C R Fowler
I love it! It beats the pants off a beemer. Did you do any mods to the suspension? Tell me about it. Thanks
on 2005-Feb-12 10:26:53 Anonymous coward said
The only mods carried out to the suspension are the 1200 rear shocks fitted.
on 2005-Feb-12 11:10:40 Anonymous coward said
Other mods are, Polsport enduro headlamp unit and mudgaurds, Continental tires, rentahl bars, temp and fuel gauge cut off of original 1100 instrument cluster, panaram speedo unit, goodridge brake lines.
on 2005-Feb-12 11:13:59 Anonymous coward said
GL1000 saddle, missed it out but the tires are Continental Twinduro 140/17 rear, 110/19 front. Cant remember name of exhaust down pipes but they are aftermarket ones, silencers `cherry bomb' type from custom shop. I now have Rickman loop type engine protection bars fitted
on 2005-Jul-17 20:14:46 Anonymous coward said
Awesome looking enduro. I'd hate to have to pick it up after a spill.
on 2005-Jul-31 13:12:36 Anonymous coward said
As some of teh extra bits have been removed its not to bad to pick up. The opposite is true, the width of teh engine means you can get stuck in teh ruts, the bike wont lean at all then :)
on 2005-Oct-13 05:40:23 Anonymous coward said
How does it do in the sand dones?
on 2006-Aug-03 20:55:15 Anonymous coward said
A bit of a late reply, sorry. Never tried it out in sand dunes as we dont have any near where I live. Wouldnt want to try though as I think it would sink and the bike and rider would never be found