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    I'm sure the original Italian version is perfectly clear
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [136,351 km - and counting .....]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    I'm sure the original Italian version is perfectly clear

    No, è altrettanto male
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    Just to update this, After I refitted the standard exhaust it was much better, as I'd already booked a remote session with Alex at Maniac motors I let him have a look at it, he did some jiggery pokery voodoo stuff on the map, ran a few tests and told me the TPS might be bad as I had a little bit of jerkiness when riding through the villages round here (30 kph max). I went out for a "shake down" today & it's spot on, a very small amount of stuttering, almost unnoticeable through the villages, but what can you expect when doing a constant 25-30 kph. To be honest it may just be me being overly picky as I'm looking for the problem. So I'm a happy man

    Can't wait for the warmer weather now so I can start using it properly, the cold weather affects the arthritis in my knees so I find it difficult to throw my leg over the bike & have to resort to the boring cruiser bike

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