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AZ Riders interested in a tech day?

Any 675 or Street Triple riders in the Phoenix area interested in putting together a tech or wrench day? I live in the Gilbert area and would be willing to host. I do my own basic maintenance (fluids, chain adjust, tire changes etc.) and will be moving into valve clearance check/adjust, throttle body synch. If anyone would be interested in coming by to learn along, or offer some informed advice i'd be happy to have you. Recently downloaded TUNE ECU and picked up a cable. I ride a 2011Street Triple (and a few other bikes). I have a lift and all the basic tools to do the work. Would also like to head out on a ride some time, although we might want to wait until full furnace season has passed to venture out during the day. Hope to hear from fellow AZ riders
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Any 675 or Street Triple riders in the Phoenix area interested in putting together a tech or wrench day? I live in the Gilbert area and would be willing to host. I do my own basic maintenance (fluids, chain adjust, tire changes etc.) and will be moving into valve clearance check/adjust, throttle body synch. If anyone would be interested in coming by to learn along, or offer some informed advice i'd be happy to have you. Recently downloaded TUNE ECU and picked up a cable. I ride a 2011Street Triple (and a few other bikes). I have a lift and all the basic tools to do the work. Would also like to head out on a ride some time, although we might want to wait until full furnace season has passed to venture out during the day. Hope to hear from fellow AZ riders
I'm game. In central Phoenix.
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Hey Ichimo,

I don't know if you're still interested, but I'm going to install new triple trees and rear shock linkage on my Daytona the weekend of the 22nd/23rd. Might also put my autotune unit back in the bike. However, I don't have a great way to hoist the front of my bike up where I live. Do you have a garage with exposed beam supports?

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I'm down, Scottsdale area
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Sounds great I'll contact you guys in the fall when things cool down for a garage get-together
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My setup for front end work

3/4" Iron plumbing pipe. I suspend tie-down ratchets to the top cross bar and attach to the frame (tank off) Works like a charm

2x 6' lengths
6x 3' lengths
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2 end caps (optional) I find it a bit more stable if I use these

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Or if you can find a handy balcony nearby...

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Haha that's awesome dude
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Any 675 or Street Triple riders in the Phoenix area interested in putting together a tech or wrench day? I live in the Gilbert area and would be willing to host. I do my own basic maintenance (fluids, chain adjust, tire changes etc.) and will be moving into valve clearance check/adjust, throttle body synch. If anyone would be interested in coming by to learn along, or offer some informed advice i'd be happy to have you. Recently downloaded TUNE ECU and picked up a cable. I ride a 2011Street Triple (and a few other bikes). I have a lift and all the basic tools to do the work. Would also like to head out on a ride some time, although we might want to wait until full furnace season has passed to venture out during the day. Hope to hear from fellow AZ riders
Any word on this?

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