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scottbott last won the day on August 7 2017

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    1997 FV VFR,1982 Suzuki GSX1100. 2013 Skoda Yeti SE Plus

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  1. I would need to win the lottery to be able to afford a new DCT Goldwing but it looks a fabulous thing, do not like the grey/mud whatever the hell it is called colour though
  2. interesting thread which I have bookmarked for future use, I have had my 4th gen nearly 5 years now and the previous owner "recommissioned" the bike after a long layoff and everything that I have had to do has been great as he did what he actually said he did, mine is a nice dry only bike unless I get caught out in rain so hopefully I will not have this trouble but I have not done this job yet, when I adjusted the chain it was as smooth a silk to do, again thanks to the previous owner, maybe a job for the winter, thanks to LittleBusyShop for the photo description
  3. nice looking bike you have there and it is in the "best" colour, imho
  4. have been looking for this book but it is very expensive, will still keep looking just in case I see a bargin
  5. £550 !!, blimey that was a good price, how good is the bodywork?, looks good in photo's, lucky you
  6. sounds like things have been a bit crap for you and your wife, hope it works out for you both and the bike gets finished
  7. no photo's showing for me so bit of a difficult read
  8. good news, hopefully they will keep all the workers and no redundancies
  9. it was the HealTech Gi Pro that I fitted but I also fitted the Brake Light Pro at the same time, it can be programmed various ways for when you shut the throttle it will flash the brake lights various amounts so drivers can see that you are slowing down before you use your brakes, a handy bit of kit and seems to be nicely made
  10. it is taken off the top of a battery case off an large electric wheelchair, the outer 'lip' of the lid cut down after making a template with cardboard, so it was 'L' shaped looking side on to it, I epoxied it onto the top handlebar mount and then filled slight gap around it with a product called Sugru, it's been on for about 18 months and seems pretty solid, hope that makes sense The New Sugru by tesa - The original mouldable glue
  11. forgot to mention that the LED light is a voltmeter normally it shows green so is nothing to do with the gear indicator!
  12. I fitted one to my 4th gen, it was a GI Pro and was easy enough to fit the hardest part was figuring how to fit it so it looked half way decent, will see if I have any photo's and will try to post them
  13. looks like you got a great bike there and a very good read watching what you are doing, best of luck with it
  14. http://v4dreams.com/maintenance.html, never seen this site before and plenty of excellent reading, love the removal of the footpegs and may try and locate a second hand pair to play around with so I can keep my originals
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