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Thread: Jammo’s Lxr

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    Brisbane, looks like 8.5 hours away from Newcastle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin82 View Post
    Brisbane, looks like 8.5 hours away from Newcastle.
    Haha if i had a license id meet ya half way


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    get a "easy out" its a common problem for lxr's as the cradle stretches's and pulls down on the bottom of the engine, make sure you replace those bolts with quality bolts with loctite,
    as for too snappy, change the front sprocket out, i personally dont change tubes in my motorcycle rims, whether its china or jap or euro, i take mine into a motorcycle shop, i did work at one and do it as i pleased, but those day's have been and gone hahaha
    hold on to it, youll love it, heck if the T4 pipe is real, RRP they were like 400+
    tb kit is like 900 odd, just try ride it some more, play with the suspension, change the fork fluid/put new seals in and try make it more fluid so you can keep up with the beast
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    Quote Originally Posted by xLOCOx View Post
    get a "easy out" its a common problem for lxr's as the cradle stretches's and pulls down on the bottom of the engine, make sure you replace those bolts with quality bolts with loctite,
    as for too snappy, change the front sprocket out, i personally dont change tubes in my motorcycle rims, whether its china or jap or euro, i take mine into a motorcycle shop, i did work at one and do it as i pleased, but those day's have been and gone hahaha
    hold on to it, youll love it, heck if the T4 pipe is real, RRP they were like 400+
    tb kit is like 900 odd, just try ride it some more, play with the suspension, change the fork fluid/put new seals in and try make it more fluid so you can keep up with the beast
    Appreciate all the info cheers mate


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    Quote Originally Posted by xLOCOx View Post
    get a "easy out" its a common problem for lxr's as the cradle stretches's and pulls down on the bottom of the engine, make sure you replace those bolts with quality bolts with loctite,
    as for too snappy, change the front sprocket out, i personally dont change tubes in my motorcycle rims, whether its china or jap or euro, i take mine into a motorcycle shop, i did work at one and do it as i pleased, but those day's have been and gone hahaha
    hold on to it, youll love it, heck if the T4 pipe is real, RRP they were like 400+
    tb kit is like 900 odd, just try ride it some more, play with the suspension, change the fork fluid/put new seals in and try make it more fluid so you can keep up with the beast
    The zokes and pipe are genuine. Gonna put a standard turn throttle on , quarter turn is rubbish with this thing.


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