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    Its So Shiny !!

    The day finally arrived
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    Fantastic colours and great looking bike, enjoy.

    Steve

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    Heap o shite ;-)

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    Needs decat headers

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    Needs panniers..............
    If I am ever on life support - Unplug me......
    Then plug me back in..........

    See if that works .....

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    Yep Love the colour scheme

    Enjoy it
    No one nods at me cos they think I'm a Cnut

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    Cheers chaps! With the New AT on Saturday, haven't had time to play with it yet! Need to fit my Kliktronic shifter. Not sure how yet, but i'm going to try as hard as I can to retain the quick shifter.
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    Nice looking machine that

    Enjoy!

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    Lovely looking bike.

    How have we accepted the numb reflector on the forks of new bikes?

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    Happy new bike day


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    Vines eh?

    Bahnstormers would have thrown a screen in...

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    Nice, I'm still enjoying my swap from GSA to S1000 ������

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    Currently struggling to fit the Kliktronic shifter in a decent location. This is the only place it can go, taking a bracket off 3 engine case bolts. I was worried about it in the event of a drop over etc as it could damage the engine case but found a Russian company selling stunt cages......... so ordered one
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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Currently struggling to fit the Kliktronic shifter in a decent location. This is the only place it can go, taking a bracket off 3 engine case bolts. I was worried about it in the event of a drop over etc as it could damage the engine case but found a Russian company selling stunt cages......... so ordered one
    What's a kliktronic shifter, what is different from the original one that's already on the bike?

    Just curious, I find the BMW one pretty smooth.

    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by telbenj View Post
    What's a kliktronic shifter, what is different from the original one that's already on the bike?

    Just curious, I find the BMW one pretty smooth.

    Terry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    Essential bit of kit when you have a fused ankle
    Oh I see, well a great bit of kit In dead then if it means you can still ride, so I assume it is hand operated.

    Terry

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