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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-28-2016, 09:11 PM
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Foxyrhei, It's also nice that the kit includes a cute cat as well.
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@alloo - heated one?! Can you please point me with link!

@BurgyBill - regular termoscud is available for all 650's, EVO for 2013+. But EVO costs more. Anyway, even regular termoscud is very nice and worth every penny.

@Takahashi - I've noted how to access gas cap easier. Once you stop on gas station, do following:
1) Put side straps under termoscud on rivets (those straps you are sitting on)
2) Put bike on central stand
3) Raise termoscud up, so straps will mount exact on grips. Access to gas cap will be way easier using this method. If you need, I can record additional video soon

Regarding options to keep termoscud held up, there are 3 ways. I used only first one and will try second and third once I mount termoscud back.
1) Deflate side inflatable system. Then push side parts of termoscud forward and up as much as possible to foot board. Make sure that strap over shoulder is on gas cap and lock side straps over strap over shoulder. In this case access to gas cap will be a pain and you will not be able to put your feet forward.
2) Do not deflate inflatable system. Move strap over shoulder on top of termoscud, then in gap between plastic and termoscud down to gas cap. Then lock side straps with central strap
3) Do not deflate inflatable system. Move strap over shoulder under termoscud, down to gas cap. Then lock side straps with central strap
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so an uodate on my termoscud after 5k miles. The left rib has a puncture. and needs re-inflating every day. if you let it go down, then you are really gonna know about it at 65mph plus.

on the plus sides, its kept my legs warm(ish), I'm always cold, so most people would probably be sweating, and dry. the amount of water these things can sit on the top without leaking is basically a puddle that can cover most of the top. even when riding in heavy downpours, the water will sit on it, so get used to pushign it off with you knees.

Fantsastic purcahse, and mine will stay on all year round, i just clip it up in the warmer days using sleeping bag clips

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so an uodate on my termoscud after 5k miles. The left rib has a puncture. and needs re-inflating every day. if you let it go down, then you are really gonna know about it at 65mph plus.

on the plus sides, its kept my legs warm(ish), I'm always cold, so most people would probably be sweating, and dry. the amount of water these things can sit on the top without leaking is basically a puddle that can cover most of the top. even when riding in heavy downpours, the water will sit on it, so get used to pushign it off with you knees.

Fantsastic purcahse, and mine will stay on all year round, i just clip it up in the warmer days using sleeping bag clips
Glad you're happy with Termoscud. It's fantastic product, but not ideal. I've patched both ribs around 6 times so far (since year and a half). Our model of termoscud seems have design issue and ribs are not designed to take such load on a static as they do. I've contacted Tucano Urbano asking if they have plans to create updated Evo version like for 650 L3, but got no answer from them.

I will create video soon about how to patch rib and will post it here.
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Foxyrhei, thank you for your detailed review. In South Carolina, USA, It was 74 degrees F (23 C) yesterday but it is good to know that this is available to give comfort in colder locations.
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So, if you have puncture in your rib, watch this


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Excellent, I'll get this done very soon! Top work, i didnt realise it was velcroed in!

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Also now I'm doing email conversation with Tucano Urbano Customer Care and figured out that inflatable ribs from 650 L3 Termoscud EVO will fit 400 K7+ regular termoscud.

Now I'm trying to figure out if ribs from EVO version are any better from material perspective than from regular Termoscud

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