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    Can anybody in the UK do cheap HPI's ?

    Looking for a HPI on my GSXR that I'm selling to confirm Cat etc

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    RAC - fiver!

    edit - unlucky, up to a tenner now. Did my gixerer month or so and it was £5, as it been for ages.

    http://www.rac.co.uk/web/vehicle-checks/car-data-check/
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    There was one advertised on TV a day or two ago where you texted the reg no. and it cost summat like £3, but I cant remember the name ......




    Edit: Found it .... http://www.cartextcheck.co.uk/
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    Thanks Moose, I looked at that link but wanted something printable and Tony's RAC suggestion was more detailed so went with that

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    I used the RAC one myself when we replaced the family recently. Very good value for money
    Done: Fat-bar conversion; DNA Handlebar fairing; TLR Clock conversion; Yosh TLR Headers, one-off link pipes & Carbon cans; Relocated oil cooler; Relocated Coolant bottle; Transistor TRE; PCII; +1/-1 sprockets; Hyperpro steering damper & 916 style mount; Maxton Re-Valved forks; Tokico 6 pot callipers; HEL braided hoses; TLR Swing-arm; Bitubo shock; Yellow Box; 98+ Thermo-mod; JarkkoT +/- mod; Airbox mod; K&N air filter; Riflemans 1/5th; Harris carbon mudguard; Carbon Solo Seat Unit; Pyramid undertray; Powder coated wheels; Mini indicators; LSL rearsets; Scotoiler

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    Quote Originally Posted by tls-moose View Post
    I used the RAC one myself when we replaced the family recently. Very good value for money
    I'm sure there's a joke there somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    I'm sure there's a joke there somewhere



    I meant Family Car ........ though
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    Replacing the family would be good sometimes, new model without the extra's, just firm airbags and nice curves

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    That;ll be the "Bigamy" option you need - £100 quid and 2 family changes within a year, and a discoiunt on match.com and mothercare !
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiden View Post
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