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    Junior Member Tornadomac's Avatar
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    Talking Many thanks Roland

    Hi All
    I am also new to this site but I find it a great source of information and also some cracking banter which I as a Squaddie love,had a cracking run out today,just love the bike,came up against small prob,my temp gauge went through the roof,ie well past the red,stopped checked no problem seen and bike carried on no problems,gauge seems to fluctuate,any ideas many thanks Mac

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    overheat probs

    If there was no warning light and no "H2O" flashing on the dash then you have no worries. It just mean you have revison A clocks. It's a known problem that'll be fixed by replacing the clocks with revision D and if your bike is still in warrenty then you can get it sorted for nowt. If it's not then someone on here will have a set hanging around. Also changing the clocks will stop them reseting every time you start it.
    Happened to me mate. Lots of good advice on here
    "If you have any poo - fling it now"

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    can i say also echo the others , im new here and its good so take your fights and gripes elsewhere , and leave the the bikers to have talks about bikes

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    You meet a better biker on a Benelli.
    45065 miles .And Replacement Cam ChainNo 4,Replacment clutch plates No 1,New Radiator , 3rd set of coil sticks, 2 nd DNA Filter, L E D rear light upgrade, Battery No 5 lithium. Upgraded battery cables.from 03/06/06 to 25/07/2020.

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    Good to see ya back ...


    Quote Originally Posted by walter ego View Post
    can i say also echo the others , im new here and its good so take your fights and gripes elsewhere , and leave the the bikers to have talks about bikes
    Quote Originally Posted by tonydoc View Post
    You meet a better biker on a Benelli.

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    Hey Ho! Let's Go!

    Strewth, forget this namby pamby solidarity shiite (take that, swear word filter) Where's the xxx dirt? Hook us up with some Haters!!! We want the HaterADE!!! Jeezz, l lurves a right proper stoush. ESPECIALLY someone who knocks MY R160...

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    new benelli owner

    hi i have only had my benelli for a few weeks loved that were the minority but been looking for some new shiny bits for it and have been disappointed with the amount thats out there how do you all cope

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    King of the Group-Buys Laurencewhite's Avatar
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    You just don't know where to look as there is quite a lot out there. What were you after?
    Oh, and welcome by the way.
    Laurence

    Benelli Tornado 900 LE No. 49
    Benelli 1130 TNT Titainium
    Benelli 1130 TRE-K
    Benelli 750 SEI
    Benelli 250 2c
    Benelli Motorella



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    adjustable clutch leaver as mine is a un adjustable one

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    King of the Group-Buys Laurencewhite's Avatar
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    adjustable clutch leaver as mine is a un adjustable one
    Contact Colin (Borat) on the forum as he is running a Group Buy on adjustable levers.

    Or if you want to stay with the original look you can get an adjustable lever here, (part #111.61.32) assuming you have a Tornado.
    Laurence

    Benelli Tornado 900 LE No. 49
    Benelli 1130 TNT Titainium
    Benelli 1130 TRE-K
    Benelli 750 SEI
    Benelli 250 2c
    Benelli Motorella



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