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Pinned So what have you done to your bike today?

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by kiffsta, Nov 3, 2013.

  1. Andych

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    Wow.. that does sound good.. @GreyImport this should be the exhaust for the Hammertone Flyer :) It will look good and sound great.. then you just need to make sure it goes hard :)
     
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    Also the rasp was the phone mic clipping from being way too loud haha , not raspy at all in real life
     
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    I went out for a ride today, we've had a bit of crap weather lately.
    First hour was fine then it came in overcast, and windy then it started raining pretty heavy.
    I managed to keep the FZR upright across the top of the hill in the wind, but had a couple of scary moment's as strong gust's of wind moved me halfway across my lane @ 80k/h.
    Stopped in at the beach for a quick look and took these pic's
    I picked up my son from school 1.5 hour's later and you'd never even know it had been windy and pouring.

    Pic's 1 and 3 were taken in the rain 20180724_131025.jpg 20180724_151929.jpg 20180724_131108.jpg 20180724_151953.jpg
     
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    GreyImport Administrator Staff Member The Big Cheese Contributing Member

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    What do u do for fun when u own an FZR? .... take off the carbs of course! :dance2:

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    Operating table ready and a few upgrades :D


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    Ahhh the bliss of a single cylinder.....and 1 carby :)
     
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    That's going to be very loud.
     
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    It's got 2x different DB Killer's inside so it should be ok, it's E marked for road use too
    It's not the GPR Fastcan Powercone for race use
     
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    Good pickup. Looking forward to seeing how it looks on the bike.
     
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    Purchased a 51T rear sprocket for the Spada. I was going to change over to a 520 chain and sprockets, because there is more sprocket size choices in the 520 range. But, in the end stayed with the 428 chain and found a smaller rear sprocket online that seemed to be the right size for the bike. Will take it for a spin soon to see how she goes.

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    Fitted about $800 worth of motogadget stuff :) bloody fiddly and pricey but you cant beat German engineering ;)
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    Had to do an exhaust wrap at work as part of a smash repair / insurance job.

    Hate it, a fiddly job and the itchy fibres get everywhere...
     
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    Don't you wet it to help contain fibres? Also, put sunscreen on your skin to prevent the fibres sticking into you - apparently it works for cutting fibreglass.
     
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    Havent done it yet but I just got a call to say my SRX250 3WP tank has been fully stripped and repaired.. I guess it must have had a few rust holes. I will pick it up later today and post some pics :)
     
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    @Wozza do you have a project thread for this????
     
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    Na.... Im not very organised when working on stuff....tools everywhere, forget to document stuff and just lost in the moment...What do you need to know?
     
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    Just wanted to see the rest of it @Wozza, if it has an instrument cluster like that. :)
     
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    Ahh Ill get some pics up...problem is it changes shape day to day, Im still in the suck it and see faze...
    20180710_120632.jpg 20180710_120711.jpg

    She also has the M-lock setup were the orig key barrel was, a m-wave flasher unit and idiot lights in the headlight shell...
    Ill take some better ones once its back together again ;)
     
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    Wow, looks very tidy mate. It even has a rear guard. I have one of those M RFID ignition keys for my R4 project. Which I will probably steal and stick on my Honda since I can't find where I left my ignition key.
     
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