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Old 03-Feb-2009, 06:40 PM
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Old 21-Feb-2009, 12:04 PM
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For those still in need of a fire Extinguisher to comply with Rule 13.3 in the ACU handbook

This place has come recommended to me by our Safety Officer at work

Minimum is 2kg Dry Powder 13.95 plus VAT
http://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk...=&h ideform=1

As each Kg is worth about 10 Seconds
it maybe worth going for a 4kg Dry Powder one at 24.25 Plus VAT
http://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk...Extinguishers/


Last time I heard it was a 50 fine for not having one, Last time they checked mine I think it was Mallory in 2007 that they came around asking to see them
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As sure a few of you are aware it can be difficult to know where to go to find up grades and just general race kit for the desmodue race bikes.


http://www.ricambiweiss.de/ For race fairings


Hi, quick question; how does the ricambi German stuff compare quality wise to UK bodywork?

It's noticibly cheaper e.g. a 1098 race fairing is around 100 cheaper than the equivalent fairing from Replicast

Is there a 100 difference in quality?


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Ricambi Weiss stuff is good, and probably better than a lot of other make fibreglass that I've bought in the UK.
Just watch when buying off ebay as they won't (or didn't!) combine the postage cost, even though it turns up all in one box! So I bought a left-hand side (€20 postage), a right-hand side (€20 postage), a front piece (€10 postage) and a seat unit (€15 postage) so ended up paying them €65 in postage costs!


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Ricambi Weiss stuff is good, and probably better than a lot of other make fibreglass that I've bought in the UK.
Just watch when buying off ebay as they won't (or didn't!) combine the postage cost, even though it turns up all in one box! So I bought a left-hand side (20 postage), a right-hand side (20 postage), a front piece (10 postage) and a seat unit (15 postage) so ended up paying them 65 in postage costs!

Cheers, even with the postage thier SS DR107 seat and 1098 fairing work out pretty cheap in comparison to the UK stuff.
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