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Old 04-19-2017, 01:19 PM   #441
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Yeah that doesn't look too bad. But I think I've got someone interested in the Micron on the R1 forum.
Well unload the beast then . Lol
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Old 04-19-2017, 01:57 PM   #442
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Ah, go shoot yourself with a WWII-era water-cooled 50-caliber anti-aircraft gun.
Wow, try to give someone a compliment and they act like you just asked them to give up their seat on United.

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Old 04-19-2017, 04:04 PM   #443
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You're killing me. Yeah, that was some weird stuff. Good thing airline service didn't start out that way.

I caught the tail end of the golden age of flying and beating the tar out of passengers was definitely not SOP.
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Old 04-20-2017, 01:01 PM   #444
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You're killing me. Yeah, that was some weird stuff. Good thing airline service didn't start out that way.

I caught the tail end of the golden age of flying and beating the tar out of passengers was definitely not SOP.
And yes, i can remember when most planes had a "gold" candelabra, on the serving trays, that the flight people, pushed through the aisles.

Yes, back in the day.

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Old 04-20-2017, 03:23 PM   #445
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I replaced the dash lights on my Royal Enfield with T10 LED globes. I had to make a 2 way LED globe out of 2 T5 LED and the carcass of one T10 LED so that the I can use it on the indicator dash light. The way they had it wired the current reverses between left and right indicators, so you only get an indicator light for turning one way if you use an LED. What a PITA that was. The stock globes are so dull you can't see them after sunrise, no matter how dark the day is...
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:06 PM   #446
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And yes, i can remember when most planes had a "gold" candelabra, on the serving trays, that the flight people, pushed through the aisles. Yes, back in the day. Deano
Ducati's came stock with gold rims for years. I'm just carrying on tradition.

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I replaced the dash lights on my Royal Enfield with T10 LED globes. I had to make a 2 way LED globe out of 2 T5 LED and the carcass of one T10 LED so that the I can use it on the indicator dash light. The way they had it wired the current reverses between left and right indicators, so you only get an indicator light for turning one way if you use an LED. What a PITA that was. The stock globes are so dull you can't see them after sunrise, no matter how dark the day is...
I'm getting better at electrics, but yeah they can be a real hassle. Nice work. That Royal Enfield is one cool motorcycle.
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[quote=Damascus;2708926]Ducati's came stock with gold rims for years. I'm just carrying on tradition.

Well, that is one of looking at it. Methinks you carry the gold to the extremes, but what do i know.

I should not admit this, but when i had my 1997 built 1216 c.c. Bandit, i painted the wheels, wait for it, BRIGHT GOLD! Yes, you lunatic, gold. It looked great with the candy maroon, livery. Body work and frame candy maroon, and the wheels gold.

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Old 04-20-2017, 08:52 PM   #448
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I'm getting better at electrics, but yeah they can be a real hassle. Nice work. That Royal Enfield is one cool motorcycle.
Even better with a sidecar! My 4 (almost 5) year old daughter loves being picked up from school in it!
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Old 04-21-2017, 05:50 AM   #450
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Even better with a sidecar! My 4 (almost 5) year old daughter loves being picked up from school in it!
Totally awesome! Looks great, nice job.
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Old 04-21-2017, 07:58 AM   #451
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Even better with a sidecar! My 4 (almost 5) year old daughter loves being picked up from school in it!
Her classmates are green with envy that she has the coolest dad ever!

Can't help but look at a sidecar and smile. They attract a crowd everywhere they go. Truly classic.
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Yeah that doesn't look too bad. But I think I've got someone interested in the Micron on the R1 forum.
Bbbbbbbbut I were serious about my Nissan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 04-21-2017, 04:47 PM   #453
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Thanks guys, we do get a lot of attention, even the grandmas come over to ask how old it is, their dad had one when they were kids!!
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S1000RR is in for its first service.
I shouldn't be left wandering around a motorcycle dealership like this...
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Old 04-26-2017, 12:08 PM   #455
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S1000RR is in for its first service.
I shouldn't be left wandering around a motorcycle dealership like this...
You're exactly the person they love to have in there! "Oh, 9 toys is such an odd number, even it out with TEN!"
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Old 04-26-2017, 12:48 PM   #456
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I shouldn't be left wandering around a motorcycle dealership like this...
Did you ride it in? Looks like it is snowing your way. You do have traction control though
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It figures the day I make the appointment for its raining and in the 30s.
Took it in the enclosed trailer.
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I took the SV650S out for two days. Just to ride it and get the fluids circulating. It stays at a friends, covered, waiting on track days! June 11th! Hurry up!!

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