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  1. Have you joined the beta program to help test our new mobile app?
  2. Question: I realize the arrow is not necessary on the “typical “ desktop, but do you find the arrow gets in the way, or are you just pointing out that it’s unnecessary?
  3. When you receive a notification about my reply, please reply back so I can test if I’m getting the same issue. Also let Nd know if you’re on Android or iOS
  4. ok, after much playing around with it. From what i can tell, if the notification count is higher than 2 digits, and the icon is on the right edge of the screen, apple can't fit the 3 digit number. I was able to replicate this with the built in iOS mail app by adding one of my junk email accounts that had literally thousands of unread messages. If you drag the app over to another column that isn't on the right edge, it should display correctly. But I couldn't test this with the TT app directly since I'm in the app so often, I never have a 3 digit number. But that worked with the ios mail app when I tried it
  5. That usually happens when a web browser is holding expired web files in the cache. It will usually resolve itself within a few hours, but you can force it to update by clearing your browser cache (temporary intent files).
  6. That's an old photo from when I was working out and dieting. I'm not in as good of shape these days.
  7. I'll be sure to put in a request that the server hardware checks with you first before failing to make sure it only breaks at a time you find convenient.
  8. My bad. I couldn't resist (mostly because it would be so &%$#@!ing awesome if it actually happened one year)
  9. Yeah, I'm skeptical too. But man would it be awesome if it turns out to be true
  10. They'd need a 20lb battery just to power a starter motor big enough to kick that beast over.
  11. I have a feeling there's going to be a lot of people hounding their local dealer to be first in line for an aluminum frame updated CR500 http://dirtbikelover.com/2020-honda-announces-limited-editon-cr500/
  12. As you said, loosen the bottom triple clamp bolts, also if front axle has pinch bolts loosen those as well. Hold the front break and pump the forks several times and everything should line back up. You may need to stand in front of the bike with the front wheel held between your legs and manually twist the bars a little to get it lined up straight. Once you have it where it visually looks straight, just make sure to hold the front break and pump the forks serval times as the last step before you tighten everything back down again.
  13. This is usually because there is some type of notice on your account waiting for you to take action on it. It could be anything from your email address is bouncing back to us, or notice posted by a moderator, etc. All of these are also sent via email as well, so you should have seen it and been able to acknowledge it directly from your email. But if you miss the email, you can just visit your profile (or really any page of the website) and the notice will show up for you to acknowledge. https://thumpertalk.com/profile/536197-danmustang96/ P.S. Any notices only show if you're logged in with your own account. Guests or other users of the site can not see them.
  14. It's also EXTREMELY useful if you ride mountains or other places with big elevation changes. 2000+ feet change in elevation can make for miserable stalling. Having a quick way to adjust is priceless in those situations.
  15. Browse to the forum that best matches your bike or subject you need help with. Once in the appropriate forum, tap the "create topic" button. https://thumpertalk.com/forums/
  16. That's usually because your account is brand new and hasn't been validated yet. I just checked and your account is validated now so you can post in any of the forums.
  17. We've FINALLY got the fix for this. The update was just sent through to apple for approval, and you should be receiving an app update in the next 24-72 hours that resolves the image upload issue.
  18. You guys will be safe for at least a year. The 9th upheld the temporary enjoining of the ballot question. Now that the enjoining is permanent, they won't issue a stay on the ruling (that would have already happened today if they were going to). And the appeal will likey be upheld by the 3 judge panel. So your safe until the enbanc appeal which won't even get to that for about a year at the soonest. Enjoy while you can.
  19. At least not until someone figures out how to make a mini fusion reactor to power these things
  20. Amen to that. My RV has a one piece fiberglass roof. It came loose down the entire 40 feet length during a nasty wind storm in the high desert. 2 rolls of duct tape later and the roof was back in place, survived the weekend and the 250 mile drive back home at 70mph no problem. If you can't fix it with duct tape, you're not using enough duct tape!
  21. Our ID is actually thumpertalkco-20 (i fixed it in your post). But even the first link i posted to the auto section will still work. The way amazon works, is once you click any thumpertalk link to amazon, no matter what you add to your cart on amazon within 24 hours of clicking the link, it will still give credit to TT. So you can use a link like the one you posted (with our tag=thumpertalkco-20)....or you can use the link I posted. Either one will credit TT for the next 24 hours no matter where you go on amazon after that. Thanks again for supporting us!!!
  22. Thanks for thinking of us. Every little bit helps pay for the web servers and software, so we do appreciate it. Shop on Amazon with this link to support ThumperTalk
  23. So... Is the general consensus that having a dedicated "builds" forum would be more useful than just building a garage? And if we did create a build forum we'd need a couple volunteers to find and move old build topics to the new build forum.
  24. 0 reviews

    POWER Engine 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, 16-valve, liquid-cooled Displacement 948cc Bore x Stroke 73.4 x 56.0mm Compression Ratio 11.8:1 Maximum Torque 73.1 lb-ft @ 7,700 rpm Fuel System DFI® with 36mm Keihin throttle bodies Ignition TCBI with electronic advance Transmission 6-speed, return shift Final Drive Sealed chain PERFORMANCE Front Suspension / Wheel Travel 41mm inverted fork with rebound damping and spring preload adjustability/4.7 in Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel Horizontal back-link, stepless rebound damping, adjustable spring preload/5.5 in Front Tire 120/70 ZR17 Rear Tire 180/55 ZR17 Front Brakes Dual 300mm petal-style discs with four-piston calipers, ABS Rear Brakes Single 250mm petal-style disc with single-piston caliper, ABS DETAILS Frame Type Trellis, high tensile steel Rake/Trail 24.5°/4.1 in Overall Length 81.3 in Overall Width 32.5 in Overall Height 41.9 in Ground Clearance 5.1 in Seat Height 31.3 in Curb Weight 463.1 lb/458.6 (non-ABS)** Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal Wheelbase 57.1 in Color Choices Metallic Flat Spark Black/Metallic Spark Black, Metallic Moondust Gray/Ebony Warranty 12 Month Limited Warranty Kawasaki Protection Plus™ (optional) 12, 24, 36 or 48 months
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