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    ESE's works engine tuner

    Thread Starter: TZ350

    . This is Thomas a Vietnamese race mechanic, you know that place where they have all those hot 50's and 125's are big bikes. Thomas, ESE's Race Team's Tuner is fettling number 9. adjusting the port timing for Taupo. Its hard to see but he has taped a degree wheel to the magneto flywheel...

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    Optimistic sellers

    Thread Starter: Rcktfsh

    This trader must be pretty hard to outdo as far as optimism goes. Bike has been on the market for a year now, wonder when the penny will drop he''s dreaming at that price. You'd have thought after a year he might have got round to the little bit of tlc required to get running. ...

    Last Post By: F5 Dave Today, 06:37 Go to last post

    Oddball engines and prototypes

    Thread Starter: husaberg

    As the title says........

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    MotoGP 2019

    Thread Starter: jellywrestler

    I haven't been to a Moto GP as yet and reckon given others enthusiasm for them they're probably a good show? I'm thinking I should get my arse along to one in 2019 Figuring you lot would be able to enlighten me on to which meeting is the best one and why? Might as well get the inside info after...

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    My crazy project

    Thread Starter: panhead51

    Do not forget to sign up for the newsletter to not lose my slow progress. Here is my story: http://panhead51.eklablog.com/

    Last Post By: panhead51 Yesterday, 23:45 Go to last post

    Crash reduction study - bus lanes are a minefield

    Thread Starter: rastuscat

    I'm on a road safety engineering workshop this week, and part of that is a crash reduction study. We were given a short corridor to investigate, a short piece of Great South Road in Penrose. 1 major intersection, 3 minor intersections. The greatest crash cause, consistently, is the way people...

    Last Post By: rastuscat Today, 08:10 Go to last post

    Improved tyre wear after Ride Forever course

    Thread Starter: SaferRides

    The main thing I got out of the Ride Forever course last year was improving my road positioning while cornering. Not only did that help me to corner better but I've noticed about a 20% improvement in tyre life. I expect that's because I'm carrying more corner speed and not on the brakes and...

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    If you were planning on riding The Forgotten World Highway...

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    Opinions sought!

    Thread Starter: Oxtail

    Hi All I've ridden bikes for about 15 years overall, mainly a Yamaha FSZ600 (2002) for most of this time in Europe, but haven't been on a bike since moving over here a few years ago (hence being more of a lurker than a poster to date!). I'm keen to get back in the saddle on a cafe racer style...

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