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    Posted: 03 Apr 2008 at 13:54
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Can anyone recommend a good reliable dealer, or bike garage, or just anywhere I can get the throttle bodies properly synchronised on my 2002 Mille R please? I am from Stroud near Gloucester, so would prefer somewhere relatively local ie. South, South West or Midlands.
 
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I would think most dealers will have the vac gauges etc to do it. Griff might have a list of dealers for you local or he is not that far away if you want a day out. 
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you could give http://www.jhsracing.co.uk/ a call they are near Keynsham so not too far away
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Originally posted by wilko wilko wrote:

Hi there
 

Can anyone recommend a good reliable dealer, or bike garage, or just anywhere I can get the throttle bodies properly synchronised on my 2002 Mille R please? I am from Stroud near Gloucester, so would prefer somewhere relatively local ie. South, South West or Midlands.

 

Any information would be very mcuh appreciated

 

Many thanks!

 

Wilko


Give me a call dude we'll hook you up, make the tea and show you how its done!
were only in tamworth
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Thanks for your help guys
 
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Originally posted by fusebox fusebox wrote:

Originally posted by wilko wilko wrote:

Hi there
 

Can anyone recommend a good reliable dealer, or bike garage, or just anywhere I can get the throttle bodies properly synchronised on my 2002 Mille R please? I am from Stroud near Gloucester, so would prefer somewhere relatively local ie. South, South West or Midlands.

 

Any information would be very mcuh appreciated

 

Many thanks!

 

Wilko


Give me a call dude we'll hook you up, make the tea and show you how its done!
were only in tamworth
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You beat me to it Griff. I was going to do it. TBs on the 02 are the same as on the 00 arnt they?Sleepy

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yeah man! no worries same on both of em! Do you set the c/o too ? makes the world of difference dont it!
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Originally posted by fusebox fusebox wrote:

yeah man! no worries same on both of em! Do you set the c/o too ? makes the world of difference dont it!
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No Ive not set theCo2 - how do you do it?Embarrassed

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Gimme a bell dude and i'll explain it to you , i'd be here all day fella theres a few different ways of gaining the same result depending on the state of tune of the bike! have you got a CO metre by the way??
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A co2 meter is on my hit list Stu for future reference.
 
Been watching a few on Ebay.
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Great little testers are the gunson testers i think you can get them from halfords for resonable money, nothing more complicated required!
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