2010 Buell XB12R Adventure

Posted on 11:29 PM by My_revival

This is the Buell Ulysses ® ® XB12XT, sports adventure tours are designed for motorists who refuse to accept the idea that comfort and practicality should come with sacrifices. Across town or across the country, this bike is not everything. It combines nimble handling and perfectly tuned, sport-inspired suspension with a smooth, reliable 1203 cc, air-cooled engine. But that does not end there. We made standard all the things that you will end up spending money to keep, such as the side and top cases, heated grip and high windshield. All you need now are more vacation days.

Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price $12,999
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Overall Length 91.3 in. (2,319 mm)
Seat Height, Laden 30.7 in. (780 mm)
Seat Height, Unladen 32.9 in. (836 mm)
Overall Width without mirrors 39.6 in. (1,006 mm)
Ground Clearance, Unladen 5.94 in. (151 mm)
Rake (Steering Head Angle) at Ride Height (degrees) 23.8
Fork Angle at Ride Height (degrees) 22.3
Trail at Ride Height 4.9 in. (124 mm)
Wheelbase, Unladen 53.9 in. (1,369 mm)
Fuel Capacity, Total 4.4 gal. (16.7 l)
Fuel Capacity 0.83 gal. (3.1 l)
Oil Capacity 2.5 qt. (2.4 l)
Dry Weight 465 lb. (211 kg)
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 950 lb. (431 kg)
Load Carrying Capacity 414 lb. (188 kg)
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Engine Thunderstorm 1203 air/oil/fan-cooled, 4-stroke, 45 degree V-twin
Displacement 73.4 cu in (1,203 cc)
Bore 3.5 in. (88.9 mm)
Stroke 3.812 in. (96.82 mm)
Peak Torque per SAE J607, North America 84 ft-lb (114 Nm)
Peak Torque RPM per SAE J607, North America 6,000
Peak Horsepower per SAE J607, North America 103 hp (77 kW)
Peak Horsepower RPM per SAE J607, North America 6,800
Compression Ratio 10.0:1
Mileage per US EPA Urban Trace, CITY
Mileage per US EPA HIGHWAY Fuel Economy Test
Intake Zero-resistance airbox
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Primary Drive Type Chain
Primary Drive Ratio 1.500 (57/38)
Secondary Drive Type Constant path, 14mm pitch aramid reinforced Hibrex(R) belt with Flexten(R) Plus technology.
Secondary Drive Member Pitch Length (# of Teeth or # of Links) 135 Teeth
Secondary Drive Ratio 2.407 (65/27)
Transmission type 5-speed, Helical gear design
Transmission Ratio, 1st 2.648
Transmission Ratio, 2nd 1.892
Transmission Ratio, 3rd 1.407
Transmission Ratio, 4th 1.166
Transmission Ratio, 5th 1
Transmission Ratio, 6th
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Front Brake ZTL ™ Braking System
Front Rotor and Caliper Configuration 6-piston, fixed caliper. Single-sided, inside-out, floating rotor.
Front Rotor Size, OD 14.77 in. (375 mm)
Number of Front Brake Rotors 1
Rear Rotor and Caliper Configuration Single-piston, floating caliper. Fixed rotor.
Rear Brake
Rear Rotor Size, OD 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Rear Suspension Type and Configuration Fully adjustable (adjustable compression damping, rebound damping and spring preload), coil-over monoshock with remote reservoir and remote spring preload adjustment.
Front Suspension Type and Configuration Fully adjustable (adjustable compression damping, rebound damping and spring preload) inverted forks.
Front Fork Slider Tube Diameter 1.69 in. (42.9 mm)
Fork Lock Availability (true or false) True
Suspension Travel, Front Wheel, Along Fork Line 4.92 in. (125 mm)
Suspension Travel, Rear Wheel, Vertical 4.92 in. (125 mm)
Lean Angle at Full Suspension Compression, Soft Contact, Left (degrees) 39
Lean Angle at Full Suspension Compression, Soft Contact, Right (degrees) 39
Lean Angle at Full Suspension Compression, Hard Contact, Left (degrees) 40
Lean Angle at Full Suspension Compression, Hard Contact, Right (degrees) 43
Frame Aluminum frame with Uniplanar Powertrain vibration isolation system – Fuel in Frame
Swingarm Description Extended XB cast aluminum swingarm. Oil in swingarm.
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Wheels and Tires
Tire Brand and Model, Front Pirelli Angel ST
Tire Brand and Model, Rear Pirelli Angel STE
Tire Size Designator, Front 120/70 ZR-17
Tire Size Designator, Rear 180/55 ZR-17
Wheel Type, Front 6-spoke, ZTL, cast aluminum front wheel.
Wheel Type, Rear 6-spoke, cast-aluminum rear wheel.
Wheel Size, Front (width x dia) (in) 3.5×17
Wheel Size, Rear (width x dia) (in) 5.5×17
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Battery Type and Specifications Sealed Lead Acid, maintenance-free, 12-volt, 12 amp-hour (per Battery Council International rating), 200 cca.
Charging System Specifications 30-amp max permanent magnet single-phase alternator with solid-state regulator (405 watts@3,000 rpm, 405 watts peak)
Starter System Specifications 1.2 kW electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement
Headlamp Type and Wattages (high, low and position lamp) Twin quartz Halogen (H7) 55-watt low beam, 55-watt high beam. 5-watt position lamp.
Tail Light Wattages (stop and running) Ten segment LED tail light. Running light = 0.36 Watts. Stop light = 3.36 Watts
Turn Signal Lights Type (manual or self-canceling) and Wattage Manual canceling, 10w.
License Plate Lamp Wattage 5w
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Windscreen or Flyscreen Tall Windscreen.
Warranty Term 24 months / unlimited mileage
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Body Work (molded in color) Racing Red, Villain Black
Frame Phantom Black Metallic
Wheels Villain Black


