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- Sun Mar 29, 2009 9:05 pm
- Forum: Other Clothing
- Topic: Forget Dainese Get kitted out in Lidl!
- Replies: 14
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:D :D My wife kindly surprised me with a pair of XL thermal bottoms and XL Thermal top. Something went wrong in the labeling as I think both items would be very popular in Ireland for big Lepracauns. Sadly I have sod all. Was going to go for some socks and maybe another chain, neck tube etc. Errghhh...
:) :) :) Gonna be serious for a moment, thanks guys for all the info on the brain boxes....They come in at a hefty price so some research is good to see. Which brings me to a hairy old chestnut which has been kicked around on the forum for 3 years or so. I think bluetooth...mp3 etc are great leisure...
:lol: :lol: :lol: Well fook me it is Sunday morning, I have been up since about 6.30am. Done a few chores, fed the dog..cat and thought I would catch some tunes on Mediaplayer while taking a look at the topics on site. Thanks a lot Mike.... after trying to make heads or tails of this topic I have de...
- Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:41 am
- Forum: Help Required
- Topic: Engine doesn't seem to like 2000 rpm too much.
- Replies: 47
- Views: 17101
:lol: :lol: :lol: Hi FrannyK Just been catching up on a few topics here after a bit of an abscence ehemmmm. For any GTS owner the low rev range is a Bas***d, forget running smooth through town at low Revs with smooth pick up. For me who owns a Toolkit but has a job telling the difference from a scre...
Dale, Sorry to see you changing Bikes, hope you will stick around and keep in touch every blue moon. Who knows we may even get a day out in the Dales. Perhaps next year for me. No longer a fat southern bastard, but a weak skinny f**ker, who couldn't hold a GTS up at the moment. Nuff said heh Tony? I...
8) 8) Hi guys, Spoke too soon 3x admissions this December. Never mind me though who is a professinal winger ..How are you doing Mr Wogster. I remember paul havinh a large plate worry to deal with. Anyway thanks Mr Pollock it is nice to see YOU posting. I kept my eye on the club, it's members enthusi...
:D :D Hi Guys (members) new and old, I have after a long lay off this year really got an itch to get on a decent bike and go for a blast. It says something when I go to sleep thinking of bikes instead of counting tits at the imaginary nudist camp. Have took a bit of a beating this year with my healt...
- Sat Oct 04, 2008 3:16 pm
- Forum: General Improvements
- Topic: Improve mirrors rear view
- Replies: 18
- Views: 1811
What makes you nervous is you can't delete the double post, only change its' content...I should know. Of course not Mike, now you will only see Dale's post once and not twice. I managed to get a few neurons firing in Sync and "Skinned THAT cat another way. I thankyou, I'm a smartass today!! Hi...
- Sat Oct 04, 2008 2:53 pm
- Forum: Newbie Corner
- Topic: Looking to straddle a GTS for size... Northern Colorado
- Replies: 8
- Views: 4470
If it's too big (or too heavy! ) , Yes on both counts As for dropping the bike...which you will do if ridden regularly, a hefty dose of embarrassment, adrenalin and strong back will get the bike up again. Dropped mine 5 times, one occasion falling into a brand new FJR. The worst thing is sourcing i...
stevewp wrote:Hiya Bear!
HiYa Back Steve,
How's the two ladies in your life doing? Have you managed to sneak a ride or two in??
About time we had another Pic or Two, Stick her on the Bike and it could be a Calendar Submission!!
Hi Dave. My bike seems to have all the correct components, including ABS pump and control unit, apart from the rear wheel sensor. I did try your static ABS test but with no results. Mike has loaned me three manuals, which is jolly nice of him as he doesn't know me from Adam. These are Service Infor...