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    and an Esky

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    So you still happy with the bike mick. And what are muffs ( no smart **** comments either from the riff raff )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickdundee View Post
    So the blinging/upgrading/changing whatever you wnat to call it is about to begin, will be a slowly but surely approach, rode home from work the other day and my left hand was so cold I had to undo the helmet with the R hand so have ordered some muffs and i'll probably lose the bark busters.

    Soon to be added are a metal bash plate (had to run 2 red lights on the way home as lights just wouldn't change), crash bars and a pipe.

    Not sure where i'm going after that but it seems a smaller front guard is more conducive to road riding as it catches less wind.

    OK - so the muff thing has been cleared up -
    Now - how does running 2 red lights have anything to do with fitting crash bars and a bash plate...?
    If it works for you - I'm gettin the same..!
    I like days when I have no where to go and all day to do get there.

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    A lot of our intersections are controlled by metal sensors ... works a bit like a pedestrian pushing the button .. I think Mick is having probs getting the KiLR to trigger the sensors .. Metal bash plate may just do the trick ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF1960 View Post
    A lot of our intersections are controlled by metal sensors ... works a bit like a pedestrian pushing the button .. I think Mick is having probs getting the KiLR to trigger the sensors .. Metal bash plate may just do the trick ???
    Stick a magnetic strip in your boot (fridge magnet). it's supposed toi be strong enough to trigger the induction loop
    Jim


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    Ahhhhh - I see...
    Thank you
    I like days when I have no where to go and all day to do get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickdundee View Post
    That would be nice but might get me in trouble again...



    I have a top box Ian, add ice and voila, an esky



    Don't know how happy I am yet Zip, certainly don't have the affinity I had with the 9 yet but early days, am happy I have a reasonable chance of kkeeping my license with this bike whereas the 9 was definitely going to get me in dangerous territory points wise.

    As for the muffs, think leather boots, wool lined covering your brake and clutch levers, stick your hands inside and warm as toast (I hope) and at $35 the pair damn cheap.
    are the muffs you used to put your hands in more expensive mick!!!!!!! lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Mithel View Post
    Stick a magnetic strip in your boot (fridge magnet). it's supposed toi be strong enough to trigger the induction loop
    bugger me eh you learn something new everyday
    dont mistake my kindness for weakness i am kind to everyone,but when someone is unkind to me,weak is not what you are going to remember about me.........Al Capone

 

 

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