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 :400: to the forum.

It may be the bearing behind the exclave cylinder or the ring gear that the rivets, in case of expansion, move a little.

In any case, it is not difficult to access them

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Accessories and Products / Re: Tank bag UK
« on: Yesterday at 07:00:57 am »
Yes, GIVI, if you are interested in the model, at another time, I can look at it. Now I don't have the bag here.

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New Members / Re: Another Forum Newbie
« on: May 04, 2021, 07:35:00 am »
 :400: to the forum.

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New Members / Re: Hello fron South East Cornwall!
« on: May 02, 2021, 02:41:22 pm »
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Good choice for your new motorcycle.


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That's right, down to the last drop. I usually position the motorcycle vertically so that more gasoline enters the tank.

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New Members / Re: New Member
« on: May 02, 2021, 02:27:26 pm »
 :400: to the forum.

Tralex bars are highly recommended and of very good quality.

I know that Tralex has shipped several sets of bars to the United States and I hope they can always keep one in stock.

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Yesterday afternoon I started the ECM of the workbench that I am building and I had to unlock the ECM by entering the password, once the ECM unlocked, I had and paired the ECM with the immobilizer and made registration of a single original key that I have of this ignition key assembly.

Obviously I had to fool the immobilizer because he did not recognize the key, it is obvious that he does not recognize it because the ignition key assembly lacks an antenna.

So I set out to create an antenna for the immobilizer to recognize the key.

The green reel is the antenna I have built and the keys with a blue shell are without the chip and cost me less than 4 euros each.



In this other photo you can see that I also carry the same type of key, I had them made the same day as the keys to the workbench.

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From the instrument panel, you could try to disconnect the TTC traction control and go out with the bike and see how it goes.

The traction control is reconnected after stopping the engine and restarting it.

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