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Bike part review: Moto Master Flame disc

Chris Newbigging, 06 October 2010 14:43

Moto Master Flame disc, £200 (approx) Miles covered/time: Five months/eight race meetings What’s good? Stopping power, put simply. This saw blade-like rotor is the recommended brand to suit the SBS carbon racing pads in my TZR250 (a similar set-up is used by some World Supersport teams), and between the two parts I can stick my race bike on its nose ...

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Product review: Halfords 60-piece Professional socket set

Chris Newbigging, 25 February 2010 17:11

Halfords 60-piece Professional socket set £39.99 (seven years ago; nearest equivalent is 90-piece set at £89.99)Miles covered/time: 11 bikes worth of repair/maintenance/seven years What’s good? For £40 this socket set was a stupendous bargain – 1/4”, 3/8” ratchets, metric, imperial, deep reach and spark plug sockets plus screwdriver/allen bits and extension bars have covered most workshop and pitlane tasks. Save ...

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Tool review: Cruz Tools sliding T-bar socket set

Chris Newbigging, 25 February 2010 16:50

Cruz Tools sliding T-bar socket set, £17.70Miles covered/time: One year What’s good? Before I used a T-bar, I didn’t see the point – I already have a socket set. But they’re so convenient for removing and fitting things quickly, especially the bodywork, brake caliper bolts and gearbox drain bolts on my race bike. Save cash on motorcycle products They fit ...

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Product review: Halfords Professional cantilever tool box

Chris Newbigging, 10 February 2010 14:15

Product: Halfords Professional cantilever tool box £22.99Miles covered/time: One year/five race meets – 100s of garage hours What’s good? Racing means most of my tools need to be portable, and also easy to find. Save £££s on motorcycle products Drawer units are nice, but for convenience they can’t beat my cantilever box. Open it up and everything is on display ...

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Product review: Draper 34570 torque wrench

Chris Newbigging, 02 February 2010 17:05

Draper 34570 torque wrench, £17.33Time used: 18 months What’s good? Japanese bikes’ cheapo build in places makes it essential to own a torque wrench. Save cash on motorcycle products It’s vital to prevent stripping threads, or parts falling off, and to ensure that every nut and bolt on your bike is tightened to the correct tension. This Draper wrench is ...

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Product review: Halfords Professional 10-piece Combination Spanners

Chris Newbigging, 27 January 2010 16:28

Halfords Professional 10-piece Combination SpannersMiles covered/time: One year/countless tasks What’s good? Cheap spanners are a pain in the arse – even if they fit nuts properly to start with they soon wear, causing slips which knacker fasteners and graze knuckles. Save cash on motorcycle products So far these have fitted perfectly everytime, and the chrome vanadium finish is holding up ...

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