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Looks like it is time for a tech session, so get your farkles and service parts ready. I talked with Raffy and came up with Nov 13th for the next tech session. If you plan to have work done on your bike please post what you need done, or if you are just observing/helping out. We will make this tech session conditional on weather.

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12K service and maybe relocating V1 to BMR shelf.



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We will make this tech session conditional on weather

Does the garage have a leaky roof???

I may want to install a small Blue Sea fuse box on the 1200GS...

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Not an LT project....

but a K1200R project.

Thanks Rob for hosting a session.

The projects are on Wolfgang:
1- mount the radar detector
2- open up the second snorkle
3- install the Gerbings connection



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Wink One more ride instead.

Friday, November 11th is a Federal holiday, Veteran's Day. We have a ride planned over the three day weekend into the Trinity range up north. Hoping the weather holds up for one more overnighter before the long winter's nap.

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Question Tech session

Change Transmission Fluid & final drive to synthic oil. What time and where?

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I have a bunch of stuff to do... but am waiting for the 36k... I am at 34k now... but not sure I will be ready for the service by the 13th...

However I will come and help out if I have nothing to do on the bike... will see how close I can get....

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Tech sessions start at 9am, we usually have a couple LT's stripped and our adding farkles or doing a service. You can work on your bike, help others or just watch. We usually have approximately 15 bikes show up and help work on about 6 bikes at once. This is just a bunch of riders who have enjoyed getting together and adding toys to our bikes. Lunch consists of homemade chili with corn bread, and usually other treats from other riders. Soda and water will be provided if you want something else feel free to bring it.

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I already have over 50k miles on the '00, need a 48K service, plus a couple other things to check And of course there is always the chili

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Tech Session Nov 13th

Provided I can get over the mountains from Reno, I would be planning on checking valve clearances and learning how to do a valve adjustment.

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Talking Tech Session Nov 13th

Just found out that I have to go to Ontaro next weekend. Only good part is I get to ride the LT.
Hope there will be another one soon

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Weather permiting, I plan to attend. Can give a hand, etc. Need to check small engine oil leak. Chile sounds good too.
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I need to take care of a few things:
  1. Move XM radio to a BMR Co-Pilot with GPS
  2. Install a BlueSea fuse box,
  3. Troubleshoot ground problem (maybe fixed when fuse box is installed),
  4. Replace wind deflectors (ones I have are sort of yellowed),
  5. Get PIAA's to work again (ground problem?),
  6. Change oil (if time or energy left)

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I'm in

I heard there might be a few more R bikes also.....

I've got a few lighting modifications to play with along with the power for an Street pilot and BMR shelf to install. Plus I may change the plugs.
This is all subject to my being able to wait for the 13th. Either way I should have time to help work on the other projects going on.

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Maybe its just me but ..Oil changes at these Tech Sessions seems like it would be a pain in the azz..what are you going to do with the old oil? take it with you..have Rob dump it for you?...seems like having the dealer do it for a few bucks or you doing it yourself at home (not me) may save a lot of headaches. again this is just me.

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What are ya trying to do Nelson, Start an Oil Thread?

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Nelson, oil is picked up with my recyclable trash every other week. Just need to put it in a 1 gallon milk jug. I should have a couple laying around. Looks like a few blue sea fuse boxes are getting put in. Rich hope you our up to all the fun! See you guys soon.

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i don't know how these things work, but if it's not too late i'd love help with 24k service, including checking valve lash and replacing fuel filter. valves should be okay as they were adjusted at 12k, but i've never replaced the fuel filter.
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I just recieved my HID kit from HID-Online and would sure welcome some help installing it. I would also like to observe and help out where I can.
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I am planning to stop by with the R1200RT. Need to lower the shift lever. You Know, a 20 minute job that will take me 2 hours.
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Pictures from todays tech session can be viewed here -

http://www.sealec.com/ted/album12

(they are loading as I type this so give it an hour or so for all 66 pics)


We had another successful tech session. I counted over 20 bikes in the garage and driveway through out the day. Lots of farkle additions and wiring projects got done. A big thanks to our in-house electrical guru Rich for working on my bike!! Raffy and Roger were still working on their inspection II's when I left at 4:30...

