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  1. #1 Pulse Adrenaline 
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    Hi all,

    Just picked up my pulse adrenaline and only thing I cannot work out or find out, so assuming there isnt, is space under the seat for storage.

    If there is, how do you get into it? lol
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  2. #2 Re: Pulse Adrenaline 
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    Mirrors are no good either, just been out and all I can see is arms, lol.

    Gonna need to get some on longer stems!
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    Welcome. We like pics!
    Those things seem popular in UK.
    Some threads here on that machine, feel free to search and join in.
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    Probably no space under there mate. If you need to remove some bolts to take your seat off they probably didn't plan for the space under it to be used as storage.

    I've yet to ride a bike where 90% of the view wasn't my shoulders...
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    Quote Originally Posted by felix View Post
    Probably no space under there mate. If you need to remove some bolts to take your seat off they probably didn't plan for the space under it to be used as storage.

    I've yet to ride a bike where 90% of the view wasn't my shoulders...
    Bar end mirrors solved my shoulder view.
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  6. #6 Re: Pulse Adrenaline 
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    Bar end mirrors, good idea, never thought of that!

    Im sure some of the sports bike I used to ride were better than this, but that was a few years ago now!

    Will get some pics for you all :)
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    Bar end mirrors are very good, got them on my bike - but I also ride bush a lot and currently debating the worth of the bar end mirrors against bark-busters which use the same mount point. I think it depends on where you ride most, in traffic at all, you need the mirrors, off road mainly, you need the finger savers!

    The only people happy with cheap little 125cc bikes or indeed any under 200cc are those who never had a bike before/had a vespa or moped before and want to go bush/in-town commuters and so on. Once you hit the road, you want, even need more for safety and comfort, 250cc plus, but if you are just buzzing around the estate with your mates, they are cheap and cheerful, and can be worked and modded. It doesn't change, dunno about sports bikes but my generation had Bantams or god forbid, the ex-police Velocette! We stripped 'em, ripped 'em and abused them and some got 90 to 100 mph - but then they blew up.

    Did you find the threads on that 'bike, here and elsewhere?
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  8. #8 Re: Pulse Adrenaline 
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    I ridden zxr400's, 600cc supermotos, gsxr 600's and the crazy busa and now on a 125, lol.
    Only riding in 30/40's, 6 miles to work. Dont really need anything faster, especially with fuel prices as they are.
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    That is one reason I forgot, fuel economy!
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    lol, yea. Instead of 60 a month in the car its about 15 on the bike :D big saving.
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