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Regarding my new insurance premium, it was due for renewal on 18th January but it seems not to have affected it . Although Hastings Direct tried to charge me  436 fully comp (previously 230) I did the MCN online quote thingy (declaring the accident) and I was quoted less than last year by most of the insurers. I went with Bennetts 162 fully comp including legal cover. I did notice at the bottom of the web page that Hastings Direct and Hastings Premium had declined to quote.

My NCD was covered with Hastings and Bennetts didn't ask for any proof so I guess that's all online these days.

Hasting Direct also wrote me a letter regarding my "complaint"  which they said was now closed and they sent me a link to an online survey to rate their handling of my "complaint. It didn't work  :001:
 
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General Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: tanked up
« Last post by TowerMan on Today at 03:40 PM »
*Originally Posted by bob [+]
hi, would anybody know please if the petrol pump and fuel gauge off a versys 12plate, will fit a er6 tank many thanks
Bob



According to PartZilla your Kawasaki 49040-0026 PUMP-FUEL fits the following models and components:  :028:

2014 Versys - KLE650CEF FUEL PUMP
2008 ER-6n (Australian) - ER650A8F FUEL PUMP
2007 ER-6n (Australian) - ER650A7F FUEL PUMP
2007 Versys (European) - KLE650A7F FUEL PUMP
2011 Versys - KLE650CBF FUEL PUMP
2008 Versys - KLE650A8F FUEL PUMP
2006 Ninja 650R - EX650A6F FUEL PUMP
2010 Ninja 650R - EX650CAF FUEL PUMP
2010 ER-6n - ER650CAF FUEL PUMP
2010 ER-6n (European) - ER650CAF FUEL PUMP
2011 ER-6n (European) - ER650CBF FUEL PUMP
2009 Ninja 650R - EX650C9F FUEL PUMP
2009 ER-6n - ER650C9F FUEL PUMP
2008 Versys (European) - KLE650A8F FUEL PUMP
2012 Versys - KLE650CCF FUEL PUMP
2008 ER-6n (European) - ER650A8F FUEL PUMP
2007 Ninja 650R - EX650A7F FUEL PUMP
2007 Versys (Canada Only) - KLE650A7F FUEL PUMP
2006 ER-6n (Australian) - ER650A6F FUEL PUMP
2014 Versys ABS - KLE650DEF FUEL PUMP
2009 ER-6n (European) - ER650C9F FUEL PUMP
2013 Versys - KLE650CDF FUEL PUMP
2008 Ninja 650R - EX650A8F FUEL PUMP
2006 ER-6n (European) - ER650A6S FUEL PUMP
2011 Ninja 650R - EX650CBF FUEL PUMP
2007 ER-6n (European) - ER650A7F FUEL PUMP
2009 Versys (European) - KLE650A9F FUEL PUMP
2009 Versys - KLE650A9F FUEL PUMP
2010 Versys - KLE650CAF FUEL PUMP
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General Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / tanked up
« Last post by bob on Today at 02:42 PM »
hi, would anybody know please if the petrol pump and fuel gauge off a versys 12plate, will fit a er6 tank many thanks
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For Sale Section / 2010 Mk2 Versys
« Last post by gushud on Yesterday at 08:54 PM »
Hi All, I've put my mk2 up for sale on EBay item 193313004337.
Any forum members interested please pm me.
Hoping to stay with the Versy s in the form of the 300x, due to health issues.
Cheers Harry.
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Hi

Thank you,

I have now updated to state - see previous advert below - its in the for sale listing.

Regards
Chris
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Advert missing.
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Unfortunately they will deem you a greater risk, it shouldn't go up anywhere near as much as an at fault claim, but there will still be an increased premium  :006:
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New Members / Re: Greetings from the Netherlands
« Last post by 100milesaway on Yesterday at 12:37 PM »
*Originally Posted by Azrael [+]
Alright, final exam passed! Next Wednesday I'll get the new drivers license card so I can drive. That means this Saturday it's time for an oil change, valve adjustment, new sparks and air filter, and tighten the chain. Then she'll be ready to go.
Very excited :D
Congratulations on passing the exam.  Now go and enjoy riding the bike,  BUT remember, go steady,It will be a very steep learning curve.    :028:
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New Members / Re: Greetings from the Netherlands
« Last post by Azrael on Yesterday at 12:24 PM »
Alright, final exam passed! Next Wednesday I'll get the new drivers license card so I can drive. That means this Saturday it's time for an oil change, valve adjustment, new sparks and air filter, and tighten the chain. Then she'll be ready to go.
Very excited :D
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*Originally Posted by Flying v2 [+]
I went the opposite way with this problem and started using hypoid oil instead of wd40 or graphite. I found much better results.
Also push key left or right when operating it.
Try spare key,  on one of my bikes two identical keys gave different results one being much easier to use.

Update.

Its been a month of almost daily use ( I commute ) and the graphite has worked like a charm. Not a hint of stickiness or notchiness.

Graphite works for me.
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