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» Meta Alarm dealers Ireland ???
Sep 05, 2014 - 3:36 PM - by Chris Gray
Well the bike won't start, not a thing from the alarm.. Was taking to a lad in England and he said from what I told him I should just order a new alarm box and fobs and I should be off and running again..
I'm after the M357T V2:1

Also if he's on here massive thanks to the masters 600 super sport rider No:85 for giving me a lift back to the house
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» What's on ?
Sep 05, 2014 - 2:28 PM - by Haynee
Trip to work brings me past the North Wall docks, saw two "elderly gents" on equally elderly Triumphs yesterday, and further up some vintage cages on the quays, then this morning an old ( but clean ) Norton Commando and an extremely loud orange Kawasaki (guessing it was a KH something) passed by , on their way to catch the boat back .
I don't normally see so many neat "classic" bikes on/off the boat - is there a meet on somewhere - or are just here for the weather ?
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» Time to restart the rd project!
Sep 05, 2014 - 2:12 PM - by rcr
Pulled her out of the corner of the shed, after two years she is looking a sorry for herself. Finances forced me to abandon the project, but thankfully that's changed, so I decided to do something sensible with the few quid I've saved before I do something stupid with it. Herself seems to disagree with my opinion of sensible but that would be her problem!
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» Best bike cover
Sep 05, 2014 - 11:47 AM - by ajhampto
Hi Lads,

are these any good? anyone recommend a good bike cover? My bike is parked outside all the time so need a good strong one. For the VFR.

http://www.argos.ie/static/Product/p...7C14418760.htm

Thanks,

A
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» Interphone
Sep 05, 2014 - 10:28 AM - by Bearcat
Well I spoilt myself yesterday in buying an inter phone kit (F4MC) from the lads in cotters. Utterly shameless plug but there's no b/s there and they were as always good to me with the usual biker chat and Carlos passing thru talking dirt and torque curves in the background .....anyway I have been looking at these things for a while and am thrilled. Carefully wired it all in......got the hang of connecting the phone and the radio bit is cool...a useful tool. I just bought the single unit as I'm a one man show on a bike.
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» BMW GS 1200 adv : going to the darkside
Sep 05, 2014 - 3:49 AM - by manbearpig
Hi lads,

Recently rented a gs for a week. Never been interested in bmw's and had to be convinced to rent the gs but it was class. Ticked all the boxes- quick enough and super comfortable, plenty low down torque and more than capable of munching the miles.

We'll anyway- I'm gonna sell the gsxr and get a gs. Looking for an 05/06- anyone have any advice on what to look out for? Advice on where to buy?

Seen a few on gumtree Belfast- good prices and fully loaded.

Thanks in advance,

MBP
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» Speed trap Leopardstown rd
Sep 05, 2014 - 2:07 AM - by Dusty Rhodes
2 homos, one with a hairdryer, together in the dark wit marked cage, Leopardadstown Road jus before racecourse main entrance heading north 4 M50, last 2 nites
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» Think Bike..
Sep 04, 2014 - 10:25 PM - by stevewr1
Harrowing footage that shows the reality of biking on the road and its associated dangers..

http://www.derehamtimes.co.uk/news/v..._a47_1_3757629
117 Replies | 4,164 Views
» Need to raise up a K1100lt
Sep 04, 2014 - 7:17 PM - by slyderx
Ah this is embarrassing..so why keep it to myself? I got the random idea to change the front tyre of the K1100Lt something I had never done before mainly because i knew that every bolt has been rounded off over the years and various spurious fasteners had been added by diverse parties . Anyway after much rustola and hammering the wheel was extracted and the new tyre fitted.....It was on the mainstand with a hydraulic car jack. So as i was foostering around lining up the wheel the big yoke keeled over sideways off its stand.
I have it on its side stand now with concrete blocks on either side but obviously I'd like to get that wheel in. I cannot get it back up on the main stand so I'm just wondering if there any ideas out there....
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» Shipping bikes from uk
Sep 04, 2014 - 6:54 PM - by ratbag
Lads
Has anyone on here used teds trucking to move bikes
Need to get 4 bikes from Gloucester to dublin
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» Adelaide Masters on Mondello.TV
Sep 04, 2014 - 5:41 PM - by onadab62
All of the action from the Adelaide Masters Series Rounds 10 & 11 at the weekend is now on-line at www.mondello.tv
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» Saw this lovely Harley the other day in my hood
Sep 04, 2014 - 1:15 PM - by Barry Weiss
I know a lot of you are looking down on Harleys and all but I hope you agree this one is very nice and clean looking.

