 150 miles. The most it took was 5.2, the least 4.7, so 30 mpg is dead accurate at what I consider pretty high speed. Rarely below 80 mph,...
  9. Or idiot rider! That was soooo frigging cold...

    Or idiot rider! That was soooo frigging cold coming home!
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    What i have seen from my fuel gauge.... It shows...

    What i have seen from my fuel gauge.... It shows nearly full for about 75 miles, then starts to gradually go down with the fuel load to about 110 miles. Afterward, to about 150-160 miles it rapidly...
  11. I have had no issues with the rally rear fender...

    I have had no issues with the rally rear fender but I do prefer the looks of the other fender.
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    There is no "neutral" when running, however, if...

    There is no "neutral" when running, however, if you move the shift lever slightly back toward reverse when not running you can move it around more easily in your garage as it has a "false" neutral...
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    Bag works great, stays dry, easy on/off. Really...

    Bag works great, stays dry, easy on/off. Really need one for the left side!
  14. First LONG ride 1770 miles from Thursday-Sunday.

    I started out at 7am on Thursday, left PA (29 degrees) and headed south. Stopped for the day at 570 miles in Sweetwater, TN. Got up Friday morning, headed south via a scenic route to Ft Benning, GA...
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    I have to say it is EXACTLY for the twisties;. ...

    I have to say it is EXACTLY for the twisties;. It handles like a slot car on a track. Much faster thru the tight stuff.
  16. not that i can see, but a wisely placed plastic...

    not that i can see, but a wisely placed plastic flat washer can make it almost disappear
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    I have ridden them both and bought the Rally. ...

    I have ridden them both and bought the Rally. Between the more adjustable rear shock, rear max mount, hand guards and RALLY mode it made sense for me to spend the extra bucks. i do like the regular...
  18. The play isn't in the handle bars, it is in the...

    The play isn't in the handle bars, it is in the steering stem as it sits in the lower mount. It has to be there (tho maybe not as much) to allow for expansion/contraction of the metal to metal...
  19. This I can tell you with certainty, the Rykers...

    This I can tell you with certainty, the Rykers are much easier to align than a Spyder. Why? Well, when aligning a Spyder you first "true" the back wheel of the bike to the front. A Spyder's rear...
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    I agree with Rogue Hawk!

    I agree with Rogue Hawk!
  21. https://kosonorthamerica.com/shop/motorcycle-mx/ap...

    https://kosonorthamerica.com/shop/motorcycle-mx/apollo-heated-grips/
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    Pennsylvania, full coverage on Ryker Rally $332 yr

    Pennsylvania, full coverage on Ryker Rally $332 yr
  23. I installed Apollo heated grips on my Ryker. ...

    I installed Apollo heated grips on my Ryker. They were not easy to install, no heated grips are, but they work really well and are very subtle, with the heat controls built right into the left grip....
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    I have the handguard extensions and light kit. ...

    I have the handguard extensions and light kit. They make it more visible to opposing vehicles but do not add to its projection of light for riding.
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    Mine is a bugger to take on and off. The issue...

    Mine is a bugger to take on and off. The issue seems to be the powercoat finish on both the support rack and seat bring the contact tolerance to near zero. I thin over time that the two pieces will...
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    I can tell you this, mine has the same driveline...

    I can tell you this, mine has the same driveline lash as a BRP ATV or side by side. It clunks a little when first accellerating or decerating. It is especially noteable from a stop
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    They have beenon everyones back orders for a...

    They have beenon everyones back orders for a while now. I think it is simply a supply/demand issue.
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    Lamonts are awesome, in stock, and an easy...

    Lamonts are awesome, in stock, and an easy installation
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    Jason a solution could be as simple as a...

    Jason a solution could be as simple as a sheepskin cover over it or one of the many gel pads available online to, again go over your stock seat.
  30. HowTo: Nice! Thanks for doing the dirty work on that...

    Nice! Thanks for doing the dirty work on that idea!
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