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The silencer on the ST is adjustable,the picture shows it in the lower position for when luggage is fitted.Will wrote:
Good finds there Ralph the exhaust on first one looks bit odd parallel to ground
- Sat Jan 23, 2016 10:32 pm
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: 125 Insurance for 17 year olds..???
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Probably no help but back in the early 80s when I was starting out myself and a few mates ran 100s rather than 125s because the insurance was a lot cheaper.Is this still the case?herman wrote:Consider a 110...a fair bit cheaper.
Agreed.OK you might say it was a hairdressers car but my wife did just shy of 100 000 miles in her 2003 Rav4 with nothing more than servicing and a few consumables,nothing went wrong with it.We replaced it with another one a couple of years ago.-Ralph- wrote:
If you want a reliable mota, go for a Toyota!
- Sun Dec 13, 2015 8:32 pm
- Forum: MEETS & RUNS
- Topic: Dragon Rally tickets 2016
- Replies: 34
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I have got our clubs tickets,none are spare at the moment but I can be pretty sure that someone will drop out nearer the time if you still need a ticket by then.
- Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:37 pm
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: Is that it then, until next Year?
- Replies: 64
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I took the Tigger for MOT today,it probably wont get used much in the winter months but I like to have it there if I want to ride it.When I got back I took the CB500 winter shed out for a spin.
Looks like I got that one wrong.I have just had a look on Streetview.Although the main drive through the forest is tarmac there are after all plenty on unsurfaced tracks running off it.
I have done this one in the car and it was all tarmac.There may have been some light off road sections but I didnt see them.Africa John wrote:There's the Dalby Forest Drive for £2
Not full off road I know