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About BCMods

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  • Birthday 1997-03-01

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  • CPU
    AMD FX8350
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 (Rev 3.0)
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz LP (Black)
  • GPU
    2x 3GB MSI Radeon HD 7950
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Air 540
  • Storage
    120GB Intel 520 + 2TB WD Red
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1050w
  • Display(s)
    3x LG IPS237L-BN
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine II TKL (MX Blues + Green LEDs)
  • Mouse
    Cyborg R.A.T. 5

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    This. You only go as fast as you twist the throttle. ~200BHP is more than enough to get your rear to slip out on a corner if you make a noob move. Saying that, I could easily stack my DRZ400 in a corner if I didn't know what I was doing. That thing only makes 40ish BHP...
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    Question: Are DRZ400's reliable? Answer: Yes
  3. Yeah, I'm currently using some crappy Skullcandy earbuds and they seem fine, although they're not very good to begin with... I'll see how I get on. Ordered the Philips for delivery tomorrow
  4. It is a jack extension rather than an add-on to a USB hub. A 3.5mm goes into the back of the PC, along with a mic jack and they bth come out at the top of the board too. I wouldn't bother if it was one of the USB to 3.5mm adapters .
  5. Really like the look of the Philips. Short cables aren't an issue as I'll be plugging them into my keyboard (QPAD MK-85). In terms of importance, comfort is probably on par with sound quality so the Philips seem to meet my needs well.
  6. Hi all, I'm looking for a decent pair of closed back cans to use at work. I'm in an office with people sat either side of me so minimal sound leakage is a requirement. I run Pioneer SE-A1000's at home with a FiiO E10 DAC and love them. I'd buy another set for work, however as they're open back they leak really badly. These will be used for music only. I listen to a bit of everything, from rap to DnB and Indie I don't really want to spend more than £50. Comfort (over ear, as opposed to on) is one of the top priorities. List so far: Audio-Technica ATH-M30X - £53.90 (OVER BUDGET) Sennheiser HD419 - £39.95 AKG K512 MKII - £49.95 Any other suggestions? Cheers! EDIT: I'll be using onboard sound without an amp or DAC.
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    80 mpg, parallel twin torque, scooter-like storage space, great looks and it can cruise alone the motorway with an issue. What's not to like? Oh yeah... and it's only £6299 OTR! EDIT: Feel like I should work for Honda...
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    Link's dead :c
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    What's people's views on the Honda NC750X? I'm seriously considering getting one (brand new) later on next year as a commuter (I do 30+ miles a day) and long distance bike. I've got my DRZ400S for heavy offroading.
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    How's the wind noise?
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    Does anyone have any tips for pillions/a rider taking a pillion? I had a girl on the back of my R125 a few days ago and she honestly loved it, however she isn't confident at cornering. Right at the start, it almost felt like she was leaning the complete opposite way to me. I talked to her about this and she slowly got better as the night went on. About half way through, while in a corner she shifted herself to lean with me, however this leaned the bike over even more, resulting in steel toe cap on the outside of my boot scraping on the floor... Nothing big as I'm used to it having size 11 feet, however I think the sound of the scrape scared the shit out of her Would it be bad advise to tell her to not try and look where we're going when cornering? I think part of the issue is that she's trying to see in front of me, however because I'm leaning, she can only really look over the outside shoulder.
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    Nice. Am I right in thinking that the Ninja 650 is the same bike as the ER-6N/F?