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Post  Jay_S on Sat Aug 29 2015, 10:24

Hi all new owner from Suffolk, england

Im 27 and been driving for 9 years, have a subaru impreza wrx wagon and also a 300zx twin turbo ( the the zx is now more of a project) and decided a few months ago i wanted my bike licence, well earlier this month i passed and have now bought a thundercat from a friend Smile
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Re: New rider

Post  The White One on Sat Aug 29 2015, 11:19

Hi and welcome, a good bike to start with but can hold its own with the newer bikes as well. Tell us a bit about your bike and get some pictures up.
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Post  mechy69 on Sat Aug 29 2015, 17:49

Hi and Welcome to the site, great choice in first bike,
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Re: New rider

Post  Rosco on Mon Aug 31 2015, 02:19

Hi and welcome aboard.

Great choice of cars and now bike too Smile

Cheers
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Re: New rider

Post  Jay_S on Mon Aug 31 2015, 06:55

Thanks guys, heres a pic, shes not perfect but wont need much to tidy up Very Happy





About the cat, bought it from a friends dad who has recently had to sell up due to MS, he owned it for about 9 years and covered just under 3000 miles in that time (shown by MOTs) the bike is on 22300m, it has a viper rear can and a blue screen and thats about it.
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Re: New rider

Post  yamahamad on Mon Aug 31 2015, 20:05

Hi & welcome to the site. Bike looks fairly tidy & easy to make very tidy. Nice colour too.

Paul
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Re: New rider

Post  Rosco on Wed Sep 02 2015, 00:53

The seat looks like it could be doing with some tlc.

Hope the tidy up goes well and doesn't cost the earth.

Enjoy.
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Re: New rider

Post  Jay_S on Wed Sep 02 2015, 06:39

@Rosco wrote:The seat looks like it could be doing with some tlc.

Hope the tidy up goes well and doesn't cost the earth.

Enjoy.
Rosco

Yes the seat most definately needs sorting, but ive just ordered a good 1 off of ebay which should be here today or tomorrow, i spent monday cleaning the carbs out, all 4 had alot of jelly like crap in the float bowls, runs soo much better and smoother now
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Re: New rider

Post  Roll The Bones on Wed Sep 09 2015, 18:54

Haven't logged on for a while so Hi fellow Suffolk Cat lover.
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Re: New rider

Post  0ldcat on Wed Sep 09 2015, 19:20

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Re: New rider

Post  Jay_S on Thu Sep 10 2015, 06:26

Cheers for the welcome guys Very Happy

Heres a few pics now i have all the trim on an sorted, mot in the morning.





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Re: New rider

Post  0ldcat on Thu Sep 10 2015, 11:09

Good luck with the MoT (though I'm sure you wont need it).
Looks like quite a workshop you've got going on there in the garden
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