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Post  biscut on Thu Sep 20 2012, 19:47

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Just joined the forum and wanted to delurk. Am 37, live in Northampton, passed my mod 2 test last week on an ER5 and I dont like naked bikes...Haven't brought a thundercat yet but am hoping to in the near future when I get back from holiday (and get some time !!). Once I get a bike then definitely looking to do some ride outs so hopefully I will get to meet some of the group in the near future.

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Re: Introduction

Post  weasley on Fri Sep 21 2012, 16:28

According to the Haynes manual it is 28,000 miles for the valve clearance check.

The earlier bikes have a 4,000 mile service interval but this was raised to 6,000 miles on later bikes. There's no real difference between the bikes so 6,000 miles would be appropriate, if not in keeping with the letter of the service schedule.

I get mine serviced "every so often"; as far as I am concerned the service history on a 15 year old bike is pretty irrelevant to its value compared to its condition and general appearance, so long as you can prove mileage (MoTs can cover this).

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Post  Guest on Fri Sep 21 2012, 18:06

Welcome to the site, great choice in having a CAT you will not regret it Very Happy
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Post  biscut on Fri Sep 21 2012, 18:30

THUNDER KING wrote:Welcome to the site, great choice in having a CAT you will not regret it Very Happy

Thanks ThunderKing, cool avatar BTW...
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Post  0ldcat on Fri Sep 28 2012, 11:00

Hello & welcome3 . . . Hope you enjoy the forum left thumb up

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Post  biscut on Sat Sep 29 2012, 22:17

@0ldcat wrote:Hello & welcome3 . . . Hope you enjoy the forum left thumb up

Hey Oldcat, thanks for the warm welcome, am sure I will enjoy the forum, learnt a bit already...and they said I couldnt be taught ;-) Laughing
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Post  0ldcat on Sat Sep 29 2012, 22:28

Hi Vinny . . . . ah hem . . . . Mr Bis-quet


I'm sure you'll appreciate the humour here Wink

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Post  biscut on Tue Oct 02 2012, 09:35

@0ldcat wrote:Hi Vinny . . . . ah hem . . . . Mr Bis-quet


I'm sure you'll appreciate the humour here Wink

LOL, had forgotten about that advert...made me chuckle and yes, I do appreciate the humour Wink
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