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*Originally Posted by jonnster71 [+]
Does that include international shipping to the UK? If so, I'll take it.
Yes it does.
PM sent.  :002:
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Ride Reports and Touring / Re: My NoVM Birthday tour!
« Last post by Shandy on Today at 01:53 PM »
Great Stuff!  :37:

Runway shots are really nice, do you know much more about the history of the air field, why it's abandoned, etc..?

What a nice lady to offer you somewhere to nap, are you sure she just did't want to steal your cake while you slept  :1: :008:

Really long day in the saddle, good decision to go for the hotel room rather than a night camping!

Glad the puncture held, I'm hoping you get it repaired properly soon though, and nothing else goes wrong

Looking forward to the rest
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Trail braking- anyone doing it?
« Last post by Dilbert on Today at 12:56 PM »
*Originally Posted by TallTex [+]
MC Rider just posted a video on trail braking pro and con (for the street) with some worthwhile perspectives worked in:

Cheers, I'll have to take a look later at home  :028:
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Trail braking- anyone doing it?
« Last post by Dilbert on Today at 12:52 PM »
*Originally Posted by stevemersey [+]
Good to see a few old faces still about.  :002:

Oi, who you callin an "old face"  :008:
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I'd imagine the V1k would be better for two up riding and the top box would also help as well as giving you more luggage capacity.

The SX can have panniers and top box but only through aftermarket suppliers! Kawasaki will only sell you panniers.

I'd say the SX would be better suited to solo riding though, so might be worth considering just how often is you better half likely to go pillion? Before making the compromise!

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Does that include international shipping to the UK? If so, I'll take it.
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Some days nothing works right... I can usually tell by the time I've gotten up, stubbed my toe on the bathroom door, missed the toilet on the first pee and spilled my coffee in rapid succession. It sounds like your crew were in a perfect storm of things going wrong. I'm glad no one was badly hurt, save in the pocketbook. It coulda been worse.  :goggle:
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Used BoosterPlug that I had purchased a few years ago at:
https://www.boosterplug.com/shop/boosterplug-kawasaki-402p.html

It works exactly as described at boosterplug.com and is in very good shape.

$100.00 shipping included

Thank you!
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Versys - General Discussion / Re: Alarm or Tracker
« Last post by Graeme on Yesterday at 09:43 PM »
Might depend on your choice of alarm and where you plan to keep your bike. For many years I had to keep my bikes chained to my front wall. Decided to have an alarm fitted when I bought my first 'big' bike... complete pain in the arse, going off every time there was a gust of wind... it was particularly sensitive between the hours of 2 and 5AM! As for nobody noticing, I can assure you the lady of the house always heard it and made sure I responded! I'm afraid I can't remember the alarm manufacturer and technology has probably improved in the following 10 years but I wouldn't have another one.
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