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Post by Royster on Tue 8 Oct - 0:46

Right, looks like the weather is closing in and biking time will be few and far between!!

What plans do you have for your bike over the winter?

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New seat
Single seat Cowl
New indicators
Belly Pan
Extra day time running lights
Source new tyres at a good price!
Engine cases powder coated
Stubby my exhausts
Fat boy handle bars! Easton, if i can find a uk supplier.

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Post by G-force on Wed 9 Oct - 6:50

I'll be respraying all my bodywork again. Properly this time, with matt lacquer.
Toying with the Harris rear sets I never got round to fitting earlier in the year,
Fitting my bellypan,
Perfecting my suspension settings for both solo and pillion riding and fitting a jack up kit.
Fitting a scotoiler,
And getting it dynoed now that I've got a power commander fitted.
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Re: Winter plans

Post by Royster on Wed 9 Oct - 20:35

Nice,
Looks like we are both going to be fairly busy!!!tongue tongue tongue 

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Post by cpdesign on Sat 12 Oct - 6:19

My winter plans are heading down to motorcycle live and trying out some new bikes. possibly changing my bike for the new season. Looking at the VFR just now, but my mind might change at the show.
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Re: Winter plans

Post by Royster on Sat 12 Oct - 8:43

VFR is a nice bike! Kenny has one and he loves it.

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Post by Royster on Tue 15 Oct - 0:49

So the works begins!! Started on my indicators on the front, then onto the rear later!! Plenty more hours in the man cave!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy 

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Post by hektaburnz on Mon 25 Nov - 3:40

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Re: Winter plans

Post by G-force on Sat 14 Dec - 15:27

Royster, Check these out,
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Re: Winter plans

Post by Royster on Sun 15 Dec - 10:02

Hey G, I got some small black high beam daytime lights. Not fitted them yet. Looking at where I will mount them.

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Post by G-force on Thu 9 Jan - 12:05

My top priority is sorting my forks. They're a bit baggy! Then I can deal with cosmetics..

Hey CP, how did you get on with your bike hunting? How was motorcycle live?

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