Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

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    Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

    I recently acquired my my lovely aquis, and, as documented here, promptly had to send it in for repair as the winding mechanism broke. it's been repaired by Oris and is running brilliantly.

    during the warm summer months i usually commute on my honda single cylinder motorcycle, a "thumper" if you will.

    great moto, but the vibrations, at certain speeds/rpm are a bit extreme.

    my submariner has handled such conditions with no question - is the Aquis up to the task this summer??

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    Re: Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

    by the way, last summer averaged over 80 mpg!! take that fuel costs!


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    Re: Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

    Unless you operate a jackhammer while riding the bike you should be O.K. If a cheapo mechanical is Yorkshire teenager resistant then something like the Aquis will handle the Honda with ease.

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    Re: Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

    I wear cheap Seiko and Orient riding Honda thumper as well with no issues.

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    Re: Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

    Unless it....or you....fall off, it should be fine.
    Do something exceptionally mediocre today

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    Re: Can the Aquis handle the Thumper??

    AngrySciencetist, should be no problems on your bike as took mine to 250+ kmh countless times.

    Blimey 80mpg !!!
    I only get 11L per 100km on stop/ traffic and 14L on faster runs. Low fuel light comes on around 180km.

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