3 passes on "new" GPZ + some questions
dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Tue Aug 21 05:18:03 PDT 2007
Yep, ditto on the ZRX bars. The LSL bars are just too danged wide to suit me.
Paul Heim <SuprHtr at columbus.rr.com> wrote: Charles typo'd! He meant ZRX1200. And they do feel better than the LSL, at
least to me.
Congratulations on your new ride, George!
Paul in Ohio
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> Thanks Charles!
> That was prompt!
> Almost 12 o'clock here and I'm still in my office - and should be
> preparing tomorrows lessons ...
> Charles Scappaticci schrieb:
>> Very cool George. I soooooo want to ride those passes someday.
>> I'd suggest the ZXR1200 handlebar. It's a bit pricey, but the bar is
>> made for the controls and matches up very nicely. It's a bit narrower
>> than the LSL, and has a bit more pullback.
>> Charles S.
>> Barblan wrote:
>>> yesterday I did the three passes Susten- Furka - Grimsel an my "new"
>>> Geeper with my friend Ignaz.
>>> Beautiful drive!
>>> See: http://www.igu.ch/Moto/07_saison/07_index.htm
>>> You can have fun without handlebar risers. But today I still have a
>>> funny feeling in my hands.
>>> I'll put on my LSL as soon as I get a new handle bar.
>>> The original LSL handle bar seems not to be available any more.
>>> The bike needs a valve adjustment and carb synchronization.
>>> Then the steering head bearing is not tight enough. Could that be the
>>> reason for head shakes between 60 - 80 km/h (bad if I let go of the
>>> If I brake with the front brakes: vibrations. Probably I'll have to
>>> replace the brake disks ....
>>> Thanks for all feedback!
>>> Have a good week!
>>> George, Thun, Switzerland 1 + 1 GPZs
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