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    Fitted a competition Werks GP Slip on to my R1.

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    Tried a different way



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    old cheese cutter off and new one on for the tractor... Yeh Haw!!

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    New grips and bar ends thanks to motorcycle masters.

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    Changed headlights, lubed chain and gave it a good clean for the weekend !

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    I fitted road trail tires and painted my CBR125r rims khaki.

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    has any one had experience with spring loaded plate holders? would the plate come flying off at high speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillz View Post
    has any one had experience with spring loaded plate holders? would the plate come flying off at high speed
    More importantly, have you fixed that damned stator yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pnork View Post
    More importantly, have you fixed that damned stator yet?
    got a call from M/C masters a few hours ago.. due back tomorrow :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillz View Post
    got a call from M/C masters a few hours ago.. due back tomorrow :-)
    Oh! Sorry mate, I thought you were doing this yourself! Hope that fixes the problem.
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    ive pulled the bike apart myself n shiz, they just had the best deal on stator rewinds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillz View Post
    has any one had experience with spring loaded plate holders? would the plate come flying off at high speed
    Not sure but $1200 is coming out of your wallet if caught with one on the bike, just sayin
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    New RK Chain & Sprockets and forced rubber change after a puncture.. Michelin Power RS. Very impressed so far but any tyres would've probably impressed after my squared off freeway Dunlop Q3s!
    What a change the new sprockets and chain has made! Bike is smoother than a baby's bottom once again. Surprised at how much of difference it has made to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    Not sure but $1200 is coming out of your wallet if caught with one on the bike, just sayin
    why? it wont be obstructed in any way and not over 45degree.. unless there is a law stating i must use ADR approved nuts & bolts to secure a license plate there should be no issues
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillz View Post
    why? it wont be obstructed in any way and not over 45degree.. unless there is a law stating i must use ADR approved nuts & bolts to secure a license plate there should be no issues
    The law is really vague. It says "any device fitted that may prevent identification", so I'm sure one day a cuntstable will argue that your reason for having the device is to prevent identification. Then, as per the law, the onus is now on you to prove your innocence (instead of the cops proving your guilt).
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    EDIT: Only just have been able to see your pic, I was thinking you were talking about a spring loaded plate flipper

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    ROAD TRAFFIC (VEHICLES) REGULATIONS 2014 - REG 120

    120 . Preventing effective identification of number plate

    (1) In this regulation —


    ID prevention state , in relation to a plate on a vehicle, means that —


    (a) the plate is bent in a way that prevents the whole or a part of a character on the plate from being read at any time when the vehicle is used or driven; or


    (b) the plate’s angle is changed in a way that prevents the whole or a part of a character on the plate from being read at any time when the vehicle is used or driven; or


    (c) the plate or any part of the plate is covered, altered or otherwise obscured in a way that prevents the whole or part of a character on the plate from being read at any time when the vehicle is used or driven; or


    (d) a character or a part of a character on the plate is covered, altered or otherwise obscured in a way that prevents the whole or part of a character on the plate from being read at any time when the vehicle is used or driven; or


    (e) the plate is affected in a way that prevents the whole or part of a character on the plate from being read from one or more positions, even though the character can be read from one or more other positions, at any time when the vehicle is used or driven;


    obscuring device means a device the use or operation of which would result in a plate on a vehicle being in an ID prevention state but does not include —


    (a) a tow ball fitted to the rear of a vehicle; or


    (b) a bicycle rack fitted to the rear of a vehicle; or


    (c) a bicycle carried on a bicycle rack fitted to the rear of a vehicle;


    obscuring device action , in relation to a vehicle, means —


    (a) installing an obscuring device in or on the vehicle; or


    (b) causing an obscuring device to be installed in or on the vehicle; or


    (c)
    otherwise providing an obscuring device for the vehicle;

    plate means a number plate or identification tablet issued by the CEO or a corresponding authority;


    read , in relation to a plate on a vehicle, means read from the vehicle’s exterior.


    (2) A responsible person for a vehicle must not allow the vehicle to be used or driven unless the whole of each character on a plate on the vehicle can be read whenever the vehicle is used or driven.


    (3) A responsible person for a vehicle must not allow the vehicle to be used or driven if a plate on the vehicle is in an ID prevention state.


    (4) A responsible person for a vehicle must not take obscuring device action in relation to the vehicle.


    (5) A responsible person for a vehicle must not allow the vehicle to be used or driven if an obscuring device is installed in or on the vehicle or is otherwise provided for the vehicle.


    (6) A person in charge of a vehicle must not use or drive the vehicle unless the whole of each character on a plate on the vehicle can be read whenever the vehicle is used or driven.


    (7) A person in charge of a vehicle must not use or drive the vehicle if a plate on the vehicle is in an ID prevention state.


    (8) A person in charge of a vehicle must not use or drive the vehicle if an obscuring device is installed in or on the vehicle or is otherwise provided for the vehicle.


    (9) A person in charge of a vehicle must not use or operate an obscuring device at any time so as to prevent the whole or part of a character on the plate from being read at any time when the vehicle is used or driven.


    (10) A person does not commit an offence under subregulation (2), (3), (6) or (7) if the thing that is preventing the whole or part of a character on the plate from being read is —


    (a) a tow ball fitted to the rear of the vehicle; or


    (b) a bicycle rack fitted to the rear of the vehicle; or


    (c) a bicycle carried on a bicycle rack fitted to the rear of the vehicle.


    (11) A person does not commit an offence under subregulation (3) or (7) in relation to the covering of a plate or a character if the plate or character is covered by a transparent film or cover that —


    (a) is of a type approved by the CEO as being non‑reflective; and


    (b) bears the name of its manufacturer and its serial or other identification number in a conspicuous place, but not so as to obscure the characters on the number plate; and


    (c) is kept clean, in good condition and free from discoloration, heavy scratching and any marking other than those referred to in paragraph (b).


    Penalty for an offence under subregulation (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8) or (9): a fine of 64 PU.
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    On Wednesday I fitted a PC5 to my bike in celebration of its upcoming 60,000 km milestone. Anything more complex than switching the bike on or adding fuel to the tank is too complex for me, so a mate ( Mr Bean ) gave me a hand.

    First, everything had to come off. The first and biggest obstacle was the tank..



    Mr Bean has become really fussy since I've met him. He used to eat the $2 donuts from woolworths, now he insists on only eating Krispy Kremes.. snob

    Next was the airbox and intake trumpets, and while the airbox was off I fitted a new air filter as my old one had a few insects I collected from my most recent country ride



    Then I took the bike to the boys at Chain Reaction in Welshpool, who did a pre-dyno oil change and then did the tuning. The difference doesn't look massive, but it feels (and smells) a whole lot better than the clusterfuck of engine mapping I was using before. The flames are a nice touch too




    I'm slowly but surely running out of presents to give my bike as it gets older, but even after owning it for over 2 years and doing the vast majority of kms on the bike myself, I still struggle to think of any other bike that would do as much as this bike does and which would tolerate as much mistreatment as mine has. It's my commuting workhorse, my shopping runaround, and my Friday night special. I still love you old girl
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