Take that little 125cc out and stick in a 250 or something - there is enough room.....;)
now there's a thought! I wonder if I can fit a 250 v-shaped 2 cylinder in there!
Yeah fit it in front of the engine frame, behind the front wheel cover/arch.
I have just done 180km in the dark and in the rain, over unfamiliar lakeland country hills and bends after passing my CBT this morning.
NEVER NEVER NEVER again
I'm a cheap rider.
I wouldn't be doing it if it wasn't so cheap, so yes, to save the pennies, I will be braving every sort of weather!:eek:
You will be dismayed how quick the finish will go on your bike once they start plastering the road with salt.
oh yes...kiss thy bodywork goodbye..
This is why a friend of mine uses his prized Suzuki GS550 in the summer, yet in the winter brings out the Black Pig, his prized Reliant. Warm and pretty salt proof.
My horn arrived today. I will try and fit it this weekend :) . I will do a before and after video or at least a recording to see the difference
Well the new horn is just about fitted. There was no chance of it going where the original was but I found another place for it under the fairing.
The horn is not quite as loud as I expected. It is slightly louder than my original but not much.
The tone is definately different though. The original was a bike characteristic "meeeeeep". This has definately got a much deeper tone and sounds more like a car horn.
Not sure what it is doing anywhere else weather wise but down here I am taking bets on how far I get before I get blown over!! Shoudl be fun :D
My motorcycle is a little bit older... i'm restoring a 1931 James.