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Who was the dirty bugger that popped their chewing gum on the inside of my fairing? I only noticed this when I took the fairing off to put my new exhaust on. It couldn't have been done at the factory as it still had a minty smell to it:rolling:

So come on .... own up;)

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Who was the dirty bugger that popped their chewing gum on the inside of my fairing?
Perhaps they were fine-tuning the chassis balance - the chewing gum is carefully placed there for optimum weight distribution... Don't remove it - you'll ruin the handling! :rolling: :rolling: :rolling:
 

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Perhaps they were fine-tuning the chassis balance - the chewing gum is carefully placed there for optimum weight distribution... Don't remove it - you'll ruin the handling! :rolling: :rolling: :rolling:
Too late .... I ate it:D

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Too late .... I ate it:D

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You reckless, crazy fool Al...!! :D

Thank goodness you've ordered those carbon fibre Dymags - they might just about compensate for the loss of the chewing gum. :rolling: :rolling:
 
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