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» looking for a couple of bits for my F650GS; oil pressure switch and front mudguard
Mar 27, 2019 - 10:09 PM - by Alesi27
I will be going to the local BMW shop if all else fails but it will be next week before i get a chance, just checking in case anyone in the country has either of the following lying around gathering dust...

Was hoping to get out over the weekend...

1; Oil pressure sensor/switch. Oil light is still on after an oil & filter change and pump is working ok (oil is circulating normally..) want to eliminate the switch before I go spending more money..

2; Front mudguard inner, top bit like this;
https://www.ebay.ie/itm/BMW-F650GS-2...sAAOSwRDJcUFpP

Not sure if there is any... [Read More]
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» Fueling issue
Mar 27, 2019 - 7:45 PM - by Honda boi
So lads have had a problem with the gsx 1400.
Had her running fine the other day.
Wasn't 100% and would idle for a minute then cut out.
Next day fit new spark plug, turn key CHEC on the display.
Kill switch wasn't on. Found the ignition fuse had blown,so changed that,nope as soon as I turn the key pop again.
After fiddling around with Cables and connectors, when I turn the key the pump relay would just constantly click. So I thought it was the relay,ordered one online,stuck it in,nope still clicking
Noticed when I disconnected the fuel pump it stopped.
So stripped the fuel pump down, stuck 12 volts on it and was making a noise but nothing was... [Read More]
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» Mandatory Speed Limiters in 2 years !
Mar 27, 2019 - 5:31 PM - by Admin
All vehicles could be fitted with devices that stop them going over 70mph, under new EU road safety measures which aim to cut deaths from road accidents by a third.

Speed limiting technology looks set to become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, after new rules were provisionally agreed by the EU.

Campaigners welcomed the move, saying it would save thousands of lives.

Road safety charity Brake called it a "landmark day", but the AA said "a little speed" helped with overtaking or joining motorways.

Click the image to open in full size.... [Read More]
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» Michael Dunlop: BSB men have raised bar at the TT but don't write me off yet
Mar 27, 2019 - 10:20 AM - by Admin
Michael Dunlop says he may be going into this year’s Isle of Man TT as something of an underdog but has warned his rivals ‘I’ve a lot more left in the tank’. Dunlop moved onto 18 victories last year following a Superbike, Supersport and Lightweight treble, but much of the spotlight centred on the record lap times set by Senior TT winner Peter Hickman and Dean Harrison.

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Bradford man Harrison had stormed... [Read More]
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» Honda CB 750, new exhaust system
Mar 27, 2019 - 10:14 AM - by breathnach
Hi Folks,
Looking for some advice please. Being offered a 98 Honda Cb seven fifty F2 with 32k on the clock from a friend for 1000. Bike is running ok but cosmetically is a little rough. Issue is that it needs a new exhaust system. His mechanic said it could be at about 500euro (part only depending on where he could source it second hand). He also says some of the bolts to remove the exhaust look like they would be a real pain to remove so i can image labour might be expensive.
Anyone come across this before. Should i buy or walk away and keep looking.
Thanks
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» Looking to get small bit of welding done
Mar 26, 2019 - 4:20 PM - by cb400sf
Lads, anyone here in Cork, close to Carrigaline if possible able to do a few welds for me. Stick weld will do the finest as it is only on a frame and it's nothing too important. It's all tacked and all so not much time in it. A few euros in it for ya and all
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» Bike recovery navan
Mar 26, 2019 - 3:38 PM - by bandit blue
Can't get bike to start outside work need to get it home in navan area can't seem to find any recovery services anybody know of any cheers
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» So i had a accident....what to do next?
Mar 26, 2019 - 2:43 PM - by Doomdom
Few days ago I was hit by a car and I was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Accident wasn't my fault and it was caused by other driver.
I called my insurance company and they sounded nice but in the end i was basically told that because i have only TPFT insurance they are not going to do anything and if i want claim any damage its up to me to chase down other driver or to get a solicitor do it for me.
Problem is I don't have any info about driver that hit me. Garda was on scene of accident but due to data protection law they refused to give me any info about him or about his insurance.
I really don't know what to do now. I didn't wanted to deal with solicitors but it looks like i don't have any other option.
48 Replies | 2,346 Views
» Mt350
Mar 26, 2019 - 1:02 PM - by Black Rabbit
Anyone had any experience owning or riding one of these Harleys?
Attached Files
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» What shops sell wheel bearing kits in Dublin?
Mar 26, 2019 - 10:24 AM - by SandR
Hello,

I'm looking for a place where I can walk in and buy wheel bearing kits without ordering/waiting. The only place I know is Cotters and their web page says "available 2-3 days". I could order from them or from eBay, but it'd be nice to get it faster.

