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    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...
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    https://www.nc700-forum.com/forum/attachment.php?a...

    https://www.nc700-forum.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=36403&d=1527385210

    I've found that when one filament fails it often wiggles around, ends up touching the other filament, and the other...
  3. they have versions for sport riding too

    they have versions for sport riding too
  4. you might look into Ranger Point Precision fork...

    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...
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    Warp 9 Exhaust Slider - Toxic Moto Racing...

    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. Honda 88210-MGS-D30 - Best Price on Honda MIRROR,...

    Honda 88210-MGS-D30 - Best Price on Honda MIRROR, R. BACK Parts at BikeBandit.com the right mirror is the same part
  7. Is that not a special fender bolt? I agree...

    Is that not a special fender bolt?

    I agree that it's M6x1.0, 14mm sounds reasonable.
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    36 is VERY small for a rear sprocket: the...

    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...
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    has anyone else had this break?

    has anyone else had this break?
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    Sticky: Yes, it's a skeletonized steel sprocketGiven the...

    Yes, it's a skeletonized steel sprocketGiven the cost and minimal weight savings vs Superlite I'm not a fan
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    you don't need to spend $1000. you can get a...

    you don't need to spend $1000. you can get a decent option for $200.
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    I agree that gloves are #2 on the list of gear. ...

    I agree that gloves are #2 on the list of gear.

    I've ridden down the street wearing shorts, t shirt, sandals... helmet, gloves.
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    Yep. When people say they think jeans do...

    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...
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    for anyone who was curious... his clutch is still...

    for anyone who was curious... his clutch is still fine, and I think I'm at 47k.
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    I don't see how sticky pistons could cause...

    I don't see how sticky pistons could cause pulsing (unless they caused the rotor to overheat and warp)
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    has anyone else had that break? trying to...

    has anyone else had that break?

    trying to figure out if I should just buy new OEM or if I ought to reinforce it
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    If they swapped the rotor and it's pulsing like...

    If they swapped the rotor and it's pulsing like that, they need to make it right.
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    Sticky: I doubt most people have a vise big enough to...

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

    correct, it's what the seat bolts to
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    Sticky: Tacoma, if the humidity there is reasonable I'd...

    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...
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    well, I found something that at least contributes...

    well, I found something that at least contributes

    https://i.imgur.com/Y4ItEBY.png

    no clue if it's the only problem. I also noticed that the wear pattern on the rack was farther forward than it...
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    No, it doesn't. I had the same problem some...

    No, it doesn't.

    I had the same problem some with the seat so I doubt it's the rack, but I guess it's possible.
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    I just went and played around with it for a few...

    I just went and played around with it for a few minutes. The right (throttle/brake control) side will unlatch easily as long as I'm not pulling up. The left side doesn't want to come up period.
    ...
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    Given that I have a rack with a gashole, it isn't...

    Given that I have a rack with a gashole, it isn't the only way to access my tank... but I'd like to be able to run the passenger seat too.

    When I've gotten it open in the past and poked around,...
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    I've tried pushing down and sometimes it does the...

    I've tried pushing down and sometimes it does the trick but far from always
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