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    Re: It's electrifying!

    Electric is a bit like most things now awash with opinion with little fact.

    Cars. I have 2 EVs in our household, plus an ICE fun car. The difference really with an EV is the fill up time...
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    Re: Convince me please

    Welcome to the forum.

    I'd be wary of the HP4 as there have been a lot of them tracked (almost exclusively the non carbon ones with the black wheels), and they are quite an old bike now so bills...
  3. Thread: Servicing

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    Re: Servicing

    Service light can be reset with a GS911 diag tool, usually someone on faceache or on here will have one they can plug in and do it for a few £ or free. In addition to Alex's comment, the third party...
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    Re: Worth waiting until 2023?

    interesting. I would wait and see what may come in 23 for sure. Bike production is now being affected by the worldwide chip shortages so your bike will be worth more than you might think by next...
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    Re: Hello from Scotland

    Try again stu if you want. There was a weeks worth of new members that hadnt been authorised, now sorted.
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    Re: Running In vs Annual Service

    The running in service is just dropping the running in oil and replacing with the regular stuff.

    Brake fluid and consumables start from when the bike is delivered new, so makes no sense to run...
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    Re: New member . Deanmarshall73

    Nice, welcome to the forum.
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    Re: Changes to the highway code

    I think the government have played a blinder here on cleansing the gene pool. Watch as Darwinism wipes out the idiots who randomly step out into the road when there is an oncoming vehicle 'because...
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    Re: Heating a brick built single garage

    The problem with infra red heaters is that they heat surfaces, which can cause an issue if you have items about that are pressurised.

    I used to use an oil-filled electric heater, but a fan one...
  10. Thread: New member

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    Re: New member

    Hi kirk, thanks for supporting the forum, and congratulations on your new bike.
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    Re: Rearsets to go lower Tall rider

    Hi Sharky. Thanks for supporting the forum. Please tell us a little bit about yourself/your riding in the welcome section.

    Regarding rearsets the Gilles offer a lower peg position than standard....
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    Re: New Member Surrey

    Hi andy welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new bike. Few members your part of the woods I believe.
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    Re: Newbie saying hello from sunny South Wales

    Welcome to the forum. Congratulations on your new bike.
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    New user registrations suspended

    Hi, due to bot registration attacks on the forum new membership signups have been temporarily disabled. This started early yesterday morning with over 700 attempts in a few minutes, and the same...
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    Re: New member

    Nice. I had the same combo, worked really well.
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    Re: New member

    Hi gary, thanks for joining. Please tell us a little bit about your biking background and what has brought you here….
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    Re: Brembo upgrade order

    I think that most people start off with zero knowledge lol.

    snapping fairing tabs is easily done, dont let that put you off.

    Changing front pads is a very easy job to do, watch a couple of...
  18. Re: Bloodbiker - swimathon to raise funds - can you spare a couple of quid, please?

    I was a bloodbiker for the Whiteknights up here in Yorkshire for a few years before family made it unworkable. Good effort and keep it up.

    Donation will follow.
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    Re: Alex - 2017 S1000RR - Grey/Black

    thats the plan.
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    Re: I got banned from the USA RR forum lol

    Welcome to the forum danny.
  21. Thread: Discounts

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    Re: Discounts

    Not wishing to burst your bubble but semi conductor shortages are soon to hit bmw bike stocks. That’s going to make new bikes hard to find and 2nd hand stock worth more. I cant see dealers wanting...
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    Re: Alex - 2017 S1000RR - Grey/Black

    I’m after a few bits for my garage at the moment too lol.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20211003/1727bfeefd951b6b02e1c48a00533432.jpg

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  23. Re: It’s Robbie & Pete from Rev Comps ring us back

    Nice one ‘rick’. Great to hear someone winning something.

    on the fairings I would buy some cheap chinese ones and have them painted, keep the oem to put back on if you sell one day. But you’ll...
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    Re: Tyre fitting Snowdonia

    Ah, wales.

    I always carry a can of tyre weld in a vehicle or on a bike, just in case.

    What a shit show. At least you’ve had a long rest (lol).
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    Re: 2D sensor fitting on Gen 4

    You can also mount the sensor inverted if you need more headstock movement.
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