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  1. If I remember from my enforcement days all vehicle speedometers must over read - this is to avoid you using the defence that your speedo was under reading. Most will be up to 10% over - as digital ones become more common they are more accurate but they will still be programmed to over read - the gap gets larger the faster you go.
  2. I fitted the R & G one because the Evotech only works with the soft luggage bags and the Yamaha one needs an extension to ensure the indicators clear the boxes which to me misses the point. The R&G one is a bit pricey but is well made and allows me to use the cases - I will try to put some pics on but they seem too big at the moment.
  3. Hi, I’ve just fitted a tail tidy and all the usual wiring woes so lots of ignition on with no engine moments - I have the same noise on mine ( 6 months old ) and interestingly louder with the right hand front panel removed ( where the fuse box is ) so I dont think you have anything to worry about 👍
  4. Hi, just been out on mine for a spirited ride ( no pillion for a change 😉 ) air temp was 10c and coolant held rock steady at 70c - when I was at traffic lights in town it crept up to 75 -80
  5. Hi, I have the larger of the 2 Yamaha top boxes available in the uk, it takes2 full face lids on their sides. It fits directly onto the top rack mounting which moves the pillion handles outwards. Takes seconds to remove with ignition key , It is waterproof and well made. Yamaha recommendation is not used in conjunction with side cases but I ignore that and just keep speed down when fully loaded, other half loves the back rest pad !
  6. Enjoy - but not in the snow 🤣
  7. Phantom Matt Blue - UK. personally didn’t like the other options especially the multi tone ones but all subjective of course 🤐
  8. Hi all Not new to motorcycling but new to the 900 GT family. Collected my new one just before xmas so looking forward to sharing hints, tips and experiences and maybe the odd photo !