2010 Yamaha YZR-M1 Technical Specifications

Posted on 11:22 PM by My_revival

Yamaha YZR-M1 is the flagship of yamaha motorcycles used by Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo in the MotoGP race this year. Fiat Yamaha team as a team in the race.

2010 Yamaha YZR-M1 Technical Specifications:

Engine type: Liquid cooled Crossplane crankshaft inline four-cylinder, four stroke
Maximum power: Over 200 horsepower (147KW)
Maximum speed: In excess of 320 km/h

Type: Six-speed cassette-type gearbox, with alternative gear ratios available

Chassis and running gear
Frame type: Aluminium twin tube delta box, multi-adjustable steering geometry/wheelbase/ride height. Aluminium swingarm
Suspension: Ohlins upside down front forks and Ohlins rear shock, all adjustable for pre-load, high and low-speed compression and rebound damping. Alternative rear suspension links available
Front/rear wheels: Marchesini 16.5 front, 16.5 rear
Front/rear tyres: Bridgestone, 16.5 front, 16.5 rear, available as slick, intermediate, wet and hand-cut tyres
Brakes: Brembo, two 320 mm carbon front discs, two four-piston callipers. Single 220 mm stainless steel rear disc, twin-piston calliper
Weight: 150kg, in accordance with FIM regulations


Ben Spies Profile

Posted on 11:12 PM by My_revival

Ben Spies (pronounced /ˈbɛn ˈspiːz/) (born July 11, 1984 in Germantown, Tennessee), also known as "Elbowz" due to his riding style where his elbows protrude outward, is a professional motorcycle road racer who turned pro in 2000. He won the AMA Superbike Championship for Yoshimura Suzuki in 2006 (only the second time since 1999 that his team-mate Mat Mladin had not won it), and successfully defended it in 2007 and 2008.

For 2009 he raced in the Superbike World Championship series for the Yamaha Italia team; winning the championship in his rookie year by six points over rival Noriyuki Haga. He started racing on Yamaha YSR50cc bikes with the Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association in Texas as a pre-teen. Spies currently lives in Longview, Texas.

World Superbike (WSBK)

On October 1, 2008, it was confirmed that Spies would join the Superbike World Championship for the 2009 season, riding for the factory Yamaha Italia team. He took pole position for his very first race meeting. He ran off the track on the first lap in race one (recovering to finish sixteenth despite a second incident) but was victorious in race 2 to become the first American to win a WSBK race since Colin Edwards in 2002.

Spies further impressed the World motorcycle racing community by winning both races of the second round in Losail, Qatar. En route, he again secured pole, the subsequent race wins, the fastest lap and the outright circuit lap record.

