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 Post Posted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:31 am 
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still not got my M-unit!!! got an e mail from German Co saying that there would be a delay in shipping due to a high volume of orders, I e mailed back asking when i could expect it if different to e bay receipt?
didnt get a reply!
so i contacted them via ebay (so it would be recorded by ebay/paypal) still no answer.
whilst i was about it i contacted the UK Company that i had ordered the M-lock off to see what was happening with that order, they were very informative and said that they were waiting for a part of my order to come in (glass key out of stock) from motogadget, I asked them if they had any M-unit Basic's in stock, they said they had just got some of the "blue" ones in stock but could get me a Basic in 2 days, they said that Motogadget were snowed under with orders and were well behind with getting stock out.
so would appear that the ebay seller i had brought mine off didnt have the stock he claimed on his ebay listing, and had put an order into Motogadget when i had ordered from him FFS.
I have sent them another email telling them to cancel my order and refund my payment, as they havent let me know what is happening with the order and also as they haven't yet marked it as "dispatched" how was it going to get to me by the advertised latest of the 30th Nov??
if i get no reply by tonight i will raise a Paypal dispute and demand my money back, then re order through the UK supplier who at least is helpfull and informative.

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Classic case of dropshipping. :Bang

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On eBay there is not a clear rule about drop shipping. According to their policy, this practice should be avoided, as sellers should always own the products before publishing them. This is to prevent bad buyer experiences and to guarantee safe transactions. However, it seems that eBay is tolerating drop shipping as long as the seller can guarantee good service

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richard pitman wrote:
Classic case of dropshipping. :Bang

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On eBay there is not a clear rule about drop shipping. According to their policy, this practice should be avoided, as sellers should always own the products before publishing them. This is to prevent bad buyer experiences and to guarantee safe transactions. However, it seems that eBay is tolerating drop shipping as long as the seller can guarantee good service


yep, i have raised it with Paypal, got to wait till Dec 20th till i can escalate it to a claim :notme
in the mean time i am going to order one from a UK bike shop with a good rep, Moore Speed Racing, who i have dealt with before, will cost me £20 more, but hay hoo :p

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Haha just came across these on the Practical Sportsbikes web sit!!! never did see the article in the mag!!

https://www.practicalsportsbikesmag.co. ... uki-gs1157


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now got all the Moto gadget bits i need to do the harness up grade,  but as its Crimbo, i have e mailed FBM to get a price on a 1216 alloy block and piston kit

for the old girl as i think she is in need of a re bore anyway


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Love the PSB article - bike looks absolutely mint :clap

I'm sure it will turn up in print at some point.


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Love the PSB article - bike looks absolutely mint :clap

I'm sure it will turn up in print at some point.


Was in the mag exactly one year ago (dec 16)

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Brilliant - it's a great magazine - the only one I bother reading these days.


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I have a sub to Practical Sportsbikes, read Steve's article when it came out. Is it really a year ago, doesn't time fly ?

( Which is where I spotted the uncanny resemblance to this chap.)

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I also have a sub to Classic Motorcycle Mechanics, not quite as good as PSB but still compulsive reading. I also take Classic Bikes, as they often have some interesting stuff in there, no sub for that one, usually pick it up at Tesco.

And a sub to MCN, sometimes wonder why I bother with that one. However, wifes guinea pigs enjoy it ...

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As FBM are not doing the billet big blocks at the moment i have gone ahead and ordered just the 1216cc wiseco piston kit from the US.

seem i can get one from there much cheaper, even after paying import tax and postage!!!

even got a set of plugs thrown in :)


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thinking of getting these Yoshi TMR's,  seem to be a good price from Japan Webike, they are not the MJN variant, but i will be able to up rate to the MJN with no problem, only difference will be that

they wont have red tops and dark bodies like the factory shipped TMR-MJN's, 


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 Post subject: Re: project RETRO
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wellllllllllllllllllllll........................ I thought about it, then i did a bit more thinking......................then i changed my mind and went for the full fat TMR-MJN40's

silly not to  but just with the normal stacks, not the flash Duel stacks for now.

see how long they take!!!??

