Chance of being defected and how to avoid

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Chance of being defected and how to avoid

Postby tim » Thu Dec 31, 2020 6:22 pm

Hey all,

Going to get back into road riding.

What's the chance of getting defected with a full exhaust? Never considered it back in the day, are things stricter now?

Places or times to avoid around sydney?

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Re: Chance of being defected and how to avoid

Postby MadKaw » Sat Jan 02, 2021 12:54 pm

Keep off the thottle around police... :-)
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Re: Chance of being defected and how to avoid

Postby tim » Mon Jan 04, 2021 12:24 pm

MadKaw wrote:Keep off the thottle around police... :-)


:lol: Thanks boss.

Are there defect stations? Heard mention of them but maybe covid stopped all of that.
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Re: Chance of being defected and how to avoid

Postby Glen » Thu Jan 14, 2021 7:52 pm

Think your safe mate. All of my bikes have been able to be defected but never had an issue. If worse comes to worse we can get a blueslip :D

Chris is driving an 800hp turboed 403 LQ9 running on Ethanol with a locked diff Manualised TH400 with a trans brake and no cats on twin 3” exhausts. I think your the least of their worries :D
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Re: Chance of being defected and how to avoid

Postby tim » Tue Mar 09, 2021 4:52 pm

Glen wrote:Think your safe mate. All of my bikes have been able to be defected but never had an issue. If worse comes to worse we can get a blueslip :D

Chris is driving an 800hp turboed 403 LQ9 running on Ethanol with a locked diff Manualised TH400 with a trans brake and no cats on twin 3” exhausts. I think your the least of their worries :D


:lol: :lol: Point taken
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