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  1. Thread: ECU Flash

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    IF you are worried about the your...

    IF you are worried about the your warranty......do not do the ecu. Pretty simple.
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    My understanding is the 665 will not fit,...

    My understanding is the 665 will not fit, different pin out at the handlebars. Good luck.
  3. A long time ago, my cruise control wouldn't set....

    A long time ago, my cruise control wouldn't set. The dealer replaced the bad cruise control switch. I seem to remember it took about an hour, but that was by someone who knew what they were doing.
  4. See that red circle with the slash through it ?? ...

    See that red circle with the slash through it ?? It’s right over where the passenger would sit. NO passengers!!
  5. Thread: L/H cargo box.

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    You would think that after 6 years that BRP...

    You would think that after 6 years that BRP would've remolded that side.
  6. After a short college stint where I mostly skied...

    After a short college stint where I mostly skied my way out of school, I went to Alaska and logged. I was making $1400 a month plus r&b. Later that summer I went in the army where I also had r&b at...
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    COMMO

    We also use Zooz. If it's a long day, we plug them into the usb ports ( that I put in) during lunch. One of us tends to talk a lot.....;)
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    HEAT ON FOOT

    One of the sponsers on the title page makes a block off plate that fits the bottom hole in front of your right foot. Probably also have to take off the shields on the bottom of the engine....the...
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    DIRECTIONS

    Celestial navigation....;)
  10. Thread: Won't start

    by k7xi
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    Battery

    The red rubber is the cover for the positive terminal, you'll need to take it off (or move to the side) in order to get the jumper to the positive post. My dash did exactly the same thing last...
  11. Air compressor

    Whe I took mine all apart, I decided that if the compressor goes bad again...you know it'll be on a trip....I needed a way to basically unplug the air release solenoid without taking the bike apart....
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    WEIGHT

    About 4 years ago, the wife and I were on a trip. Stopped and weighed.....was 1550 pounds, which, according to the book, was 50 over max. The next summer we added a trailer and were about 1800...
  13. Thread: Rear axle tool

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    Tool

    I used a piece of flat steel about 3 inches long and a crescent wrench, but I saw where someone welded a large nut to a piece of flat steel. Seems like it's always something weird on this bike. I...
  14. Thread: Skid plate

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    DRILLING

    .I still have the drill that I used on my friends' boat, if you need a hand.....
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    Grip heaters

    My blushing bride (who has never been wrong.....well, maybe once) says the passenger heaters only have a on/off light but there are at least 3 settings for heat.
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    FLASH

    You can see Peter in Australia has a 2013 RT-L, which is a 998 twin.
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    RADIO, 28 miles

    Almost choked when I read 28 miles. But gave me a good chuckle. Every time I read one of these descriptions, the range gets longer and longer.
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    Rear bearings

    Mine went out about 21000 miles. I did change the rear tire myself at about 19000 miles, so nobody to blame. Well, nobody else.... The bearings are cheap, so I now have another set on hand, just...
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    CRASH

    Sorry to hear of your crash. Sounds like you are on the mend. Good deal.
    But what I want to know is which one of these lyin' dawgs told you yellow was the fastest ????
  20. Thread: Air inlet removal

    by k7xi
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    RED LIGHTS

    Well, here on the west coast, if you have red or blue lights facing forward, be sure to bring your tools along. If these... gentlemen... catch you, you'll get a ticket--- while they watch you take...
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    Alaska

    A couple or 4 of us have been talking about it for a few months. Just talking so far, somewhere near the 4th of July. Add me on the list, I'll let the other yahoos know. Gotta warn you though, I'm...
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    AIR BAG

    Disconnecting the leveling valve won't help. When you add weight to the bike, the leveling valve sees that and kicks on the compressor. When you get off, the leveling valve sees that and tells...
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    AIR BAG

    You definitely can not ride 2 up without air in the air bag. You can bypass the compressor if it is shot by adding air through the schrader valve, but you have to have air in the bag to ride and if...
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    WHAAAATT????

    They make snowblowers without heated grips ?? When did this happen ?? ;);):)
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    Backrest

    My backrest has 3 screws to take out and then 2 screws on the top inside which have to be loosened. I don't have any pushpins......or maybe that's why I have leftover parts.....anyway, it takes a...
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    Chrome

    "I don't like chrome". What kinda talk is that??
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    Rear Bearings

    I have 21000 miles on my 2013 RT Ltd and just had --had-- to replace the bearings. The outer one on the right was only half there. Had a hell of a time getting that one out, finally took the whole...
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    Oregon Spyders

    Well, you are a ways away from the north part of the state, but 3 of us ride regularly around here ( Hood River/The Dalles). But I know there are a few in the Bend area. Good luck!!!
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    Rear wheel bearings

    A day late and a dollar short, all my life. Coming home from a 200 mile ride earlier in the week, the rear felt as if it gave a kinda lurch sideways, the brakes applied for a heartbeat, and it ...
  30. Velcro ears

    Your ears were in the wrong place, so you moved them??
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