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» Hepco & Becker
Feb 22, 2020 - 2:29 PM - by cracker boy
Do any of the Irish bike shops deal in Hepco & Becker accesories ???
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» Will kill an hour or so if your bored
Feb 22, 2020 - 12:50 PM - by Mr Snapped Banjo String
Oil in the blood
Havent watched it... but itll kill an hour or so ......
Not on Netflix... I'm watching it on hd movies....
4 Replies | 237 Views
» Tiger Explorer vs crosstourer
Feb 22, 2020 - 10:46 AM - by jonny0024
Thinking I need a new bike has anyone got the triumph explorer 2012 1200 what are the problems I have had 2 triumph s a Sprint and a tiger both 1050 chain driven bikes and both gave trouble are the 1200s any better ,also the crosstourer are dct what do think about dct would it wreck the head is there a loss of control I do big milage so need a work horse.
23 Replies | 533 Views
» Garden/Bike shed
Feb 22, 2020 - 9:50 AM - by 2shea
Looking for options for a good secure garden shed to keep the bike in. Big enough to fit a large adventure bike in or the likes of an R1200RT. The garden its self is 110m2.
27 Replies | 704 Views
» "The blade is back" it never left it was just shite compared to the others.
Feb 21, 2020 - 7:57 AM - by johnny b
The new fireblade looks a savage peice of kit.
Honda had certainly fallen behind other brands and are still missing quikshifters on the 20k sterling basic bike.

The super duper version being reviewed below is 23k sterling.

Honda is back at the races.but at the price of a decent saloon cage are they going to sell?

Since 2008 the blade (the ugly nosed one with the habbit of eating cranks) has just increased in price with all the other sportsbikes.
In the last 12 years litre class bikes have gone from 15k new to now 20k new sterling.

Nearly all manufacturers are offering specials of their litre class bikes but is it price stopping stopping them from getting on the road.
We are being told in bike mags that the... [Read More]
28 Replies | 767 Views
» Speed Cameras and Sat Nav
Feb 20, 2020 - 12:04 PM - by strontium_dog
Just wondering if it's possible to download the updated speed camera locations from the Garda website to a Garmin Sat Nav or do you need to use an app on your phone?
5 Replies | 268 Views
» Taxing in advance
Feb 19, 2020 - 4:06 PM - by jic44
Is it possible to tax a bike before its due. tax is due end of march but i have money now. Can I tax it now or do I have to wait?
10 Replies | 331 Views
» Courier England To here
Feb 18, 2020 - 7:10 PM - by hedzball
Sorry lads bit out of touch and the search engine is a bit muddled.

Who would be the right crowd to bring a bike for me London to Cork

9 Replies | 214 Views
» Battery's
Feb 18, 2020 - 11:25 AM - by jp biker
Where are you buying your battery's ?
I'm looking for a yausa YTZ10s

19 Replies | 405 Views
» Yeah 2014 + VFR800 - who's got one ?
Feb 18, 2020 - 11:15 AM - by Duke RR
Anyone in Dublin got a year 2014+ vfr800 ?

none about (locally) and looking to size one up as such.

will throw ya money for a coffee to chew the fat for a few minutes

5 Replies | 218 Views
» Bus oil on Griffith Avenue
Feb 18, 2020 - 9:51 AM - by phut
Bus oil all along a stretch of Griffith Ave (Dublin) this morning. A big, fat slick showing where the offending jalopy has been pulling in to stops. So take care.

Any bets on whether Dublin Bus or TFI clean it up?
1 Reply | 57 Views
» Good News!
Feb 17, 2020 - 5:29 PM - by faz1
Next thing they'll be telling us is they can see round corners.....

12 Replies | 318 Views
» FFS - it's only Ä88
Feb 17, 2020 - 4:01 PM - by Big H
Click HERE - there are some awful miserable huors out there !

