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  1. Husaberg FX 450 and back into green lanes

    After a succession of larger adventure bikes and the occasional light green lane experience I really wanted to get back to something nimble and more capable. My last off road orientated bike was a Husky TE510 which although covered ground really well, it did feel a bit of a handful sometimes. After scanning the net and looking at a couple of bikes, some of which were overpriced and in a shocking state I found a Husaberg FX450. I had to do a little research to find out the differences between the ...
  2. 2018 Africa Twin DCT initial thoughts

    So in short I had the opportunity of test riding an AT DCT yesterday with a mind to buying. It wasn't just a suck it and see type test ride as I was a serious buyer and falling short of any major dramas it was coming home with me. The bike was one month old, 135 miles and over £2k saving on new. After the obligatory licence check and signing of forms I had the controls briefing by the salesman and then left to my own devices. Initially as I sat on the bike in the low seat position I was very aware ...
  3. Comparison between GSA twin cam and GSA LC

    I know many people have made the change and love them or loath them everyone has an opinion. Last week had me drop my 62 plate 90th Edition off for its 18k mile service and the pre-arranged loan bike for the day was a 17 plate GSA LC. I was keen to have a go and see what improvements had been made and how it compared to my older steed.

    First impressions were ok with the novelty of keyless ignition and a recognisable layout, but the the change to Japanese style indicator selector nearly ...
  4. Short weekend in Le Wast and Belgium

    Last weekend had us boarding the Eurotunnel and heading off for a cheeky weekend in France. We both thoroughly enjoyed it and the ride report is here
  5. Dyno and remap at Hilltop

    Today I made the journey up to Hilltop to see what difference a remap would make to my bike. It is a 62 plate twin cam GSA with 13,400 miles on the clock. With a recent 12k service I thought now was the ideal time to get it done.

    The initial dyno run came it with 83.96 bhp @ 7516 rpm at the wheel and a distinct dip at 4.5k rpm. The bike was also running lean throughout and especially so at 2.7 to 3.5k rpm.

    After the remap the numbers showed 100.56 bhp at 7349 rpm at the ...
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