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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. Stubanger

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    Gave the SRX250 a good wash/going over and went for a 200km ride. Everything went well,rear drum brake surprised me! Carb needs attention in the near future as she breaks up a bit north of 100.
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    looks good.
     
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    Bike look's very neat for it's age !. Nice pictures by the way :thumb_ups: .It's pretty cool to see another SRX 250 on the forum and particularly one that is registered.Time to hang my head in shame :( , but wont be long until mine is registered.Is the bike on normal rego OR on historic rego ?.
     
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    new battery in the vfr800vtec.started quickly and sounded healthy in the shed. led lights arrived for the bike trailer.found the de restricted cdi for the 2kr.
     
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    Will you have a bike (2KR) ready for the Gunnedah August meeting?
     
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    nah. friends operation coming up and then lightenning ridge then down the track camerons corner then??????
     
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    Thanks @2valve I'm already caught up on your resto and @Andych build threads,they're both awesome!

    Mines on standard rego for 3 months. Then I think I'll pull it to bits and return it to factory specs,nothing like yours or Andy's,just stock. Then I'll be looking at historic rego(I have many bikes I need to get historic rego for,just need to workout the procedure) I think it spent a lot of time near the beach,the frame is quite rusty(hard to tell in the pics)

    I like riding the thing that much I may just keep riding it until that engine gets too tired before doing a resto, the suspension is in great condition which helps a lot. Also started on a diet to make this one and my other small displacement bikes go faster!
     
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    contact mick at the vjmc-he will fill you in.will put his mobile in a pm to you.
     
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    Polishing yo the frame of my zxr while I get some money together for rings , anyone able to get genuine A rings still I can't find them at all

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    They're like hen's teeth. If you find any, let me know.

    I've bought some chinesium rings, but have been too afraid to use them. I will have to eventually.
     

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