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Hello everyone.
I'm a Kawasaki Zephyr 550 rider from Poland. It's nice to see place like this forum with a lot of motorcycle freaks!

At the beginning - my English skills need some improve... so sorry if something will be impossible to understand.

Greetings from Poland.
 

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WELCOME ON ABOARD, and...

We are friendly site here. Well, most of us馃榿
 

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Welcome to the forum, please tell us about riding in Poland
 

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In Poland we have good motorcycle community. Lots of nice spots to turistic riding with breathtaking view. Lots of meeting with the community. The major problem is that season to riding is about from april to october because of weather - I know the guys who riding almost whole year when the snow is absence but it's not so cool when outside temperature is below 5*C (41F). On roads there is very different motorcycles. For foreign Polish old motorcycles can be the most intresting. My favorites are : Moped - Romet Pony (lots of bikers starts their journey with that moped years ago) and Junak M10 (350cc with dry oil pan).
 

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That's Junak M10 :) It's a Polish motorcycle produced from 1956 to 1965. Very nice, good sounding motorcycle but Junak had a problem with quality of parts - like other motorbikes produced during the time of socialist. Was a joke - If Junak doesn't have leak it probably meaning he hasn't any oil.
 

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That's Junak M10 :) It's a Polish motorcycle produced from 1956 to 1965. Very nice, good sounding motorcycle but Junak had a problem with quality of parts - like other motorbikes produced during the time of socialist. Was a joke - If Junak doesn't have leak it probably meaning he hasn't any oil.
That's a cool-looking ride. Definitely old-school. Welcome to the forum.
 

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That's Junak M10 :) It's a Polish motorcycle produced from 1956 to 1965. Very nice, good sounding motorcycle but Junak had a problem with quality of parts - like other motorbikes produced during the time of socialist. Was a joke - If Junak doesn't have leak it probably meaning he hasn't any oil.
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Have never seen a Januk, or even heard of it for that matter. Very cool. Your oil description reminds me of the 1950s Harley showroom floors where all new Harleys required oil pans under them to protect the sales floor when on display. :ROFLMAO:馃毑
 

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Have never seen a Januk, or even heard of it for that matter. Very cool. Your oil description reminds me of the 1950s Harley showroom floors where all new Harleys required oil pans under them to protect the sales floor when on display. :ROFLMAO:馃毑
Another "rider" who doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. It really gets tiresome.
 

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You don't remember the automatic chain oiler Harleys used to have TR?
 

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Of course I know how Harley oiled their chains, that wasn't my point. What was being said was that typical Harley, always leaking oil, even on the showroom floor. The intent was to say the engines were leaking oil because of poor manufacturing. The oil from the automatic chain oilier only dripped oil when the motorcycle was in operation. It wasn't just sitting there leaking oil. If you want deeper analysis I'll be glad to make it more clear. Sorry John, it didn't work...
 

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What didn't work? If the motor had been started the oiler would drip. It was a feature not a fault.
 
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