What did you do to your bike today???

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  1. mk3golfcab

    mk3golfcab Senior Member

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    Second one in brand new condition fingers crossed and at a good price so rude not too
     
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  2. bazzashadow

    bazzashadow Well-Known Member

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    Was it for checking where the seized links were because you didn’t have a paddock stand;);):p:p:p:p:p
     
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    I have the same at work;););) 6730BAFC-2E54-4B31-96E8-04E61A7C056D.jpeg
     
  4. Jamie_lee

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    I want to cry looking at that.
     
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    Stripping all the bits off the blade ready for its departure:( was wondering if the Gb racing covers might have caused some grit/rub damage to the casings which some one on here was talking about. Anyway all good here! Been a busy weekend stripping bits off both bikes actually. Removed engine covers, pegs, MRA screen, chain guard off the blade and Arrow exhaust, MRA screen, healtech gear indicator, and carbon heel guards off the R1. Will sell all those bits to the tune of about £700 so a good weekends work in my book! :)
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  7. mk3golfcab

    mk3golfcab Senior Member

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    Paul, let me know what you want for the chain guard :)
     
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  8. PauloHRC

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    I'm keeping one of them for sentimental reasons......I'll sell you the one you gave me for free!!:D:eek:
     
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  9. Sam.moz86

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    What are you changing to Paul?
     
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    Just this ......but I don't like to talk about it much :rolleyes::D
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  11. bazzashadow

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    Lozzy did say the way you ride this would suit you
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    I'd rather ride that scooter than your chopper Bazza :rolleyes::D:D
     
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    HAHAHAHA
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    I can’t agree more paulo at least the scooter has suspension, brakes, speedo , lights etc:p:p:p:p:p:p
     
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    Very nice!!!! Will you keep the decals on it and will you track it?
    What power are these things now, something berserk like 217bhp?
     
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    Where's it going Paul? You changing your bike or....?
     
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  17. mk3golfcab

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    Panigale or Panic ale after every ride out :D
     
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  18. Nik Stojkov

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    Technically not just today...

    But she stopped working about 2 weeks ago, fuel pump priming, but no spark. Turns out spark plugs needed a clean, and the MAP sensor hose was loose.

    Anyhoo, since the bike was totally naked and in pieces, decided to give her an overhaul.

    Fuel filter cleaned
    K&N air filter
    Heated grips added
    Braided lines front and back
    New rear shock bearings
    Coolant change
    Oil+filter change. (Whoever had it before probably topped it up with pond water)
    New rubber
    ACF50 in all the nooks and crannies
    Rad Guard
    Front fork protectors
    Arrow can. Sounds MINT
    Quick clean and wax

    Next in the list is new fork oil and internals, but that's when I've got money again
     

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  19. CharlieR85

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    What are your plans for this Nik? Are you going to do a re-valve at the same time? Ktech do a revalve kit with new springs and compression adjusters for about £430. You still need new seals, bushes and fluid on top of this.

    Think I'll be doing mine next winter.
     
  20. Nik Stojkov

    Nik Stojkov New Member

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    I've looked at that, and is a definite maybe! Keeping my eyes peeled for a good 2nd hand deal on something a little more posh also.

    Right now, I reckon just some nice new springs and a proper setup/tune by someone much cleverer than I would go a long way as the forks are functioning just fine (seemingly).
     

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