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Hi help please got myself a great clean Ducati 999 just over a year ago with 10k on it. was told belts had been changed 6 or 7 months previous. But got them changed again including service, water, shims checked and adjusted, and iridium sparks. Ran great for a year. But a couple of months ago it cut out when I pulled the clutch in. But started 1st time and was ok for weeks. Then it started to splutter between 1 and 3 thou but went away. I went to get petrol a few weeks later it started spluttering ...
1 My girlfriend and her friends were really impressed by that royal treatment on my last birthday. Well, those first class memories were because of Hourly Limousine Services by Car Service Toronto.
Hey guysNeed some advice.On Monday I put down a deposit of %XA3650 for a new Suzuki GSX650F ABS, from a dealer that was in a different part of the country, and was going to do the rest on finance.Received the finance documents today but decided not to go through with it, personal reasons etc.I informed the dealer that I wasn't going to go through with the bike and asked for my deposit to be refunded.After hearing nothing I emailed them and just got a reply saying that they were going to refund the money minus a %XA3200 cancellation fee. This ...
Hi there,Has anybody had experience of buying this kit from ebay etc? Or perhaps from a UK-based web-site. The savings are significent......Cheers,Chris
Hello there!Anyone interested in accommodation for Brno? We still have available rooms in the Continental Hotel in Created 30 July 2014 10:26 by polepositiontravel
Hi just after some advise I need a new helmet and want to buy the Nolan N104 but I don't know if its worth paying the extra and getting the newer evo version or saving the cash and buying the older one. Any advise would be great.Thanks
My remote won't de activate my datatool alarm imobiliser on my zx9r. Its 15 years old and has been trouble free throughout. I guess its had its time and I want to take it off. Is this a job for an expert or can it just be disconnected.
My bike insurance was automatically renewed by Bennetts at a high cost compared to other insurers. Apparently Bennetts can help themselves to you money (because they have your card details from previous policies) by claiming that they sent you a reminder by post. The reminder allows you to stop the automatic reminder, great but the first I knew of this was when my new policy arrived. Phoned Bennetts and was told it would cost %XA330 to cancel a policy that I did not want or ask for! You couldn't make this up!Martin
Hello! New to the forums,I was hoping to ask you guys for some help. I'm looking to start riding within the year, I've already saved up some money to pay for tests, licences etc. I've however hit the dilemma of where to keep my future bike. I've just finished my first year of uni, thus I've moved to a new flat with bicycle storage. The road I am on itself, I do not trust (Just off Gloucester Road for those of you who know Bristol). There is a residential area nearby I can rent a driveway, but is way out of ...
Hi guys,I'm planning a trip to Bologna, Italy on my 899 Panigale in October and it will be my first time touring in Europe and on a sportsbike. The trip will be 10 days in total, 3 days outbound, 3 days in Bologna and then 4 days back. Stopping at Reims & Geneva (ob), Milan, Annecy, Dijon & Reims (ib) I'd appreciate any advice you could give me regarding sportsbike touring in general, things to see along the way, weather at this time of year, fuel prices and anything else you guys think I might need to know about.Looking forward to ...
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