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Road-legal Yoshimura exhausts for Hayabusa

Yoshimura has just announced its latest range of road-legal dual-exit exhausts for the 2008-2010 Suzuki Hayabusa. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts Saving up to a claimed 10kg over the standard cans, they're available in stainless (%XA31230), black 'metal magic' (%XA31390), titanium (%XA31345), 'titan blue' (%XA31505) or carbon (%XA31598) versions. They're claimed to add power and torque throughout the rev range. More info: www.phoenixnw.co.uk

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  • 26 July 2010

Osram launch new brighter street-legal bulbs

Osram now offer two new motorcycle bulbs to provide extra safety for bikers. MCN visited the UK HQ for the lighting giants for the official launch of the Night Racer and X-Racer. Compare and buy motorcycle lighting The Night Racer puts more light on the road and creates a longer beam than conventional bulbs so obstacles on the road can be spotted sooner....

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  • 30 September 2009

How to make sure your tyres are legal

As well as inflating them correctly, the Law says that the grooves of the tread pattern must have a depth of a least 1mm throughout a continuous band measuring at least three-quarters of the breadth of the tread and round the entire outer circumference of the tyre. Compare and buy motorcycle tyres As quite a few bike tyres have grooves that don't...

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  • 16 July 2009

Akrapovic road legal cans for Street Triple

Akrapovic slip-ons are now available for the hugely popular Triumph Street Triple. The pair of slip-on titanium or carbon-fibre exhausts has a whopping price tag of %XA3898, and for the following reasons. The brand has decided on the Hexagon-style silencer to compliment the clean lines of the naked streetbike with a choice of either titanium or carbon-fibre finishes, for the same price. They%X92re...

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  • 06 March 2009

Will a loud horn cause MoT failure?

Q. I am just wondering if there are any MoT or legal issues with a Steibel Nautilus horn that pumps out 139 decibels? My existing horn is fading slightly and I lost count of just how many people pulled out in front of me today %X96 twice very dangerously in front of cops, who did bugger all.Philtheidiot, MCN forums A. The MoT...

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  • 05 September 2012

How can I restrict a Honda VF400F?

Q. I am looking into buying a Honda VF400F. But I can't find a 33bhp kit or any legal way of restricting it. I have tried as many people and places as I can think of, including Honda dealerships and the like. As far as I can see the only way is to do the DAS course (I have a restricted...

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  • 25 June 2012

Tyres for a Firestorm?

I ride a 1998 Honda Firestorm which is mint (5000 miles) and the suspension is fully sorted which transforms the bike to what it should have been. But now the bike could do with more modern tyres to replace the old BT010s. I ride from legal speeds to countryside burn ups and would like a balance of reasonable grip, mileage and...

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  • 30 April 2012

Can police stop you for emissions?

Q. We know the police can do you for a noisy exhaust, but have they ever done anyone for excessive emissions on aftermarket exhausts?S Boucher, email A. Not as far as we%X92re aware. The police don%X92t have any testing kit as it%X92s not yet a legal requirement for motorcycle exhausts to meet emissions standards.

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  • 02 April 2012

Why is my Bandit 1250's exhaust popping?

Q. I bought my 2008 Suzuki Bandit 1250SA new and I like everything except the massive end can. I replaced this with a twin outlet road legal can from Banditmania which looks and sounds great. The problem is that when I roll off the throttle to slow for junctions or lights I get some popping from the new end can. Should I...

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  • 07 December 2011

Remus GP Revolution silencer

Remus GP Revolution silencer, %XA3342 Miles covered/time: 850/six months What%X92s good: This satin black Remus GP Revolution end can weighs less than half the standard Honda CBR600F-W exhaust it replaces, sounds fruitier but remains road legal, looks better and needs no mucking about with the jetting in the carburettors. My main reasons for fitting the pipe were so I could make sure...

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  • 22 June 2011

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