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  • GPS OVERRIDE's

    Can anyone recomend these Non switched GPS OVERRIDE's

    http://www.pro-libertate.com/gsxr100...s/JSD/jsd.html
    2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

  • #2
    Marshall, plenty have bought Jeff's TRE, but most go for the switchable one.

    Why don't you want the switched version? If you bought a little jiffy box from Tandy or Dick Smith or something you could mount the switch in it and mount the box on the headlight stay that heads straight out from the steering head, or mount it in an air tube cover like most others.
    "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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    • #3
      what are the pro's and con's of having it switchable
      2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

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      • #4
        Turn it off until the bike is fully warmed up, the TRE affects the way the engine runs when the clutch is out, especially when it is under 80C.
        "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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        • #5
          so what, it's harder to start with it 'ON"
          2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

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          • #6
            Jeff is a good guy and makes good stuff. He is a local guy here in KC and did the dyno on my bike
            Everyone dies but not everyone lives

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            • #7
              Some say it's harder to start with it on, I have no personal experience though, because I made mine semi active so it automatically switches off in neutral.

              The TRE also affects the way the engine runs until it's warm, your idle will have different revs depending whether the clutch is in or out until warm too.
              "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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              • #8
                I supose your going to the GP tomorrow, (you lucky bastard).

                RenTLR and a few others are comming over to my place to watch it should be sweet.
                2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

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                • #9
                  I'm supposed to be there, but I'm watching it on TV instead, a few mates are down there for the weekend, but you see and learn more watching it on TV.

                  I'll miss out on the atmosphere. I have a few friends coming over to watch it here too.

                  Looks like shitty weather after today's perfect day. 1:30.068 he'd lap me nearly every third lap
                  "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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                  • #10
                    And you dont get payed 38K a lap

                    17.5mill / number of laps in a season

                    it would be a hard life.
                    2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

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                    • #11
                      YEP it's gonna RAIN TOMORROW. Nice one Melbourne. Real nice. Perfect day today, but tomorrow it's going to be wet. Seems like it happens every year.

                      Got my beer, got my chips, got my HDTV set up at 125 inch picture, hoping Channel 10 do multi angle
                      Used to ride a '01 TLR

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                      • #12
                        They didnt for Bathurst, but they were ment to. You were ment to be able to jump around all the cars with camera in + get all the running stats.
                        2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

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