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FZS600 Fazer / Re: bulbs for fazer 600
« on: 21 June 2012, 09:02:54 PM »
Cheers CRH & Ade, will try and sort it at the weekend. Me thinks i'm gonna like this site, U guys seem to have the same sense of humour as me  :lol

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: bulbs for fazer 600
« on: 21 June 2012, 08:41:56 PM »
nice one guy's , walked straight into that one  :)

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: bulbs for fazer 600
« on: 21 June 2012, 07:07:09 PM »
Cheers Ade, Will check out a few web sites / go to local bike shop over w/end, if all else fails down to the market for a 25kg bag of carrotts  :)

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FZS600 Fazer / bulbs for fazer 600
« on: 21 June 2012, 06:58:21 PM »
Can anyone suggest any decent bulbs for my fzs600 1999 headlight/s, Recently bought the bike and the headlight is about as bright as a candle, i have heard of wiring mods that can be done, but my electrical side of things is pretty much zilch  :o , cheers, Chris.

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General / Re: Yet another (again!) boiler Q
« on: 21 June 2012, 02:02:04 PM »
all boilers fitted are now condensing,be it a combi or conventional bolier. Yes B.G are expensive, an independent heating engineer would be cheaper,and also as mentioned in an earlier thread worcester bosch are an excellent boiler,more expensive than most,but worth the extra few quid in the long term.

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General / Re: Yet another (again!) boiler Q
« on: 21 June 2012, 12:41:46 PM »
as a gas fitter myself, i would recommend the combi option (preferably with an electric shower, just in case your hot water fails in the future), a direct replacement will be easier to fit,but with a combi you lose all of your tanks and hot water cylinder etc . Possibly making some extra storage space,and also losing a lot of pipework and wiring. Also i would recommend a wireless room stat. Combi boilers nowadays are extremely reliable and offer high hot water flow rates. Unless you live in a large house 4 beds+, with en-suites ,and with a extremely high useage of hot water (several people showering at the same time etc),then a combi is the way to go. Hope this helps.

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Introduction / Hi All
« on: 19 June 2012, 09:12:24 PM »
Hi to all, Just joined the club after a good few years away from biking, just bought a 99 fazer 600, what a great bike  :D , any members in the leicester / east mids area? for any rideouts / rallies, then please get in touch, Cheers all.

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