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About karlie

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  1. Hi, I intend to scrap my bike earlier than the COE due date because of increasing repair costs (non-renewable TA200). However, I wish to retain my IU unit (I just replaced it, so there is the 5-year warranty still). 1. Can I remove the IU unit myself and then ride to the scrapyard? 2. Should I de-register at the yard first then remove the IU unit? Thereafter, I think I can just bring the IU Unit to any VICOM to replace the IU right? Thanks in advance for the advice!
  2. Thanks for the advice guys! sounds like i should stick with my bike till september, and scrap for parts. Think not worth scrapping now.
  3. Hi, I have been searching online for what to do with my TA200 since its COE will be up in October 2018 (FX-plate), and it cannot be renewed any further. I have had the bike for about 6-7 years, and have overhauled the engine twice in 2014 and 2015. I hope to buy another bike, but I do not wish to have 2 bikes at one time. From what I see online, there are a few options: 1. Scrape and deregister the bike at the LTA approved scrapyard or through a workshop for $0; 2. Sell the bike to whomever might want it for the remaining 5-6months; 3. Sell the parts and only scrape the chasis/motor.
  4. im surprised at how fast you managed to find me here XD

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