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 Post subject: Re: project RETRO
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Those do look nice !

I'll be interested in the shipping time as well.

My purchase is in a different league to yours, but I've ordered a 1/6 scale Tamiya monkey bike kit from Japan, at a very good price, with free shipping. Just waiting to see how long it takes to arrive, and whether I'll be stung for customs charges.

I've had some JIS screwdrivers from Japan in the past, these just turned up in the normal post, no problems or extra fees.

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Gorgeous carburetors :love

Seems a shame to have to fit them to the bike! I'd be tempted to put them in a display cabinet and just admire them :angel


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richard pitman wrote:
I'll be interested in the shipping time as well.



Richard, i dont think your screwdrivers will be as long as my carbs :( i have been told by webike Japan that my
carbs will be dispached some time after Mar 08th next year :help
it will then take a week of two for them to get to the UK, then they will have to clear customs (after paying import tax :ill )
so wont be a quick thing!!!

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370steve wrote:
As FBM are not doing the billet big blocks at the moment i have gone ahead and ordered just the 1216cc wiseco piston kit from the US.

seem i can get one from there much cheaper, even after paying import tax and postage!!!

even got a set of plugs thrown in :)


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just received this........

"We are writing to inform you that your recent GSP item has cleared customs and is now out for delivery with the carrier.

You should receive additional automated updates regarding delivery status."

wont be long now :)

but carbs wont be half as quick!!!

"Thank you very much for shopping at Webike Japan.

Your order will be shipped from us around March 09, 2018.
We will inform you of the tracking number by e-mail after it has been shipped.

We will be looking forward to serving you again at http://japan.webike.net/" :O

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My purchase is in a different league to yours, but I've ordered a 1/6 scale Tamiya monkey bike kit from Japan, at a very good price, with free shipping. Just waiting to see how long it takes to arrive, and whether I'll be stung for customs charges.


I'm somewhat gobsmacked. Above was purchased on Ebay on Dec 17th. Just found parcel from Osaka (Japan) sitting in my front porch. No extra taxes or duties. Less than a fortnight, including Christmas break, can't complain at that !

Sender had marked package as a gift, and worth less than 10 dollars :Bad , which I guess helped smooth the way.

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I'm somewhat gobsmacked.


I know what you mean - I've been purchasing a lot of stuff from the far east via Ebay during my resto and I have been astonished how quickly some items have arrived - leaving me scratching my head and wondering how they dispatch it door to door so fast and for so little money?

It also felt a bit strange recently when I bought a decent set of replacement header pipes for my CBR from a breakers in Texas for half the price (including transit) of a rusty old set in the UK (the dry desert air preserves mild steel pipes superbly). I'm more used to sourcing my used bike parts from places like Doncaster!


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Agree about the US stuff, it's usually much cheaper and in better condition than the tat that some UK breakers knock out. It's the shipping costs that are the killer on larger items. That said, I got a mint condition CB175 seat from the States cheaper than a rusted POS from a UK breaker, including shipping and taxes.

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Wiseco forged piston kit! :love I'm loving all of this mechanical bling Steve, hope you get your carbs soon.

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Agree about the US stuff, it's usually much cheaper and in better condition than the tat that some UK breakers knock out. It's the shipping costs that are the killer on larger items. That said, I got a mint condition CB175 seat from the States cheaper than a rusted POS from a UK breaker, including shipping and taxes.


Yes, if the US seller uses the global shipping programme then transit costs can be very economical - I think it works on a brokerage system where bidding takes place on spare transit capacity. As an aside California/Mid-West was a good place to source good condition classic 1970's Alphas and Lancias - as most UK cars had rusted away by the late 90's.


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370steve wrote:
wellllllllllllllllllllll........................ I thought about it, then i did a bit more thinking......................then i changed my mind and went for the full fat TMR-MJN40's

silly not to  but just with the normal stacks, not the flash Duel stacks for now.

see how long they take!!!??

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well thought about it a bit more,....................................... and then went and purchased the Duel stack kit from Webike Japan :)

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to make them this sexy 

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Bloody Internet makes it just toooo bloody easy to have nice things at a nice price!!!! 

having seen this I just had to get one in black for the 1157  i blame the Chinese

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found these hose clamps, just wondering if i could get the correct size to work as carb rubber clamps

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post got here today all the way from America,  just like a late crimbo

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This came today all the way from Japan  gave me wood!!!!

