Hello - a new VTR rider

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Shibby46
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Re: Hello - a new VTR rider

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Thanks, yeah sounds soooooo good now! Just spent the morning washing and polishing her up a treat 👌🏻 Love the blue, will get the small belly pan painted blue to match I feel.

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sirch345 wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 5:25 pm
Shibby46 wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:19 am New Exhausts are fitted and look/sound epic!

YouTube link for sound - https://youtu.be/ivTSwL3fSJ0

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I really like the look, and the finish (titanium look) works very well too 8)
It sounds great :thumbup:

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Dickiebig
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Re: Hello - a new VTR rider

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Looking good. Amazing how well these bikes can come up with just a bit of tlc
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Re: Hello - a new VTR rider

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Time to start getting those MCCT sorted 😂👍
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Shibby46
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Re: Hello - a new VTR rider

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Richard wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:11 pm Time to start getting those MCCT sorted 😂👍
Eek.. I know... gonna save it for a day when I feel confident haha.. I own a land rover defender so used to fixing/taking apart parts, just wanna give my self a fun day
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Re: Hello - a new VTR rider

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Well if you have a Landy you'll be used to hitting things with a large hammer. Just as well as the inspection plug needs some gentle persuasion. A 2lb toffee hammer will do it 🥳🥳
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