72 Replies | 1,905 Views
» Norton. bloody mess
Feb 17, 2020 - 1:33 PM - by sharpbikes
14 Replies | 471 Views
» Slipping clutch only when the bike is cold
Feb 17, 2020 - 12:25 PM - by Chipped rim
Wasn't happening before. Now it slips under more than 50% acceleration until it fully warms up around 75~c. Bike is k1 gsxr 1000. Clutch plates were replaced recently with EBC. Was fine for about 4k miles but now it is slipping but only when the bike is cold.
6 Replies | 244 Views
» Twin viper cans, anyone?
Feb 17, 2020 - 12:33 AM - by Rh4000
Anybody running twin viper cans, in particular twin micro cans, the 20cm stubby ones? Cheers
0 Replies | 26 Views
» Wanted Yamaha r1 2001 fork cap
Feb 16, 2020 - 8:51 PM - by yama3
Looking for a yamaha r1 2001 fork cap in good working condition.
0 Replies | 19 Views
» Fork end movement sorted
Feb 16, 2020 - 8:48 PM - by yama3
Hi lads I was on hear a while ago about bushe removal so I got it sorted just this weekend. I made a few bits up to do the job and everything is sweet now. One forrk perfect but my fork cap the damping adjuster is not doing its job. So if anyone has a fork cap for 2001 Yam R1 I would buy it
0 Replies | 57 Views
» Dick mcconville r.i.p
Feb 16, 2020 - 3:37 PM - by chopper
Thought I'd just put up a post as many on here knew him . He was a sound lad and always trying to help out anywhere he could .I spent many a night messaging with him when going through tough times ,many from revuep4dsi will remember him too.
I'll post funeral details when I find them out .
8 Replies | 419 Views
» Tool Chests?
Feb 14, 2020 - 5:30 PM - by CodeJACK
Whats yer thoughts on this tool chest and how usefull the drawers are for depth etc? Are less drawers but deeper better than more drawers with more surface area?
Ive a significant birthday on the way and family are all chipping in a little to help me invest in a decent tool chest.

This is the one I think Im after:

The seller doesn't have much of a presence and orders them in from the UK on request. Im a little nervous paying for something so expensive without any come back. All I have is a mobile number really. Will I risk it?
48 Replies | 1,031 Views
» need a paint job done
Feb 13, 2020 - 6:39 PM - by gerry o sullivan
can anybody recommend a bike painter need to get some work do ie tank seat etc
must be reliable
5 Replies | 194 Views
» Anyone about this sunday, stillorgan,3pm for bike viewing??
Feb 13, 2020 - 1:47 PM - by ajhampto
Hi folks,

Going to look at a vfr on Sunday in stillorgan, 3pm. I know a bit about bikes but not confident enough to base a purchase on my knowledge alone. Is anyone about Sunday 16th @ 3pm (Stillorgan village secondary car park) to give it a once over?


53 Replies | 1,287 Views
» bike spraying
Feb 13, 2020 - 1:11 PM - by gerry o sullivan
can anybody recommend a paint sprayer need to get some work done tank fairings etc
2 Replies | 126 Views
» Broken ankle and biking
Feb 13, 2020 - 9:35 AM - by Frankkilty
So I'm getting my cast off today. After seven weeks, four plates, fourteen screws/pins and a dislocation with three fractures, I'm going to be free! On the positive, I've no ligament damage. I know I'm going to be stiff and it going to take time but has anyone else had something like this and how long until you were well enough to get back on the bike? Thanks.
33 Replies | 593 Views
» Cork/Vigo big time update
Feb 12, 2020 - 10:04 PM - by bogman
Good news on the Cork Vigo route it seems.

The "Brexit Buster" ferry route will link Cork with Plymouth in the UK and Vigo in Spain.

10 Replies | 248 Views
» ST1100 pan
Feb 12, 2020 - 8:02 PM - by HEATZ
anyone know the valve clearances for a 93 pan off the top of there heads?
3 Replies | 91 Views
» Triumph sprint gt - any good?
Feb 12, 2020 - 7:57 PM - by ajhampto
Found this on DD, what are they like?

Luggage looks a bit fooking massive. Wondering would the engine hold up to commuting?

7 Replies | 198 Views
» Never sornd my bike
Feb 12, 2020 - 4:01 PM - by N11 EXPRESS
Iíve a yoke there that I never declared it off the road and gonna need to tax it soon.
Far too much to just pay the back tax on it so is selling the bike to a friend to tax it for me and me buying it back still work?
I know they did say eventually they will find a way to stop people doing that.
9 Replies | 338 Views
» spraying
Feb 12, 2020 - 11:14 AM - by gerry o sullivan
Hi Can anybody help contact details for sd designs need some paint work done
3 Replies | 107 Views
» Prick at the pumps
Feb 10, 2020 - 8:03 PM - by PADDYOT
What a fucking dickhead......

60 Replies | 1,487 Views
» DLM Danny dyno Santry
Feb 09, 2020 - 10:54 AM - by I polished one off to a dude
Is Danny still operating, anyone know?

10 Replies | 435 Views
» Write off...Can I sell my bike?
Feb 08, 2020 - 4:34 PM - by jic44
At the end of last summer I was selling a cage and took a bike as a straight swap. Dent on tank but otherwise fine.

I got the log book no hassle and the bike came taxed till middle of this year.

I advertised it for sale having only ever driven it home. Got a bite on it yesterday. The lad rang liberty to check insurance today and was told the bike is down as a write off beyond economical repair.

He is still interested but my question is, can i sell this to be used on the road or will the next owner have issues.

A potential lemon.
36 Replies | 869 Views


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