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    AJP PR7. Thoughts ????


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    Initially when it was announced there was talk of it using a Minarelli sourced engine, then the yamaha 660 motor but they appear to have finally settled on the old Husqvarna te 630 now Shineray built engine .

    According to US press releases a bit heavy but most AJP stuff is well screwed together using quality suspension and electrics .

    Will be interesting to see what magazine tests make of it

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