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Tech Tips: Ventura Rack Install – Daytona 675
4 years ago

Tech Tips: Ventura Rack Install – Daytona 675

On a previous motorcycle I’ve run a hard top box, which proved a great investment, offering waterproof storage with plenty of space for a helmet and gear, with a …
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Tech Tips: Fuel module install – Rapid Bike EVO
4 years ago

Tech Tips: Fuel module install – Rapid Bike EVO

Installing a fuel module is generally pretty straight-forward as long as you’re comfortable lifting the tank on your bike and working with the many electrical plugs that connect your bike’s …
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Product Review: Cameleon Chain Oiler Reviewed
4 years ago

Product Review: Cameleon Chain Oiler Reviewed

Depending on how often you ride and how many kilometres you’re doing there’s a good chance your chain needs frequent cleaning and lubrication, which can be an annoying and messy …
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Product Review: Hel Performance Street Pro Brake Pads
4 years ago

Product Review: Hel Performance Street Pro Brake Pads

All the go in the world won’t do you any good if you can’t stop the first time you need to, with brake pads being an easy DIY item to …
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Product Review: Hel Performance Braided Lines
4 years ago

Product Review: Hel Performance Braided Lines

Hel Performance brake lines are a great option for upgrading stock rubber lines and are all produced in-house in Britain on their Star Micronics CNC machines.

This includes the …
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Product Review: AMHP Headlight Protectors
4 years ago

Product Review: AMHP Headlight Protectors

Australian Motorcycle Headlight Protectors (AMHP) are an Australian owned and operated company that manufacture headlight protectors which are exported around the world, covering an enormous number of motorcycle models, from …
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Review: 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 Australian Launch
8.5
5 years ago

Review: 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 Australian Launch

When Triumph’s Daytona 675 was updated in 2009 few people probably realised the bike was already in the works for a major redesign. The next Daytona would be lighter, sharper …
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