http://imgur.com/a/LoxiH
37 Replies | 1,097 Views
» Celbridgeriders do it again
Sep 04, 2014 - 12:54 PM - by ronaldo
You all know/well most /well some what we done in 2011



Well here is what we done in 2013 its longer video gets good... [Read More]
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» Stolen Pan European ST1100
Sep 04, 2014 - 10:46 AM - by Magnets
Please share folks, especially in Leinster area.
Mate of mine had his white Honda Pan European ST1100 stolen this morning in the Blanchardstown area.
Details:
Reg 99OY 3706
Grey mark on near side pannier(epoxy resin)
Near side fairing crack under lifting handle.
Bray 2 Brno for DSI sticker on rear mudflap
851?? Miles on clock
Ex uk police bike. Abs and tcs.
2 holes drilled behind screen where lights were wired in.
Stainless exhaust system from sandy bike spares. Not motad but similar
Anyone with info can drop me a line

Tony is one of Bray 2 Brno/Rock 2 Rock 4 DSI riders as well as being a Blood Bike East rider
32 Replies | 1,217 Views
» Killalane road races this weekend 6th & 7th
Sep 03, 2014 - 8:52 PM - by featherduster
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Killalane road racing at Skerries this weekend, Practice on Saturday and racing from 10 am all day Sunday. This is the last of the Road races until spring of 2015 so cant wait . Hope its a good weekend anyone heading up.

... [Read More]
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» Anyone using Metzeler Tourance
Sep 03, 2014 - 8:38 PM - by ngavin2001
I'm looking to put a rear on super tenere 750 any thoughts on these Iv heard there good?
20 Replies | 571 Views
» CBR600FY Not Charging
Sep 03, 2014 - 7:04 PM - by Black Rabbit
Hi everyone,

I need a little bit of advice. Here’s the problem. I have a CBR600FY with 25000 miles on it. Over the last couple of week it’s been a bit lumpy at low revs 3000 rpm and below. Cut out on a couple of occasions doing 30mph in second gear @4000rpm like it was fuel starvation. If left for 5-10 minutes it would start again and run ok.

This morning when I pressed the button to start the bike, she turned over slower than usual before she fired up. Rode to work ok.

This afternoon, I rode home3-4 miles from work and parked up. However, when I went to start the bike up some 10 to 15 minutes later battery didn’t have enough power to turn the engine over.

I charged the battery up and she started first prod of the... [Read More]
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» Trackday licence question
Sep 03, 2014 - 6:15 PM - by rockabilly
I am supposed to be doing my first track day this Friday. Only problem is that I applied for renewal of my driving licence nearly two weeks ago. They took my old licence off me and the new one still hasn't arrived. Will this be a problem in mondello? Is there any way around it?
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» trackday driving licence question
Sep 03, 2014 - 6:02 PM - by rockabilly
I'm supposed to be doing my first track day this Friday. Only problem is that I applied to renew my driving licence nearly two weeks ago. They took my old licence of me and the new one still hasn't arrived. Is this going to be a problem in mondello? Is there any way around it?
1 Reply | 168 Views
» Dunlops article on BBC
Sep 03, 2014 - 1:01 PM - by DMG
4 Replies | 420 Views
» Ducoffee anyone :)
Sep 03, 2014 - 9:36 AM - by BUZZI
Bad experience with the Ducatti garage in the Check Republic .. This about summed up the " Ducatti garage " / boutique ....
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» DR Moto R1
Sep 02, 2014 - 11:09 PM - by bushman
9 Replies | 378 Views
» when schools are back ...
Sep 02, 2014 - 9:16 PM - by TonySX
made the most of the change in the weather today

http://1894tony.wordpress.com/2014/0...hools-are-back
1 Reply | 285 Views
» Fuel cap problem!
Sep 02, 2014 - 8:46 PM - by rcr
The fuel cap on my cousins fazer 600 wouldn't open last night, the key was turning and you could feel it slightly catch but not much else. The cap was opening a little, but was still locked.
We had to pry/pop it open and discovered the the catch is held on with 2 screws which had loosened ( allowing the cap to open a little but preventing the key from opening the lock).
The latch cover broke while prying the cap open and needs replacing,

Anyway long story short, a lot of bikes have the same set up so keep and eye of the two screws and ye could save yourself a lot of hassle, he was lucky and near his house when the issue raised it's ugly head, could easily have happen while on a long spin.
3 Replies | 246 Views
» 'Shove MotoGP up yir Hole' : Silverstone
Sep 02, 2014 - 8:40 PM - by Admin
Silverstone has confirmed it will not be running the British MotoGP in 2015, leaving the way clear for the race to return to Donington Park.

