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The owner is Paul Stanick from Salzgitter/Niedersachsen - Germany

the bike has 106hp - speed 260 km
the oiltank below the the frame contents 4,5 l
the weight is 179 kilo

I hope my Englisch is good enough to read , ha,haa
 

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Very nice Easy-LW. Where exactly do you live, i am from Den Helder. Any meetings you are going to in the near future??
Greetz Stef
 

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The owner is Paul Stanick from Salzgitter/Niedersachsen - Germany

the bike has 106hp - speed 260 km
the oiltank below the the frame contents 4,5 l
the weight is 179 kilo

I hope my Englisch is good enough to read , ha,haa
Thanks for the information. And your "Englisch" is fine :D
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
Very nice Easy-LW. Where exactly do you live, i am from Den Helder. Any meetings you are going to in the near future??
Greetz Stef
I live in Almelo , the other side of the Netherlands , i and my brothers don,t go to meetings for 40 days , because a brother died for a few days ago.

Grtz Ron.
 
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I live in Almelo , the other side of the Netherlands , i and my brothers don,t go to meetings for 40 days , because a brother died for a few days ago.

Grtz Ron.
Sorry to hear about your brother man, my condoleances.
Always tough to loose a loved one.
Are you from the Veterans MC?

Greetz Stef
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
So sorry about your brother Easy.

That is a beautiful bike. The contoured tank has always been a favorite of mine. The bottom mounted oil cooler is really nice. How do you handle the oil transfer from the tank to the engine?

Do you run it without an aircleaner?
 
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