SP95E10 in France - Heads up.
Cab wrote: Just had the Z serviced yesterday and I saw a notice in the shop telling me not to use SP95E10 in the bike. So I've just come off the phone to Kawa France. Apparently the new SP95E10 is pretty corrosive  and Kawa recommends using either SP95 (if one can find it in the Paris region) or S... 9 Sep 2009 10:53
Paging the batch/cmd file programming types....
So I have a batch file that runs perfectly under dos (it applies a set of bios defaults to an AMI bios mainboard). SET PWFILE=PWD1.KEY amiscew.exe /i p6base.cfg<%PWFILE% If not errorlevel 1 goto pass I need to run it under WinPE so converted it to a .cmd file and tweaked : SET PWFILE=PWD1.KEY amiscew.exe ... 11 Dec 2008 10:12
Guess the scam
"Cane" <caneUKRM(a)gmail.com> wrote in message news:6q9hfmFbhvo9U1(a)mid.individual.net... ezechiel_aureleus(a)yahoo.com Hello Customer, Good Day............. With Regards to your company my name is Rev. Father Ezechiel Brown and i will like to know if you do carry a 236 x 48 x 96 clear ... 21 Dec 2008 19:15
Cab wrote: I quite like my "Banshee" If I lose the fob or the battery dies, there's quite a nifty manual method to deactivate the alarm involving switching off and on the ignition with a 4 figure PIN. Anyone else seen a system like this? Only on every bike alarm I've ever had. ... 7 Dec 2008 15:17
Nige wrote: Anyone had it, my wife's got it now & she's absolutely *fucked* She cant even lift her head off the pillow. How long does it take to recover from it? Wifey had it - several times. Two types - bacterial: more serious, but easier to treat - get antibiotics from docs, clears up in 3-4 days. Sadl... 25 Nov 2008 19:50
New bike security device from Headstock Transport
wessie <putmynamehere(a)tesco.net> wrote: If it was easy you wouldn't be burning the midnight oil into the wee hours of press day Who says I do? -- BMW K1100LT Ducati 750SS Yamaha XTZ660 Tenere Honda CB400F CB250N SH50 chateau dot murray at idnet dot com "What you're proposing to do will involve a lot... 21 Nov 2008 08:49
Reflective Stickers For Bikes
I wouldn't mind a few for the BMW as it's nearly black & a few well placed stripes etc might enhance my viewability by others. I'm not interested in looking like a copper & I'm not keen to advertise others products, but anyone know if there's a company that makes 'em? -- Nige, 'That's not my name' Range ... 21 Nov 2008 07:38
So when is this supposed bike going to appear then? Rumours around say it's in production but nothing definate, with the V5 and shaft drive and some fancy button gear change. I might just have to trade the Sprint ST in for one. Alan ... 19 Sep 2008 04:45
Unitrack removal / strip-down?
Hi all, I've just got the front brakes cleaned and re-bled on this 85 GPz550 (pre MOT / road test etc) and as I'm waiting for rear brake parts I thought I'd check over any remaining items that could be serviced (and / or be MOT / general running issues). I read somewhere (a GPz forum) that the Unitracks should... 6 Sep 2008 16:18
On Sun, 6 Jul 2008 16:47:15 +0100, "Grant" <no(a)nono.com> wrote: snip> Goldspeed supermoto specific tyres - pretty much the best you can fit. Pretty cheap too. http://www.aaa-racing.com/products.asp?category=S%2FM+Tyres&subcategory=Street+Sports I'd looked at those and was giving them a bit of conside... 10 Jul 2008 11:22