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Cool where is the cheapest place I can get Muzzy fans in the UK

Hi Guys

Has anyone done the research on who is selling the Muzzy fans for the F4ís at the cheapest price ??



Iíve seen them on UK Ebay for £69 and direct from Muzzy for $79.95.. but has anyone come up with a cheaper supplier



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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-08-2007, 01:58 PM
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John,

With the exchange rate as good as it is at the moment I think you will be hard pushed to beat $80:00.

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John,

With the exchange rate as good as it is at the moment I think you will be hard pushed to beat $80:00.

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Cheers Tony..

The only problem of buying stuff from the US, is the import duty charges that our friends at HM Customs place on top of the overall goods+ shipping costs..

I was hoping that someone had managed to source a cheap supplier for these fans in either the UK or in Europe .. If anyone has any information or contact details of such a supplier, I would be most gratefulÖ

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Personally I agree with Tony 80 bucks dosent seem bad value to me but why dont they ship overseas???
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Where can i find some Muzzy fans in Europe??
Preferably to pay in Euros.

I think the will be the perfect match for the impeller mod
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BUMP!!

Where can i find some Muzzy fans in Europe??
Preferably to pay in Euros.

I think the will be the perfect match for the impeller mod
Yer... and don't forget the silicon race type hoses, the modified thermostat with reduced opening temperature, lower the cooling fan thermo time switch actuation, improve the fairing vent design to allow more air through movement... What the hell, why don't you just cut to the chase and buy a GSX 1000R and be done with all this S**T... HA ha

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Yer... and don't forget the silicon race type hoses, the modified thermostat with reduced opening temperature, lower the cooling fan thermo time switch actuation, improve the fairing vent design to allow more air through movement... What the hell, why don't you just cut to the chase and buy a GSX 1000R and be done with all this S**T... HA ha
No gixxer for me

To tell you the truth i'm not only very pleased with the impeller mod but even before that i didn't really considered my MV had an overheating problem. They just tend to run a little hot that's all.

I think it's this forum that makes us want to buy this improvments
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No gixxer for me

To tell you the truth i'm not only very pleased with the impeller mod but even before that i didn't really considered my MV had an overheating problem. They just tend to run a little hot that's all.

I think it's this forum that makes us want to buy this improvments
I wouldn't have a Gixxer either, but I'll let you into a secret... I've just purchased a KTM 950R Supermoto, and getting it delivered next week.... It was a close call between the 950R and the Ducati Hypermotard, but after riding both bikes... IT WAS A NO BRAINER !!!

Tend to agree with your improvements comment.. It all depends on were abouts you live in the World, and what traffic conditions you find yourself in.. Some of the improvements will have an effect, but they are not a cure for the underlining heating issue..

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... well the other day on my ride out (2 degs C still air) I did a 50 mile ride. It was nice for the bike to pump out heat!!
Mind you, it did cook my plums in the traffic when it was warmer, 100C showing on the clock (and it was a monsoon around Brecon area). But then it had been hammered all the way from Merthyr Tydfil, via Brecon Beacons and into Hereford Friday afternoon standing traffic.

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... well the other day on my ride out (2 degs C still air) I did a 50 mile ride. It was nice for the bike to pump out heat!!
Mind you, it did cook my plums in the traffic when it was warmer, 100C showing on the clock (and it was a monsoon around Brecon area). But then it had been hammered all the way from Merthyr Tydfil, via Brecon Beacons and into Hereford Friday afternoon standing traffic.
Your my new hero.. 50 miles on an MV without needing any hospital treatment, and it was also P***ing down... I wouldn't take my MV out unless the BBC weather team 100% garanteed me perfect sunshine weather either side of the day I intended on going out for a spin...

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