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then when i eventually am able to afford proton flushmount fronts i won't need any relays or resisters


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-6C (21F) this morning. Had too scrape the seat, grips and levers lol...covered in ice/frost. Felt like I had power steering in the car park...uber light, but fine once warmed up a bit :)
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-6C (21F) this morning. Had too scrape the seat, grips and levers lol...covered in ice/frost. Felt like I had power steering in the car park...uber light, but fine once warmed up a bit :)
i got a mini blow torch for the seat on my scooter
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-6C (21F) this morning.
I saw a guy storming down the street in a pair of shorts this morning, walking like he was trying to keep warm...........put some F**KING CLOTHES ON!!!
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Finally took the battery out to put on a trickle charger. Was too lazy the past few weeks to take it out


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while we were out today my gf thought it would be a good idea to torture ourselves & stop in at Jordan's to look at bikes. while she was getting moist sitting on a gsxr, I spotted this



2011 blade with a little over 3k miles for 7690, if I wasn't skint I would have had that today without hesitation. anyway I figured bret would appreciate it so I posted it here. enjoy

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while we were out today my gf thought it would be a good idea to torture ourselves & stop in at Jordan's to look at bikes. while she was getting moist sitting on a gsxr, I spotted this



2011 blade with a little over 3k miles for 7690, if I wasn't skint I would have had that today without hesitation. anyway I figured bret would appreciate it so I posted it here. enjoy

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haha don't do that unless your buying it for me!!

I'm way ahead, 2012 bike with 3kmiles, 7495...



....but yea they going dirt cheap, but all my common sense says keep the 600rr since my insurance costs are coming down, they stay as is if i get a blade...but then i tell myself whats wrong with that, amazing bike for an insurance price i can actually pay...all that grunt for my commuting...i have seen 2009 low miles ones for 6k...ive been offered 4k straight for my bike on part exchange so i could get most of 6k straight off just selling my bike private, makes it hurt even more

i saw a video of a guy who had a 250 and went to test ride a 600rr they didnt have the 2012 one so he jumped on a 2012 blade...he nearly shat himself he said it was 'hard to get off the line' probably thinking it was heavy then his video quickly turns to throttle open and '**** **** **** ****' and then 'brake' and then '**** even the brakes are too good' haha its funny as hell hes generally excited while shitting himself at the same time. in my opinion you can enjoy the effect more if you ride a 750 first to bridge the gap, even if just a test ride of one

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5795


Only 9k miles, garaged, fsh, leo vince gp exhaust, some R&G bits, aftermarket screen, tail tidy, cotton reels etc I like white on bikes, the 2012 white and red is nice, it goes with my gear which has bits of red and white

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Finally took the battery out to put on a trickle charger. Was too lazy the past few weeks to take it out





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Did 20miles today, its wet but temp wise as long as you don't ride after 6pm, not too cold just 2 or 3 weeks off the bike and it's great to have a little ride back on it again...sounds great, goes great, love it too much to stay off

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gonna be even better tommorow,14 degrees-ish by all accounts,
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Yea if I can get financed for a fireblade I may be getting that...still in two minds about it, but either way im doubting I can get financed, not through bad credit, through the fact i have no credit history at all, don't do credit cards and the like

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Its not even a cold winter (as yet) Dont think I will be putting mine away as I think its just gonna get warmer... hopefully!!

Regards your indicators, I installed LED integrated tail lights (doubled up with 2 new rear stalk indicators) I put a RELAY not resisters, connected to the blue wiring loom on the left front of the bike,

Is anyone aware that If i wanted to replace the Halogen indicators on the front (not stock) with LED ones that the blue loom with the relay will keep the flash accurate, or does that loom just control the rear?
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Its not even a cold winter (as yet) Dont think I will be putting mine away as I think its just gonna get warmer... hopefully!!

Regards your indicators, I installed LED integrated tail lights (doubled up with 2 new rear stalk indicators) I put a RELAY not resisters, connected to the blue wiring loom on the left front of the bike,

Is anyone aware that If i wanted to replace the Halogen indicators on the front (not stock) with LED ones that the blue loom with the relay will keep the flash accurate, or does that loom just control the rear?
that was near to my problem, you may find the halogens being bulb not LED will mean you may need to start modding the loom again, i think all the relays are assuming all LED front and rear, what I found out with 2 i ordered anyway

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