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Stopped raining the minute I got home, LOL!

I strapped the rear rail to the seat loop so it hangs for extra support though nothing has moved yet.
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-Starting to like the challenge of rain riding. Need to swap on a new rear tire soon,


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Good you got home before it stopped grin
With the air cleaner mounted to the side, no problems with water inhalation? We have snow here instead of rain-no riding now.

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It gets a lot of cover from my leg and I try and keep the covered chrome at top but no real effect on running. I have seen A65's run with open stacks in real down pours so a bit of moisture only saves gas. LOL!I have heard a1/10 mix of water and gas will still fire in a well set up bike. The carb is mounted on a 90 degree elbow sidedraft I made. Extra air for the mix, the A65 with girl on back is running them here with open velocity stacks.

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