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Bikers Youtube thread

Discussion in 'Biker's Cafe' started by bledd, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Captain

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    I still stand by WD40 chain cleaner, it's just better than everything else.
     
  2. bcjames

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    I use the mucoff cleaner as it's biodegradable, but I've always thought it was quite hard work to actually get the chain clean with it!
     
  3. acemastr

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    Location: Tampa, Florida

    Fab1 chain degreaser is ridiculously good, smells like it'll dissolve a human body but the chain will be spotless after.
     
  4. VoG

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    A wee glimpse of the future, if they can do some thing about charge rate, range & battery life, which they will do given time.

     
  5. The_Abyss

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  6. Scort

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    Location: No longer riding an Italian

    Love it :D
     
  7. MowyTone

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    It looks like it's going to be good
     
  8. unKle

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  9. VoG

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    He comes across as a genuine guy with a real passion for bikes.

     
  10. VoG

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  11. Diddums

    Capodecina

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    The best motorcycling channel on Youtube has uploaded another one:

     
  12. Diddums

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    6 gears, 2.8s to 60. No mention of range, charging time or anything like that though. Having owned a few Kymcos I'm rather intrigued.

     
  13. Scort

    Mobster

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    Great video!
     
  14. _tucker_

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    I use the bio one and it smells fantastic there actually 2 mucoff well I found one isn’t that great but the other one was brilliant it stripped the grease right off but doesn’t do much good to the patio after
     
  15. The_Abyss

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  16. Lakeland

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    I can’t believe there are so many issues with a Honda of that age! He must have bought the only dodgy one going.
     
  17. InvaderGIR

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    With these boys...I'm not surprised. :D
     
  18. Scort

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    Loved that video! Subbed to him now too. Man, I want a GSXR again :(
     
  19. VoG

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    This'll get you dribbling... :p

     
  20. Scort

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    Oh yes! That noise!!