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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-21-2019, 10:05 AM
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Very nice! Those are my old stomping grounds - Lime Creek road was always a favorite.

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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-22-2019, 11:08 AM
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Nice riding country! I sampled (on four wheels) some of that area last year. New Braunfels (and Wurstfest - insane!), Gruen, and ...where else... Luckenbach. Gotta love those RR roads!.Sure wasn't what I expected for Texas. Silly me!

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Nice riding country! I sampled (on four wheels) some of that area last year. New Braunfels (and Wurstfest - insane!), Gruen, and ...where else... Luckenbach. Gotta love those RR roads!.Sure wasn't what I expected for Texas. Silly me!
Texas is so big it's got a little bit of almost everything!

I'm back again this weekend and am figuring out how to retire out here once the kids are older.
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Nice riding country! I sampled (on four wheels) some of that area last year. New Braunfels (and Wurstfest - insane!), Gruen, and ...where else... Luckenbach. Gotta love those RR roads!.Sure wasn't what I expected for Texas. Silly me!
Texas is so big it's got a little bit of almost everything!



Hello everyone I just got the 2005 fjr1300 with 85k kilometers on it.
I have done basic standard service, oil changes and a little other checks.
I intend to do an up north, west and tour within my country and this friend of mine that rides a 2008 BigKing(adds STP engine treatment to his bike while doing his oil change) was advising I add the STP engine treatment to my engine to help me on the trip because our region(AFRICA, NIGERIA) is currently terribly hot this period with temperatures rising up to 40 to 45 degrees.
Did a few reading online about the STP engine treatment and saw a few good reviews...but I want to be double sure and ask a few people with long time experience(s) to plz kind suggest and advice.
Here is the particular STP he was advising I use...

I intend to start my tour on Thursday and intend to cover a total distance of over 3,000km in total.
Thank you all...
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