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Post  Guest on Thu Sep 17 2015, 17:09

I have had my p reg thundercat since Feb of this year , I got to think that I hate riding a sports looking type bike after a Yamaha MT03 type , I do like the quickness and numbness of it ( hopefully I want to a track day when funds allow it to see what I can push out of it and myself come to think of it ) ,, Anyhow back on topic , I only put a little bit of oil in it and a bit of brake fluid since owning , does £270 sound ok for a service tank off carbs balance etc oil filters etc ?????

Ginga x

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Post  Catnapper on Thu Sep 17 2015, 18:36

Do oil, filter, air filter and plugs yourself. Honestly not hard at all. 
As for carbs balancing, if it's running fine I'd leave it..
Brake fluid. Not had to do mine yet, next on list though but can be a pig by all accounts. I'm going to invest in a vacuum bleed kit. 
Plus the money saved can be spent on other things and u get the satisfaction!!!
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Post  biscut on Thu Sep 17 2015, 20:40

Bleeding brake fluid is pretty easy really, didn't have much luck with the vacuum bleed kit myself so resorted to the undo nipple, push lever, do nipple back up and release lever method. Took a while and boring as hell but satisfying when it was done AND it worked. Save yourself the cash and do it yourself I say :-)
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