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I'm one of you now!
Written by macjohno on 5/21/2010 at 05:36 pm

About the tank bag - I have glued magnets to the underside of the plastic faux
tank shelter in the positions that locate the magnets on the tank bag, and it
works very well. You have to use fairly strong magnets - I busted open some old
computer hard drives and used the ceramic magnets from them. The shelter itself
is not hard to remove.
JohnO in Nashville

Message Thread for message #93363

motorcyclema...
5/21/2010, 02:00 am
I'm one of you now!
PCers: My black, 1995 PC arrived on my doorstep this afternoon (late, but better late than never), and I've had a chance to make a quick run into town (about 14 miles round trip.) Tomorrow, I'll head 75 miles west to the AspenCash Motorcy

    israel_96gtp
    5/21/2010, 02:03 am
    I'm one of you now!
    I have an owner's manual in the original sleeve if you need one. -------------------------------------------------- From: "Karen Boehler" <

      motorcyclema...
      5/21/2010, 02:11 am
      I'm one of you now!
      Israel, you wrote: > I have an owner's manual in the original sleeve if you need one. That was quick! Get back to me directly (

        israel_96gtp
        5/21/2010, 02:14 am
        I'm one of you now!
        First off, welcome to the group -- hope you love your PC as much as I loved the two I had. I have since moved on to other bikes, but the love for the PC remains. I'll dig up the manual -- shoot me your address and I'll get it over to you.

          c172myp51
          5/21/2010, 02:20 am
          I'm one of you now!
          When you get your manual, please copy & laminate the first section which tells you how to remove the plastic. It gets so worn, filthy, wet, if you just use the book each time. -Scott --- In

    c172myp51
    5/21/2010, 02:16 am
    I'm one of you now!
    Don't go much over 150 miles without at least looking for gas. I've run out before in the 165 range, but was going 75 or 80 for the entire tankful. Once you get back to a reasonable speed, like between 65-70 you will get high 40's-low 50's fo

    douglasvanb
    5/21/2010, 02:21 am
    I'm one of you now!
    Karen, Not to toot my own recently upgraded PC's horn :-0), but this page of links I've been putting together might be of some use:

    wayne277
    5/21/2010, 03:48 am
    I'm one of you now!
    Welcome to our world Karen. I might have an idea for crash protection, first - just don't. Failing that you can buy a roll of chrome body side molding at any parts store that sticks on with 3M tape. It gives you something between your bike an

    unlikelylogi...
    5/21/2010, 05:26 pm
    I'm one of you now!
    --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, Karen Boehler <karen_boehler@...> wrote: > PCers: >... > For now though

    macjohno
    5/21/2010, 05:36 pm
    I'm one of you now!
    About the tank bag - I have glued magnets to the underside of the plastic faux tank shelter in the positions that locate the magnets on the tank bag, and it works very well. You have to use fairly strong magnets - I busted open some old compu

    dave_hiett
    5/21/2010, 06:09 pm
    I'm one of you now!
    Karen, welcome to this crazy but useful group. Before continuing: DON"T FORGET TO NAME YOUR BIKE! That way, we'll know you're gonna keep it. Kinda like a puppy that way. 1. Manual - Others have offered hard copies, but here's the