Don't hate me 'cause I'm beautiful....

Before the death march

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You are right, beautiful.

Bruce 

Purdy.

Oh look at the old school clutch does it drag :):)

MM 

2 hours ago, MartyMOOSE said:

Oh look at the old school clutch does it drag :):)

MM 

Not with the new hydro fluid, re-torqued basket nut, removed judder springs, and the ARC levers.  Drags barely in the 'easy to reach' position, but it's just plain no longer an issue. 

I think the ARC lever has an increased leverage point ?

:thumbsup: Very nice looking ride.....:cool:

Nice looking bike, except that seat is out of proportion like Kim Kardashian's butt.

Edited by silver_fox

How do you like the N2D suspension? I've heard good things.

16 hours ago, THE KRAN said:

Not with the new hydro fluid, re-torqued basket nut, removed judder springs, and the ARC levers.  Drags barely in the 'easy to reach' position, but it's just plain no longer an issue. 

I think the ARC lever has an increased leverage point ?

KRAN,

Can you adjust the ARC lever closer to the bars than the stock or other levers you tried? 

I'd appreciate if you could measure the distance.

6 hours ago, Balkan boy said:

KRAN,

Can you adjust the ARC lever closer to the bars than the stock or other levers you tried? 

I'd appreciate if you could measure the distance.

Yes. Much more adjustment.  I can move the lever 1.5" closer to the bar. 

Its a nice looking bike for sure but why are you packing that big red and black mattress on it?

15 hours ago, brysonrs said:

How do you like the N2D suspension? I've heard good things.

Top notch. It's a tough job getting these forks to act like KYB SSS, and it's pretty close.

54 minutes ago, widebear said:

Its a nice looking bike for sure but why are you packing that big red and black mattress on it?

6'3" with a 36" inseam

Awesome bike! Just wondering, but is your front brake line routed correctly? Can it go on the inside of the fork? Less chance it would get snagged.

23 minutes ago, katoom64 said:

Awesome bike! Just wondering, but is your front brake line routed correctly? Can it go on the inside of the fork? Less chance it would get snagged.

With the 90/100 tires debris hits the tires and snags the brake line and odo line.  The outside route has it's issues too...

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diaper seat

Rubber anointment

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That bike is insane!  I think the seat looks just fine.  You’re tall so it’s for function.  But I would be a bit disappointed with the fitment. Was the seat intended for a slightly different model?

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9 hours ago, Fatt_Tones said:

That bike is insane!  I think the seat looks just fine.  You’re tall so it’s for function.  But I would be a bit disappointed with the fitment. Was the seat intended for a slightly different model?

The seat is a custom requested Seat Concepts "Dual Sport Tall" complete seat with SC's 'firm' foam. I removed the cover, added another 1.25" of durometer 40 foam, sculpted and widened it another .25", and created a 'rut' for my tailbone in the foam.

4 minutes ago, THE KRAN said:

The seat is a custom requested Seat Concepts "Dual Sport Tall" complete seat with SC's 'firm' foam. I removed the cover, added another 1.25" of durometer 40 foam, sculpted and widened it another .25", and created a 'rut' for my tailbone in the foam.

 

I've been considering ordering one of their seats for my Husky.  Seems they're pretty popular.  I've tried EE seats which I think are pretty nice too and was infinitely more comfortable than the stock 2x4 board.   With a 30" inseam I have the opposite problem.

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