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    For what it is worth, typical chain slack for...

    For what it is worth, typical chain slack for most dual-shock motorcycles varies from 3/4 to 1-1/2 inch, depending upon the shock travel. Single shock bikes usually have more travel and use chain...
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    My GPR-S died when its HI Power batteries started...

    My GPR-S died when its HI Power batteries started failing due to the motor asking for more power then they could deliver. A couple puffed up and, while I was able to restore the pack voltage to 72...
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    Those GPR-S body panels are pretty thin. Maybe...

    Those GPR-S body panels are pretty thin. Maybe you could soak them in hot water for a while and that would allow you to bend them a little to better conform with your chassis parts? Another solution...
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    I now recall that EMS had created a fail-safe...

    I now recall that EMS had created a fail-safe system for the GPR-S that required you to first turn off the kill switch and then turn it back on, after the ignition switch was turned on, before the...
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    I used to have a Tiger 250 owner's manual, but I...

    I used to have a Tiger 250 owner's manual, but I gave it away when I sold my bike. Unfortunately that manual wouldn't be much help to you as it dealt mostly with the IC engine and told the owner...
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    I seem to recall that my GPR-S had a pretty tight...

    I seem to recall that my GPR-S had a pretty tight chain slack. I think it was about one-half inch. To verify proper chain slack, all you need to do is to set the chain slack for a slight bit of...
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