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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Upgrade engine performance
« Last post by Maverick on Oct 27, 2020, 07:40 PM »
*Originally Posted by Duarte [+]
What the guy told me was that he instaled 2 intake cams on the versys engine and asked the remap guy to put the map of the ninja on his ecu. Some adjusts on that and is running

Thanks for the link.

I have:
Dna filter
Black widow downpipes
Ixil hyperflow
Remap

Like Gustavo said you put 2 intake cams in ANY engine you won't get it started let alone run better. You need an intake and a exhaust cam.
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: 2021 colours.
« Last post by 100milesaway on Oct 27, 2020, 06:21 PM »
*Originally Posted by bobthebiker [+]
I don't know what to say to that😂😂😂😂😂😂
Try    " Stewie you are bonkers ".     :027:
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Winter gloves
« Last post by Wal on Oct 27, 2020, 06:17 PM »
*Originally Posted by eggsy64 [+]
What winter gloves do people prefer on here ?? Got caught I an hours rain storm yesterday and mine were useless still wet on the inside now . Iím presuming you get what you pay for .


nope...... :015:  my £98 alpinestars goretex winter gloves are pretty crap in the rain/cold, now got Gerbing heated....lovely :43:
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: 2021 colours.
« Last post by Darsey on Oct 27, 2020, 05:55 PM »
black and white for me with the blue decals
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: A year this week
« Last post by Darsey on Oct 27, 2020, 05:48 PM »
*Originally Posted by oldleathers [+]
I would definitely recommend the Air hawks comfort seat been using one for years and have swopped it on to various bikes, better than spending on a specific seat and waving goodbye when you sell the bike. Air Hawks are about £100 quid. Last Friday I rode 140 miles to visit my mom and 140 back on Saturday, 7hours riding in total, started to get a bit achy the last hour on the return trip. They add between 1/2" to 1" on the ride height.

Hope this helps
Oldleathers

+1 :86:
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Winter gloves
« Last post by wwhite139 on Oct 27, 2020, 05:47 PM »
Best winter gloves I use are a pair of gauntlets without a brand name on them unfortunately. Lovely and warm even when damp. I usually give them a rub over with some dubbin at the start of winter to keep them reasonably waterproof and also supple. Iím not so keen on the length of the cuff on them, and bought a new pair of gloves a few days ago which havenít arrived yet, for which I have ordered a pair of silk/lyrca liners ( still making my mind up about which heated grips 🤣🤣)

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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Upgrade engine performance
« Last post by Darsey on Oct 27, 2020, 05:46 PM »
You could ring Ryan Farquhar in Northern Ireland motorcycle racer tt winner as he has a race team and uses this same engine.
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: fantastic fuel range
« Last post by Darsey on Oct 27, 2020, 05:36 PM »
*Originally Posted by Guitar_Slinger [+]
So many threads about fuel!   I've owned a Mk 2 for just over a year and the last 2 weeks were the same ride to work every day - 10 miles each way.  Most days were a 30-40mph bimble at low revs.  Two or three days I went a bit quicker on the way home (4 - 5,000 RPM) as the sun was shining and I felt like it.  :123A:

Left home this morning with 220 miles on the clock this morning and spent 10 miles with FUEL flashing at me. putting 14.42 litres in the tank  at 230 miles but not brimming it - roughly 53mpg.

I'm curious to know how far you've gone on a tankful at motorway speeds (70-80mph).  I've got a 210 mile trip coming up, where each end is 2 miles from the motorway and wonder if I'll make it in one go?

if you done 230 miles on 14.42 liters that would be 3.1719 gallons to 230 miles is 72.511 mpg
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Versys - General Discussion / Winter gloves
« Last post by eggsy64 on Oct 27, 2020, 04:49 PM »
What winter gloves do people prefer on here ?? Got caught I an hours rain storm yesterday and mine were useless still wet on the inside now . Iím presuming you get what you pay for .
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Accessories and Products / Re: hand Guards
« Last post by jim ballantyne on Oct 27, 2020, 04:21 PM »
I've got the Kawasaki ones fit perfectly
Jim
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