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post #1 of 11 Old 04-08-2010, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Got the "purty" Motowizard preload adjusters

These just look too "purty" to actually install, maybe I'll just keep 'em on the coffee table ;-)

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post #2 of 11 Old 04-13-2010, 06:56 PM
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Nice! I want! I bet these would be great with Intiminators.. One of the next mods I do. From what I've read they seem very sensitive to preload

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Ya with those you should have clear forks. Now that would be cool.

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Intiminators ??? Don't you mean emulators, i.e. Racetech ;-) Me, I'm the intimidator of the neighborhood as my psycho neighbor across the street called the cops on me this afternoon as I was working on my GPZ in the garage and apparently she called the cops saying "....he was reving his engine." Some people have no idea how to deal with others.

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Seriously I might get the racetech emulators but I'm also beefing up my GPZ1100 and have to parcel out the dough so to speak.

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Intiminators ??? Don't you mean emulators, i.e. Racetech ;-) Me, I'm the intimidator of the neighborhood as my psycho neighbor across the street called the cops on me this afternoon as I was working on my GPZ in the garage and apparently she called the cops saying "....he was reving his engine." Some people have no idea how to deal with others.

John (just wait 'till she needs some help over there, ha!)
That's a mighty neighborly thing to do.
I just got a set as well, thanks to tomatocity. I got them installed but haven't had a chance to try them out yet.
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Nope, I mean Intiminators. From all reports I've read, they spank the pants off of the cartridge emulators.

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Moose Bashplate
KLX needle and 142.5 MJ
16/42 Sprockets
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UNI filter
klx/drz bend Pro Taper bars
Acerbis rally pro's
HID headlight
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Intiminators are great.

http://www.intiminators.com/

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If anyone is interested in a new set of MotoWizard Preload Adjusters I can offer you a very good deal on the set.

The preload adjsuters that SLO has were a used set and we only gave them to him so he could test them. We won't do this again since the used set were not visually appealing though still as functional as a new set.

The new MotoWizard Preload Adjusters are of the highest quality, appeal, and can help fine tune the KLR suspension.

For the riders with raised handlebars there is very nice annodized aluminum wingnut-like adjuster(s) available. The adjuster has a screw mount lock.

Let me know if you are interested.

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i might be interested sir
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