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Introducing Micrbae,

Easy on the millage but not that powerful, nevertheless it does the job.
finally got your P's as well :haha:

something reliable for the time being will definitely do the job.

wow, lucky hahaha.

My car was just passed down from my older brother, but I am lucky to have one !
I passed my old car down to my sister as well. She is going for her driving test tomorrow and god help us all if she passes.
 

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Paid a deposit for this... Comes with RWC... Picking it up on 'Straya day... :)



Plans:

- lose the chrome go with black coloured guards and all;
- general clean and tidy up;
- better looking speedo, odometer and tachometer;
- better lighting;
- better exhaust (heat wrapping for that exhaust);
- better fitting seat with a loop for the rear part of the frame;
- get cafe style handlebars that sit lower;
- etc...
 
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using LED globes from ebay does wonders and makes the car/bike appearance look so much better than halogen bulbs
 

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using LED globes from ebay does wonders and makes the car/bike appearance look so much better than halogen bulbs
You win with visibility as well... You cannot see shit riding at night... :lol:

the LED lights make things so much brighter and rarely fail...
 

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basically any of these http://www.ebay.com/itm/2pcs-T10-Bright-Red-High-Mount-3rd-Brake-Bulb-Stop-Light-9-SMD-Car-LED-194-168-/311678990886?hash=item489183fa26:g:8oYAAOSwV0RXtU40&vxp=mtr

search <size, t10, t2->, colour brake/head light led and you'll get them for ~$5-20

You win with visibility as well... You cannot see shit riding at night... :lol:

the LED lights make things so much brighter and rarely fail...
yeah my halogen ones keep buring out after about 2-3 months. I got my led ones and they're brighter than ever and still going strong after a few weeks now
 

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I like Xenons myself. Never seen one of those fail on my cars.
 

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Got it home (made sure I took the long way home, even though it was on an Unregistered Vehicle Permit for the day)... Book it into Vicroads some time next week for registering and the fun begins...

Needs a little work before registration, nothing major... Shouldn't take more than an hour of fiddling... To be honest, it's actually pretty slow, I can tell I'll be getting bored of it quick... Although, I might add, it's a really, really good newb bike...

Hate wearing the High Vis though, they make a High Vis vest a requirement for restricted licence riders but not protective gear...

 
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Got it home (made sure I took the long way home, even though it was on an Unregistered Vehicle Permit for the day)... Book it into Vicroads some time next week for registering and the fun begins...

Needs a little work before registration, nothing major... Shouldn't take more than an hour of fiddling... To be honest, it's actually pretty slow, I can tell I'll be getting bored of it quick... Although, I might add, it's a really, really good newb bike...

Hate wearing the High Vis though, they make a High Vis vest a requirement for restricted licence drivers but not protective gear...

Does the plate say L on one side and P on the other?
 

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