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    Well, by the look of it you don't need any more -...

    Well, by the look of it you don't need any more - but what the hell, I 'like'd it anyway.

    Good luck with your business BCS, you deserve great success, even if for no other reason than that it...
  2. :agree: Brilliant idea mate. Unfortunately I...

    :agree: Brilliant idea mate.

    Unfortunately I have yet to find a mountable accessory that instantly transmits observation skills, situational awareness or basic intelligence to other drivers, but...
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    Thanks Judah-9, your input is as valued as...

    Thanks Judah-9, your input is as valued as always. I looked at the Z6 spec's and recommendations before fitting it and obviously wouldn't consider it as a rear option but I worked on the basis that,...
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    Loving the 160/60 front tyre

    Finally got a chance to get out for a couple of rides on the front 160 since I replaced the badly worn 130 and wow, what a difference. The ride just seems generally smoother and more 'cushioned' but,...
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    Many thanks for all your help and suggestions...

    Many thanks for all your help and suggestions guys.

    I would have used the nut and bolt option, but I turned the garage upside down and didn't have a single bolt with a 24mm head!!!
    Ended up...
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    Don't worry, I just found this online and I guess...

    Don't worry, I just found this online and I guess it should be just the berries.

    https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=1789119130
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    Front wheel hex tool

    Hi all. Is there a readily available tool option for removing the front axle? It requires a 24mm hex' key and I haven't got anything that will work on hand. (Which is a real bummer, as I have a new...
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    Just kidding mate, nothing's a problem between us...

    Just kidding mate, nothing's a problem between us here.
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    Many thanks for the kind wishes all of you....

    Many thanks for the kind wishes all of you. 20,819 days completed breathing the air, would nice to have a large proportion of that still to come....
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    Luckily BradSmith, we NEW ZEALANDERS aren't too...

    Luckily BradSmith, we NEW ZEALANDERS aren't too fussy about being confused with Australians, lol.
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    Great advice, many thanks. With our prices I sure...

    Great advice, many thanks. With our prices I sure don't want to be wearing it out any faster than necessary!
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    Update

    Well, as so many others have found so often here on the forums, Skidmark comes to the rescue.

    He lives just a couple of hours away from me (unlike most of you who live literally half the world...
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    Urgent front tyre help please!

    I have to replace the stuffed front tire on my nine, like right now! There seem to be very few locally available options for a 160/60-18 and they cost moonbeams (I can get a Bridgestone Battlax BT023...
  14. I have an Exedra Max 130/70-18 63V on the front...

    I have an Exedra Max 130/70-18 63V on the front of my 109 and it has chopped out really badly, cupping badly on both sides and noticeably worse on the right (we drive on the left so the road crown...
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    The product information on the bottle states that...

    The product information on the bottle states that it can be used on all paints, clearcoats, enamels, fiberglass, tile or any non-porous surface. I gather from that that you should be sweet to use it...
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    Once again, many thanks. And no offence taken...

    Once again, many thanks. And no offence taken either Latinrascal, I would have asked exactly the same question.

    I shall go with the fully synthetic 10W40 and be vigilant with regard to maintaining...
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    Thank you for the replies. Cable is adjusted but...

    Thank you for the replies. Cable is adjusted but I don't know if there is some wear that I can't see. Oil is at the correct level on cold checks and was changed about 12mths and 3,000kms ago by...
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    Yet another clutch question...

    Hi all. I don't experience what I would call a 'shudder' from my clutch, but it has a truly terrible snatch on take-off in first gear most of the time. Sometimes it is fine but more often than not,...
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    Look forward to seeing the pictures of the styles...

    Look forward to seeing the pictures of the styles you create. Anything to aid the abysmal shifting feel will be a godsend!
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    But for me those prices are real! I think I'm...

    But for me those prices are real! I think I'm going to have to import from the UK. Bizarrely, it's cheaper for me to buy from the opposite side of the world, even with paying shipping and duty....
  21. Yep I can, but probably not until next weekend....

    Yep I can, but probably not until next weekend. It's cruddy plastic segments on a plastic two-piece bar mount, with several swivelling joints, each of which adds more flex. I think the solidly...
  22. That looks like a brilliant setup Hunter. Did the...

    That looks like a brilliant setup Hunter. Did the mount come with the camera or is it available separately? It gets rid of the ridiculous flex in all the joints of my system and looks like it would...
  23. That certainly gives great results, nice job. ...

    That certainly gives great results, nice job.

    My problem is not with the camera though, it's with the crappy mount system that lets it vibrate so badly on a handlebar setup. How have you mounted...
  24. One of the best bike roads in existence

    Hi all. This video is of the tail end of this morning's ride, up over the Rahu saddle and down into Springs Junction for coffee. It was a real treat for me as I recently had surgery on both elbows so...
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    No mate, but I am way behind your level of...

    No mate, but I am way behind your level of understanding of this stuff, so I just read your posts and try to understand some of what you're saying. (No luck so far, but maybe one day I'll get it!) In...
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    Welcome to the forums mate.

    Welcome to the forums mate.
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    I have an R2 myself and if you still want to...

    I have an R2 myself and if you still want to improve the (absolutely abysmal) stock headlight bulb, I can highly recommend the Cyclops 7000lm LED bulb, which I have fitted in mine. No regrets and...
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    Yep, the Cyclops 7000 lumen LED is the duck's...

    Yep, the Cyclops 7000 lumen LED is the duck's nuts! I put one in earlier this year and it is brilliantly bright with a great pattern.

    It was pretty much straight plug-n-play with just a very small...
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    Lucky! Try $10,00 a gallon for ordinary gas over...

    Lucky! Try $10,00 a gallon for ordinary gas over here (91 or 95 octane are our only choices usually, although they have 98 in the cities)
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    Hahahaha! That's gold!

    Hahahaha! That's gold!
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