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  1. fwillink

    Larry B's 2013 V7 chronic-als

    But that crap bike has character. My 13 Stone would stumble when cold, not idle, etc just like yours. Now with 5k plus miles on the ODO including 500 or more track miles none of these issues exist. No re-flash, no disconnecting the O2 sensors, no magic. All is still not perfect. There does...
  2. fwillink

    Dart Flyscreen for your V7

    I'm using the lighter version but didn't like seeing the back side of the instrument cluster. I mounted the screen with some paper taped and created a silhouette pattern for transfer to some sheet black adhesive material. This was then mounted to the backside of the Dart flyscreen.
  3. fwillink

    rear paddock stand

    The Stone uses a #1 pin for the Pit-Bull front stand.
  4. fwillink

    rear paddock stand

    The Pit-Bull works quite well on my Stone, plus I think you will be pleased with the quality of their products. A front stand plus a rear stand I've been using for more than 20 years on many different bikes.
  5. fwillink

    A Tire Thread

    The Avon AM22/AM23 race tire is a good choice for at track tire. I have been using them on my Thruxton for 8 years. It is a modern race rubber that does not heat cycle. I typically get 10 races days using 2 sets per year, yes I run a tight budget. They are labeled for track use only but I have...
  6. fwillink

    2013 V7 Stone, what mpg?

    Around 50 is what I've been getting in combined hwy/city use. Low 30's on the racetrack.
  7. fwillink

    2013 V7S Ride Recap

    On my 2013 Stone the harshness in the rear is caused by slow rebound, too much rebound dampening. Increasing rear preload helps and makes it handle better. Adjustable units as found on the V7 Racer should be a good solution.