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Hello! I can buy a new tornado rs. ( 20 km and produced in 2004) But wich modifications i have to do when i'm a tornado owner?
Is it really nessasary to do some things? Or is it envy feelings...
Thanks so lot! :bow:
 

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Hello. Biggest Mod I could suggest is " modify your choice and buy my RS and get all the extras could ever want !". Only clutch springs are issue but apart from that they are sorted.ps did I mention I have an RS for sale ! Lol
 

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Gawd you 2 are like a couple of whores standing on a street corner telling anyone who will listen that your minge is for sale :rolling: :rolling:
 

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And you know about this sort of beheavior because . . . . .:rolling:
Erm... My mate told me that kind of thing goes on :p

Tell you what though love, I dont fancy yours if its Yellow :rolling:
 

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Hello! I can buy a new tornado rs. ( 20 km and produced in 2004) But wich modifications i have to do when i'm a tornado owner?
Is it really nessasary to do some things? Or is it envy feelings...
Thanks so lot! :bow:
But what are the modifications on a RS? I read the most terrable things...!
Starter, dynamo, mappings... Etc... please tell me! Lol!
 
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Friend the only mod i have had done was the pipe from the air box that used to drop water on the middle plug/coil.
As far as i no there was nothing else that needed doing. A re-map seems to depend on the bike/ exhaust fitted.
BUT Engenia or colintornado or Laurencewhite will tell you 4 sure. PM them if they don't spot this thread
 

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But what are the modifications on a RS? I read the most terrable things...!
Hey Vincent, about the only thing you should check is the alternator drive shaft / Z25 gear. You can tell if it's the latest by removing the clutch cover & checking that both the gear & the shaft have triangles etched into the metal, and are lined up. If you can't see them, replace them, they're relatively cheap.
There are a couple of instances of clutches with problems, but these seem to be isolated, so I wouldn't be too worried - unless they are VERY noisy & vibrate.
In general, though, the RS has been a pretty robust model.
 
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