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lager raga

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  1. davy you maybe right , I have just had my first ride on a new TRRS 280 (2020 ) and the mid range did feel to come in a lot quicker than my 2018 bike although ive not had chance to put my slow action throttle on ! for a real technical question like that - as your in france I would ask philipe bellatier at TR3b - or try steve saunders direct
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    99 techno

    you could try Richard allen - he breaks trials bikes - sorry I don't have his contact details
  3. it looks to me like its either had a big crash or when you have greased the bearings the bolts have either been too tight or slack ! I have always been a GG rider up until 2 years ago , when I did a large amount of research on TRS and only heard good things . I bought 1 have riden several large foreign events at an s2 standard done plenty 2 /3 days events nationals etc so at 2 years old I have just exchange it for another TRS having not had a single problem , I would say yours unfortunately is a one off - I would check the shocker is working correctly before rebuilding .
  4. depending how unlucky you are you may need a gear lever and if really unlucky brake pedal - on long events I carry these with me small pump tyre dog s@@ts allen keys you can get unisex levers which fit brake and clutch , if your thinking punctures - tackle to get wheels out and tyre off - all in rucksack plus drinks and nibbles !!
  5. if your bike is registered there are plenty companies who do TPFT - im currently with MCE - but nash , devit even aviva do some bikes beauty of TPFT is its insured if it gets nicked out of your van
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    Flipped my bike

    try lay your bike over onto fly wheel side for a moment to let oil balance across gearbox , then stand up level to check oil level common problem on pro
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