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Project Tony's project ZXR250A

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by TonyZXR, Apr 28, 2018.

  1. TonyZXR

    TonyZXR Active Member Premium Member

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    Unfortunately that radiator looks like it`s too different. Seems like it doesn`t have enough curve to it either
     
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    Picked up the rest of the bolts and brackets today. Now the long sorting process.... 20181016_171346.jpg
     
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    Wow.. that must have been an expensive exercise all up.. well worth it though by the looks of it.
     
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    Cost me the special price of $0. Helped my neighbour with his 66 mustang so thats ok
     
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    I didn't know that you could get your hoses done like that, and looks like quality work too.
     
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    Yep that`s the beauty of it . Doesn`t affect the rubber what so ever. The spring bits have a bit of pitting but oh well .I`ll take a better photo later
     
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    That is a great price in anybodys language. Not sure I would trust my 40 year old brake hoses.. the Cad plating looks good though.
    I hope there isnt too much material added or your axles may not fit through the bearings etc.. I hope they do though :)
     
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    Most of the stuff all sorted into bags . Stupid Kawasaki specifies bolts with 2mm different lengths m6 10mm length in some spots and m6 12mm length in other spots
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    Yeah neither haha. I did thoroughly inspect them so hopefully theyre fine . The plating is all stripped off before replating so should be fine
     
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    Decorative plating is usually only .002" to .003" thick (you can convert that to metric if you need to) so should not be a problem.
     
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    I like very much. can you get info from your neighbour how they were done?
     
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