My tourer will be 7 years old at the end of March and I`ve decided to do some jobs I`ve been putting off for a while and maybe a year too late.... but in my defence I`m a busy bee. So I`ve ordered all the bits from Holdcroft apart from the oil, of which I have my 25 litres of 0w-30 from Exol. The gearbox will be getting a fresh dose of Honda MPF along with some new clutch fluid run through the pipes. I was going to have a go myself but looking at the DIY here it looks a bit complicated. A new Honda fuel filter is going in (its been about 12 months since the last one). Again, looks too complicated for me so I`ll leave that to my trusty mechanic. I think I could get it out and the new one back in but I`m worried that if something goes wrong I can`t drive it anywhere so I`d be having to get someone in to fix it. The oil change I can do so no problem there, it was last done about 6000 miles ago. After seeing the thread this week about the auxiliary belt I had a look and I still have the longer one fitted, so thats getting done (by my friendly mechanic). That looks a bit of a pain to do especially as I don`t have the adjuster tension release thingy. The air filter and pollen filter were done a couple of months ago so no worries there and there was fresh brake fluid put in about 2 years ago so I`m hoping that should be ok. Finally some time later on I`ll be off to my local Hunter alignment place to get that done, what with the amount of potholes around here. Then hopefully it will fly through the MOT without any problems just like it has done for the past 4 years.