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Chris Newbigging  says:

How to: Modify your 125

Part of the joy of owning a bike is making it your own – but when you’re starting out it’s easy to get it wrong. As well as the question of taste, there are also legal implications with certain changes, especially when it comes to increasing power and noise. Compare and buy motorcycle products MCN has compiled this simple guide to getting the...

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Sep 09

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penderlolo says:

Modify your 125

It is true that it should avoid cutting anything off, painting or fitting parts in lairy/clashing colours and doing anything you can’t reverse. The information is useful to me.


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