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Old Feb 13th 2018, 02:05 PM   #41
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Sounds like you should invite Prince Albert for the circle jerk!!!
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Old Feb 14th 2018, 09:54 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by Captain Greg View Post
at 5.7 you could get a killer bod with beter definition than a taller boy, (just some work and discipline )besides the tall boys cant fit into fighter jet cockpits ...or should I say once they are in we cant close the canopy

what do they say rather a wide boy than a wide mouth

I was just winding the purists up...

but you know fat boys dont look good on much.....apart from a Burger commercial...



Please take me with some salt...after all Im with Thermalater in September and he will fuk me up and throw me to the male porn stars....

Killer bod would never happen as Iím allergic to eating dust. Me likes proper food that tastes good and various ales to wash it down. So still fat forever

As for fighter jet cockpits, canopies and pilots. In my experience most faster jet jockeys are bellends with vastly over inflated egos. Support helicopter pilots are the same just a fair bit more humble and appreciative of us engineers! Whilst I used to fix everything engine, fuel related and ground run the mighty Panavia Tornado. It was getting stuck in a fuel tank because of my massively wide shoulders thatís was the problem! I may of had to get semi naked to get out! These days I do airframe repairs, And I am currently fixing a little known aircraft called a Spitfire and very nice it is too. Even if it is made out of tinfoil!
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Old Feb 14th 2018, 10:09 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by Blade Runner View Post
My bike has been called in for warranty how ever the part is about a month out according to Ducati. Warranty has been submitted just awaiting on the part.
Iím getting ready to take delivery of a Superduke GT. The bike arrived at the dealer yesterday. The dealer had to order a the part. He said it is in stock and he is overnighting it. I donít know if he meant in stock at KTM or elsewhere, but it seems as though they should be able to find you one. But in your case you have the bike and can still ride it. I canít take delivery until itís fixed.
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Old Feb 15th 2018, 12:30 AM   #44
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Old Feb 21st 2018, 08:37 PM   #45
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In Sydney and not heard anything, but Iím the second owner, so how would Frasers contact me? Iím going to call them, let you know what they say.


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Hi mcknightp Im from Sydney and also 2nd owner. I checked ducati.com site and entered my vin # and it appeared. Called up Frasers Concord and let them know. They asked me to take the bike in and will cost me $0.
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Old Feb 21st 2018, 08:43 PM   #46
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Hi mcknightp Im from Sydney and also 2nd owner. I checked ducati.com site and entered my vin # and it appeared. Called up Frasers Concord and let them know. They asked me to take the bike in and will cost me $0.


When are you taking it in? Did you need to book? Will they do it while you wait? Thanks Phil


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Old Feb 21st 2018, 08:49 PM   #47
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When are you taking it in? Did you need to book? Will they do it while you wait? Thanks Phil


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Im taking it in this Sat. They were originally pretty booked out, but since i mentioned it was a brake recall, they put it as a high priority and slotted me in for this Sat morning.

They said it would take an hour or so.

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Old Feb 21st 2018, 08:52 PM   #48
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Im taking it in this Sat. They were originally pretty booked out, but since i mentioned it was a brake recall, they put it as a high priority and slotted me in for this Sat morning.



They said it would take an hour or so.



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Iíve phoned and waiting on a call back! Iíve got warranty to look at as well, cracked TFT dash screen... see what they say!


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Old Feb 21st 2018, 09:05 PM   #49
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Good luck man. I may see u this Sat!
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Old Feb 21st 2018, 11:17 PM   #50
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im from Sydney too, they told me they had a two waiting time, fuck Frazers i hate em, id rather get the part and do it myself.
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