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Managing Director Richard Phillips has said a deal for the Northamptonshire circuit to run the event on behalf of Circuit of Wales would have to make sense and he currently can’t make it stack up.

“We have invested heavily in the circuit and facilities here... [Read More]
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» X-lite 802R carbon puro....
Sep 02, 2014 - 7:13 PM - by evertel
Tried one of these on over at Silverstone at the weekend.
They offered it to me for 300 sterling + p&p.
Is that a good price? Cant see it cheaper anywhere myself.
Seen it here for 425 - http://www.motorcycleshop.ie/x-lite-...uro-3022-p.asp free delivery, so wouldn't be a whole lot more than the UK lot after conversion and p&p. And I'd like to keep the money here in Ireland to be honest.

Anyone know where the date of manufacture can be found on an x-lite lid?
Cheers.
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» MotoGP returns to Donington Park in 2015
Sep 02, 2014 - 6:40 PM - by Admin
Donington Park will host the 2015 British MotoGP round after reaching an agreement with right holders Dorna and the Circuit of Wales.

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potential lineup for motogp 2015

The Leicestershire track has done a deal with the Circuit of Wales, which has a contract with Dorna but doesn't yet exist, to run the race next year and will also be in place should the track not be ready in 2016.

“Donington Park has a rich history and... [Read More]
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» Thermostat / Water Temp Sensor.
Sep 02, 2014 - 4:35 PM - by kenneddp
Howdy folks.

I'm having a bit of trouble with the engine temp readout on my 99 Yam R1. It constantly reads Lo as though the engine wasn't heating up. I'll get around to properly fixing it this weekend id say, but for the time being, is it driveable? I think I remember reading that the thermostat that controls the fan is separate to the sensor that feeds the readout. If it is, I'm happy enough for the next few days.

Anyone know if this is true?

2 Replies | 194 Views
» trailrider vrs farmer (dangerous stuff)
Sep 02, 2014 - 4:28 PM - by yam sandwich
accidente moto enduro con cuerda al cuello:
13 Replies | 742 Views
» Barn find and registering
Sep 02, 2014 - 3:16 PM - by grumpy1
right. questions for all you geniuses. bought a 1966 moto guzzi zigolo lately. hasnt seen road in 30 years and paperwork and reg. plate are lost. was told by cork co. co. to get on to shannon to get them trace using engine and frame numbers. But there lies the problem. press 1 for this press 2 for that but no answer to my problem anywhere and cant get a human being to talk to. What is the advice from the esteemed members on the forum? would like to get back the original number if possible. even tho tis kerry reg
9 Replies | 564 Views
» new supercharged h2 ninja
Sep 02, 2014 - 2:18 PM - by póg ma thóin
be intresting to see the spec's off this yoke ..http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-...nth/25467.html
29 Replies | 1,024 Views
» Little bit of offroad in the old Bandon railway tunnel
Sep 02, 2014 - 1:50 PM - by bogman
Part of the West Cork line, foolishly abandoned in 1961, the tunnel is 1km long, curved so its pitched black inside, has 3 vent shafts, great place to takes your kids for Halloween if you want to frighten the crap out of them
Click the image to open in full size.... [Read More]
20 Replies | 736 Views
» Thanks to the Ducati rider for t -bagging me.
Sep 02, 2014 - 1:25 PM - by rdtz
Sunday last, as I was roasting in the sun in Laragh licking the ice cream of the flake in "99", the distinctive note of a little thumper came up the hill,a Desmo Ducati 250/350 single,as he disappeared out of sight and the note abated the equally distinctive smell of castor based oil wafted through the air.............. Nirvana!! ....... a magic moment
14 Replies | 787 Views

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