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BrandsR6

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BrandsR6 says:

Do you declare modifications to your insurer?

4 questions regarding modifications (ie. exhaust, braided hoses, screens, crash bungs etc).....


1. If you have mods, what are they?
2. Have you declared them?
3. If yes, how much difference did it make to your premium?
4. Who are you insured with?

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BrandsR6

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BrandsR6 says:

Quickshifter

I guess if it's a standard factory fitment, it would be replaced along with all other parts damaged in a crash.

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beaconsman

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beaconsman says:

mods

All mods declared on my bandit and the zzr, no issues.

(bandit - k n N, MTC race can with legal baffles, removable)
ZZR1100 -  Braided lines, wavy discs, fireblade front callipers) 

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steveb

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steveb says:

Yup

always tell the insurers about the mods I remember.

The only bike they ever raise an eyebrow at is the Honda C90 because it has a chinese 125 engine fitted. Race cans/k&N's/uprated brakes on the bigger bikes never an issue.

 

The trickiest mod I ever had to insure was an RX7 (yes it's a car) with a BMW 318Si engine and box fitted. That one had to go through Adrian Flux.

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