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talked to Amac Engineering of Northallerton ( recommended by Stu at the Dyno Centre Northallerton) about getting my block bored,
going to take block and pistons in to them as soon as i have engine apart :)

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This project just gets more and more interesting - can't wait to see/hear about the engine work/mods. :D


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Bloody*Internet makes it just toooo bloody easy to have nice things at a nice price!!!!*

having seen this on this site I just had to get one in black for the 1157 :)*i blame the Chinese[/QUOTE]

came in today, really really impressed for the quality of machining and material for the money!! makes you wonder how they can make something like this for almost give away cost :confused:

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Been a fan of cheap chinese CNC'ed goodies for a while now. Quality can be a hit and miss though.

Got a set of bar end mirrors this past weekend. One side went on fine. The hinge of the bar clamp broke off and crumbled even more while I was moving it around in my hand.

Most other stuff I've got have been ok so far though!


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The hinge of the bar clamp broke off and crumbled


Hopefully this isn't going to happen to my Chinese clip-ons :help :angel


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The hinge of the bar clamp broke off and crumbled


Hopefully this isn't going to happen to my Chinese clip-ons :help :angel


:lol :lol :Pray

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I have not been doing anything to either of my builds for a few weeks now!! one thing and another, plus cold weather
just seem to have drained me of any "shed time" motivation.
so i have booked a week off from work, with the intent of getting some work done on both bikes.
have a long list of things to do and parts to sort,
actually looking forward to doing some work :)

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I have not been doing anything to either of my builds for a few weeks now!! one thing and another, plus cold weather
just seem to have drained me of any "shed time" motivation.
so i have booked a week off from work, with the intent of getting some work done on both bikes.
have a long list of things to do and parts to sort,
actually looking forward to doing some work :)


I know exactly what you mean... roll on summer!

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Ditto.

I took the CL175K7 for its MOT the other week, waited for a dry(ish) day, passed as expected without advisories. I fancy sending the CL ( scrambler style ) pipes away to get them ceramic coated, but until I get other bike back on the road this will have to wait.

My CB174K4 is ready for its first MOT inspection, on frame number pending UK registration, but I just haven't felt motivated to get around to this. I have treated it to a new Motobatt, and this is in the shed on the Ctek maintenance charger at the moment. Fitted with a spare fuel tank, orginal tank needs the POR15 treatment, but again weather has just been too crap to get on with this.

Poor old Hornet is sat in the corner. Carbs drained, battery off, fuel tank brimmed and stabilised.

I've been amusing myself building model kits, CB750 as in other post, just finished a 1/6 scale Honda Monkey,

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Yeah - same here - the dark afternoons and cold weather sap motivation somewhat.

Excellent scale model Richard

Good job you pointed out that it was a scale model this time :angel


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today was a good start to the "Get on with it" week.

took the bike apart slowly, its a long long time since i worked on an oil burner (had a slabby 750 back in the day  )

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once i had the head off it was blatantly obvious why she had been burning oil,  wasnt the rings as i had first though, but the valve stem oil seals, but the rest of the head looks great, no wear on the cam parts and valve bits.

youi can see which cylinders were worst by the piston crowns and combustion chambers

will get straight on to the web and order some Viton seals and gaskets i require to get it back together .

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Must make life much easier / quicker being able to strip the top end with the bottom end still in the frame.

Are you going for the big bore whilst its apart this time ?

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Must make life much easier / quicker being able to strip the top end with the bottom end still in the frame.

Are you going for the big bore whilst its apart this time ?


Yes Richard, i am taking the barrels & Wiseco pistons to the machine shop first thing tomorrow :)

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Todays good news was getting an E-mail from Webike saying my TMR-MJN's have been dispatched from Japan :)

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got my Viton valve stem oil seals all the way from the US, and got a phone call saying my barrels were ready for collection, so i shot round and got them.

looks like i have some work to do this weekend  :Lick

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