Would you get pulled over....

On 31/07/2016 at 11:57

So I am going to apply a graphic set to my bike but it was actually for the CBR150R although fits on the 125r. Do you think the odd officer would make a big deal out of it on L plates? I can try re applying another 125r separate sticker but don't think it is worth the hassle

(It says 150R on the fairing panel and the tail fairings, I am not too fussed because I really want the red/black accent)
TheNotSoBigCheese
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On 31/07/2016 at 19:17

Nah I doubt they would care about that really. It is still a 125 so shouldn't matter what stickers it has on it. I guess a very keen officer might realise that it says 150 instead of 125 and stop you to ask you about it but I doubt that will happen haha
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On 02/08/2016 at 20:03

If they get awkward about it, just point out the raised '124 cc' that's positioned at the bottom of the cylinder head.

On 03/08/2016 at 07:24

I was thinking it would not be too much of a problem. I finally got a different camera (Drift 2) although I am looking to buy a zoom h2n to carry with me to record external audio and other things like piano
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On 03/08/2016 at 18:31

I like Drift cameras, I use one myself albeit quite an old one! What is a h2n?
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On 04/08/2016 at 09:31

It is an audio recorder, I wanted to get one to record sounds out and about for music purposes but it is quite nice quality if you chuck it in your jacket pocket or even wrap a soft cloth and put it in the motorcycle tail trunk

I think RJ uses an external recorder to get that top quality sound, this might not be the best example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EMPQ-POU3U but if done right you can literally almost avoid wind noise and it does allow external mic's to be plugged in (so if you do have it in your jacket, you can plug a mic to route into your helmet)... The only pain I guess is syncing the audio
TheNotSoBigCheese
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On 04/08/2016 at 14:42

Ah sounds like a good option that I might look into. When I go over say 40mph there isn't really much wind noise but when I speak there is interference, bit bizzare as its only when I talk so maybe that will improve things
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