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Project My Fizzer

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by GreyImport, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. my67xr

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    Pretty good service from IMPEX @GreyImport, I ordered my parts on the 8th and they have all arrived in their store and should ship in the next few days....
     
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    What would be good is if these other fukkers ran a business correctly ... it must still be 'holiday mode' in their premises


    Whats the shipping cost like?
     
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    Cheaper than Megazip. None of them are particularly cheap on freight but I think that is more about EMS than anything and you also take into account the packing and looking after the GST etc.
    Last 2 times they have been super fast as well.
    We will see this time.


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    I just checked my IMPEX account and it is saying the parcel has been shipped..so all things being equal I should get it sometime this week based on Previous experience.
     
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    Talk about 'holiday mode' :commando:

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    Service from IMPEX is pretty darned good.. my parts arrived today :)
     
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    Well figured out why it was leaving a pool of fuel on the ground and the pump wouldnt prime ... these clamps were not tight enough .... still wont start though but battery has bummed out from all the attempts so its on the charger

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    Now here's a thread i haven't seen in a while, good to see you back at it mr grey. :thumb_ups:
     
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    Thought u might post something like that :lolsign:

    decisions, decisions
     
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    I bought my SSB Drycell battery off the seller with the Lithium battery when i first bought my bike, haven't had a problem with it, my FZR has sat for almost 3 month's before without being started and it fired up easily first go.
    The Drycell's are $83 inc post compared to the Lithium's $199 inc post, pretty sure when i got mine it was $60 inc post,
    they are 2.9kg's heavier than the Lithium battery's though
     
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    Yea the SSBs are great .... mine have sat for ages and still been 100% .... Ive had 2 in 7yrs (approx) and the first one was put into another FZR we built many moons ago , so Im not surprised its time to replace it

    The lithiums weigh nothing as I found out with the one @Frankster had for the drags
     
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    Just be aware that most "normal" battery chargers don't work with Lithium. I bought the cheapest lithium charger I could find and it cost nearly as much as the effing battery!

    https://tinyurl.com/yyhllagj
     
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    Yea had heard that before .... does say this in the blurb though ....

    SSB PowerSport Lithium Batteries are also one of the only Lithium Ion Polymer Batteries that can be charged using normal 12V car battery chargers / alternators

    No special charger required - can be charged using any 12V automotive charger as long as it does not have a pulse, automatic desulphation or rejuvenate mode
     
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    One day i want my FZR to grow up to be just like this:lolsign: looks fricken mint and do you still have it
     
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