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    Preventive maintainess sounds like there are thinking ahead lol.
    Pictures are ok I getting used to standing on my head now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalmonkey View Post
    For the love of God

    Right, so I need to test every image before I post on here to check it's orientation....
    No offense to you and Prince, but if you guys could take the extra 15 minutes to learn how to upload your pics to an external website and then link them to your posts, it would be great.

    Here's why....

    #1 Every photo hosted on MCM costs the site money in bandwith charges.

    #2 When you upload pics to MCM directly, they look like shit.

    #3 Photo's hosted offsite load much faster.

    #4 Offsite photos display much larger, so we get to see more detail.

    Thanks for contributing, the RX's look cool.
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    When we talk about external pic storage . .. What is a good server fast and reliable for China and the rest of the world?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaV View Post
    No offense to you and Prince, but if you guys could take the extra 15 minutes to learn how to upload your pics to an external website and then link them to your posts, it would be great.

    Here's why....

    #1 Every photo hosted on MCM costs the site money in bandwith charges.

    #2 When you upload pics to MCM directly, they look like shit.

    #3 Photo's hosted offsite load much faster.

    #4 Offsite photos display much larger, so we get to see more detail.

    Thanks for contributing, the RX's look cool.
    No problem from my end ChinaV
    Just nice to see new post on MCM .
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaV View Post
    No offense to you and Prince, but if you guys could take the extra 15 minutes to learn how to upload your pics to an external website and then link them to your posts, it would be great.

    Here's why....

    #1 Every photo hosted on MCM costs the site money in bandwith charges.

    #2 When you upload pics to MCM directly, they look like shit.

    #3 Photo's hosted offsite load much faster.

    #4 Offsite photos display much larger, so we get to see more detail.

    Thanks for contributing, the RX's look cool.
    Can you recommend a site?
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    We travelled 480km today.(still in Guangdong). The first section by express way. Then we were turned off it by police.. The rest of the afternoon was spent traveling through many small towns.


    I got a chance to ride the rx4 today. The first impression was "oh no, it doesn't accelerate our decelerate as fast as the smaller bike, maybe sluggish, until I got used to it and found the extra power of this bike inspires great confidence in the rider... It just sort of takes you down the road. A comfortable and stable ride.
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    I got a chance to ride the rx4 today. The first impression was "oh no, it doesn't accelerate our decelerate as fast as the smaller bike, maybe sluggish, until I got used to it and found the extra power of this bike inspires great confidence in the rider... It just sort of takes you down the road. A comfortable and stable ride.
    Did you exspect more then that.?
    Tried the bike out 6 monhts ago at the factory.
    The engines needs to be WOT to get this bike moving.
    I was not impressed then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prince666 View Post
    Did you exspect more then that.?
    Tried the bike out 6 monhts ago at the factory.
    The engines needs to be WOT to get this bike moving.
    I was not impressed then.
    When I say it just takes you down the road I meant this as a good thing. The extra power is nice. I had a really fun day riding it first down the highway(until we were chucked off) then through many small towns.. Liking the green and muddy hills of Guangdong as a backdrop too.
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    To clarify..

    Hmmm. I rode the rx4 for most of the day today.At first I was disappointed as it's not as nippy and flickable as the rx3s.
    Plus acceleration and deceleration both seemed slower (the latter with engine But, after a while, I found it not to be sluggish on the road(it's heavier by 20kg) but it felt more planted .. The extra power became quite reassuring. Still, at first felt I had to anticipate stuff ahead of time, cos, unlike the smaller bike, it didn't quickly pull into empty spaces.. And unlike the smaller bike often had no more to give at the top of the rev range.

    Actually, and maybe it's just the specific bike I was using, I found it maxed out at 6k in sixth gear with the throttle wide open. I managed a top speed of about 148Nice chugging power though.
    . Less vibey at speed.. Another rider said that might be because the screen is bigger so less wind, dunno, I although inexpert would put it down to the fact it's a single not twin cylinder.

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