is from another big place in Norway, Sveio. Actually he grew up on the
farm next to mine. He has always had a big interest for motorist vehicles.
(His grandfather said ones: "It's impossible to get him to do
anything if it's not on a tractor")
To make the story short, this will be
about his motorbikes from the beginning till now. And in the
beginning everything started fine with a Kawazaki KE100, or more precise
two. One for road use and one just for fun in the forest.
After some time a 100ccm won't be enough,
so he brought a Kawasaki Z650FIII (like mine, wise) That bike was driven
hard thro many roads in Norway and Europe.
Then when he sold the Kawasaki Z650, he
brought a Yamaha FJ1200 and that even when he knows there are so many fine
Kawa's to ride around with?? Well the FJ1200 was a fine bike, (when I
tried it many years ago, it was ...........the best bike I had tested
then) He had the Yamaha for several years, and when the time come for a
newer bike, I thought it would be natural with a newer Kawasaki. But he
brought a BMW
A BMW K1200RS, brand new, lots of German
steel. By friend named the "Hitler sledge". At all a fine
bike, excellent for touring. And every year he drives the BMW back to
Germany just to let it feel at home for a while.
The BMW is fast but not as fast as my
ZZR1100 or Kåre's ex CBR1100XX. I think Morten didn't like that, from he
got the bike he has been speaking about chip tuning the big machine. And
early this year (2002) he did it. (sins it's my site I have to tell it,
the ZZR1100 pulled away in every gear!!) A little disappointment for
Morten and after a Dyno-run he found out that he had lost around 10 hp
with the new chip. Now is he talking about another chip, at all it's a
turbo he needs.
If you want to talk chip tuning with
Morten, e-mail him at: firstname.lastname@example.org