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by Jug_Inspector
Aug 8th, '18, 09:47
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: New addition to the garage
Replies: 5
Views: 102

Re: New addition to the garage

Yup, RA2's front & back. They feel fine, as they did on my vstrom too. Not sure I'd notice the wet weather difference as I don't tend to ride in it, although it's often unavoidable. The RA2 on the front of my vstrom eventually "went off"... it had scalloped badly and caused a strange feeling when le...
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 8th, '18, 08:43
Forum: Say hello
Topic: Yet another forum to join
Replies: 9
Views: 114

Re: Yet another forum to join

My 990 will be staying with me for while yet, I can't have 2 bikes that are smarter than me.
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 8th, '18, 07:38
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: New addition to the garage
Replies: 5
Views: 102

New addition to the garage

After selling my trusty Vstrom I had space for my next machine, a bike that would be capable & comfy for 2up travel whilst not feeling weighed down and slow because of it. Here she is, http://imageupload.co.uk/images/2018/08/07/DSCF3591.jpg 2015 KTM 1190 http://imageupload.co.uk/images/2018/08/07/DS...
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 8th, '18, 06:17
Forum: Say hello
Topic: Yet another forum to join
Replies: 9
Views: 114

Re: Yet another forum to join

No still in the 990 club but now also in the 1190 club.
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 7th, '18, 20:50
Forum: Say hello
Topic: Yet another forum to join
Replies: 9
Views: 114

Re: Yet another forum to join

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by Jug_Inspector
Aug 7th, '18, 19:50
Forum: Say hello
Topic: Yet another forum to join
Replies: 9
Views: 114

Re: Yet another forum to join

Hi Ming, that was quick.
I'm the one showing off his new bike on the KTM forum BTW. :)):
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 7th, '18, 07:10
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: South Wales - August 3rd, 4th or 5th
Replies: 24
Views: 419

Re: South Wales - August 3rd, 4th or 5th

Sweet road that one, discovered it last year, must go back soon as I was 2up on my vstrom at the time,was still plenty of fun though.
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 3rd, '18, 21:26
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: Indolesco Ergo Sum
Replies: 20
Views: 211

Re: Indolesco Ergo Sum

Yeh, no response to braking and then suddenly so much response that the bike stands up and goes straight. Definitely sounds like the front slid on something,
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 3rd, '18, 19:12
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: Indolesco Ergo Sum
Replies: 20
Views: 211

Re: Indolesco Ergo Sum

Holly shit!
Sorry to hear about the off.
Hope the serious pain doesn't last long, no doubt it'll be a little while until you're good again.

If you need anything then ask (I'm not saying I'm gonna help :mrgreen: )
Is your bike safe where it is, do you need it trailering home?
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 3rd, '18, 07:38
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**
Replies: 32
Views: 1374

Re: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**

TBH I don't see much point in having a 2nd rolling road tuning session as I have the data from it's first one, which was done about 5,000 miles ago, though I have a suspicion that it was done with the quiet inserts out but I always ride with them in.
So maybe a fresh map might be nice...
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 2nd, '18, 23:34
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**
Replies: 32
Views: 1374

Re: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**

except my reason for wanting to remove the PC3 is it occupies the space the OE toolkit used to fill, and I'd like to be able to carry that and the rear wheel socket there - yes, storage space really is that limited! Ditto on my SD. I don't carry tools for fear they'll beat the hell out of the PCIII...
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 2nd, '18, 22:16
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**
Replies: 32
Views: 1374

Re: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**

I think you'd love Rich. I really don't want to get too involved with it, it's been setup and has a custom map. I'd just like that map moved over to the bikes ECU so I could remove the PCIII. I could then flog that on fleabay and remove the PC declaration from my insurance and likely the premium wo...
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 2nd, '18, 21:58
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**
Replies: 32
Views: 1374

Re: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**

billinom8s wrote:
Aug 2nd, '18, 20:33
My duke was done using tune ecu.
What was done, custom map from a rolling road tuning session or someone else's map loaded on to your ECU?
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 2nd, '18, 17:05
Forum: Meets
Topic: Pub meet Wednesday Aug 15th
Replies: 15
Views: 455

Re: Pub meet Wednesday Aug 15th

Double locks is a lovely pub, I first discovered it on my kayak.
The Turf Hotel is another good one but a real PITA to get to.

https://www.turfpub.net/
by Jug_Inspector
Aug 2nd, '18, 12:20
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**
Replies: 32
Views: 1374

Re: Help needed 'Stuttering' Daytona 675 **FIXED**

Why would anyone fit a power commander when you can use tune ecu? I read one reason is because tuners don't like using TuneECU as it's too slow to use, maybe because they can't just use the auto tune functions Dynojet have developed. Either Way a professional custom tune will cost more in labour fo...