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    Yeah, I think yellow calipers would be a cool move, Gaz!

    You need to take some up to date pics of the Brera, and post them, dude....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Thanks guys, I've messaged my "local operator" to ask the question. There are some sports bikes in their gallery, so it seems likely.
    No worries, the process certainly 'does what it says on the tin', so keep us posted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Yeah, I think yellow calipers would be a cool move, Gaz!

    You need to take some up to date pics of the Brera, and post them, dude....

    Marco.
    Will post some when the calipers are done.
    Might get her machine polished and properly detailed at the same time.
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    Sounds like a plan

    Btw, the other small thing you should get done is this: https://www.atseuromaster.co.uk/cons...ogen-inflation

    I've found it maintains the correct pressures for longer, and maintaining correct tyre pressures at all times is important. Oh look, there's an ATS in Bellshill:
    https://centre.atseuromaster.co.uk/811396-bellshill

    Get ye along there...

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    Nitrogen filled tyres in my future...
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    Nice one, mate. Just keeps the tyre pressures correct for longer, and if the pressures are right, your tyres will wear less, the car will handle better and also use less fuel. Not bad for an outlay of just over a fiver!

    There's also an ATS in Wishaw, but I thought that the one in Bellshill might be nearer for you.

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