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The Bike - C10 / œil level window lighting
« Last post by sig on Yesterday at 11:47:19 pm »

Hello

IN TEST PHASE

Tired of having to take a flashlight every time to control my oil level  :-\ :-\ :-\


So I installed an LED 12V strip with a switch  ;) ;) ;)

















Sig
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Accessories and modifications - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: Dunlop Sportmax Q3 PLUS
« Last post by Michelle on Yesterday at 10:32:27 pm »
The biggest challenge is in mounting them with something like a No-Mar system.  You can guess how I know.

We had no end of trouble trying to get a Bridgestone on and off. If we have difficulty with anything else we'll throw that 'stone on the machine just so anything after will seem like a piece of cake. Even a Dunlop.
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Open Forum / Re: What are you watching?
« Last post by VirginiaJim on Yesterday at 08:23:56 pm »
Agree completely! It's like they got tired and just ended it as quickly as they could.


That's exactly what I thought...
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Accessories and modifications - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: Dunlop Sportmax Q3 PLUS
« Last post by katata1100 on Yesterday at 08:00:17 pm »
No pain, no gain, right? When I first saw the pr4gt, it was next to a regular pr4 and pushing on the sidewall was enough to tell you that it would be a pain to mount.
But, in the name of C14 science , buy that Dunlap, mount and give a review.
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: 2011 C14 no start issue
« Last post by route66tc on Yesterday at 07:16:38 pm »
Ooops
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It's not a Concours - other Bikes / Re: Picked up another bike Saturday
« Last post by Deziner on Yesterday at 05:15:35 pm »
 Still has 2 years left. We'll see how I feel about things as the warranty is about to expire.
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It's not a Concours - other Bikes / Re: Picked up another bike Saturday
« Last post by gPink on Yesterday at 04:15:11 pm »
Long time no see. Good to hear from you. Luck with the new bike. How's the warranty?
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: 2011 C14 no start issue
« Last post by maxtog on Yesterday at 03:47:11 pm »
I would have beat on it as well.  I even carried a hammer for such an occasion.  Finding out later it was something else...I would have apologized to the bike.

OK, I am embarrassed, but I did something similar a week ago.  I thought I finally encountered the "spring issue" and started banging on it.  Only to eventually realize the fob was in the liner of the jacket, which I removed from the jacket.  DUH.

And yes, I did apologize to the bike, too!
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: Been gone a while, but Need advice...
« Last post by jimmymac on Yesterday at 03:37:13 pm »
That Chick isn't coming back though. So just let it go.







 8)
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Open Forum / Re: What are you watching?
« Last post by B.D.F. on Yesterday at 03:22:30 pm »
Absolutely typical of random length, episodic TV. They do not know how long the show is going to last so they cannot predict when it will end and therefore have a reasonable plot outline. And when the series does end, they have to quickly try to tie- up loose ends and that is usually impossible: remember how Lost ended in some kind of 'afterlife'?

That was the thing that allowed Breaking Bad to be so good- Vince Gilligan had a plan and a story arc all picked out before even starting. He actually stated his goal was to start off with 'Mr. Chips' and end up with 'Scarface', and he proceeded to write exactly that. He choose when and how to end the series rather than just making some unknown number of seasons and then slamming the door on the entire story.

Brian

Game of Thrones, season 8.

We watched the last ep last night. What a disappointment!!!   :o

The writers could have done so much with the last season and didn't.

It seems that after loosely following the book for so long once they had to write a good ending on their own that they weren't up to the task. Pity.

GoT season 8, RIP    :thumbdown
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