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Ural Shifting

Clint, I'm not sure what year your patrol is, but my 2oo2 has a (crash box) transmission where in you are shifting gears, Not Synchronizers. Also keep in mind that the very people telling you to "bang it into gear with gusto" are the same ones who sell the new tranies. Only time and miles will tell who's right! Stay Upright Denny M  (Sep 12, 2007 | post #3)

Ural Motorcycle

interested in new ural

Hello Quinn Even thow the Ural is a wounderfull MC and works well in about any situation, I personally don't think (in town) Freeway riding is on the top of the list. Not that it's bad or dangerous, I just don't like the feel. But out on the open road, now there's another story..... Good Luck & Stay upright Denny M  (Aug 6, 2007 | post #9)

Ural Motorcycle

interested in new ural

Briam, When I considering My Ural Patrol the salesman put me in the side car and we rode around till we found an empty parking lot and I was allowed to "have at it". T'm sure any dealer worth his salt would be willing to do the the same! I purchased my patrol in Mesa Arizona at Logans Motorsports p.s. I love the siecar wheel drive on the patrol. Arizona is into it's Monsoon season and I live on a very bad dirt road, lots of mud when wet. No Problemo!!! Good Luck & stay upright Denny M  (Jul 17, 2007 | post #5)

Ural Motorcycle

Ural Shifting

I may be the only Ural owner who doesn't Know this, but then I'm always the last one to Know and the first to forget. I've discovered that there is a neutral between every gear in the Ural transmission, SO, buy shifting lightly, a person can go into neutral between every gear and leather "double clutching" or weighting a second before shifting into the the next gear you can eliminate the "crash" normally experienced. This technique is likened to shifting an old ford truck. It takes a little practice, but I think it will add many years to the tranny. This is something my dealer obviously did not Known, as I was told to just bang it into gear when I purchase the Bike. Stay Upright Denny M  (Jul 3, 2007 | post #1)

Ural Motorcycle

interested in new ural

hELLO, Paul Boufford I turned 60 in march, so i purthased a Ural Patrol as a present to myself, Iconsidered this a brave move for 60, But 79, I am impressed, we're all impressed, You Go Man, and stay upright. Denny M  (Jun 20, 2007 | post #3)

Ural Motorcycle

Serbia Ural Search

Try...... Starter d.o.o. Pionirska aleja 14 24413 Palic Tel: +381 24 754 850 Fax: +381 24 754 850  (Jun 11, 2007 | post #1)

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Ural carburation

I just solved what seemed to have all the ere markings of your problem. For me it turned out to be the electronic ignition exciter rotor. This is located under the microprocessor at the front of the engine (under about the only plastic on the bike). If you remove the microprocessor you will find a black segmented wheel, it is held on by a 10mm bolt. Remove the bolt and pull straight out and off the inside shaft. On inspection I am sure you will find the segmented wheel or cup is loose on it's shaft. This can be corrected by using a center punch on the back side to swage the wheel to the shaft. BUT!!! be for your do this find the correct position by replacing on the engine replace the processor and check your timing as explained in owners manual (Oh you don't have one) well go on line to Ural Motorcycle site and down load one, or the page you need. Once you find the correct place for the wheel or rotor if you will, remove it and go at it with the center punch where the rotor is pressed onto it's shaft, a number of small indents should be enough to tighten it. OR call your local dealer and order the new Ducati ignition being used on the 07s ~$300 Good Luck Denny M  (May 29, 2007 | post #4)