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Project Project SRX250

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by edwardo, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. edwardo

    edwardo Well-Known Member Contributing Member

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    All good thanks for checking :)
     
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    I checked mine as well today.. and the smallest I have is 255. I remembered that the guy who re-built my 350 head ended up having to grind the tops of the valves and still but some 230 shims to get it in the right range.
    He bought the shims from Precision Shims so you should be pretty right buying from them...

    Sorry I couldnt help
     
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    Oigy Owner of many bikes, keeper of few :( Premium Member

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    I managed to get a couple from my local bike shop, seems they are used in a few bikes, the rest I got ok from precision Shims as well, good service if a bit pricey :(
     
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    Direct from Yamaha they are a little cheaper than Precision shims but they very rarely have the lower number shims... worth checking though. If they can get them just order tham and they should be there in a few days... generally speaking.
     
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    Thanks guys. Ended up grabbing some from precision shims. Yeah definitely a bit pricey. Also paid for standard postage and it's been a week, bit slow! C'mon auspost!

    Re master cylinder does anyone know if either of these kits would be useful on an srx? I messaged the seller but didn't get an answer. Unfortunately I've packed all my shed up ready for the move so I can't get to it atm.
     

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    Impossible to tell really... the correct part number is 23L-W0041-00-00
     
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    Yeah long shot I know hoping on the off chance someone might have used one before. Will just do it right with the correct part number. Cheers!
     

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