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Old January 19th, 2011, 07:19 AM   #121
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I periodically go out to the garage and look at it. I get a grin when I think about the fun I'll be having in a few months. In the meantime, yesterday while I was shoveling, I got bored:

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Old January 19th, 2011, 08:42 AM   #122
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50wt oil is recommended in the ninjette when temps get over 105*. If your location has that types of temps, I'd fully agree that using a 50wt oil is a good choice. If not, your providing more internal drag for the engine at lower temps. With the small amount of HP these bikes produce, I would think the lightest (proper) oil you can get away with would be the better choice.

I use 40wt in my bike as that's what's recommended.

switch over to a full synth at 1000 miles... you'll be glad you did.
PG 2-47 of the Coffee Table Version of RTFM

○Although 10W-40 engine oil is the recommended oil
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In the attached image it shows 10w40 recommended for 14*F-104*F
It ALSO shows 20w50 recommended for 32*F to beyond 104*F

It does not state ANYWHERE that 20w50 CAN ONLY BE USED ABOVE 105*F

Oil covers an operating RANGE not a definite. I want an oil that covers the range I ride in all year round, especially when I can go from 115*F at 10am to 75*F by noon simply by taking a ride up to Flagstaff. I do not like having to stock "Winter Oil" and "Summer Oil". 20w50 covers ALL of my riding conditions on BOTH of my bikes. If I were racing all the time, or had a dedicated race bike, I would have a different approach and would most likely run a Straight weight oil rather then a dual rate for just such parasitic losses.

Now, to get on topic

Installed a Hotbodies Dark Smoke Double Bubble style fairing. Now my son can damn near sit upright and have the wind still be directed over his head. But it at least makes it easier for me to tuck down. Going to switch back to a 14T front sprocket as the bike is having a hard time with the steep grades with my fat butt in the saddle with the 15/42 gearing.

Also working on making a bracket to install a pair of 29mm round slide non-CV carbs just because they are sitting on the bench and I have a good range of jets for them
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Old January 21st, 2011, 04:28 PM   #123
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Old January 21st, 2011, 05:11 PM   #124
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Got my new GPS Ram Mount today...
Pics or it didn't happen.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 05:21 PM   #125
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Pirelli Strada 120/70ZR17 front tire mounted...

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New EBC brake pads with no issues in fit or bedding...

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Old January 21st, 2011, 05:50 PM   #126
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Got my new GPS Ram Mount today...
where'd you buy it? I need one for a GPS.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 06:17 PM   #127
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http://www.gpscity.com/ram-mount-gar...olt-mount.html

I'll have photos tomorrow.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 06:34 PM   #128
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Sweet, thanks! Going to get one once I have some money to spend.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 06:49 PM   #129
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Old January 21st, 2011, 07:27 PM   #130
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I just realized you're from Dallas/Fort Worth... I go to Richland Collegiate High School and I live in Addison during the week, I go back home to East Texas on most weekends. I keep my bikes in East Texas. I need to get a ride together sometime.
Ever been to Jefferson?
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Old January 21st, 2011, 09:51 PM   #131
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No, never been to Jefferson...

I'm not ready to ride with anyone just yet...I don't want to ride over my limits trying to keep up with another rider...I'm Slow-Moo Joe, and would be no fun to ride with...
Maybe by summer I'll be ready...
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Old January 22nd, 2011, 09:49 AM   #132
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I don't live in Jefferson, it just a cool place. I actually live closer to Mt. Pleasant/Pittsburg. There's all kinds of fun roads around there.

It's alright, I was just wondering if you've been there and I understand what you mean by riding over your head. It's a lot easier to ride with people who are faster than you if they stop at intersections.
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 09:55 AM   #133
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 11:53 AM   #134
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Battery Tender maintaining the voltage @ 13.08V...CHECK

Actually I need to move a few bikes and get the Ninja out of the corner, I have been riding the bikes in the front row, but not the Green Machine...I will make that my mission for the day!

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Old January 23rd, 2011, 12:03 PM   #135
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What did I do to my ninjette today?

