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    Weight Limit
    on: Jul 08, 2021, 03.59 pm
    Jul 08, 2021, 03.59 pm
    Hi all,

    I know this is a daft question, however as i will doing a long trip next week want to double check - Hull-Rotterdam-Dresden-Poland.

    The weight limit on the on the top box and panniers is listed at 10kg max load,

    Does that mean the total weight including the pannier or just whatrs inside the pannier liners.

    Thanks again all :-)

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    Re: Weight Limit
    Reply #1 on: Jul 08, 2021, 04.11 pm
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    Indicates the recommended weight to transport inside.

    I always carry a lot more than the recommended weight and, to be honest, I have never noticed anything strange about the stability of the bike.

    Next week, my lady and I will leave for Turkey, I assure you that the weight inside the TopCase and the saddlebags will be much more than recommended by the manufacturer.
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    Reply #2 on: Jul 08, 2021, 04.25 pm
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    Cheers for that Digital,

    First sime doing a long trip so was a bit nervous, as i have about 5/6kg in panniers each and about 8/9 kg in top box.

    With all the weight would you say to keep the 36psi front and 42psi on the rear ?

    Thanks again :-)

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    Re: Weight Limit
    Reply #3 on: Jul 08, 2021, 04.45 pm
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    Front wheel 36 PSI, rear wheel 45 PSI.
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    Reply #4 on: Jul 08, 2021, 04.53 pm
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    Cool, Cheers will do that on Saturday then ready for Tuesday when i go for the ferry

    Can't wait, shame i will be on my tod on the way there, but with the misses on the way back

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    Reply #5 on: Jul 09, 2021, 01.24 am
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    Digital, do I gather that your input to the weight will be much less than your good ladies.  :745: :745:
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    *Originally Posted by HACKLE [+]
    Digital, do I gather that your input to the weight will be much less than your good ladies.  :745: :745:

    Yes, I always carry those 36 and 45 psi, if I'm not mistaken 45 psi is 3.1 bars. Since I bought the motorcycle I have always carried 3.1 bars, go on the motorcycle accompanied or riding alone, perhaps that is why I always do more than 20,000 kilometers on the tires.

    Currently my weight is 70 kilos.  :008: :008: :008:

    Yes, I always carry those 36 and 45 psi, if I'm not mistaken 45 psi is 3.1 bars. Since I bought the motorcycle I have always carried 3.1 bars, go on the motorcycle accompanied or riding alone, perhaps that is why I always do more than 20,000 kilometers on the tires.
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    Re: Weight Limit
    Reply #7 on: Jul 09, 2021, 05.51 am
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    *Originally Posted by wadep96 [+]
    Hi all,

    I know this is a daft question, however as i will doing a long trip next week want to double check - Hull-Rotterdam-Dresden-Poland.

    Need any pointers for sights to see, beers to taste, roads to measure out? I have been in the area several times...

     



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