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    Vertigo 250 Fajardo

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    West Yorks
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  1. Suspension

    I've never been weighed in my full riding kit, but in my birthday suit I'm about 200lb, I've had a look in my manual and its all in there it does also say that the rear shock is set up for a rider between 70 & 80kgs so pressume the front is the same
  2. Suspension

    Yeah I’m only wanting to adjust it and not replace anything as neither end bottoms out, but they do feel a bit on the stiff side so I’m wanting to soften them both off. I use to set the rear end on my ossa by the sag method which seemed to be ok
  3. Suspension

    I’m looking at doing some suspension tweaks on my bike, I just feel it’s a bit firm at both ends, I’ve had it about a year so it will all be well bedded in. It’s not something I’ve done before I tend to just get used to how there set up but I feel I need to alter mine now. Any advice would be great
  4. Swingarm Linkage Question

    vertigo uk list a titanium rod for the rear end http://www.vertigomotors.co.uk/index.php/racing-parts/vertigo/titanium-tie-rod-linkage-v-0700-detail
  5. 2018 Vertical 300 maps

    just to add the 2018 Vertical bikes only come with one map as standard and you need to get the GET ecu and app to add more, but the 2018 Dougie Lampkin replica bike does come with a mapping switch and 2 maps as standard you can then get the GET gear an modify them
  6. Vertigo Protection Parts

    I didnt realize I was going to have to protect the protectors I've hard carbon bits from other please and they have lasted ok
  7. Vertigo Protection Parts

    has anyone else got any of these Kelly Carbon guards fitted ? just I've had mine since early Feb and ridden 6 times and there already starting to wear through to the fibre layer
  8. Swingarm removal

    I've had mine stripped down this weekend and once you get stripping it down it all comes apart really well and goes back together just as well. I found if I angled the swinging arm up to the mudguard it all lined up to get the red axle sleeves back in. I did find my chain had just started to wear through the swinging arm chain guide so there's a new one due tomorrow.
  9. Riding Land

    Morning All, a small piece of disused railway embankment has come up for sale near to me and I was wondering is it just as simple as buying it and riding on it ? I'm looking at getting a few of lads that ride to all chip in and buy it as a group so we wouldnt be charging anyone for using it and we'd all sign disclaimers against injury
  10. Bluetooth ECU

    I'm just wondering if anyone has got there hands on the new bluetooth ecu set up, and fitted it yet and if it fits the older bikes ok, and if its worth the money ?
  11. Vertigo Protection Parts

    My parts have come from Kelley carbon and there top notch
  12. Rear wheel spacers

    I think so but you may be better checking on the bike
  13. Vertigo Protection Parts

    you'll still be able to see the fuel level even with triangle filled in looking at this photo, may be he's left that area filled in to protect the tank from damage ?
  14. Vertigo Protection Parts

    Andy Kelley has vertigo protection parts shown on his website http://www.kelleycarbon.com/
  15. Braktec rubber

    its a bit poor on the part of braktec, I'll have had one brake and one clutch rubber in the space of 8 months on a brand new bike
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