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Now I'm pissed right off.

As bb41 states,
As long as you have independent witnesses then they are talking Tommy, stick to the original plan.
Tell Bennetts to do there job, they all like 50/50 because it`s less hassle. Been there done it.

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Triumph Thunderbird 900 1996 model Clutch Slipping.

@Thumpher
Thought i would let you know.... Changed the master cylinder guts, and put a new slave cylinder on the Bike, cleaned the actuating rod to the clutch pack and used Castrol semi synthetic oil.
It was a pig to bleed the clutch! tried it all ways and showered myself to boot! Finally succeeded and all is fine, clutch working fine and flew through its MOT. Thanks for the help. :wink:

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Cheap bike gear, can anyone recommend a decent site?

@dotty said:

@Roasted-Piglet Them "Chaps" sure do look like women............

Driving a "Tranny" has apparently warped your mind. :stuck_out_tongue:

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For sale - Handmade belt buckle

10-1......10-9.....................

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SUZUKA 8 Hour.. He's BACK !! - He who cannot be named in the same breath as the word MOANER, without some squeaky bum noises, returns to racing this weekend..

Well there ya go. ... He fucked it. ..

Yes he's faster than me and has more skill in his toes than i have in my whole body but he's still a twat. ... and to blame the bike! ! http://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial/news-and-views/racing/british-superbikes/2015/july/mechanical-trouble-led-to-stoner-leg-break-crash1/#.VbUf4l5wbqB

Knob. ..

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Boring WSB

Managed to watch the races on telly last night.. Tom Sykes and Jonny Rea battling and bashing was fooking brilliant.. There were only 31,000 at Donington this weekend .. not very good.:worried:

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It's not angry to Heavenly Sword

Awe now be a nice person and fuck off. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Working with Ninja Theory

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France: compulsory reflective stickers on all helmets

@VoxmanPat A police force concerned about using a phone whilst driving???? Now there's a novelty. Wonder if it will catch on over here?

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What next - post CBT

@HOSBUSA said:

Road test.
Kawasaki W800 v Triumph Bonnie 2011

http://www.morebikes.co.uk/2011-kawasaki-w800-vs-triumph-bonneville-group-test-review/

"But, on my favourite B-roads and a half dozen other unknown ones, it steers and holds a line like no other bike I’ve ridden for ages."

Since the Bonnie does not have a ridiculous amount of power to put to the ground, it gets by with a 140-mm wide rear tire (and 110-mm) front, which means the bike turns in and steers without effort, unlike a 90-pound lighter supersport. For all but the tightest corners, one can just push it over with the outside knee to turn in.

One thing the article hints at but does not say is that one can have fun on a Bonnie at less than banning speeds, unlike a modern race replica which feels asleep at anything below the ton.

Cartridge emulators for the fork, better rear shocks, and a custom reworked seat will fix the only problem that really detract from the bike (on the to do list).

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Panigale 1199 vs CBR1000RR

This would be more on a par with the fireblade.....less expense and less stress than the 1199.......whatever happened to your gixxer dream?14_mw_track-duc_899pan-8.jpg

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University of Cambridge's assistant

Don't bother reading these thing's now, booooorrrrreeeeing

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Tank Museum, Dorset Ride In - 6th September

The Tank Museum, Bovington is hosting a ride in for local & national bike clubs on Sunday 6th September 2015.

There are many scenic routes in the local area, including the Jurassic Coast & Sandbanks and the Museum has a strong connection with Lawrence of Arabia, who died nearby at Cloud’s Hill. The event is in conjunction with ‘Wheelers Events’, a charitable organisation putting on motorcycle ride ins across the country for local charities. www.wheelersevents.co.uk

The biker’s village on site at the Museum will include a hog roast and provide bikers with a great place to meet and socialise, whilst raising funds for the Museum and other local charities.

Inside the Museum Jim Dowdall, Stunt man, will be providing a free lecture on his experience in the business and involvement in Hollywood blockbuster, Fury at 11:30 titled ‘Mechanism Armour in the Movies’ for the biker audience on site and general visitors to the Museum. (Subject to change based on availability. Capacity is 120 on a first come first served basis).

The ride in will take place between 9am – 3pm and bikers will be charged just £2 to enter the ride in. Museum opening hours are 10am – 5pm. Bikers can benefit from a discounted entry rate to the museum on this day, using a unique code distributed at the event. See the website for more details http://tankmuseum.org/whats-on/events/bovevt52926

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