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Brutale 12k service + no low beam

I'm rapidly approaching my 12k service, and I've had a quick look on here with the limited time I have had today at work by cant seem to find what would need to be done for it.
So any recommendations on what would be required for a service please, so I can work out rough prices for it..

Also, today my low beam no loner works.
Just Parker light and high beam. Made riding to work at 5:30am today pretty exciting haha.
So any ideas on what this would be?? Fuse?? Or the globe??

(I didn't get to finish of my post which shows how busy I am right now)

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coming up on 19,000mi.....

ONLY, thing wrong, low beam burned out

thats it, nothing else

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You've blow the bulb would be my bet.

12K service is at least the following:

oil + filter
air filter
fuel filter
spark plugs
hub service ( lubricate roller bearings and guides)
throttle body balance, set idle etc.
valve clearances on early bike, but don't bother if you've had them done before in my opinion until 24000.
check/lube everything else
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Ok cheers guys. Now I can get some rough prices from various places (I should really learn how to do the fluids my self to save some coin and learn about this wonderful bike).
Thanks.

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Where abouts in Sydney are you ?
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My low beam also went out.....my only failure as well. Get one at an auto parts store and swap it yourself. Relatively cheap. H7 bulb as I recall. Pull the plug adapter off the old bulb and reinstall on the new one....

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Where abouts in Sydney are you ?
Parramatta normally.
But doing sunrise to sunsets at Riverstone this week and Helensburgh next week....
Spare time = none.

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Bikebiz at Granville used to service my Brutale, but not sure if they will as my mechanic left there a while ago. I'll also pm you a phone number for a guy I know who does servicing for MVs.
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Got your pm Rsa. Will defiently look into that over next few weeks and consider what u wrote.

I bought a bike from Bikebiz (parramatta) a few years ago, and wasn't Particually happy with the cost of a first service.. I then returned to my normal mechanic (Craig @ MMT) and prices returned to normal.

MMT is Unfortuantly gone now, so I'm unsure where to go next.

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