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This is actually an MC14 not a 17 as listed.
It's also nice to have a reserve amount of fuel when you have no fuel gauge.
It's a belts and braces thing.
Turning the tap off will stop the fuel flow.
A correct working vacuum valve will stop the fuel when the bike is...
If it has not been registered in the country before you will need the import papers.
To find out if it has been registered you can hit the free...
I let mine idle while I put my gloves, jacket and helmet on.
It is still cold when I get on the bike (talking first ride of the day here)
Today I finally fitted the missing fairings to my Honda CBR250rh (MC17)
the front lowers are Chinese, the rest are original.
I think an interesting point is
"Riders were typically aged between 45 and 55, all were male and nearly half were riding with either a suspended...
I'm usually there
that is a great little trailer!
I assume you built it yourself, did you get the plans from somewhere or just make it up?
Take it to a professional radiator place and get them to flush it.
They have equipment that the good ole garden hose cannot compete with.
This looks pretty good for the money.
Mine doesn't seem to get too hot, but I ride like an old lady.
I'd start by making sure the thermo fan is kicking in. (if not check the fuse)
That's a very good question. :idk:
that looks to be a great bike!
What excuse can I use for trolling gumtree now?
Dont forget that if the bike is 25 years old you can...
How's about this one?...
I collect all sorts of old crap.
I have an old skateboard, a Midget Farrelly I think it is called.
It's got red clay wheels and two truck...
you're probably right CDaly, it depends what you're into.
I like fixing things, so prefer to buy something broken and then spend money on fixing...
there is this one just listed in Bunbury...
I just bought my first 250, I was looking for a MC19, ended up with an MC17 for $1,500.
not very tidy though.
I have just ordered a new...
that's almost another bike!