I sold it ... now to find a 650...
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 12:07 PM   #136
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Wow those turn signal stick out a lot.
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Wow those turn signal stick out a lot.
Drivers can see them...
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 01:57 PM   #138
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slapped the bettery tender on my bikes as it didn't get out of the 60's today, which means it will be frigid tonight.
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 02:21 PM   #139
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Wow those turn signal stick out a lot.
The farther from the headlight the more effective/visible/safer your turn signals are for the rider, you are conveying your intentions to oncoming drivers. Unless you have made your turn signals considerably brighter than stock...flush mounts are for people more concerned with how they look then their actual saftey
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It's all good, I like it. I'm going to order one soon.
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 08:30 PM   #141
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Added a 12volt adapter, and went for a small ride today...The ram mount makes it easy to see, and hear the gps...Absolutely no vibration, and very easy to adjust...The ram mount is so good, that I,m thinking of getting another one for my camera...
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 08:31 PM   #142
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Backed it out of the garage, and fired it up.
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Installed an '08 shock in my '05. Short report here.

Took a short ride, first in over a month.
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 10:16 PM   #144
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Took a short ride, first in over a month.
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Old January 24th, 2011, 07:06 AM   #145
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The farther from the headlight the more effective/visible/safer your turn signals are for the rider, you are conveying your intentions to oncoming drivers. Unless you have made your turn signals considerably brighter than stock...flush mounts are for people more concerned with how they look then their actual saftey
agreed. It looks like the 06-07 ones stick out even farther than those on my '04. If anybody who has converted to flush mounts for looks wants to send me their 06-07 turn signals, I'll take em
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Old January 24th, 2011, 07:25 AM   #146
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Added a 12volt adapter, and went for a small ride today...The ram mount makes it easy to see, and hear the gps...Absolutely no vibration, and very easy to adjust...The ram mount is so good, that I,m thinking of getting another one for my camera...
I created a camera mount myself using the ram arm. You can buy one from them or you can take a 1/4" bolt, washer and lock nut and put them into a plastic ball that comes on a tarp bungie thing. The threads on most camera's are 1/4".



the ones I had, had a lip around the middle of the ball that needed to be ground off, but once I did that, it fit perfectly into the ram arm.
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I created a camera mount myself using the ram arm. You can buy one from them or you can take a 1/4" bolt, washer and lock nut and put them into a plastic ball that comes on a tarp bungie thing. The threads on most camera's are 1/4".



the ones I had, had a lip around the middle of the ball that needed to be ground off, but once I did that, it fit perfectly into the ram arm.
You're the man... Thanks for the heads up...
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I like your gas cap, did you painted it or replaced it?

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I like your gas cap, did you painted it or replaced it?
Nope...It was on the bike when I bought it...Is that not a stock cap???
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It looks the same but the color is different. mine is raw aluminum I think. Looks good in black.

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Old January 24th, 2011, 11:39 AM   #151
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Over the weekend I started my bike up for the first time since early December, repositioned the connector for my battery tender so it is more accessible, and I installed my no cut brake modulator. All in all, it was a good weekend.

The only thing that would've made it better would be if I would've gone for a little ride somewhere.
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Thanks...Never thought I would own a pre gen, but I love that lil bike...
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Photos of my 12v power supply...Anyone have a better spot for the mount???
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The farther from the headlight the more effective/visible/safer your turn signals are for the rider, you are conveying your intentions to oncoming drivers. Unless you have made your turn signals considerably brighter than stock...flush mounts are for people more concerned with how they look then their actual saftey
I'm concerned more of safety and comfort... But I have flush mounts. I checked and compared them to stock signals (at night) and the flush mounts I have are brighter than the stock ones.

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Nope...It was on the bike when I bought it...Is that not a stock cap???
Black gas caps are stock. I plan on polishing mine like I did my levers.
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I thought they were only raw aluminum color.
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I thought they were only raw aluminum color.
Not on any I've seen. One of my friends with an '03 has green bike and had a black gas cap and he polished his cap, too.

If they made it raw aluminum, it would look bad because they cast the caps, and cast aluminum looks bad and is rough unless polished or machined, trust me on that. To make them look good, the boys at Kawasaki would have to either:
A) Machine the tops (expensive).
B) polish the caps(also a waste of time for employess).
or C) sand or sand blast them (Also costs money).

And you have to be more careful with these polished/sanded/machined parts or you will ruin the finish on them. Paint is harder to make look bad, easier to keep parts uniform looking.
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Can you post photos of the levers???
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Photos of my 12v power supply...Anyone have a better spot for the mount???
Looks great, I like it there.

I installed mine HERE.
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