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    TomskiY
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    RSV servicing.

    Hi everyone,
    I'm new to site and would greatly appreciate any help.
    I'm in the process of acquiring an Aprilia RSV 1000 R, probably an '05 or '06.
    I live near Durham in the North East, can anyone tell me where the nearest dealer is that would service and or repair an RSV?
    I believe that the nearest franchised Aprilia dealer is at Askern, Yorkshire, about 95 miles from me, so anything nearer would always be a benefit.
    Thanks again.

    Tom.

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    One Liter Duc Eater pompey-pimp's Avatar
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    Give forum member Fusebox a shout. Real name Griff, he'll come to you and he is the only person a lot of us will let touch our bikes

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    http://www.apriliaperformance.co.uk/

    His website

    Top bloke and all round Aprilia genius

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    Quote Originally Posted by pompey-pimp View Post
    Give forum member Fusebox a shout. Real name Griff, he'll come to you and he is the only person a lot of us will let touch our bikes


    I second that !



    Welcome

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    GRIFF ,regardless of where you live get him to do it !!! i wont let any other chimp touch my baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by butch1276 View Post
    GRIFF ,regardless of where you live get him to do it !!! i wont let any other chimp touch my baby
    Does that include yourself Butchos

    Won an MPL clutch slave cylinder today

    How was George Whites?

    Tomskiy, welcome to the site dude. One happy family here as long as you give abuse as well as take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by pompey-pimp View Post
    Does that include yourself Butchos

    Won an MPL clutch slave cylinder today

    How was George Whites?

    Tomskiy, welcome to the site dude. One happy family here as long as you give abuse as well as take it
    yep and pomp takes it all right hehehehe ,welcome mate ....i didnt go keith i had to wash the dog lol ...no really lol ,you love the mpl it'll be easier on your weak office job hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by butch1276 View Post
    yep and pomp takes it all right hehehehe ,welcome mate ....i didnt go keith i had to wash the dog lol ...no really lol ,you love the mpl it'll be easier on your weak office job hands
    By saying my weak office job hands you emply that I work. we both know that doesn't happen

    are you turning into the new Domestic Dave

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    lmfao ,nah mate really, we took ben to the groomers because ,,,my f*{kin god he stinks like a submariner hehehehe ...gutted really look how shit the weather is today ...fitted the pc3 this morning tho awesome !!! hows the mpl

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    Domestic Dave someone calling me !!! ( love u guys) NOT,,,,,,,

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    AMR Racing in Leyburn are excellent and nearer to you mate if you dont want to travel down to Fuseboxes place

    http://www.automoto-racing.co.uk/index.htm

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    Welcome to the forum mate.

    Basic oil and filter changes are easy enough to do for the average home mechanic, however if your a technical feck witt then give Griff a call and ask him over for a visit....

    PS. Stock up on Jaffa cakes prior to Griff descending on your gaff.

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