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Hey guys, I was wondering if any of you skilled and knowledgeable riders would possibly do a write up (labeling) about everything a new rider would need to know like for example; where frame sliders would go to where the oil filter is located and what not is. I and every other newbie on here would be very grateful to you guys. I've downloaded the pictures you can use to label on. Thanks! :D
 

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harsh... but yeah thats a LOT to type... and it would get lost in the stacks of threads in the future anyways... =/

Best thing for our sanity is to work the search feature. lol

I've done some lengthy write ups already in other posts, and I really would rather not spend my day retyping them, and organizing everything.

Most questions from newbies are singular, or a set of one topic, not a matter of "I need to know everything now" So searching threads gives them a chance to find new things they didnt know before, and find it in their own way. Everyone's interest is sparked in different ways.

Sorry bro! ;d
 

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If you have a specific question feel free to ask away, rather than a just a give me everything you know about the bike, because that is a bit much.. no harm though, its the joys of being a noobie :)
 

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plus its kinda intimidating for new people with a heap on info.. they can take it in small portions.. butnot in large amounts, learning is meant to be a slow process.

Its like leaping into a novel to get one or 2 pieces of info, when you could read a short article and get what you need. same concept. lazyness at its best says your gonna read less to get what you want.
 

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yeah of course guys, i'll ask if i need any info or help. everyone on heres been great help so far. :D oh, i was just wondering about buying a helmet, where did u guys get urs n what do u have? i was thinking the shoei rf-1100 from revzilla or possibly a shoei qwest (i got a somewhat intermediate oval to round shaped head :/. saw their site from youtube videos n also checked out the store when i was in PA. great people n very kind n friendly n helpful.
 

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I got mine from Cycle Gear, not sure if you have one in your area but they have a great return policy if you end up not liking it after wearing it a few times :)

I dont like ordering helmets online for some reason, its just something I would rather look over in person before I buy it..
 

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i was just wondering about buying a helmet, where did u guys get urs n what do u have?
I have two.. A shoei X-12 and a HJC Cl-16. and as strange as it may sound for everyday riding i prefer the HJC. It just seems to fit better..and for the money its a great deal. I would definitely recommend buying at a retail store for the simple fact that online helmets are 50/50 on sizes. Its always better to try it on.
 

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I got mine from revzilla as well. Was VERY pleased with the service with them. had to exchange it for a smaller size, was no problem, etc etc all around, a good business! lol

I have a nolan n43 trilogy in mat grey
I also bought a bell revolver off another forum member, its in the mail, but from what I hear thats a good helmet.

Shoe would be be my first choice if I had the money lol they are way comfy'r
 

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Agree with helmets always try them on certain brands feel better than others depending on head shape, personally I have a Shoei head and just got a new neotec, plus the shop changed the cheek pads by 2mm for nothing, somethings can't be done online unless it is an exact replacement
 

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revzilla will take any return, or exchange.. if it doesnt fit, return it.. lol idk I'm advocating them because I had a very pleasant experience with them haha
 

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Hana, I can vouch for revzilla as well. Good experience going there n looking around n trying things on. What I would recommend is try the helmets on at a local shop n get the size n everything n then order it from revzilla. Lol they also got reward points $5 for every $100 spent.
 
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