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The John Norwich Riders Corner In honour of our fellow moderator: John Norwich R.I.P. September 17th, 2014
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Old 10-01-2012, 12:21 PM   #76
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Got my class 6 test later at 215 today. Completely forgot about it so going in pretty blind D: hope it's similar to the class 5
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Old 10-01-2012, 05:17 PM   #78
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PASSED! One point off from fail. Didn't shoulder check enough. It's dumb as hell, I already felt I was shoulder checking wayyyy too much, to the point where it's more dangerous than anything ==, and he still nicked me on not shoulder checking every single position change from 3 to 1 and vice versa. Other than the shoulder checking I did fine!

For people who need to take the test keep in mind I literally didn't know I had the class 6 test until 2 hours before thanks to my trusty iPhone. Not as hard as it seems but practice the shoulder checking, it's really disorienting after the number of times they WANT you to shoulder check
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Old 10-02-2012, 04:22 AM   #81
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nice, for most people if you can drive, you can ride and pass with flying colors.
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Old 10-04-2012, 12:20 AM   #83
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Has anybody ever filled out that online parts request form on Burnaby Kawasaki's website and gotten a response? I can't find an actual e-mail address, just online forms

I'm in no rush for info otherwise I'd just call. That, and I'm half way around the world at the moment lol
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Has anybody ever filled out that online parts request form on Burnaby Kawasaki's website and gotten a response? I can't find an actual e-mail address, just online forms

I'm in no rush for info otherwise I'd just call. That, and I'm half way around the world at the moment lol
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Any good places to take a used bike to for a pre-purchase inspection?
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Old 10-04-2012, 05:39 PM   #86
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Any good places to take a used bike to for a pre-purchase inspection?
imperial or bayside

imperial is a little (a very very little) more friendly for service though, but bayside has better stuff to buy.

maybe its because imperial has sarah and shes smokin hot LOL
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Can anyone point me towards rules/legislation about the backs of our bikes in terms of licence plates, brake lights, signals, splash guards, and reflectors? Bike's potentially going under irreversible transformation, gotta make sure I'm staying legal lol
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anyone know of any shops that do custom pipes? mine are rotted to shit, and it'll be next to impossible to find stock, let alone aftermarket...
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^ for your gixxer? Let me know if you find a shop... I'm looking for a 4-1 header for my zx6e and may just go custom.
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how do you guys prep your bikes for winter storage?? im going to have to keep my bike outside during the winter. it will be out of the rain and snow but still outside. i was thinking of buying a cover and chaining it to my patio steps

is it cheaper to just find a shop to keep it at until next season??
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how do you guys prep your bikes for winter storage?? im going to have to keep my bike outside during the winter. it will be out of the rain and snow but still outside. i was thinking of buying a cover and chaining it to my patio steps

is it cheaper to just find a shop to keep it at until next season??
winter storage isnt that bad, 50 a month and usually the shops insurance covers the bike so thats a double win. I think they also provide a battery tender but check, if so its triple win! just remember to top up gas, fuel stabilizer etc.
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how do you guys prep your bikes for winter storage?? im going to have to keep my bike outside during the winter. it will be out of the rain and snow but still outside. i was thinking of buying a cover and chaining it to my patio steps

is it cheaper to just find a shop to keep it at until next season??
If your going to look for a shop to store your bike I strongly suggest you start inquiring now because they fill up quick from what i've heard.
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^ for your gixxer? Let me know if you find a shop... I'm looking for a 4-1 header for my zx6e and may just go custom.
ya... it's got a yosh can, and stock collectors that are rotted to shit... :c
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how do you guys prep your bikes for winter storage?? im going to have to keep my bike outside during the winter. it will be out of the rain and snow but still outside. i was thinking of buying a cover and chaining it to my patio steps

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ya... it's got a yosh can, and stock collectors that are rotted to shit... :c
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not a chance either will have a GSXR400. it wasn't sold in north america... come to think of it, i don't think we got ANY sport 400....

gixxer400 and cbr400 and nsr400 are all grey bikes


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^ not as sporty as those you listed... but in terms of 400 there's the CB1 and the Ninja 400R
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how do you guys prep your bikes for winter storage?? im going to have to keep my bike outside during the winter. it will be out of the rain and snow but still outside. i was thinking of buying a cover and chaining it to my patio steps

is it cheaper to just find a shop to keep it at until next season??

I'd never let any bike sit outside for winter....

I'd pay someone to store it for me.
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