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 on: Today at 03:58:56 PM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by stuzo
I'll be working mte flat out at moment ill hit u up for Easter run there's nine or so of us we always head up lochside after usually great day out

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 on: Today at 02:06:33 PM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by Samjam
I'm doing it this year bud only got the bike this year so not in the past a few of the lads are going up to invernry roughly 94 miles there and back (taking a long ass way) nest tuesday booked the week of work you are welcome to join up there is five us up going up just for a nice run.

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 on: Today at 01:48:12 PM 
Started by junior - Last post by ertert
OLEG,

Get revenge. Call him a New Zealander.

;D

 :o now that's harsh... and on the eve of 'strailia day LOL

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 on: Today at 01:47:19 PM 
Started by ertert - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
My thoughts on red should be well known by now.. ;)

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 on: Today at 01:46:15 PM 
Started by 97miztugst - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
So basically the 6 speed is just a closer ratio box. Fair enough.


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 on: Today at 01:44:08 PM 
Started by umop-ǝpisdn - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Glad it worked out man!

..those levers! Enough said.

Plus it looks neater than my setup too. The banjo coming out near the bar, instead of underneath, like mine, it makes for a cleaner look.

It's a rewarding feeling right? Lots of heart in your mouth "Ohh no!" moments that end up as pleasant surprises.

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 on: Today at 01:42:05 PM 
Started by HyoFuelNazi - Last post by ertert
Since this is the sticky for Hydraulic clutch conversions, I just wanted to link this thread here so it doesn't get lost later:

Hydraulics and universal harmony: http://korider.com/index.php?topic=26035.0

Great general hydraulics information, lots of detail about cylinder size selection and a bunch of builds with photos.

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 on: Today at 01:32:59 PM 
Started by ertert - Last post by ertert
So Just finished up a hydraulic clutch conversion with new matching MC for both brake and clutch, sintered pads and braided lines (dark red). (http://korider.com/index.php?topic=26035.0) Now I need some help deciding on what colour levers I should fit. I have the all black ones that came with the MC's on there but I also have Gun metal gray with black and red bits and red with black bits. Opinions?






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 on: Today at 01:22:59 PM 
Started by umop-ǝpisdn - Last post by ertert
Finished up the brakes and did some testing today. Forget what I said earlier, the brakes feel amazing!

Brake lever travel is the same as stock BUT bakes are now super linear. The 'bittyness' of the stock setup is completly gone. At the start of the stroke, the lever is fairly light and will apply the brakes very gently and gradually. At the end of the stroke, lever is hard as a rock. With full locked brakes the lever does not touch handle bar.

In between the start and end of the stroke is a very very nice progressive build up of both braking force and lever firmness. Call me crazy but when squeezing gently I can kinda 'feel' the texture of the rotors and pads through the lever! (this maybe a psychological effect since I'm sooo proud of my own work LOL. Independent testing needed!  ;D)

Final thoughts on my set up: Its prefect for street riding and commuting in traffic! Both clutch and brakes are now much easier to control and modulate. Also really happy with the look of matching MC's and levers. If I didn't ride in stop start traffic everyday I would probably have gone with the larger MC's as the clutch/brake feel Umop described would suit spirited riding much better.








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 on: Today at 01:22:35 PM 
Started by umop-ǝpisdn - Last post by ertert
This:



Not the best solution LOL. I will probably cut up one of my old spanners next week to get it nice and tight. I just wanted to get it done for now.


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