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For Sale Section / Genuine pair 2015 white side panniers
« Last post by montydap21 on Today at 08:52 PM »
No longer needed as I have fitted a reduced height tail tidy, which gets in the way, and not thinking of touring or stopping over much.
In excellent condition inside, but with scuffs on the outside, (Photos show best). Mainly on corner edge.
Main problem is the one key system, I can give two options.
I can disable the locking mechanism, but this would allow anyone to open or remove them from the bike, or I can try and get a key cut to suit the locks (Non-transponder type of course)
The option is yours with two different prices
I am thinking £300 the pair with locks disabled, and £350.00 with a key cut and supplied, but 2nd option might take a couple of weeks to sort.

If you are interested let me know with PM, and we can sort.
They can be collected, or I can post for postage charge, I am on the main Aberystwyth tourist route, between Shrewsbury, and Newtown.

I have been looking, and pairs of these are rare to find on their own.

Thought it might be a good idea to swap out archaic cigarette style power socket with something a bit more useful.
Ordered a twin USB socket with built in LED battery voltage monitor.
The swap over took about 25 minutes, and the hole size for the one I bought is exact size (No cutting or filing required)
There is a switch, so when the ignition is turned on the unit still stays off, until you push the on/off switch.
When on all of the LEDs will light up, until you start using power, then the real voltage will be displayed, there is a separate LED to indicate when the USB sockets are powered.
When the USB sockets are not in use, a rain cover is pushed back into place.
The socket was supplied with covered spade connectors, which are just crimped on to the existing wires, but you will need a polarity tester to make sure that it is wired correctly before applying power. Rain cover not brilliant, and might have to mod, but has also got some good cover from the screen. (Will see how it goes).

Accessories and Products / Re: Radiator Guard
« Last post by 100milesaway on Yesterday at 08:23 PM »
I have had a Evotech guard on 3 of my bikes . Easy to fit, and do a good job.
Accessories and Products / Re: Radiator Guard
« Last post by Catsick on Yesterday at 06:52 PM »
Has anyone any suggestions for a rad guard suitable for a 2021 mk3 with idiot proof installation. RG looks good and style I’m after, mesh only.
For Sale Section / Re: Moto Werk lowering kit and side stand
« Last post by montydap21 on Yesterday at 10:18 AM »
Very interested, have sent a PM
Couple of weekends back I had a frount punture up in Keilder forest on a thousand mile extended weekend, sticky string fixed it in about 3 minutes and it didn't loss a single psi in the remaining 450 miles of the trip, I've used the same system for over 25yrs and carry it on all my bikes (the addition of three co2 cartragies supplies adequate refill gas), applies properly I've never known it to leak or "pop" out (although in fairness I've seen it applied poorly and had to step in and "take over" a couple of times, when people have claimed to know how it's done).
For Sale Section / Re: Items For Sale
« Last post by grafitti on Jul 23, 2021, 07:25 PM »
sent you a PM - I'd like to get the screen
Tyres and Wheels / Re: Tyre Choice
« Last post by on Jul 23, 2021, 06:52 PM »
*Originally Posted by Krisnow [+]
I read somewhere that Angel GT won the competition in Europe for longest lasting tires.

and here is this, but from Pirelli website, so maybe biased:  The new Pirelli ANGEL™ GT II, in addition to being the most appreciated by non-professional travellers, obtained the maximum score in all measured tests carried out both on dry and wet surfaces, resulting also in the tyre with the lowest wear after 7000 kilometres.

1) Pirelli ANGEL ™ GT II - score 10/10
2) Metzeler ROADTEC ™ 01 - score 8.9 / 10
3) Bridgestone Battlax T31 - score 8.5 / 10
4) Continental Road Attack 3 - score 8.1 / 10
5) Dunlop RoadSmart III - score 7.5 / 10
I'm currently using the Metzeler Roadtechs I really like them, I had Mitchelin PR4 before and hated their twitchyness over uneven road surfaces or white lines
General Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: Speed sensor?
« Last post by jdoyle on Jul 23, 2021, 06:49 PM »
Just by way of an update
I replaced the speed sensor and the speedo is now working again :-)
Tyres and Wheels / Re: Tyre Choice
« Last post by Clunkyboy on Jul 23, 2021, 12:19 PM »
No Michy Pilots   :lostit:
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