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May 1st, 2017, 12:20 PM   #11
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Check the threads on that....I never did any machining on mine I don't think, just a bit of time with a dremmel if put the dual springs in.. You will have to split the chain to pull the head but if it is not too stretched you can re-use with a soft link.
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May 2nd, 2017, 03:06 AM   #12
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It's the day after bank holiday and my last week off. Not expecting much to arrive today.

Finally got a bracket on the master cyclinder after 6 years of string

Yep it's a cooking utensil covered in hose!

Home made with hand tools and it does the job. I couldn't ditch the string. It's been lovingly added to my brake hose. Sacred now


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May 3rd, 2017, 11:18 PM   #13
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I think these will be a marmite mod.


Quick and easy to apply apparently..,,,


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May 5th, 2017, 10:08 PM   #14
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So I've pretty much sprinted into a brick wall.

I want to do an oil change to give myself a datum. However my stator blew so I can't run it and can't get the oil nice n warm prior to setting it free.

When I do get the bike going and the oil out I've got the
-modified sledge
-bigger spring
-08 kick lever

To fit with all the seals to do the work. Whilst the coolant is drained I've got a coolant temp sensor to fit to the vapour computer.

After all this is done

I could do the clutch I suppose as I'm
Not too fussed about electric start at the moment. I'd like to get the engine running sweet then maybe I'll sort that later.

I've pretty much reached a point where I'm better off doing the rest of the work all at the same time.

-08 cam
-08 decomp
-08 cam sprocket
-stronger decomp spring
-dual springs
-new cam chain
-new valves and supporting parts

My initial splurge of spending will have to be halted as I'm running low. I'll probably have to save a few months and plan all the work in for summer leave (navy).


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May 6th, 2017, 03:46 AM   #15
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So worth it in the end!!
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May 6th, 2017, 06:08 AM   #16
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Just been out for my first ride after blowing the stator the day I bought it. Feels great. What are the differences with putting all that 08 stuff in


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May 10th, 2017, 01:28 PM   #18
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So today I managed to get hold of an keihin fcr41 carb! A guy I know had a bit of an incident on his crf450


He decided it was not repairable and broke the bike for parts.

So I grabbed the carb, cables and throttle body for 150! Bargain



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Now all I have to do is get the carb stripped cleaned and jetted correctly and I get it fitted.


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....and get red of the "H***a Red" breather pipes!!!!

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