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    Posted: 09 Jun 2018 at 15:17
Hi Folks

Got a few items left over from my race bike strip .. 02 RSVR

57mm Gen 1 Carbs £200
Brembo front and Rear Calipers £150 
Modded Collector w/magma wrap £120
2002 Gen 1 Big valve engine, 18k £400
Ohlins Rear Shock £200
Radiators £50
Brembo Wheels F/R Black £150
Oil Tank £50
Clean Frame .. no damage, good numbers.  £200



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interested in the collector please if it is still available? could you let me know what postage would be like to Bedfordshire please?

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Hi mate .. Postage will be £6 via Hermes, if you're cool with that my PayPal is cesdins829@gmail.com Thumbs Up
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Updated list of what I have left ..

57mm Gen 1 Carbs £200
Brembo front and Calipers £100 
Ohlins Rear Shock £200
Brembo Wheels F/R Black £150
Oil Tank £50
Clean Frame .. no damage, good numbers.  £200
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£150 on the ohlins?
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flipping eck mate .. I’m nigh on giving it away as it is .. £180 plus post and PP fees .. 
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Originally posted by Cesd Cesd wrote:

Hi mate .. Postage will be £6 via Hermes, if you're cool with that my PayPal is cesdins829@gmail.com Thumbs Up


cheers Cesd, I'll get the payment over in a sec. Lee
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payment sent for the collector I think ive done the right amount to cover fees, if not just give me a shout.

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Originally posted by addiction269 addiction269 wrote:

£150 on the ohlins?

Haha what a tool as if 150 stick at 180 buddy that's the problem with apes they don't want to pay 180 for a ohlins shock but pay 90 pound for a slave seal from ap makes you wonder don't it ClapClap
That's why am not liked on her coz I speak my mind 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote IanG Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Jun 2018 at 22:51
That's a bit harsh Mark, I'm sure that's for a complete aftermarket slave cylinder and that's the going rate everywhere.

A seal kit is very reasonable,and I certainly wouldn't begrudge AP the odd £1 or so as their dedication and help is the thing that keeps most Aprilias on the road.

In fact a couple of quid extra on my orders occasionally would probably still be good value for me and leave the shop out of profit after someone has taken the time to answer my daft question on the phone.





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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote addiction269 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jun 2018 at 21:13
ha ha love it! I’m sure you pay over the top for things then so as not to offend anyone 😂😂 
Never heard of bartering ... 
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The difference (And maybe not all newer members realise this) is that this forum belongs to and is funded by AP for the benefit of us the members. If you don't want to buy from them then fair enough and it's not a requirement for membership. However a little respect for them and the support they give our community would go a long way.
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Jesus boys easy does it .. I’m just trying to sell a few bits lol 😂 

Further update shock is sold 😬
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Originally posted by markrsvr15 markrsvr15 wrote:

Originally posted by addiction269 addiction269 wrote:

£150 on the ohlins?

Haha what a tool as if 150 stick at 180 buddy that's the problem with apes they don't want to pay 180 for a ohlins shock but pay 90 pound for a slave seal from ap makes you wonder don't it ClapClap
That's why am not liked on her coz I speak my mind 

 All shops add £££££ on the top.

I always shop around and nearly always end up buying stuff online as it much cheaper and if I end up buying 2 seals for £8 each 5,000 miles apart instead of £30 once thats fine by me. 

I bought the old 150amp Starter solenoid from eBay for £9.99 4 years ago and its still perfect now and I recommend them to several people who's bought them and they've had no probs either.
Most parts like this come form the same factories anyway, just have different sticker put on them by each company that handles them.



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Originally posted by markrsvr15 markrsvr15 wrote:

Originally posted by addiction269 addiction269 wrote:

£150 on the ohlins?

Haha what a tool as if 150 stick at 180 buddy that's the problem with apes they don't want to pay 180 for a ohlins shock but pay 90 pound for a slave seal from ap makes you wonder don't it ClapClap
That's why am not liked on her coz I speak my mind 
The seal is£21 I think , Oberon slave £92 ?
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Originally posted by Jollygiant Jollygiant wrote:

Originally posted by markrsvr15 markrsvr15 wrote:

Originally posted by addiction269 addiction269 wrote:

£150 on the ohlins?

Haha what a tool as if 150 stick at 180 buddy that's the problem with apes they don't want to pay 180 for a ohlins shock but pay 90 pound for a slave seal from ap makes you wonder don't it ClapClap
That's why am not liked on her coz I speak my mind 

 All shops add £££££ on the top.

I always shop around and nearly always end up buying stuff online as it much cheaper and if I end up buying 2 seals for £8 each 5,000 miles apart instead of £30 once thats fine by me. 

I bought the old 150amp Starter solenoid from eBay for £9.99 4 years ago and its still perfect now and I recommend them to several people who's bought them and they've had no probs either.
Most parts like this come form the same factories anyway, just have different sticker put on them by each company that handles them.
Just my point mate Thank you for that 


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Hi mate. Does the throttle bodies come with the velocity stacks too?

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Originally posted by markrsvr15 markrsvr15 wrote:

Just my point mate Thank you for that

 
Originally posted by Jollygiant Jollygiant wrote:

Originally posted by markrsvr15 markrsvr15 wrote:

Originally posted by addiction269 addiction269 wrote:

£150 on the ohlins?

Haha what a tool as if 150 stick at 180 buddy that's the problem with apes they don't want to pay 180 for a ohlins shock but pay 90 pound for a slave seal from ap makes you wonder don't it ClapClap
That's why am not liked on her coz I speak my mind 

 All shops add £££££ on the top.

I always shop around and nearly always end up buying stuff online as it much cheaper and if I end up buying 2 seals for £8 each 5,000 miles apart instead of £30 once thats fine by me. 

I bought the old 150amp Starter solenoid from eBay for £9.99 4 years ago and its still perfect now and I recommend them to several people who's bought them and they've had no probs either.
Most parts like this come form the same factories anyway, just have different sticker put on them by each company that handles them.
Just my point mate Thank you for that 


 

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Hi mate .. no sorry just the carbs/ throttle bodies .. velocity stacks were sold as part of the air box plate
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Originally posted by blinkey501 blinkey501 wrote:

Hi mate. Does the throttle bodies come with the velocity stacks too?

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Hi mate, making sure you caught this, no stacks just throttle bodies 👍🏻
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