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« Last post by BuRP on Today at 05:03:23 pm »
One explanation could be that the rear also is not quite round, hence the noticeability could depend on the relative positions of the wheels either negating or reinforcing each other, another could be that it is temperature hence shockabsorbing dependent.
But this is splitting hairs now, who cares: it's an old tyre already clearly worn out of round, out of balance but (now only weight-wise) balanced... put a new one on and check the balancing regularly!
KTM LC8 1050 / 1190 / 1290 / Re: 1190R Broken Frame
« Last post by m0lt3n on Today at 04:56:28 pm »
Apologies. I thought you were referring to a video with some actual difficult terrain.
No I agree, that terrain in that vid isn't that tough.

Why not rather show me one more instance where the 1190 frame broke at that spot? That random vid is the only case I know of and I follow a lot of 1190 pages.

But you missed my point, I am saying that the old bikes do not take the same kind of shots as current generation bikes as they were simply to slow. Maybe one hard impact but then it takes 5km to get back up to speed while the current Gen bikes are already taking shots again in that 5km.
130 on gravel isn't fast

But this all is a moot point, pointless discussion. The extend any bike will be exposed to abuse is determined by the rider's willingness to accept damage to his bike. How deep his pockets are.
General Bike Related Banter / Re: Chain stretch - GS800
« Last post by BuRP on Today at 04:54:38 pm »
Oompie vertel weer daai wat oom Írens verduidelik het dat die dit nie stretch maar....???

Correct, chains don't stretch, but they wear hence all the play makes them longer.
Look at the pic above your post if you need proof?
Wild Dog Pictures / Re: Drone fotos/videos
« Last post by Captain Zef on Today at 04:52:36 pm »
Franschoek pass. DJI Mavic Pro
Uhh Dwerg,

don't want to be funny, but...
- to get the dash's MyRide to work the Bluetooth must be set to 'On' (I forgot this myself lol)
- and of course the phone's bluetooth must be On when you want to use the paired system
If that still does not work then off to the dealer.
Mind, my (i)phone says 'no bike connected' when my bluetooth is (normally!) off, but I can still use the app - so the phone-bit is working then!
General Bike Related Banter / Re: Which enduro
« Last post by Serf on Today at 04:40:54 pm »
I have a YZ 125 at Offroad cycles if you are interested.

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Wild Dog Pictures / Re: Drone fotos/videos
« Last post by Captain Zef on Today at 04:38:46 pm »
You fly that drone like a pro and your editing is brilliant


+1, baie braaf.  Ek sÍ vir my Spark baai elke keer wanneer ek opstyg, nooit seker of hy weer gaan terugkom nie.  Daar is baie riller stories daar buite oor sogenaamde 'fly-aways'.

I disliked my Spark so much i did not care whether it fell in the ocean lol. That helps.
mmmm...... when you switch on you should first see the bluetooth sign activate at the bottom left of the screen next to the time, and then shortly after, "GPS" appears next to it, indicating that you are linked to the nav app.
My GPS sou gelog het ja. Ek is net dom met die sagteware. Sal gaan kyk of ek regkom.
KTM LC8 1050 / 1190 / 1290 / Re: 1190R Broken Frame
« Last post by eberhard on Today at 04:17:49 pm »
If you do not know what video, then why did you chip in?
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