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    Default COR for second hand bike

    Hi
    What do they look for when doing a COR?
    My bike is standard and is relatively clean, new tyres etc. It's 10 years old, so there is a bit of wear and tear.
    What do I need to make sure is 100s?
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    Check that shocks are okay, that indicators work as well as headlights, brights and brake lights.
    Brakes too.

    Then you should be 100s.

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    Hi

    i did a COR two months ago, this is what they checked.

    Hope it helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by DewaldB View Post
    Hi

    i did a COR two months ago, this is what they checked.

    Hope it helps
    That's great! Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingMikel View Post
    Check that shocks are okay, that indicators work as well as headlights, brights and brake lights.
    Brakes too.

    Then you should be 100s.
    Making sure of my brakes tomorrow.
    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveO View Post
    Hi
    What do they look for when doing a COR?
    My bike is standard and is relatively clean, new tyres etc. It's 10 years old, so there is a bit of wear and tear.
    What do I need to make sure is 100s?
    Steve


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    1. nothing illegal on the bike (lights ,number plate etc)
    2. all electrics work properly (lights, indicators, dash, hooter etc)
    3. nothing leaking (oil, coolant, forks etc)
    4. vin # matches records and is not tampered with
    5. all controls work properly (throttle, brakes, clutch etc)

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    All they did when I took my last bike was check chassis number, engine number, hooter and make and type of tyres. The bike was very clean when I took it for COR.

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    Can somebody tell me where to go in Centurion and whether they are open on Saturdays? Have to put Vonski's Twister through roadworthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colyvon View Post
    Can somebody tell me where to go in Centurion and whether they are open on Saturdays? Have to put Vonski's Twister through roadworthy.
    I did all my bikes at the Dekra in Midrand. Get there before 8 on a Saturday morning and out before 9. Go across the road to the Total garage and drop off the paperwork - theres a 'Queue for you' service

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