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Question of a German dealer

#1 Beitrag von aphex » 25. Jun 2006 23:13

Hi to you all!
Fun to see more xt660 forums :gut: Where searching German Ebay for a new exhaust to my Yamaha and found this dealer http://www.zimo-motorrad.de who had very good price on LeoVince X3 slip-on :shock: If you compare to swedish prices.
My german is not to good so I just wondered if it is a polite dealer to shop from. I also wonder if it tells you something about shipping prices outside Germany? Or if You know a better dealer to shop from of course :lol:

Cheers!!

Mattias from Sweden


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#2 Beitrag von Lobo » 26. Jun 2006 11:18

Hi !

Please contakt the Guys of http://www.bikeandcarparts.de/ .. and you will get a fine price for the Leovince X3 - tell them that you are Member of this Community.

If there are language-problems we will help you to get an exhaust :)

Regards, Jörg

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#3 Beitrag von aphex » 26. Jun 2006 12:44

Thanks for quick answer!

Hmm, I got a mail from Zimo and it would cost me 445:- euro including shipping. Around 200:- euro cheaper than in expensive Sweden :roll:
I´ve sent a mail also to bikes and carparts to see if they could match this price. Hopefully they can :lol:
Thanks for helping me sorting it out. I get in touch again if I need language support from you!

//Mattias

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#4 Beitrag von aphex » 26. Jun 2006 14:26

The dealers are very fast to answer questions in Germany :zustimm:
I´ll think I will move to Germany soon :lol:
Anyway I got a better price from bike & parts, thanks Jörg!
Total amount of 430 Euro. That is very good deal I think.
Is this a polite dealer you can trust? Don´t really like prepaying money and get bluffed of course.

/Mattias

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#5 Beitrag von Lobo » 26. Jun 2006 14:38

Hi !

Yes, you can trust the dealer ! Many Users from here bought their exhaust at carandbikeparts.de. The deal is fair because the shipping costs are expensive, i think.

Our Community gets special prices at this dealer and there are no problems at all.

Not only the dealers but also the soccer players are fast in Germany :freude:

Regards, Jörg

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#6 Beitrag von aphex » 26. Jun 2006 14:57

Lobo hat geschrieben:Hi !

Yes, you can trust the dealer ! Many Users from here bought their exhaust at carandbikeparts.de. The deal is fair because the shipping costs are expensive, i think.

Our Community gets special prices at this dealer and there are no problems at all.

Not only the dealers but also the soccer players are fast in Germany :freude:

Regards, Jörg
Ok, sounds good about the dealer!
And hrmm, never mind the football :evil: :lol:
Congrats to a easy win over those lousy swedes :D

Best regards, Mattias

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#7 Beitrag von bikeman » 26. Jun 2006 15:18

I bought the same exhaust for 2 weeks it is a very very friendly dealer and you can trust him absolutely. By the way the sound and the quality of the Leo is perfect. Greetings to Sweden. :D
Live and let die.

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#8 Beitrag von aphex » 26. Jun 2006 17:57

bikeman hat geschrieben:I bought the same exhaust for 2 weeks it is a very very friendly dealer and you can trust him absolutely. By the way the sound and the quality of the Leo is perfect. Greetings to Sweden. :D
Sounds great to me because now I have payed them 430€ :wink:
Do you have or someone else a soundclip with the Leos:s :musik:

My blue girl:

http://www.badongo.com/pic/224000

http://www.badongo.com/pic/224002

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#9 Beitrag von bikeman » 27. Jun 2006 11:33

Go to the Downloads&Links and you can hear the Sound of the Leos, but in my mind the live Sound is very much better, i like the shooting of the Leo.
Live and let die.

aphex

#10 Beitrag von aphex » 27. Jun 2006 17:49

bikeman hat geschrieben:Go to the Downloads&Links and you can hear the Sound of the Leos, but in my mind the live Sound is very much better, i like the shooting of the Leo.
Yeaay! Visited their homepage yesterday and heard the soundclip!
A litte bit echo in the clip. Probably because they recorded it in the tuning bench :wink:
Today I was out riding some dirty roads, wich I think is very fun. Have riding 2 stroke dirtbikes for a while and I´m quit impressed of the Yamaha. No probs at all to ride pretty fast and safe with the front Pirelli and rear Michelin pilot road :P A fine allroad bike.
Also did a pleasant trip to my parents that lives about 400 kilometers from me last month.

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#11 Beitrag von aphex » 27. Jun 2006 20:51

What CO value have you increased to with the leo:s?
Would be nice to know so I at least have somthing to start from.
Have you made any other adjustments trough the display?
My bike is original besides increased CO and no airbox "snorkel"

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#12 Beitrag von Schrödi » 28. Jun 2006 10:52

If you like to ride "Dirttracks" you have to try the Maxxis or Pirelli MT60 Tires!!! These Tires gives you grip on dirty or wet roads it´s unbelievebal!
I increased my CO 13 points but with original Mufflers!!

You have to try it with the CO!!


Good luck.... :wink:
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#13 Beitrag von theGreek » 28. Jun 2006 12:34

hi guys,

like schroedi said, for dirttracks and "light" off-road rides, i recommend
the pirelli MT60. it's unbelievable how good and easy these tires can do a perfekt job on tarmac AND on loose underground. :shock:

they're on wet roads the best i've ever ridden. if you don't have any specifications in your bike's license about the tires, put 'em on - you'll
be not disapointed.

the only worst thing is - the don't last over 3500km. but it's worth it - the xt is a complete different bike with this ones... :gut:

greetings from greece, christos
Das einzige was wichtiger ist als Hubraum, ist noch mehr Hubraum.

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#14 Beitrag von aphex » 28. Jun 2006 14:51

Schrödi hat geschrieben:If you like to ride "Dirttracks" you have to try the Maxxis or Pirelli MT60 Tires!!! These Tires gives you grip on dirty or wet roads it´s unbelievebal!
I increased my CO 13 points but with original Mufflers!!

You have to try it with the CO!!


Good luck.... :wink:
Ok thanks!
I will try the "trial and error" method with the CO :wink:
Is it Maxxis goldspeed intermediates the tires you are talking about?
Was about to try them before I decided to buy the Michelin pilot road.
I´ll think I will try one of them when I switch next time.
Have heard here in Sweden that many people that rides KTM don´t like the original MT60 so much. But they probably rides and "pose" on tarmac most of the time :lol:
Dirt is the shit! :twisted:

aphex

#15 Beitrag von aphex » 29. Jun 2006 14:47

I have now got a mail from bike & carparts that the money is in their hands. They are sending the exhaust away today!
I´ll be waiting like a child waits for christmas :D

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