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    Re: Bike shutting down

    Surprised Alpha don't offer one. Might be worth asking Fortis racing (UK alpha dealer) if they have anything. If not then yeah Brentune is cheap enough and shouldn't take long to get over.
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    Re: Bike shutting down

    Ah ok, but not installed? I do think you are correct and you do need it flashed to stop it throwing up the errors.

    You probably would want to move the AIT sensor to the front of the bike where it...
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    Re: Bike shutting down

    I think the inlet flap is known for throwing up fault? However it is not common from what i understand. You can get delete kits for the inlet flap which is pretty straight forward to install. The...
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    Re: track advice - gearing......and brakes

    I paid £50 for mine off an Ebay seller. There are a few at this price and seems the going rate for RS and RST for the Gen 4.
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    Re: Brands Hatch - CSS

    Ah bugger that is a real shame. Hopefully the finger doesn't take too long to heal.

    If the bike had crash protection then hopefully it will have just cosmetic if that. And as you say you managed...
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    Re: track advice - gearing......and brakes

    I've got their older version the RS. I must say i am impressed by them on track with good initial bite and a consistent feel even when they start to get toasty. But they will be dead after this...
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    Re: Brands Hatch - CSS

    How are you finding the training Schua?
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    Re: track advice - gearing......and brakes

    Interesting, i was wondering if anyone used these on the road. My SBS pads are nearly done after 3 TDs and very little road riding.
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    Re: Brands Hatch - CSS

    If i remember correctly they switched to Kawasaki.
  10. Thread: MSVT Academy

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    MSVT Academy

    Has anyone done a MSVT academy? If so do you have any feedback on their training days?

    Cheers

    Gav
  11. Thread: Fairings

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    Re: Fairings

    Literally after I said that I found you can buy it separately. I’m tempted by it. They’re also going to offer one that is vented. Similar to the oe one.
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    Re: Fairings

    Ha! More like Google is better than both of us :)
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    Re: Fairings

    Looks great doesn't it. I don't think you can buy it separately.

    I think the full K67 kit is £660 plus shipping and duties. My Japanese isn't amazing (Even though i have worked with the Japanese...
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    Re: Fairings

    Probably a bit over budget but these guys make race fairings but you can still run the lights and mirrors. In Japan it is fairly common to use race fairings on road legal bikes.

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  15. Thread: M1000rr

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    Re: M1000rr

    Lunch time viewing sorted. Nice one dude!
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    Re: Anyone at Donington tomorrow?

    I've got no excuses now after reading that haha!
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    Re: Anyone at Donington tomorrow?

    Always next time buddy. 97! Only bikes I was involved then were mountain bikes haha.
    I’m going to do another in June I think. But yes good day and FE seems pretty laid back.
    Enjoy Oulton, it’s a...
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    Re: Anyone at Donington tomorrow?

    Balls if i saw this earlier i would've come say hello. I was also there on Tuesday, literally 2 garages up (20) and the same group. I saw your bike as well and you most likely overtook me haha. It...
  19. Thread: Wheel choices

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    Re: Wheel choices

    1st should only be used for loading the bike into the van haha.
  20. Thread: Wheel choices

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    Re: Wheel choices

    Thanks mate!
  21. Thread: Wheel choices

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    Re: Wheel choices

    Oh, forgot to ask. While on the subject of sprockets. Any recommendations on sizing? I am going to change my chain and sprockets soon. (Keeping to 525) I have been told gearing it down one tooth on...
  22. Thread: Wheel choices

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    Re: Wheel choices

    I doubt i'd change sprockets to be honest dude, i am not at a high level to warrant it. Just want to keep riding even if it rains. And I'd like to keep things as simple (budget friendly) as possible...
  23. Thread: Wheel choices

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    Re: Wheel choices

    Cheers guys. I was thinking Either Oz or just another set of M forged wheels. Am i right in thinking that when you buy a set of wheels from Oz or Titax they do not have bearings pressed into them?...
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    Wheel choices

    I am on the hunt for a 2nd set of wheels, after several wet track days I am going to have to bite the bullet and invest in some wheels.

    Obviously finding used wheels for the Gen 4 is near...
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    Re: 2 Days at Snett ....

    Don't be disillusioned with a bike, it is a fantastic machine on a dry track. The conditions you had are never ideal and blame those rather than the bike :)

    Rain mode is horrid on track in the...
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