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About Abraxix92

  • Birthday 27/04/1992

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    ER6F,
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    West Yorkshire, Brighouse.

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  1. Also, as your paying monthly on finance, you are gaining your credit score up, aslong as your not missing payments, you gain no bonus towards your credit score for paying a large amount of, (i learned this the hard way paying 2 bikes of a year early.) i know you never asked about it from the credit score side, but everything will soon become credit score related including mortgages etc.
  2. Was recommend to use powerhouse, a company in sheffield to buy parts for breaks and caliper, good and cheap, but if you want to skip doing it yourself, they can send you a new caliper as a trade in and a small fee (you have to pay a deposit until your calipers reach them if your trading for theirs i believe.) http://powerhouse.uk/content/motorcycle ... rvices.php
  3. This i went through 2-3 batterys before i realized it was this with the help from the forum.... <3
  4. Any update on this? When i'm 24 i'm wanting to do this. but with my own bike from the a2? I believe you can use the er6f for the full test? Would I have to ride there and take the throttle restriction out there? as i'd be insured I cannot see a problem with that, any one with experience there?
  5. made it home about 15mins ago, stopt of for a nap at cat and owens!
  6. Careful on them surprising turns this time
  7. That's a great point, never really thought of anything like that, i'll check that when i next wear them (if weather permits) it's good while not riding, but while riding motorway speeds is when it happens.
  8. And this now make's me think thermals? Does the brand really matter for thermals? That's a good idea, although i'll look a plonker with the rain cover coat on, but that might work! Thank's Joeman! Lidl base layers are pretty good. i have a spare top thats a bit tight for me. should fit you fine i reckon... yours for a beer if you want it? Sure, and i'm sure we'll be trading beers again at the rally regardless...
  9. And this now make's me think thermals? Does the brand really matter for thermals? That's a good idea, although i'll look a plonker with the rain cover coat on, but that might work! Thank's Joeman!
  10. Hello you lovely set of Bikers. A couple of month's ago, i was given a good set of leather's which fit very well, and i'm grateful millions for that (thanks cats) Now the problem is, i have a past sport injury which is in my right shoulder. I believe it was classed as a trapped nerve, and i really don't fancy having my shoulder torn over to cut and remove the nerve and remove what ever material is pressing on the nerve (bone, scar tissue, disc material etc) The issue i have is riding longer distance in leathers, especially on the motorway, where the cold wind is constantly pressing
  11. Managed to get some cheap decent ones for £30, got some undergloves thrown in for free to. not sure what i really wanted but for winter gloves they will do.
  12. it's cold, heated grips are available for a reason. most of my commuting is only 10miles at the most, which woulden't be worth waiting for them to heat up on the shorter journey, and i'd only do heated grips if i knew how to connect it to the ignition, not just the battery
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