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Woonjas

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  1. Woonjas

    XR600R 88-up EFI

    I'd be interested. I've been struggling with the carb on my '93 XR600R for a while. I understand the magics but lack practical experience and patience. EFI sounds like a win [emoji106]
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    Large Adventure Bikes

    Here's my '90 Yamaha XTZ750 Super Ténéré. It'll do fine on dry dirt, but wet mud will quickly stop being fun. Rode the Mississippi Hill Country loop a few weeks ago with a small group and we got stuck in a super slick clay section, a few days after it had rained. Pushing heavy bikes up a hill with three people with the rear tire spinning at idle in 90F+ weather gets old real quick. (So glad I wasn't alone or I would've had to abandon my bike and walk out)
  3. Too bad neither the XTZ660, XTZ750 nor the XT660Z have made it to the US. The first two are now old enough to be able to import, the latter will be a while before it will be feasible.
  4. Woonjas

    Garrett Poucher and Skyler Howes Dakar 2019

    Cool to see Americans in the Dakar. Who knows, it might actually get some coverage in the US
  5. Woonjas

    RAM Mounts Ball Base

    'Universal' mount for GPS cradle, aqua box for smartphone
    Ideal for mounting GPS or smartphone (in waterproof bag)
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    RAM Mounts U-Bolt Mount

    Ideal for mounting GPS or smartphone (in waterproof bag)
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    Corbin Canyon Dual Sport

    Much more comfortable compared to the OEM seat, however there are to things I'm not happy with: - The front seat is a bit bowl shaped where it collects water in the rain if the bike's on the center stand. - The seat cover is too smooth/slippery
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    Corbin Canyon Dual Sport

    5 reviews

    FEATURES Let's get you comfortable! Mike Corbin and his Workshop of Wizards have designed this attractive saddle for the exciting Ducati ST. This extraordinary motorcycle is designed for the Sport Touring environment and Corbin's saddle design provides the comfort to rack up the miles! Engineered to provide the perfect blend of rider comfort and the usual Corbin sleek styling. The Canyon Dual Sport saddle provides total comfort for both rider and passenger on the ST. The sculpted riding positions disperse body weight across a greater area so the rider and passenger enjoy mile after mile of comfort. Neutralized seating positions curb the tendency to slide towards the tank under braking conditions, this helps to eliminate rider fatigue. For even greater passenger comfort, this model accepts the removable backrest which is fully adjustable to provide a tailored fit to your co-pilot's posture. This saddle works with our new Ovalbac design backrests for ultimate comfort and very cool looks. The #02-S model backrest (shown) comes coordinated to your saddle and even has removable rear finishing plates that offer further custom options. Shown here we used a Carbon-Fiber look finishing plate to keep the sportbike theme... we also offer a standard leather look if you choose. Leather seating panels are included along with a wide range of decorating options. Our Carbon Fiber style leather adds excitement and comfort! We use vinyl in the side panels to support the foam shape and keep your saddle looking sharp longer. We now have two versions of this seat model available. Our Standard model and a new Close version. Corbin's Close version sits you closer to the bars for an easier reach. This model (Standard) has a longer seating position up front to allow you to slide back further in the seat and get behind the fairing on long rides. Some Ducati riders prefer a seating position closer to the tank for a more "canyon carving" posture. To determine which is best for you, just click on the photo for complete information.
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    Honda ST1100 (1993)

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    Love it. Lots of torque, decent fuel consumption, comfortable for long distances, cargo capacity ... Sold it in 2017 at 163k miles.
  10. Woonjas

    Honda ST1100 1993

    Love it. Lots of torque, decent fuel consumption, comfortable for long distances, cargo capacity ...
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    Honda XR600R (1993)

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    Still getting used to kickstart the beast. Needs some serious maintenance before I can offer a proper review.
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    Honda XR600R 1993

    Still getting used to kickstart the beast. Needs some serious maintenance before I can offer a proper review.
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