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That was a really wild concept powered by the Subaru WRX engine. Well, Ian's at it again, he had been tossing around the idea of a diesel bike for some time and thought, "Hey, Subaru makes a diesel, it's more compact than the gasoline engine, it's powerful, gets great mileage, why not? " So he sat down and got to work. He says making the engine fit was relatively easy, but he also decided to differentiate the diesel bike from the original with new bodywork, swingarms, and a different turbo layout. Kickboxer AWD diesel concept by Ian McElroy The standard bike features lightweight composite bodywork, under seat radiator, front mounted intercooler, LED lighting, and under engine turbocharger.
Kickboxer AWD diesel motorcycle concept by Ian McElroy Ian is a stickler for detail, on his first Kickboxer design, Ian said, "I designed the model to be accurate and realistic enough to build a real bike from. Suzuki SV650 Forum: SV650, SV1000, Gladius Forums. On Your Bike! - SV650.org - SV650 & Gladius 650 Forum. TPS Adjustment Step-by-Step Pictorial Guide - SV650.org - SV650 & Gladius 650 Forum. ThrottlePositionSensor (TPS) Adjustment Step-By–Step Guide **Before undertaking this modification, I strongly recommend that you read the instructions through from start to finish & have them to hand during the process** You will need: A length of fairly thin wire (multi-core like the stuff you get on the end of cheap jap speakers is what I found worked best) A Size 25 Security Torx bit (available here, product number 285-9488) 1: You will need to make your ‘dealer mode tool’… Simply take a piece of wire about 3 inches long and strip back about 8mm of the insulating sheath (twist the cores together on multi-core cable). 2: Undo the side panels under the saddle… And remove the saddle… 3: Undo the tank retaining bolts… Lift the tank & prop up with the tank prop (surprisingly!!)
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