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ricicle

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ricicle says:

restrictor removal

a friend has asked me as he is very near the end of his restriction, can he remove the restrictor himself  without causing legal problems he is a competent motor mechanic 

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  • Posted 2 years ago (21 August 2012 22:03)

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Legally yes

once his time is up.

From a technical point, how easy it'll be will depend on the bike and how its restricted.

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bmwgs

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bmwgs says:

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yes you can. as the dvla dont have on paper what bike have restriction fitted .  once its be brought back to full bhp then tell the insuraces comp job done.

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ricicle

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ricicle says:

thank you

Hi AdieR and bmwgs, many thanks for getting back to me.  I'll pass on your messages.

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