Thank you.
29 Replies | 893 Views
» Bike race, fist fight on track
Mar 26, 2019 - 12:31 AM - by vifferman
Dem Latinos defo a bit hot tempered. Don't know what the fuck happened here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kerB9aOHrs
10 Replies | 637 Views
» Fireblade Oil usage issues
Mar 25, 2019 - 8:40 PM - by Owen2737
I'm looking at a 2009 Fireblade.Does anyone know if the oil usage issues that the 2008 Fireblade suffered from were sorted for 2009? TIA.
16 Replies | 774 Views
» Replacing brake/clutch levers + stator cover price ?
Mar 25, 2019 - 8:27 PM - by pudzey
I've just got my shorty levers and stator cover and gasket delivered online ( after a lowslide last year) is it hard to replace items mentioned ? Not keen on going near the brakes tbh, how much would I be looking at for someone that knows what there doing to do it would anyone know ?

TIA

pudz
3 Replies | 384 Views
» Pointless information
Mar 25, 2019 - 1:11 PM - by galway86
Registered three 2003 bikes between April/2016 and last week.
First bike apr/16,,,,,second bike Jan/18,,,,third mar/19

115 vehicles registered between them dates.
19 bikes ,3 were mine,
22 tractors,
13 trucks,
13 vans,
Rest were cages.
That's just in galway.
And just 2003s .
Is it any wonder they don't wanna phase out the vrt
0 Replies | 463 Views
» RIP: Arlen Ness
Mar 24, 2019 - 11:28 AM - by CodeJACK
This man was a legend. RIP

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It is with heavy hearts that we announce Arlen Ness the visionary, loving husband, father, grandfather and leader of our family passed away last night March 22, 2019. Arlen passed away comfortably in his home surrounded by loved ones after the most creative and inspirational life anyone could imagine.

The most important things in Arlen’s life were his wife of 59 years Beverly, his children, grandchildren, friends and motorcycles.... [Read More]
5 Replies | 741 Views
» Cotters open day today
Mar 24, 2019 - 9:00 AM - by pudzey
Well lads on the lookout for a new lid, had a shark (not sure of model) last 3 years and it needs to be replaced . Where do ye all shop for yours ?

It's saved my head twice so not looking at 3rd time lucky
17 Replies | 993 Views
» Replacement English Log book
Mar 24, 2019 - 8:28 AM - by killer
Hi lads,
Just wondering if anyone has ever got a replacement UK log book. I have a UK bike here, no license plate or log book, but last owner said its English. Itís been stored for years.
Any ideas how to go about obtaining one? Or where to contact.?

Have vin and and engine number.

Thanks
5 Replies | 484 Views
» Financial Gain?
Mar 24, 2019 - 6:47 AM - by woodsman
Is there any to be had by going up north to purchase a new bike.
15 Replies | 939 Views
» VJMC Principal Insurance Motorcycle Show 2019
Mar 23, 2019 - 8:38 PM - by VJMC
Click the image to open in full size.


If anyone wants to get involved please see details on poster, traders, bikes for display (just bring on the day before 9:30 am) etc.....
9 Replies | 892 Views
» Dunlop Masters Official test
Mar 23, 2019 - 7:25 PM - by Big Man Andy
Day 1 of this new official test session went really well.

4 sessions each day for each class giving means plenty of time to make adjustments or improve setups.

On hand to give tuition and guidance on and off the track was Dickies British Supersport champion Jack Kennedy on the Mondello S1000rr.

It's on again tomorrow and admission is free for everyone, highly recommended.

Must open a file share account to post photo's. What site is everyone using to embed images?
6 Replies | 570 Views
» Sump plug ringed fazer 6
Mar 23, 2019 - 10:51 AM - by yamaharule
As above. I ringed the sump plug on my fazer 1999 600 while changing the oil. It's found a new thread and got a good bite/tighten.
My question is, can I use an oil pump on these ? The one they use for cages. Would it work ?
I got a new sump plug off wii moto and it was pure shite.
12 Replies | 719 Views

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