Booj

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  1. Buzz's "cruisy" level 3 ride

    Huge thanks to Buzz for putting on the ride Sunday I had a ball. The ride flow very well and Buzz did a fantastic job of linking the tracks together. Big Adz summed things up quite well, that one shitty climb out from the creek I battled with but had a blast regardless. Thanks Buzz, Dusty, Crusier and Adam all great guys which makes the riding alot more enjoyable. I hope to jump on a couple more of your dissa rides as i only live 15mins away.
  2. Womens boots

    My partner was in the same boat Tingles although her feet are slightly bigger. Started with the Comp 5, same issues you have had. Wore Tech 7 in the size 7 for 3 years, great fit however are tight around calves being such a small size and difficult with knee braces etc. Has now purchased the Fox instincts in size 8 which is their smallest size, great fit, extra room around the calves. The Fox instincts may be worth a look if you haven't already purchased yet.
  3. Beach or Bush

    I'll take the bush/river for the warmer weather. The weather is always shit at the beach, most days are blowing a gale.
  4. EOI Airoh Helmets

    Hi 2T could you please pm the same particulars you send Cluffie, I'm looking at making a purchase in the coming week. Thanks bud.
  5. Well done mate, you will love it.
  6. What map setting did you have on when you rode the 250 Greasa? I found the difference of map setting on the 250 to be the most noticeable of the new bikes. I also agree totally that the suspension of the 17 to be a little better than the 16 out of the box and also found that the 250 handled better. And at over 2K cheaper than a new 350 i can see the FE250 being quite popular.
  7. I found the FE handled better, was easier to change direction (cornered brilliantly), it felt considerably lighter and a lot more racey for one of a better word. The power delivery was also better, a lot smoother and more of it - noticeable changes with the map switch. This a just my opinions though, chatting with a few of the other guys there they also felt the same.
  8. I rode the 350excf and the Fe350 back to back at the recent demo day at calder park. I felt the husky was a far superior to the KTM. If you can get a test on both bikes before purchasing i would strongly advice it.
  9. Chain joining link issue

    I recently had the same issue, a small pair of vise grips from bunnings with the teeth width fitting between the two pins on the chain link. Done, cost $10 and took me 2 mins after I had been fighting with it for half an hour til I lost patience.
  10. Chain joining link issue

    I recently had the same issue, a small pair of vise grips from bunnings with the teeth width fitting between the two pins on the chain link. Done, cost $10 and took me 2 mins after I had been fighting with it for half an hour til I lost patience.
  11. BRIVIS Ducted Heater Unit Servicing

    This is true with most older heaters, being 3 years old it will be automatic ignition and will not have a continually burning pilot.
  12. BRIVIS Ducted Heater Unit Servicing

    Check the return air grill, ensure it is sucking air? This can be done by holding a sheet of paper up to it. Clean the filter on r/a grill if it has one. Heater may be over heating then shutting down as it can't draw air. This is your best outcome and easy fix/check.
  13. BRIVIS Ducted Heater Unit Servicing

    Hey Marko, what is the heater actually doing? Does it run at all, then shut down?
  14. New bike

    No brainer Ange. Either the KTM 250 excf or Husky FE250. (16 Husky would be my pick) Both will be perfect for you. Lowered seat and your ready to go. The 350 will be 10 - 15kgs heavier than your current bike, and would be a bit to heavy in my opinion. The 250 will do everything the 350 can and will be lighter, you will be able to ride it faster for longer. Speak to Glen at Motogc he should give you a test ride on the FE250 and you wont look back.
  15. Hi Fab, That particular model will be automatic ignition like most modern heaters these days. (Meaning the pilot only buns when in use not all the time) If the unit runs for a period of time and shuts down it may be over heating. Check to see that your return air is sucking air, hold piece of paper to it to check. Clean R/A filter, inspect return air duct in roof to check it is not squashed/crushed etc. This can cause the heater to overheat and is one of the most common causes of problems. Also replace batteries in you thermostat if it has them, this may also be the cause. Failing that you may need to get someone out to look at it. Unfortunately Bonaire are not the greatest heaters ever made and they do have there fair share of issues. Best of luck