Zapper to stop chases.

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by [email protected], Jul 12, 2004.

  1. flash@work

    flashgorman Guest

    In fact thinking about it, even if there were a filter at the other end you
    would still get the pipes wedged full of crap so a front filter would be
    best.
     
    flashgorman, Jul 14, 2004
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    Ace Guest

    What, near the air filter that lives in there, like?
     
    Ace, Jul 14, 2004
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    darsy Guest

     
    darsy, Jul 14, 2004
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    darsy Guest

    yeah, the standard intake tubes have grills. My bike has after-market
    carbon fiber tubes, and no grills at the front.
     
    darsy, Jul 14, 2004
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    Ginge Guest

    Sort of, probably.

    I'm having a phenomenally bad day, cut me some slack, please..
     
    Ginge, Jul 14, 2004
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    dwb Guest

    From the POV of the GSX-R, which has similar intakes, grill on the front to
    stop pigeons and things going up them and then it appears nothing through to
    the main air filter.

    Therefore if you ride through dust/pollen etc I suspect you get a very dirty
    air filter.

    Twice I've had the dealer comment on how dirty the air filter has been when
    I've had the bike serviced.
     
    dwb, Jul 14, 2004
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    Champ Guest

    eh? Why would a presurrised airbox cause pressure build up inside the
    engine?
     
    Champ, Jul 14, 2004
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    Eddie Guest

    You didn't check his sig, then?
     
    Eddie, Jul 14, 2004
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    Lady Nina Guest

    Only another couple of days until you get away. Do you want to come
    over later and watch 'Chasing Amy'? If you want I'll pick you up so
    you can get mildly pissed.
     
    Lady Nina, Jul 14, 2004
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    Ginge Guest

    That is a jolly fine idea, please, and thank you..
    (said in a perry form kevin and perry voice)
     
    Ginge, Jul 14, 2004
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  11. flash@work

    Ginge Guest

    ^^^^
    from
     
    Ginge, Jul 14, 2004
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    Champ Guest

    ah. Yes.
     
    Champ, Jul 14, 2004
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    Lady Nina Guest

    What time are you planning on being finished? Do you want to avoid the
    bickering siblings? What booze do you want? Will you have eaten? Have
    you tidied your room? Is that homework finished yet? Don't you answer
    me back young lady <when UKRM and life collides>
     
    Lady Nina, Jul 14, 2004
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  14. flash@work

    Ginge Guest

    Death is a long way away...

    Other stuff will not be finished whatever I do, the project I needed to
    work on tonight I shall work on tomorrow, very early, instead.
    Do they want to avoid me? I'm doign the unkempt sunday morning goatee,
    and poor social skills routine this week. Actually they may make me
    laugh.. whatever suits you.
    Not fussed, anything... I can bring some. :)
    Doubtful, doesn't matter anyhow, I spent 15 hours in a chair yesterday
    for zero calorie burn effect.
    "**** YOU, I WON'T DO WHAT YOU TELL ME!"
     
    Ginge, Jul 14, 2004
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    Lozzo Guest

    Lady Nina says...
    You waste time with talking to your kids and asking them stuff like
    this? I've always found a back-hander across the ear as soon as they
    walk into the house seems to sort any problems pretty sharpish and soon
    gets the homework sorted :)
     
    Lozzo, Jul 14, 2004
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  16. Lozzo wrote
    You let them into the house?

    <fx: shakes head sadly>
     
    steve auvache, Jul 14, 2004
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    Lady Nina Guest

    Just pick a fucking time! How about 9pm - a chaffeur will be sent.
    OK, not too much booze, not too late then. I have mostly been dealing
    with Child Protection work this week (you know I said I'd never work
    in anything welfare related again - I've remembered why) so I could do
    with getting blatted. Not due in until 10.30am so hangover should have
    abated. Definitely not going to take the offer of permanent work.
    I've not told them you're visiting. I've thrown them out into the
    street to get some fresh air and exercise.
    And the difference from usual is?
    Chaffeur will be there at 9 - they might actually be in bed by the
    time you get here but I doubt it.
    Bring a reasonable bottle of red then. Or some bitch piss.
    I'm going to have bread, salad, pate, cheese, ham pile on plate and
    snack later - that OK?
    Then I'll stop your pocket money. And turn that music down.
     
    Lady Nina, Jul 14, 2004
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    Ginge Guest

    Let's do it. I don't suffer hangovers easily and work fine at home with
    them.. it's the added guilt I think.
    The partial goatee.
    OK just txted.. even 8 is good.. I'll have done enough by then, I
    started early and have actually been super productive.
    Wicked.
     
    Ginge, Jul 14, 2004
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    Eddie Guest

    < snip >

    Will you two just get a room? Or, failing that, make your social
    arrangements via a more appropriate medium?
     
    Eddie, Jul 14, 2004
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    Ginge Guest

    Oh yes, that e-mail thing.. I've heard about that, it's all a bit space
    age with icons, and mice, and internets whatever they are! The mind
    boggles!

    What a good idea though, have you ever thought of working in IT?
     
    Ginge, Jul 14, 2004
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