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Product review: Wemmi wipes

Marc Abbott, 12 October 2012 14:56

Wemmi wipes, £1.99 for a tube of eightTime used: One year What’s good: These small tablets (about double the thickness of an extra strong mint) expand to become a half-way house between a tissue and a flannel when dosed with a modest amount of water. They’ve come in handy for wiping visors, taking dead flies off headlights and mirrors, and ...

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Product review: Hagon shock service

Sean Warwick, 13 March 2012 11:56

Hagon shock service, £99.50Miles covered/time: N/a What’s good: Faced with a £300 bill to replace a weary Hagon shock on the extensively neglected 1989 BMW R100GS I bought last year, I was pleased to discover that a Hagon shock service comes in at a third of that cost. The service included a full strip and rebuild, plus new damper rod, ...

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Shock rebuild by Brook Suspension

Steve Farrell, 09 November 2011 10:22

Shock rebuild by Brook Suspension, £185 Miles covered/time: 1000/three months What's good: It’s saved over £100 compared to getting a replacement shock for my Kawasaki KR1S. If it hadn't needed a new rod as part of the rebuild, a further £75 could have been saved. A new shock would have meant losing the damping adjuster mounted on the sub-frame, which ...

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Making MCN's GSX-R1000 turn faster

Michael Guy, 09 September 2009 11:18

On the road I¹ve nothing but praise for the GSX-R and my only complaints have been focussed on the K9¹s character on track where it has a reluctance to turn and change direction. Having been fortunate enough to test newly crowned British Superstock champion Alistair Seeley¹s TAS Relentless Suzuki recently I knew that there was still a lot to come ...

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What is fork pitting and how does it affect your suspension?

Marc Abbott, 05 August 2009 15:55

Fork pitting happens as a result of objects such as small stones striking the working surface of the forks. Compare and buy motorcycle suspension parts The damage accelerates the wear on the fork bushes and can tear seals.


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