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Floods in Japan.
« on: July 08, 2018, 11:46:03 AM »
 

robvangulik

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@Xpd, do you have any troubles with excessive amounts of water?
As far as I know you live in the danger zone.....
 

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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2018, 01:18:24 AM »
 

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No problem at all. I live in Nara Pref.
That heavy rain assaulted mainly Hiroshima,Ehime,Okayama,Yamaguchi, Hyogo and Kyoto.
Nara got relatively light damage.

 And now, it is quite hot summer. Too hot. Today, it will reach 37 Celsius degree.
 I have serious concern about Tokyo Olympic 2020.. Because it will take place two year later July.
 Japan's July is quite inappropriate time for such sport events. But IOC decided that schedule because of TV
broadcasting.

 Anyway,my CBR750 also has no problem. No news is good news.
 As you may know, I have BMW K75S and Honda CBR750. K75S is 32 years old. CBR is 30 years old.
 However, K75S has many maintenance problems. Currently it has after fire problem. I have to check intake system. In contrast, CBR750 has very few problem.
  So I can say CBR750 is more economical vehicle than K75S.

 

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« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2018, 01:42:19 AM »
 

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Good to hear all is allright, and ofcourse the CBR is better.
Mine is 31 years old now, is over 321.000 km on the clock and still going strong.
Keep on riding!