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The Kneeslider — Motorcycle News for Positive People Julian Farnam and his Yamaha RD400 Dirtbag Challenge build photo: Motorcyclist magazine After the last couple of articles about Ken Fontenot's Honda CB160 and Suzuki GT500 , I was thinking about how much money it takes to build a bike that looks really good. A comment on Ken's Honda build represents one point of view, downplaying the results a bit because he figured there must have been a lot of money thrown at the bike. While I'm sure that bike wasn't cheap, a lot of what went into it was time, labor and attention to detail, something anyone can afford, but few are willing to pay. On the heels of that comment, I was reading through the latest Motorcyclist magazine and came across an article on the Dirtbag Challenge (Geez guys, you couldn't come up with a better name?)
Kickboxer Diesel and All Wheel Drive Kickboxer diesel motorcycle concept by Ian McElroy Remember Ian McElroy's Kickboxer? 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. Kickboxer Diesel and All Wheel Drive
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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: TPS Adjustment Step-by-Step Pictorial Guide - SV650.org - SV650 & Gladius 650 Forum
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