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    Quote Originally Posted by Orinoco View Post
    True, I'm there on vstrom.co.uk and VSRI, so maybe no need, just a thought.
    How about
    http://www.stromtrooper.com/

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    Just picked up an Orange KLV 1000. All serviced now. Time to farkle. Picture to follow.

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    have a k6 since new. what a great wee bike , much better than the sum of its parts.Bought it to keep the miles down on my R1200rt when riding solo.Always a pleasure to go out on.

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    have a k9
    defender of the midlands

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank1200 View Post
    have a k9
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    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    Just purchased a 2004 K3, very very clean, one owner and just done 10k mls with a very comprehensive history.

    Very comfortable, goes well, and suits me much more than the R1200ST which was killing my back and causing much discomfort to a hernia.

    A bit of transmission lash around 3000rpm, but I can live with that.

    I really would have preferred a K4, but the bike is in such lovely condition, and the deal was to tempting to turn down, plus I got a very nice lump of money my way.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orinoco View Post
    Any other VStrom owners out there on UKGSER?
    Yes
    Quote Originally Posted by rickyxsara View Post
    On of of the revised 650s, cracking bike
    And yes

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    Got a 2012 650. Tarn last year 2 up. Pyrenees this year 2 up.
    Terrific bike.

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    Just had the clutch basket on my K3 modified. A bit pricey at £235 ( that's with me stripping and rebuilding) but it's transformed the bike.

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    I have a Tango K9 650 & a Ginger AL2 650
    Great bikes, would set off round the world on the K9 tomorrow. (Vstrom thumbs up)

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    Got me a '64 plate 1K Strom a couple of months ago. Been waiting for a decent quantity of 2nd hand ones to become available - don't like giving more of my hard earned to the taxman than I have too .
    Bike ticks a lot of the boxes I line up when looking for a bike - the main one being it's really good if it's a V-Twin.
    Got the bike from a local dealer on Friday afternoon, did the NC500 that weekend on it

    Have farkled it a bit since I got it, either 2nd hand or home made stuff.

    This was me out this evening, testing the robustness of the home made sump guard







    SteveT


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