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Brian Swanick
Brian Swanick
@thundermotive
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Joined: 08/24/2020 19:00
Last seen: 05/25/2024 19:48
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RE: 1983 R100RS Instrument Cluster

To follow up on this, I ended up sending the cluster to Foreignspeedo.com. They replaced the pot metal odometer gear, cleaned and lubed both the speed...

3 weeks ago
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RE: Best Airhead tank bag?

I use a Dowco Fastrax magnetic bag on my RS. It's plenty roomy and has mesh pockets inside to organize smaller items. Also the interior is fluorescent...

1 year ago
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RE: Info/experience riding around Lake Superior?

I took the trip in 1999 starting and ending north of Chicago. The lake is big enough to generate its own weather. We went in August and had fog and ra...

1 year ago
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RE: February 2013 Airmail Feedback Wanted

With no commentary on the events leading up to it, the new magazine looks professional and what I would expect a classic motorcycle magazine to look l...

1 year ago
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RE: R100RS High Altitude Operation.

To follow up, the trip was great. All I did was turn the idle speed screws both in about 1/8 turn when I climbed above 4000 ft. I made it to Pike's Pe...

1 year ago
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RE: Are you ready for something lighter with the look & feel of an R27 ??

The Phoenix 250 is kind of cute. So do we go with the Rotax 600 or RZ350 mill?

3 years ago
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RE: Cycle Works, Blue Springs, MO

I did receive the tool kit. It appears to be a high quality product that will do the job. A little slow on shipping and no ship notice or tracking num...

3 years ago
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RE: My Back is Killing Me...............

There are a lot of lifts available these days. I bought a Handy Lift twenty years ago for my personal use and for my garage based hobby business. No r...

3 years ago
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RE: Steering Head bearing Driver / Extractor

I went ahead and ordered the Cycle Works tool. The steering head is as Scot described, too thick to get with a punch. The grease was pretty fresh and ...

3 years ago
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