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videoarizona

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About videoarizona

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    1989 VR 1.2, 2005 RSV
  • Birthday January 14

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  • City
    Green Valley

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  • Interests
    Riding, sailing, cooking, travel (on or off bike!!)

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  • Occupation/Biography
    Retired film/video producer/director/shooter

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  • Home Country
    United States

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  • Bike Year and Model
    1989 Venture Royale 1.2, 2005 RSV

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  • Name
    David Jon Devoucoux

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  • Cellular Phone
    602-418-5814

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  • Other clubs and organizations affiliations
    VR.Org for Ventures.

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  • State/Province
    AZ

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    Yes

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  1. I loved the Chrysler convertibles of those days. Roadrunner, Satellite, 300s....Sigh.
  2. Thank you Josh and Don... Quite the undertaking! 🙂 I do have one question: Where/how can I "like" a post?
  3. Thanks for the video, Chief! Good stuff! And yea, nice avoidance!
  4. Thanks Boss! Now forget work and relax! (It was strange not having the forum around)
  5. Ron. No. The tire manufacture takes heat into account. If you set your cold tire pressure to the max on the sidewall or less... Then the pressure build due to heat had already been considered. You are fine.
  6. Yikes! Think I see my 89 in the second picture? Grins!
  7. Happy to see you and Tip out on the roads again... Chasing those front wheels!! Stay safe...luv ya Bro..
  8. Both of my Ventures headlights pulse with the fuel pump. That's how I know when to hit the start button. When the light no longer pulses. Once started, I've never noticed any pulsing...
  9. Be careful buying one of those "made for a bunch of Harley's" headlights. Chinese junk that usually requires modification. Not all are bad, but many are. Best bet is a good LED bulb with the proper low beam cut off. I bought mine 3 years ago, passive cooling. Works great. Got 2 bulbs. Put one in my 1989 Venture and one in my 05 RSV. I'm pleased...and we have lots of desert to ride in at night! For the price, I would try the bulbs @cwtart posted about. Cheap enough to be worthy of a try. Seriously....good luck!
  10. Hello all, Just to let you know that Bill's father passed away this morning. Bill ( @KIC ) has been taking care of him for the past year. I met his dad. Liked him right away! Thoughts and prayers for Bill's family....Prayers Up! David
  11. Another member I wish I could have met. Our prayers go out to Dale's family. Amazing Obit! Well done, Dale...rest in peace, bro....
  12. I concur with Richard. It seems the issue I've had was the items shipped arrive at the border in a timely manner...then seem to take forever to be quarantined or whatever. But they do finally arrive at destination.
  13. I will add the reasons the Gen 2 is slower than the Gen 1: 1: Weight. Gen 2 is over 60lbs heavier. 2: Trannie. The Gen 2 is geared wrong (in my opinion). 4th and 5th are both overdrive gears. The rest of the gears, are taller as well...at least to me...and I own both Gens. Getting off the line is harder on a Gen 2 due to the taller gear. You have to stay out of 5th gear until freeway speeds...and hold the lower gears longer...letting the motor rev...in order to keep the MPG's up. I have no problem with the larger Gen 2 front tire. In fact, @cowpuc did a video on my bike...slow riding. H
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