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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. Grasshopper

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    Moo Plodge Racing!!!

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    I can send u down a bag of Tamworth gravel if u like to give it a buff up?

    :D
     
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  4. Linkin

    Linkin The Apprentice Premium Member Dirty Wheel Club Contributing Member

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    No thanks :)

    I already have some stickers left over so no more of those will be needed
     
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    Linkin The Apprentice Premium Member Dirty Wheel Club Contributing Member

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    Bought a new lid, rjays flip up (carbon fibre), new set of kevlars and some textile pants for good measure (that grazed knee took 2 weeks to heal). Plus chain grease. Bought new brake discs.

    Have almost hit 24,000 K's, so will have to book in the service... I've done almost 5,000 K's on the bike in 6 months
     
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  6. Grasshopper

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    Good work.. more k's... more experience.. I've done about 350k's in 6 months.. :cool:
     
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    Most of that was on the VJMC trip too
     
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    254kms to be exact. But was a good ride and no police activity as happenned on the lyons road tt.good to see the bike back pristine and yep the ride drained us all.
     
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    took the rego label off the bike after finding out about the change in law in QLD
     
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  11. Tim_

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    Ditto but put it in the compartment just in case
     
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    Started burrowing into the clutch/gearbox of the spare fizz motor ...... must be some chunky bits in the sump

    clutch 1.jpg Clutch 2.jpg
     
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    Don't drop the thing on your toes this time! :p

    Time for a new clutch by the looks of it?
     
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    :lolsign:

    Yea its only the spare motor ..... but Im doing the clutch on the main bike soon ..... I mainly want to get the transmission out to eventually put in mine as 3rd gear has a clunk.
     
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    So a bit of franken-clutching then :D
     
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    removing front wheel bearings 101

    when big hammers are useful :dance2:

    bearing.jpg
     
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    Fitted a trailtech endurance 2 meter so I know how fast I'm going. Went for a ride up to Glorious.
     
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    Tested carbies for air leaks this morning by spraying carby cleaner on the carb to engine boots, I think it is but to be honest unsure. 2nd opinion?

     

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