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Any one had any experience with these bikes, reveiws seem to be good, the reads to be a couple of production issues but the manufacture seems to be dealing with the issues and clients to get everything resolved unlike the Japaneese brands do.

This wouldn’t be replacement  for a T7 as I believe like the other dual sports it’s in a different class being a light weight single cylinder but maybe a future upgrade for my DRZ when I kill it(if that’s possible)

i love the rally screen on this which I think is what draws me so much to the T7.

 

http://www.ajpaustralia.com.au/pr7

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I am still amazed that a company in Europe can produce bikes without ABS these days. Ever since Euro 4, they haven´t sold a single bike in Europe with plates. 

 

The bike looks good, but what can this do that a KTM690/Husky 701 can´t? 

 

Fabros

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19 hours ago, T700 said:

Any one had any experience with these bikes, reveiws seem to be good, the reads to be a couple of production issues but the manufacture seems to be dealing with the issues and clients to get everything resolved unlike the Japaneese brands do.

This wouldn’t be replacement  for a T7 as I believe like the other dual sports it’s in a different class being a light weight single cylinder but maybe a future upgrade for my DRZ when I kill it(if that’s possible)

i love the rally screen on this which I think is what draws me so much to the T7.

 

http://www.ajpaustralia.com.au/pr7

I know the USA distributer.  These are amazing bikes, but they are not street legal in many areas. In my state, I can license plates for it and ride on the street, but states like California would never allow one of these on the streets. 

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I have ridden it for 2 weeks in portugal and morocco and it is amazing! Out of the box it is ready for some dirt action. The suspension is great, comfy seat and riding position and nice bits all around. I would compare it to ktm 690 - which i have only ridden for a demo day. Compared to the xt660 tenere which i owned and travelled in australia - the AJP beats it totally for fun factor🙂 I believe it has a huge following in australia - and rightly so. Check out the aussie forum on advrider - lots of info. 

If only I could buy it in Denmark i would!

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7 hours ago, Fabros said:

I am still amazed that a company in Europe can produce bikes without ABS these days. Ever since Euro 4, they haven´t sold a single bike in Europe with plates. 

 

The bike looks good, but what can this do that a KTM690/Husky 701 can´t? 

 

Fabros

It’s a lot cheaper straight from the crate plus it already has a comfortable seat and a nice looking rally screen and a 17 litre tank as standard that is a huge add cost for the 690/701.

not to mention all the reliability issues of the 701 and for where I ride that’s what’s most important to me.

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I have an AJP PR7    it is street legal in Europe; no need of ABS for one person enduro bikes.  It is an impressive trail-enduro bike ready for long distance adv trips. Very comfortable, powerful, large autonomy, uses a tablet for GPS, light.... for me it is like a modern and comfortable honda xr650r

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42 minutes ago, loneranger700 said:

Shet son, you can browse Google Chrome??

DSCF2363-Copia-scaled.jpg

News UPDATE: A Boise man died tragically while surfing pornhub on his motorcycle. Helicopter crews are attempting to recover his body down a very steep cliff. Jaws of life are attempting to remove the smile from his face.  

Now off to Jeff with the Weather!

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There is a guy locally who owns one in my riding group. Brilliant bike and they are really well thought out. I keep asking him if we can install my CP2 motor in it. Then it would be perfect.

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5 hours ago, Cruizin said:

I kinda wish i had bought one of these instead of the T7.  I'll never get the T7 that light, nor will the T7 ever have as good suspension. 

It's never to late to chase your dream... 👍 🤔

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having had test ride on the pr7 and rode 20,000 mls on an swm superdual. the pr7 is miles better as an off road bike. i road the full power version. the pr7 and superdual share the same engine.the last italian husky te 630. good engine but not so good for long tours. the t7 beats it hands down for a long tour with a spot of off road. just a note...i had and oil pump failure at 10,000mls...engine replaced under warranty.

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