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Dec 10

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preunit says:

Ear plugs, YES or No?

tried them once and hated it!

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Jan 04

Posts: 806

fogie says:

ear plugs

Always, just normal squashy ones. Do a good job, too.....  eh? pardon?  :biggrin:

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Feb 08

Posts: 6513

StealthSV says:


ABOUT 10 PAST 11!!

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Jul 08

Posts: 4333

ninjachica says:


Never used them.

Can't hear a thing.:wink:

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brutale r


Dec 07

Posts: 3244

brutale r says:

here we go again

first Snev your mother in law is right

just because you see rossi  and the racers put them in you all follow

if rossi put a but plug in you all would  wouldent you lot of try hards

i can just see next yrs ear plug and but plug thread phill to snev "hey snev i just got the super dooper new but plug it vibrates up to # 10 " snev to phill " i got the one attached to my cock ring and ear plugs  :lol:


i posted a report last year i thunk, about this that if your lid fits properly you dont need them .. if your lid dont fit properly why the fuck are rideing then

all the gear no fear but realy no idea

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Jan 11

Posts: 7633

snev says:


"I swear by them"..... when the Mother in law is in range......

 that's all ...:smile

 never wear them on me bikes... Don't care about the Rossi/Stoner thing, don't care about the latest gear ....too old and stuck in me ways for all that:upset:


Love all the Banter on here though.....:biggrin:

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Nov 02

Posts: 1324

norris says:

Do now

But years of riding without have sc***ed my ears. Got all the classic signs of earing damage, tinnitus, thinking people are saying something completely different to what they actually are, and not being able to hear individual conversations where there's background noise. Makes you look a dummy sometimes.
So..Yes you should wear them if possible.

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Aug 09

Posts: 6881

stevedeejay says:


always :smilesometimes ive stopped for a break and put me lid back on forgetting them and have to stop asap to put them back in feel straaaaange now riding without them:biggrin:

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brutale r


Dec 07

Posts: 3244

brutale r says:


if you feel you need to say screwed say it don't go the pc way sc****ed mummy cant see you on here.. the rest of it is because YOUR FEKKIN OLD


steve mate get a vespa scooter and a parker oh and get some Viagra you soft cock


snev the banter gets better

and pre nut do you like bringing this up every yr just for me to rant and ave a dig all the gear types...thank you



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Mar 10

Posts: 1032

bmwgs says:


i do all the time it cuts out the wind noise and you can here the bike better. i get them free from my mates work so get a big bag of free ones 

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Apr 11

Posts: 841

Richnotrich says:

I wear them

for longer journeys.

I tend not to bother for shorter rides. The damage is proportional to the amount of time you are exposed to damaging noise levels.

This article explains it a lot better than I can and Brutale does.

Hearing Test

I agree that helmet fit has a part to play, but I'm certainly not going to not wear them just coz some bloke on here doesn't like them.

Anyway, Rossi copied me. I was wearing them long before he became famous.:tongue:

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