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Hi, I'm Steak,

Bought my first TTR earlier this year and I'm smitten with it. I needed a lightweight bike due to a few medical gremlins and this suits me just fine. I mainly scratch around the country lanes of Staffordshire and it always puts a smile on my face. Like myself, the bike has a few gremlins to sort out and I relish the opportunity to get them sorted.



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Hi Steak and welcome to the forum!

I hope we can help you sort the TTR out wink

Brian



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Welcome to the forum Steak.

I like mine medium to well done! biggrin

If ever you come to Devon (the UK Trail paradise) you may need a bit lumpier rubber on your wheels.

As for sorting bike gremlins there's a stack of info on this site and people who can explain the "how to do it". smile

Enjoy it, and look after yourself - and machine. 

Martyn



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Thanks Brian,

I've already followed the advice on your post re: removing and inspecting the starter motor. Most informative and helpful. Thank you.

It's good to know that there's help and advice available.

Steak.



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Thanks Martyn,

It's good to be part of the online community. Devon is a beautiful county. I'm lucky to have a DR dirt bike for off-road and my beloved XJ for the black stuff. My TTR is a perfect in-between. I'm happy to hear that I can get some specialists advice in getting into A1 condition.

Cheers,

Steak.



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