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Discussion Addicted to 250's

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Arch_Althalus, Feb 25, 2019.

  1. mboddy

    mboddy Well-Known Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    A V twin Yamaha TZ250 or Honda RS250 is available now and has more power and much less weight than an RGV and is a real race bike.
    If you can ride something a bit nastier then a reverse cylinder TZ250 or a TZ350 are popular.
    Most TZ350 parts being made again new. Mine weighs under 100kg and has 80hp.
     
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    Frankster See the World before you leave it Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew

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    Following on from my previous post about Janus Motorcycles...

    I found another 2fiftycc vehicle named Janus. Which, might be what the above is named after. This one is a little older and has 2 more wheels than we're used to on this website/forum, but it has a motorcycle engine, so kinda fits. Enjoy.

    https://www.lanemotormuseum.org/collection/cars/item/zuendapp-janus-250-1956
     
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    seen these fairing in aliexspress fairly often , always wondered what the quality of both the material and also the paint , your the first person I know of to buy a set , so what do you think
     
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    @flea who was this question meant for?
     
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    opps.. misread my67 post , thought he had bought a fairing set but he hasn't from the look at it , but still intrested in anyone opinion who has bought a set and used them ,got a zzr1100 who needs a complete set but never been sure if worth the money.. ie if crap
     
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    From what i've seen and heard they fit and work ok on the FZR's, they may need some tweaking of the hole's, but apparently the paint quality is pretty good too
    I have heard of a couple of sticker's not being lined up and someone had one upside down

    Then i have seen a video like this too for other bike's

     
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