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Thread: Help a newbie? Shift pattern confusion & flaky neutral

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevex View Post
    You've obviously not got Aprilia Performance' rear sets fitted...a T with a rear brake!

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    They look amazing! I might wait until summer though; ACF-50 and some waterproofs are probably a better buy at the moment...

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    I don't think I'm doing this forum a disservice by pointing you in the direction of Aprilia Performance's forum at http://www.rsvr.net/forums.html
    It's run by AP, who make / sell my rearsets, full of good advice etc.

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    I had an 04 Tuono and found that tapping it "gently" in to neutral from second worked best for me.
    Budding Authors, check this out. A friends venture.

    http://www.stickybooks.co.uk/index.html


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    I’m only posting here so there’s 4 consecutive posts from Yorkshire.
    Some people will tell you that slow is good Ė but Iím here to tell you that fast is better. Iíve always believed this, in spite of the trouble itís caused me. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba.
    Do Not Be Offended By Anything I Post. I Generally Talk Out Of My Arse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GC6269 View Post
    Iím only posting here so thereís 4 consecutive posts from Yorkshire.
    it's now 5
    Budding Authors, check this out. A friends venture.

    http://www.stickybooks.co.uk/index.html


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    Standard pegs. Oberon slave. Easy neutral.


    Had to post somethin to stop the Yorkshire rot !
    Tuono Racing + KTM 990 Adventure =

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    Quote Originally Posted by RossGuzzi View Post
    Standard pegs. Oberon slave. Easy neutral.


    Had to post something to stop the Yorkshire rot !
    You won't be able to stop us once we've become the "Independent State of Yorkshire" just need to set up a referendum..
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    It'd be just like brexit, if it didn't go the way the politicians want they'd demand another referendum as perhaps people didn't realise what they were voting for. Of course if it went "their way" the chance that people had made a mistake would never be brought up.God bless the "peoples republic of Yorkshire "

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