Ben Spies made history on May 30, 2009 at Miller Motorsports Park. Winning his 7th consecutive pole position during Saturday’s Superpole qualifying, Spies broke the long-standing record of 6 consecutive poles set in 1991 by fellow Texan Doug Polen. The pole set a number of records, including most consecutive pole positions in a season, most pole at the start of a season, and most in a row by a rookie. On October 24, 2009 at Portimão Circuit in Portugal he set a new record in pole securing his 11th pole of his rookie season. (It's worth noting, for non-World SBK fanatics/regulars, that, although there were a total of 28 races, unlike Moto GP, e.g., there are two races per event/location in WSBK. Accordingly, out of 14 events/locations, the vast majority at which Spies had previously had no experience, Spies took 11 poles, or 78%.)

On October 25, 2009 at the final round of the Championship at Portimão, Spies was crowned the 2009 Superbike World Champion after winning Race One, in conjunction with a fall from title rival Noriyuki Haga, and a solid 5th place in Race 2.


On October 1, 2009, Yamaha officially confirmed that Spies will join Yamaha Tech 3 to ride in the 2010 MotoGP Championship.

On October 3, 2009 it was confirmed that Spies would ride as a wildcard in the final MotoGP race of the season at Valencia in November.

"Before becoming incorporated into his the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 team on Monday November 9, 2009 in the post-race Valencia test American rider Ben Spies did a good job for Yamaha in Sunday’s final MotoGP contest of the year in Valencia, crossing the line in seventh place – just ahead of Repsol Honda’s Andrea Dovizioso to help future team-mate Colin Edwards up the standings." He managed to finish in front of James Toseland, the rider whose position he will be taking at Tech 3.


2010 Spanish GP (Jerez)

Posted on 11:08 PM by My_revival

The Spanish Grand Prix was, yet another year, the scenario of the huge celebration of Spanish motorcycling, in which Dani Pedrosa was one of the leading players thanks to his second place in the MotoGP race. The Repsol rider started from the first position on the starting grid and dominated the race from the beginning until the last few turns when, after fending off the relentless pursuit of Jorge Lorenzo, he lost first position. Andrea Dovizioso, with setup problems throughout the weekend, finished sixth, climbing three positions compared to Saturday's qualifying.

Official results

1. Jorge LORENZO (YAMAHA) 45:17.538


3. Valentino ROSSI (YAMAHA) + 0.890

4. Nicky HAYDEN (DUCATI) + 9.015

5. Casey STONER (DUCATI) + 10.034


World Championship

1. Jorge LORENZO (YAMAHA) 45 Points

2. Valentino ROSSI (YAMAHA) 41 Points



5. Nicky HAYDEN (DUCATI) 26 Points


Choose Good Quality Audio

Posted on 11:01 PM by My_revival

Usually, when people buy vehicles such as cars, they often want to know about accessories are offered along with their car. Comfort those who love to have a pre-installed air conditioner, while music lovers love to own exclusive car stereos for their cars. Young people more aware and demanding when it comes to choosing car accessories for their cars. The majority of them prefer to fix the woofers and amplifier to enhance their car stereo audio effects. This is a normal tendency, that people are not satisfied with things that are offered for free, as was the case with car accessories pre-installed. So, they hunt cars audioradio online store that provides quality and affordable car accessories.

Without a quality car stereo, your car looks incomplete. To make your car comfortable and enjoyable, you need to fix the car stereo music that creates an atmosphere truly live in your car. You will find many online stores that offer quality car stereo for your car. However, there are a few things to remember before you buy autoradio and car accessories for your car.

-If you buy a car from toyota , you must buy audio accessories from official toyota accessories shop.

-You must match the dimensions of a car stereo with the dimensions of the car in case your car.

-Always quality of their purchases of durable products. There are many reliable online stores as they offer quality car radios and accessories are durable and long lasting performance stakes.

-Price is the dominant factor influencing purchase. You usually get a discount online store offers an amazing variety of car accessories, car stereos and radios at a low price.


