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Re: THIS IS SO COOL (pun intended0 Thanks for posting, might check these out.
Dale Kuxhaus
Apr 10
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5387
THIS IS SO COOL (pun intended0 http://news.motorbiker.org/blogs.nsf/dx/ventilate-your-biker-clothing-while-riding-in-the-heat-with-ventz.htm    d
ripcbx1
Apr 10
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5386
Re: File - OT Fridays OK, here's an off Friday post, but sent on a Tuesday, so 10 days ntice. Off Friday 4/11 is Free Friday at the Long Beach Grand Prix. I always go, and would
steve harte
Apr 1
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5385
File - OT Fridays This is the monthly reminder about the ground rules for Off Topic Fridays. 1) Keep it legal. I don't think this one really needs much discussion. 2) Keep it
hondanighthawk700s@yahoogroups.com
Apr 1
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Re: File - OT Fridays Dead site for a while, SO, shaking it up. Also, I saw a parts 700S in So Cal on Craigs for around $500. Do a search for Los Angeles. Bike was pretty much
steve harte
Mar 1
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File - OT Fridays This is the monthly reminder about the ground rules for Off Topic Fridays. 1) Keep it legal. I don't think this one really needs much discussion. 2) Keep it
hondanighthawk700s@yahoogroups.com
Mar 1
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Re: OT - Election year I second that Amen!! Might I add, please put your common sense thinking helmet on before entering your vote to the health of this beautiful country and it's
Steve Niska
Feb 6
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Re: OT - Election year AMEN! That's as religious as I'll get here! LOL. ... On Thu, 2/6/14, Billie Walsh wrote: Subject: [honda nighthawk 700s] OT - Election
steve harte
Feb 6
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OT - Election year This is as political as I get. I want to encourage everyone to be sure they are registered and to Vote this fall. I don't care what party you register in. I
Billie Walsh
Feb 6
#5380
 
5379
File - OT Fridays This is the monthly reminder about the ground rules for Off Topic Fridays. 1) Keep it legal. I don't think this one really needs much discussion. 2) Keep it
hondanighthawk700s@yahoogroups.com
Feb 1
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5378
Re: Fuel and Storage He felt Sta-bil was a good product also. He was just pointing out his experience that premium stays fresher for a much longer time without using any additional
Steve Niska
Jan 29
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Re: Cold riding! I live near Branson, pretty much the other side of the state.
a_change_of_plans
Jan 28
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5376
Re: Cold riding! Hi Steve H. You know, you really are spoiled having to endure those 361 days of fair weather riding this year! Lol... And yes you really need some rainfall.
Steve Niska
Jan 27
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Fuel and Storage ... We live kind of out in the boonies. Not quite as far as it was twenty+ years ago when I bought this place but..... Our electricity tends to have "issues"
Billie Walsh
Jan 27
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Re: Cold riding! Hence the saying, "Whatever floats your boat!" Common sense will take you far, is what I practice! It's not always perfect, but nothing is. Ride safe, smile
Steve Niska
Jan 27
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Re: Cold riding! I agree with your points. I've also wondered about today's fuel compared to what it used to be. I do know that it sure will foul things up if it just sits in
Steve Niska
Jan 27
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Re: Cold riding! I never did much in town riding but that doesn't sound too bad. I averaged between 40-45 highway and twisties, depending on how much fun I was having! And I
Steve Niska
Jan 27
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Re: Cold riding! Hey, I'm not an engineer, I'd just rather spend more at the pump and less at the shop. The compression on the NHS is not high compared to a modern car engine.
gblihov
Jan 26
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5370
Re: Cold riding! What kind of gas milage should I expect from my 700, seems I'm getting around 36 in town riding, that seems low, I also have a 91' NH 750 which gets about 45
noprobo1
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! OK, my take (simplistic). If it's not pinging, what's the point. If it is, bump it up a grade. My DR650 Suz pings on 87 when it's warm. So I throw in 89. My
steve harte
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! I agree with Abe here. Honda recommend 87 octane as the minimum octane for that engine. I ran premium in mine once in a while, and didn't notice any
Steve Niska
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Seems there are mixed opinions, as it should be, thanks to everyone for the advice. ... From: glaswiegan2001 To: hondanighthawk700s
noprobo1
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! 87 is fine why waste money on higher octane that you do not need. Malcolm 84 700S
glaswiegan2001
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Higher octane = less power, but more resistance to detonation, which is needed to run higher compression ratios. 1980s era Hondas run relatively low
abraham norfleet
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Thanks ... From: Dale Kuxhaus To: Nighthawks Sent: Sun, Jan 26, 2014 9:05 am Subject: Re: [honda
noprobo1
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! 87 is ok but recommend 89 you may get a bit mo power from 91, 91 not needed but ok, see what others suggest. If it's jetted rich it may not like 91 thats how
Dale Kuxhaus
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Really? ... From: aa00727 To: hondanighthawk700s Sent: Sun, Jan 26, 2014 8:48 am Subject: Re: [honda
noprobo1
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Use the highest octane you can get to avoid detonation. ... From: noprobo To: hondanighthawk700s Sent:
gblihov
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Picked up an 84' NH 700 a few months ago and it runs fine but I was wondering if I should be using a higher octane than the 87 I've been using, anyone have a
noprobo1
Jan 26
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Re: Cold riding! Where are you riding to St LouIs from? I'm in St Louis and rode my 86 700S through many winters down to about 15 degrees on Rotella T. Helps that I have heated
jreed@...
Jan 26
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