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    @2dogs- please do post back if you find anything...

    @2dogs- please do post back if you find anything promising.
    Me? Going to do my own research when I get time, see if this is even possible.
    Cause if this is just a case of “an RT HeatedGrip...
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    Is it possible to retrofit a newer spyder's...

    Is it possible to retrofit a newer spyder's controller with one from 14 RT? If it's just a simple swap out and doesn't cost an arm & a leg it may be the way to go.
  3. Thread: Wow

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    Kinda like cell phones. When the OEM battery...

    Kinda like cell phones. When the OEM battery needs replacing, it's time to replace the phone also.
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    Like the way you think. I thought that way also,...

    Like the way you think. I thought that way also, but, I don't believe you and I will be around to enjoy the results in our lifetime. LOL
  5. Thread: Wow

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    A woman driving an EV came close to hitting me in...

    A woman driving an EV came close to hitting me in a crowded underground parking lot recently. I didn't see her and I didn't hear her coming up behind me. My first clue was the squealing of her tires...
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    I've heard.....

    I've heard that a moose was designed by a committee. :yikes: :roflblack:
  7. Thread: Crappy MPG's

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    1330cc: Here's my take on the subject from my perspective...

    Here's my take on the subject from my perspective only. Generally, on these higher altitude trips, I'm riding 2up. I live at 4,000 ft, to begin with, so most of the riding we do is from there up to...
  8. Thread: Crappy MPG's

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    1330cc: Hmmm, same here. I thought it was just me. Very...

    Hmmm, same here. I thought it was just me. Very good MPG, 2up, at high altitude. Lots of downshifting and tight turns.
  9. Thread: off road spyder?

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    Nice build. Most folks aren't into this kind of...

    Nice build. Most folks aren't into this kind of thing these days.
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    :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

    :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
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    If you have a warranty and you do your own work...

    If you have a warranty and you do your own work (services) keep all your purchase receipts and dates of service along with milage. If you have a warranty issue and do not have any of the foregoing...
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    I wouldn't expect BRP to warrant any non-BRP...

    I wouldn't expect BRP to warrant any non-BRP product. If you are adding a genuine BRP accessory, go to their website and check and see if it's covered and if there are exclusions. Generally,...
  13. Thread: Bar Extension

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    I guess it would depend on just which spyder you...

    I guess it would depend on just which spyder you own.
  14. Exactly what I was thinking JayBros. Glad you...

    Exactly what I was thinking JayBros. Glad you brought that up. A toasted loom would be far and away more fatal than a low-pressure tire.
  15. No way in he!! BK. BRP can go suck a hot rock. I...

    No way in he!! BK. BRP can go suck a hot rock. I can't believe it myself. The only thing I can figure is traffic was so tight my wind resistance was cut to "0". I've noticed in the past running with...
  16. I don't live in town so my favorite is 1 through...

    I don't live in town so my favorite is 1 through 6, and an occasion R. I had to highball it for 80 miles (one way) on the freeway the other day and the traffic was running from 70 MPH to an...
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    Yes, by all means, choose the path that offers...

    Yes, by all means, choose the path that offers the least resistance, if you have the time. Riding a dirt bike is a great exercise for the brain when it comes to quickly picking the path of least...
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    My point is twofold. 1) Always prepare for the...

    My point is twofold. 1) Always prepare for the possibilities, no matter how remote they seem. 2) Look for the little things.[/QUOTE]

    Dam good MONK. You've touched upon things that 90% of the folks...
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    Years ago an insurance company conducted a study...

    Years ago an insurance company conducted a study (I don't recall the name of the company) whereby they found that professional drivers had the ability to identify react and avoid obstacles and...
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    I believe what you are getting at here is what's...

    I believe what you are getting at here is what's called "daydreaming." Along with all the other distractions daydreaming is just as serious and dangerous as the others.
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    I've owned a number of high revving twins over...

    I've owned a number of high revving twins over the years but I'm sure glad I didn't buy the 2012 spyder from the lady across the street. I'm so thankful I waited and bought my 2014 1330. I've become...
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    Distracted driving is just that, no matter how...

    Distracted driving is just that, no matter how you try to paint it otherwise. Being seen on a motorcycle, or spyder starts at home. It's dubbed defensive driving, and 99% of us are alive today...
  23. Yep, just as we suspected Steve. No backing plate...

    Yep, just as we suspected Steve. No backing plate and little or no room to add one. It appears that a complete new torsion system, axel, backing plate, brake kit, and drum, would need to be purchased...
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    My sheet has covered my last 3 rides, or maybe 4....

    My sheet has covered my last 3 rides, or maybe 4. One thing a sheet won't stop is the dam cat from jumping up under it and sleeping on the seat. Put a cardboard box or something on the seat to...
  25. Thread: Pit Bull Lift

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    Yes sir, the HF lift is fairly cheesy. I have one...

    Yes sir, the HF lift is fairly cheesy. I have one because it was given to me as a gift. I use it carefully to lift the spyder up in the air and then I stabilize the spyder with two small jack stands...
  26. Thread: Back in the game

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    Dwight, I believe you are thinking in the right...

    Dwight, I believe you are thinking in the right direction. Do a computer search and find what you are looking for at a reasonable price. If it's far away then fly there check it out and if you like...
  27. Thread: Better Lighting

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    Where I travel the deer are on the move now. We...

    Where I travel the deer are on the move now. We just set our clocks back an hour because of daylight savings time so most of us are coming home in the dark now, or even worse, in the dusk hours. The...
  28. Thread: Better Lighting

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    Thanks RICZ, clearwater shows their different...

    Thanks RICZ, clearwater shows their different beam patterns because LEDs are not simply just LEDs. It's all about beam projection. There are several brands of LEDs out there that are no better, and...
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    Never get tired of listening to his voice in...

    Never get tired of listening to his voice in Dragonheart. Great flick.
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    Yep, I agree. Sounds like a fuel problem if it...

    Yep, I agree. Sounds like a fuel problem if it hits on starting fluid.
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