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andy24

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  1. 52 min from TV Film, I hope they do this for all the rounds this year and the outdoors.
  2. They may be doing new colours, The last time they changed it was a couple of months into the year before they came out.
  3. Vertigo... Looks the best.. rides awesome.. 4 different maps that really make a difference.. want smooth power delivery for great traction, you got it, want a snappy response for getting up bigger stuff.. push a button and you've got that too, only thing I'd think about changing mine for is a different colour :-)
  4. I have a 300 and it's the smoothest 300 I've ridden so far, loads of power if you want it, but puts it down really well, the 4 maps makes a difference so you can really ride it how you like.. haven't tried a 250 yet but would like to just to see the difference.
  5. Great work as usual... The event was awesome, not sure on the format for the first lap having each rider do a different section.
  6. What size is the nozzle? does it fit regular fuel cans or only theirs? .. had a look online and can't seem to find any specs.
  7. I've had mine for 6 months now.. Love the bike, came off a couple of other 300's before getting one. The bike rides great, the different maps really make a difference to the way it puts the power down, now things are getting wetter map 2 and 3 are getting used more and more. Power delivery is very smooth in them all but there's still plenty there when you give it more throttle. I made up a jump lead for the battery so if I need to I can just pop open the fuel cover and connect an alkaline one without having to take off the airbox cover and remove the battery, but to be honest I tend to just throw it on charge for a hour or so the night before I want to go out if I've not used the bike for a couple of weeks and it starts fine. Only thing I've done on mine is change the plug once and regular oil changes, (and a couple of levers and tyres as you would on any bike) everything still feels tight and precise on it particularly the rear linkage which on a lot of bikes develop slop pretty quick. I've let a few other people ride it, who are better than me, if they've asked when I've been out, and they've all been impressed with the bike. Also I think it looks the bolloks too and if you're going to have toys they may as well be good looking :-) I'll be keeping this through next year, I don't feel the need to change which I have done on the last couple... unless I get a big bonus and I can afford the Ti version :-)
  8. Several vids from Japan, Lots of footage. Not sure they're in exactly the right order, Not mine, just found them. https://www.youtube.com/embed/wUjHPzSXLbw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_INA76aaf0k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCK8u3s2AoM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT_YmNMNQ9k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbAVg6R0qlA
  9. 52 minutes of action from X-Trial des Nations :-) :-) https://youtu.be/3RIUDM1MGAE?t=1s
  10. TV Film have put their video on YouTube edit.. According to their FB page a 52min video will be coming soon :-) https://www.facebook.com/FIM-Fédération-Internationale-de-Motocyclisme-163410151329/?fref=ts