Thanks again to Rob and Gail for hosting and feeding us all

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Thumbs up Thanks for the pix!

Your Shredness-

I really wanted to stop by and join the gang for HDDC or your tech session, on my way home from Reno. Sadly my timing was off. Looks like you had a great time.

One of these days, the alignment of the moon and my positioning will all work to my advantage. Know that I did think of you guys.

Who owns the Nash? Very cute!

Nice photos. Thanks for posting them.

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Your Shredness-

I really wanted to stop by and join the gang for HDDC or your tech session, on my way home from Reno. Sadly my timing was off. Looks like you had a great time.

One of these days, the alignment of the moon and my positioning will all work to my advantage. Know that I did think of you guys.

Who owns the Nash? Very cute!

Nice photos. Thanks for posting them.

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Ted, Outstanding job with the camera today!

Rob, thanks for hosting a great Tech session.

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Hey Ted - and how 'bout the vinyl top, 455 c.i. '73 Riviera? (I think?)

And while I'm asking; what a terrific garage layout Rob has!!! I'm shamefully envious!! Looks like you folks had a great time, too.
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Well todays tech session was great fun, met a few new people, hope you enjoyed yourself. Final total was 20 or 21 bikes, worked on 9 bikes. I want to thank everyone who helped out today. And there was a lot of that going on. The weather was great, and a first all the chili didn't disappear. I actually had a bowl left over for dinner. Finish time for todays tech session was approximately 6:15 pm. Until next time ride safe and get those farkles so we have something to work on next time. Thanks Again Rob & Gail
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Rob and Gail:

Thank you for hosting us again and for the use of your lift. Made my work a lot easier. Nothing like new spark plugs. The bike ran like a scalded ape on the way home.

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A Huge Thank You...

To Rob and Gail for hosting the Tech Session. Sharing your time with us on your Sunday is greatly appreciated.

Wolfgang had lung surgery this afternoon and had an attending Nurse, literally, in the form of Jim. Thanks Jim for all the help. Pretty soon we'll have to tear into that RT of yours.

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Thanks Rob and Gail for hosting the tech session. Had a great time working on the bikes. It was fun to look at all the "other" bikes. I think our LTs were outnumbered today.

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Thanks Rob and Gail.....I learned a lot and enjoyed the chili and corn bread.....I guess I just might have to invest in some farkles........
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I need to thank Mike for being on his back most of the day working around my LT. And Phil for going to A&S to get me more supplies. Rich was active in helping to wire and button up the LT and of course John for his expertise and checking the valves. I owe you four a dinner at a HDDC. Or at least a good beer.

The pictures were great Ted. And Rob and Gail are just the best.

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Really enjoyed meeting you all. What a great group. The help and patience shown by everyone was humbling. It was interesting to watch someone working on their own project, overhear an issue with someone elses project clear across the garage, and chort in with some helpful advise. Some of you can truly multi task!
To Rob and Gail...thank you so much for your hospitality. A special thanks to Raffy and John for all the help with my HID kit. Wow, what a difference. I didn't realize there were so many critters along the highway and I only got flashed once ( so the adjustment must be right on).
Thank you all..God bless and ride safe.
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Well todays tech session was great fun, met a few new people, hope you enjoyed yourself. Final total was 20 or 21 bikes, worked on 9 bikes. I want to thank everyone who helped out today. And there was a lot of that going on. The weather was great, and a first all the chili didn't disappear. I actually had a bowl left over for dinner. Finish time for todays tech session was approximately 6:15 pm. Until next time ride safe and get those farkles so we have something to work on next time. Thanks Again Rob & Gail
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