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  1. anachronism

    CDI failures

    Beta, Sherco/Scorpa & TRS all use Hidria CDIs do they not?
  2. @leembarnes: Did you change out the CDI(s) yourself & if so, how difficult was it?
  3. Sadly, not yet. There is a dimensional difference between these Braktec levers on the TRS & generic levers that are "supposed" to fit. I have Apico shorty levers from my Beta I tried on my TRS. They fit but there is a few MMs difference (+) from pivot to push pin & I didn't want to risk it. I slid my masters in as far as they would go & it gives about an inch of clearance from end of levers to end of bars.
  4. You are correct. I found some pix of a used 2018 RR w/CSP plate on Sandiford Racings website. The CSP covers the flywheel area better but the frame area in front of the pegs is still exposed. I made cardboard templates today, just have to do the hard part now & cut the aluminum.
  5. Anyone try one of these yet? Curious to know/see how much bigger if any than stock. There is zero pix/info out there so far.......
  6. @dwb5151 : Did you purchase this & if so how did it work out? There are zero reviews so far. Sorry to everyone else for zombie thread revival!
  7. You're good. My current & last bikes w/inline filters had a small bubble or space visible.
  8. @thumper80: What year/model is your TRS?
  9. Thank you @baldilocks & @taff_d !
  10. @taff_d: I hope that is correct. That is 2010 & previous Scorpa SY250 available from Talon in 10 to 14. Please post up when you get a chance to try it.
  11. Anyone had a chance to figure out if the smaller spline on the 18 & up RRs is the same as any other existing spline? Not seeing anything after market except "DOES NOT fit 18 & up RRs". Would like to try an 11 front/bigger rear for different ratios & longer chain/sprocket life.
  12. The TRS Ones were supposed to get the new kickstart for 2019. The RRs got the new design in 2018. There is a video on you tube under TRS USA showing the new design. If this is a poll, I would choose the new design. I haven't read of any issues either, I just like the new design better.
  13. Links from the TRS USA site: 2019 TRS One: http://www.trsmotosusa.com/documents/2019/2019 TRS One 300, 280 & 250 ficha tecnica - technical specs.pdf 2019 Raga: http://www.trsmotosusa.com/images/Raga_Racing_2019/TRS_RR_2019_ENGLISH_ tech_specs.pdf 2019 Gold: http://www.trsmotosusa.com/images/GOLD_EDITION_2019/2019_TRS_Gold_English_tech._specs.pdf The One says aluminum, the Gold & Raga don't specify. They are light bikes so that's what's important.
  14. Almost nothing surprises me anymore about this bike but cork? Luckily, I have always shut my petcock after every ride. Whoever spec'ed that lousy little slippery knob poor excuse for a petcock should be kicked squarely/firmly/repeatedly in the mommy/daddy button.
  15. Make sure you blow out the overflow ports/hoses as well when cleaning the carb. If I over oil my 2015 evo 80s oil filter it runs burbly rich but it it runs rich right from cold to hot.
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