Caption that Training rides were never the same after the instructor got a Ninja H2

Caption that Training rides were never the same after the instructor got a Ninja H2

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Mayo riders

Mayo riders

Hi all.is there any bikers who wants to go on the spin today.anyone around Claremorris/Castlebar area are welcome. leaving Claremorris square around 6.30pm-7pm.
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bandit 600s

bandit 600s

howya. going looking at a 1998 bandit 6s tomorrow. anything I should look for. she needs c&s and has been idle for a good bit. a year or so. but the owner is a good lad so wouldnt be abused. the bike I mean.
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Insurance (again)

Insurance (again)

Just got a quote from MCE which is 90 quid cheaper than my renewal from CN, so I’m just looking for any potential pit falls or problems anybody has had with MCE before I pull the trigger.
Thanks in advance :bikerie:
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Stripped threads

Stripped threads

Put new rear sprocket on & torqued the old nuts to 88nm (did it gradual in criss-cross pattern).
One nut has threads completely gone, I’ll be cutting it off. 2 more are in a bad way but got them off. I’ve new bolts ordered.
2 questions for ye. Would nyloc nuts that you’d find in a hardware shop stay on or should I get the original type?
Next thing is the 88nm, it seems a lot for the small sprocket bolts. I’m thinking of reducing it a bit but don’t want the sprocket getting loose but also don’t want to destroy anymore threads. What do ye think?
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