Search results

  1. J

    removing rear plastic - behind rear seat

    I need to get the passenger seat hinge out (or at least accessible) so that I can replace the broken part. I pulled out the 2 obvious bolts holding the small plastic part behind the passenger seat, and couldn't get it off. Suggestions, or an alternative means of access?
  2. J

    Brake and plate light out

    I've found that when one filament fails it often wiggles around, ends up touching the other filament, and the other fails in short order
  3. J

    Building NC700X suspension for sport/track riding?

    they have versions for sport riding too
  4. J

    Building NC700X suspension for sport/track riding?

    you might look into Ranger Point Precision fork upgrade for the NC the Ranger Precision stuff too. It's more expensive but, for street use, I like the idea of extra suspension travel. Around here I see more racers running Penske than Ohlins, but both are good.
  5. J

    Swing Arm Slider?

    Warp 9 Exhaust Slider - Toxic Moto Racing I have one of those on my race bike and imagine it would work on the NC as well
  6. J

    Will Folding Mirror for Africa Twin fit NC700X

    Honda 88210-MGS-D30 - Best Price on Honda MIRROR, R. BACK Parts at BikeBandit.com the right mirror is the same part
  7. J

    Lost a bolt ...what size is it I need to find?

    Is that not a special fender bolt? I agree that it's M6x1.0, 14mm sounds reasonable.
  8. J

    mikethebike

    36 is VERY small for a rear sprocket: the smallest I've seen stock on any bike is 38. Here in the US, stock gearing for a normal transmission is 16/43 and for DCT 16/39. I'm seeing that the later DCTs were 17/39. I thought I'd read of people changing the gearing on DCTs without a problem...
  9. J

    Passenger seat doesn't want to open

    has anyone else had this break?
  10. J

    2019: What did you do to/with your NC700 today?

    Yes, it's a skeletonized steel sprocket Given the cost and minimal weight savings vs Superlite I'm not a fan
  11. J

    would u pay $1000 to avoid a skinned knee??

    you don't need to spend $1000. you can get a decent option for $200.
  12. J

    would u pay $1000 to avoid a skinned knee??

    I agree that gloves are #2 on the list of gear. I've ridden down the street wearing shorts, t shirt, sandals... helmet, gloves.
  13. J

    would u pay $1000 to avoid a skinned knee??

    Yep. When people say they think jeans do anything, I remind them of playing on a playground in elementary school. I imagine that everyone fell down and skinned their knee through their jeans at least once. And that was with much less weight on it, at awfully low speed.
  14. J

    How long did your original clutch last?

    for anyone who was curious... his clutch is still fine, and I think I'm at 47k.
  15. J

    Brake Rotor Question

    I don't see how sticky pistons could cause pulsing (unless they caused the rotor to overheat and warp)
  16. J

    Passenger seat doesn't want to open

    has anyone else had that break? trying to figure out if I should just buy new OEM or if I ought to reinforce it
  17. J

    Brake Rotor Question

    If they swapped the rotor and it's pulsing like that, they need to make it right.
  18. J

    2019: What did you do to/with your NC700 today?

    I doubt most people have a vise big enough to reasonably use as a bead breaker - especially on something like the 130/80 I was removing. I bet that vise weighs as least as much as the Coats 205 tire machine I had.
  19. J

    Passenger seat doesn't want to open

    correct, it's what the seat bolts to
  20. J

    2019: What did you do to/with your NC700 today?

    Tacoma, if the humidity there is reasonable I'd highly recommend a mister to help cool you down I swapped the front tire and flushed the brake on mine. Since I sold my tire machine I had to get creative as far as bead breaker goes. I wonder how many people use a vise as one.
Top