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  • #31
    All sorted and tested - indicated speed seems reasonable - 110 mph in 4th

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    • #32
      I picked up the tank and side panels today from Dave (DTR Performance Panelcraft), I now need to decide whether to use them on the 250 or 380 - both have leaky fibreglass tanks.


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      • #33
        article about the 380 Enduro if you can read it


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        • #34
          A good read Tony. They liked it! Do you fancy taking it up on those Spanish mountain fire tracks?
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          • #35
            Yes Ian, I feel a plan coming together

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            • #36
              Tony, please ring me, David

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              • #37
                I picked up the new tanks which Steve has sprayed so ready for the transfers and then on the bikes - Blue 250 Enduro, Red 380 Enduro

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                not a lot of difference between the new and original and probably only noticeable if you are next to an original one.

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                • #38
                  Reproduction Enduro muffler has just been tried on my Ranger. I think it looks good and keeps the period appearance. As to noise it is quite than what was on there however I might try one with some wadding and a removal (rivet) end cap.

                  Just need to sort out the clip and bracket.

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                  • #39
                    Reproduction Enduro muffler now fitted and ready to test on the 380 Enduro, if I had not run out of ethanol free fuel. Quite a challenge with 4 different perforated tubes, 4 baffle plates with differing size holes for the tubes.
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