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Re: hello everyone :D

Post by Greg J on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:43 pm

RESULT!! fookin LOL Razz

Although you might want to * the 'U' Just so some people dont get offended, then are put off joining..

Can you moderate the swearing like on 125ccsb?

So if you write fuck it comes up as f*ck etc..?

Looks better if your browsing a new forum imo.
125ccsb didnt do it in the beginning, if you look at the oldest posts its unmoderated. lol
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Post by CraigB on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:44 pm

lol im going to set it as just greg j now lol!!

i think i can moderate it yer, but cba typing in all those swear words lmao

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Post by chadz on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:45 pm

He will change it to greg j im sure lol
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Post by CraigB on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:46 pm

some one test word censoring for me, type the f word... Smile

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Post by Greg J on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:47 pm

Aww Sad lol

lazy bastard if you dont want to do it.. lol
If a mod can do it mod me for 10mins. Wink

Test- STOP SWEARING BITCH!
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Post by Greg J on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:48 pm

haha, i put it in and it came out as that!

Wouldnt make sense though in a comment, so just put *'s in it Smile
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Post by CraigB on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:48 pm

lmao, still i was just testing it Razz

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Post by Greg J on Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:51 pm

And now i have to change my sig! Neutral
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Post by DanHam on Wed Aug 26, 2009 4:56 am

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Post by Rhapsody on Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:56 am

Welcome Hannah! You did the right thing in joining up to this forum as well as 125cc SB. That forum is very good if you want to ask a technical question in the appropriate section for your bike, but the other parts have degenerated into a lot of bullying and as you found out they always ask to see rude pics of you within the first few posts of welcoming you (if you're a lass).

Hope you get to ride your bike lots before winter sets in and please ask us any questions you might have incase we can help! Smile
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Post by Hannah Kronizm on Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:14 pm

thanks rhapsody =) i already asked quite a few questions he he and i am out every chance i get, I have had it 22 days and run up 570 miles so far, not sure if that is alot or alittle for a beginner but i love it =)

I am hoping to go on the rideout with greg and a few others on sunday if the weather holds out althou someone on the other forum said it was forecast heavy rain Sad


I got rained off last week too >.< I am happy to rideout in the winter thou as long as it doesnt get too bad.

Sunday was cloudy and very light showers so ichanced riding to hollingworth lake i was goin stir crazy pirat

not longer after i arrived it started to rain really hard and i got home i was soaked thru, my visor kept misting up to so i had to stop now and again my boots and riding clothes took until today to dry out and in the rain and dark i miss footed putting my stand down it folded and i dropped my bike lol.

what an idiot Embarassed


luckily no real damage and i learned my lesson lol
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Post by Greg J on Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:26 pm

When your visor is misting up, just crack it open slightly, then it de-mists instantly and wont mist up again Smile

And you can stick your stand down whilst your on the bike.. it will take the weight! Razz

I had my first RS on its stand, learning to get my body in position for KD, and it didnt falter once.

When your kit is wet, leave it in the sun if you can, or put them up to dry by a doorway, that way the air moving in and out of the door dries the kit quicker Wink
Or hair dryer if your impatient. haha
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Post by Hannah Kronizm on Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:56 pm

ooh hair dryer is a good idea, and yea i put the stand down whilst on the bike that was the problem , inthe dark i didnt see it hadnt gone down down properly and i leaned the bike towards the stand, bike went over and me too = soggy ass lol.

think i was cold tired and soaking wet = error all my own fault but hopefully i will avoid doing it again.

lol the visor was fun first it was down then it was up then it rained so hard in my face i put the visor halfway down oh the joys!!

At least now i have ridden in the sun, the rain and the dark I was a bit nervous of the last 2 before i tried but now i am not =)
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Post by CraigB on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:02 pm

Iv got one of them things that sit over your nose type thing, to stop it misting up, works a treat!

I wear my glasses when i ride too, so opening the visor is ok, but when your sat at lights or somthing you carnt do a thing to stop the glasses misting up haha

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Post by Hannah Kronizm on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:05 pm

awwww i find the wind plays havoc with my contacts no hope for the blind =p
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Post by Greg J on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:11 pm

Breath guard?

And my helmet is really good for misting, just crack it and it doesnt really do anything, when stopped at lights, open it fully! lol
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Post by Rhapsody on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:41 pm

You could try a Fog City insert for your visor. Its a transparent layer of plastic that you stick on the inside of the visor which really helps lessen the misting up. Only thing is if you plan to ride at night then I think it increases glare from other people's headlights. I had one on my old helmet, but not my new one as it has an anti-fog coating already.

I also tried a small bottle of stuff that you can wipe over the inside of your visor and glasses. That seemed to work reasonably well but it makes your glasses a bit filmy and I get really irritated with the slightest grease or marks on them so it used to wind me up. Might have to start using it again when the weather goes colder. Pain in the bum if the visor is clear but your glasses are just one big fog panel instead. Wink
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Post by Hannah Kronizm on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:44 pm

i have an anti fog piece but i have only just worked out how to gt the visor off lol now i have to work out how to attach the plastic thiny and put them both back on my helmet =) that will tomorows job Razz
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Post by Rhapsody on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:47 pm

Cool, that should help when its fitted Smile
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Post by Greg J on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:48 pm

You mean pinlock?

It works brilliantly, but cba drilliing this helmet for the inserts. lol
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Post by Hannah Kronizm on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:51 pm

urm maybe it just came with my helmet its a plastic piece like a 1/2 visor idk it attaches to the inside of my visor as an anti fog thing , didnt think i would need it yet but clearly i was wrong Very Happy so i will try to attach it tomorrow i think its easy enough i've just ben lazy i suppose
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Post by DanHam on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:54 pm

To clean your visor I would advise a V2 sponge.

To dry your clothes, put them in front of a fan or go extra fast on the straights e.g. 70+ (this is my favourite lol)

My visor has been a right cunt for misting up tonight, then if i open it, the wind makes my eyes water lol

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Post by chadz on Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:55 pm

Greg J wrote:You mean pinlock?

It works brilliantly, but cba drilliing this helmet for the inserts. lol
no its a mask what inserts into your helmet
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Post by Greg J on Wed Aug 26, 2009 4:02 pm

I was on about hanna's thing. lol

But im supposed to be going! Im leaving now. haha
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Post by chadz on Wed Aug 26, 2009 4:14 pm

oh ret, my bad haha
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