Harley-Davidson Night Rod Special VRSCDX 2010

Posted on 8:16 AM by My_revival

The VRSC™ family offers an unmatched combination of style and performance. The 60-degree Revolution 1250 cc V-Twin is liquid-cooled and features Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), dual overhead cams, four-valve heads, and a five-speed transmission. The engine is rubber-mounted in a hydroformed steel perimeter frame. A shell covers the large-volume airbox located over the engine. A five-gallon fuel cell is located below the seat on all VRSC models.
The Night Rod® Special offers a raw, street-tough attitude, with an all-black Revolution V-Twin engine and blacked-out fork legs, swing arm and other components. The speed-screen visor and racing stripe come straight from the drag strip.

The VRSC™ family offers an unmatched combination of style and performance. The 60-degree Revolution 1250 cc V-Twin is liquid-cooled and features Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), dual overhead cams, four-valve heads, and a five-speed transmission. The engine is rubber-mounted in a hydroformed steel perimeter frame. A shell covers the large-volume airbox located over the engine.

A five-gallon fuel cell is located below the seat on all VRSC models.

• High-performance Brembo® triple-disc brakes
• Race-bred clutch with “slipper” action helps ease drive train effort during downshifting
• 240 mm wide rear tire
• Forward-mounted footpegs and controls
• Round reflector-optic headlight
• Electric power accessory connector under seat
• Optional, factory-installed Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
• Optional Harley-Davidson® Smart Security System with hands-free security fob


Harley-Davidson CVO Softail Convertible FLSTSE 2010

Posted on 8:12 AM by My_revival

The Harley-Davidson® CVO™ Softail® Convertible is a limited-production custom motorcycle that can be configured for all-day touring, two-up cruising or solo profiling by adding or detaching key components, which can be easily removed or installed without tools.

New Detachable compact fairing with smoked windshield
New Detachable leather-covered saddlebags with genuine buffalo-hide inserts
New Custom-leather seat and detachable passenger pillion with genuine buffalo-hide inserts
New Detachable upright and backrest pad with genuine buffalo-hide inserts
New 18-inch chrome aluminum Stinger wheels with matching Stinger chrome sprocket and Stinger floating brake rotors
New Combination digital speedometer and analog tachometer
New Full-coverage wide rear fender and trimmed front fender
New Two-piece chrome and color-matched tank console
New 200/50R18 radial rear tire
New Light bar with integrated stop/tail/turn lights

• High-flow Ventilator engine air intake with engine-turned insert and rain sock
• Exclusive paint scheme in three color combinations
• Color-matched powder coated frame and swingarm, frame inserts, saddlebag brackets and horseshoe oil tank
• Screamin’ Eagle® Twin Cam 110B™ Granite powder-coated powertrain with 110 Screamin’ Eagle identifiers on cylinder heads
• Chrome, shorty-dual exhaust with slashdown chrome mufflers and chrome heat shields
• Rumble Collection grips, floorboards, passenger and shifter pegs, brake pedal pad and mirrors


Triumph Tiger Special Edition 2010

Posted on 8:08 AM by My_revival

The Tiger’s current platform was first introduced in 1994 and has evolved into a well-rounded sport
touring motorcycle that is perfect for cutting through the urban jungle, devouring highway miles and
carving through challenging mountain passes.

The Tiger is powered by Triumph’s highly-acclaimed 1050cc three-cylinder engine that delivers
113hp at 9,400rpm and 74 ft. lbs. of torque at 6,250rpm. An adjustable sport suspension and 120
front/180 rear sport tires mounted on 17-inch wheels are combined with powerful Nissin brakes for
exceptional, confidence-inspiring handling.

Engine: Powered by Triumph’s highly-acclaimed 1050cc three-cylinder engine, delivering peak power of 113bhp at 9,400rpm and 74ft.lb torque at 6,250rpm. Adjustable sports suspension and 120 front/180 rear sports tires combined with powerful radial front caliper Nissin brakes endow the Tiger with the agility, handling and braking to let you fully exploit the potent triple.

Fuel Tank: The 5.2 gallon fuel tank provides a realistic 200 mile range, adding to the Tiger’s practicality and touring ability.

Body Work: The two-tone color scheme enhances the standard Tiger’s looks with an air of classic British sophistication.

ABS: Triumph’s Antilock Braking System has been carefully designed to boost control under hard braking, working on both wheels independently. This unobtrusive system retains all the sensations of riding, operating at 100 calculations per second to sense the precise moment the wheel is about to lock up, then preventing it from doing so. The system has been specifically tailored to the Tiger, with painstaking calibration over many months to ensure optimum braking performance.


