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New Revzilla CT90 vs CT125 Alaska ride video

dmonkey

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Looked like a fun ride. Ari posted an Instagram story of what the CT90's piston looked like after the trip and it was carbon caked and had a lot of skirt wear and signs of overheating. Who knows how much of that was already there before the trip though. I'm sure they'll refresh it a bit and it will be ready for another half century of riding.
 

AZ7000'

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So, I just watched it and a great show. I like it for a few reasons, the pic below is my 1975 w 3100 original miles and my 125. They ran what they had, didn’t sweat magnetic drain plugs or shift supports…. Filled the old one w rotella and carried a bottle.
In pretty much all cases these bikes will run forever, basic maintenance and my 90 is currently running like a champ. I’m going to change the 125 oil in 300 more at 600.
They looked like and are a great time!!
 

dmonkey

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Good point. Though their luggage setup was lacking. Nothing that couldn't have been solved with more straps and cargo nets.
 

STUINTH60S

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My idea of a dream trip, except I would like to start in Key West and go up through Alberta. But alas there is today's traffic. At 73 I do not have a death wish. :cool:
 

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G19Tony

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I'd like to know how the guy on the 125 got panniers on both sides of the bike. That was a great video.
 
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