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Recently sold much much-loved and rare ZX900E-1 and suddenly found myself the possessor of a 1992 ZX1100-C3 (don't ask how). The previous owner (a close friend) mentioned something he referred to as 'the gyro' (when I told him I'd be removing the cowling/body fairings to work on it) that is located in the front part of the bike's nose fairing and said it 'must be carefully removed and reinserted in exactly the same position it was found in', a very cryptic remark that baffles me entirely. Any ideas as to what he is talking about? [I can't ask him at the moment, due to circumstances.] Thanks for any insights anyone may have to share with me on this? 馃
 

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Back in the day we used to heat breakfast tacos on the header collectors during Sunday morning rides in the Texas Hill Country.
 

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That's the thing that keeps your blinker fluid from spilling in hard corners!

Or mayby it keeps your muffler bearing spinning... ;} )=
 
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