Triumph Rocket III Roadster 2010

Posted on 7:58 AM by My_revival

Legendary British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph is introducing the baddest version yet of its 2.3 litre Rocket III, the Rocket III Roadster.The Rocket III Roadster moves out of cruiser territory and transcends into that of the ultimate muscle streetfighter. With all the power and ability of the standard model and the biggest torque figure of any production motorcycle.


The Rocket III Roadster features the most powerful version yet of the incomparable 2.3 litre, in-line, water cooled, triple. With 146bhp at 5750rpm, the Rocket III Roadster is the most powerful model in Triumph’s range – but it’s the massive torque that really separates the Rocket III Roadster from the rest. With 194Nm, more than any other motorcycle on the market, the Rocket III Roadster accelerates unlike nothing else. But despite its size, the engine is incredibly smooth as the balance, input and rear drive shaft contra-rotate against the crankshaft, which makes for minimal torque reaction.


The Rocket III Roadster features a sophisticated anti-lock braking system that makes 100 calculations each second to ensure the rider retains full control under extreme braking. Up front, the twin four-piston calipers are mated to 320mm floating discs to deliver the sort of stopping power you’d expect from a high-performance bike. The rear brake, developed especially by Brembo, is a single twin piston caliper and 316mm disc.


Menacingly blacked out 43mm upside down forks offer precise steering while all-new twin shock absorbers at the rear provide a comfortable and composed ride one-up or two. Combined with the mid-mounted controls and revised ergonomics, the Rocket III Roadster offers the sportiest ride of any motorcycle to proudly display the Rocket III badge.

Black Finishes

Two menacing black finishes make the Roadster the meanest looking Rocket III yet. The motorcycle is available in sparkling Phantom Black or a minimalist Matt Black option, with the stripped down, ready for action look enhanced with some equally shadowy components. From the Roadster’s 2.3 litre heart to the 43mm forks up front, the blacked out components of the Rocket III Roadster ooze classic streetfighter aggression.


In sparkling Phantom Black or menacing Matt, the Rocket III Roadster oozes menace and quality in equal dozes. The chassis is a tubular steel twin-spine design using the engine as a stressed member for maximum stiffness and control. New ergonomics place the rider in an ideal position to push the bike effortlessly into corners, while the blacked out components perfectly match the aggressive streetfighter styling and ensure the Roadster looks as good as it goes.


Install Lambo Door

Posted on 7:30 AM by My_revival

Below is a way to install lambo door,before installing I suggest you to prepare equipment.

Remove fender of a car with a take of the bolts on the engine bay and around the wheel wells. Also do not forget the bolts near the lamp inside the engine bay and the underside of the lid skirt

With a closed door meeting took masking tape or duct tape and placed across the roof / windshield, door to door and window. This will allow you to see how much adjusting needed to be made when the door comes from its hinges.

With someone leaning against the door to make sure that nothing will fall on you when you break the bolts loose, took the 10 bolts holding the door hinges on the stock. Mark the hinge to which side they came off so if you take the hinge off you'll be putting them on the right side.

Attach hinges to the car and loose mounting bolts into the car. Get all the bolts to the car then you can make adjustments with tightening them later. The upper part of this kit using only two bolts, not three like the factory hinges.

Tighten down all really tight with the door bolt held in place. Adjustments can be made later if necessary. Be sure not to over tighten the bolts go into the door they're easy to strip in some cases.

Did someone lift the door while you screw into the upper arm shock mount (blue) on the hinge and then pop his head in shock (red) to the ball together. There are two types of farm laborers who shear pin down the ball around the head to lock into place.

Time to roll the fender. I used tin snips and cut a small cut down the bumper and 45-degree angle at the end and folded back with pliers and a hammer. After placing the fender and mounting it with a few bolts I noticed that the door would not open enough to clean the stopper without hitting the fender.

Some kits come with bolt holes under the cut as a slide to make up for small adjustments. Mine will not tighten enough and wants to disrupt the harmony of the slide and when I lifted the door after a few days.

After all is said in done the lambo doors will probably need one more adjustment after about a week after getting the shock settled in and you see how the door closes and opens.