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 on: Today at 05:42:11 AM 
Started by p0x - Last post by spit051261
If it's the same bolt I had to remove to fit my sliders , I used a hex socket 12mm me thinks (waste of time using an allen key , it will just bend) and a breaker bar . It was as tight as . I also gave it a spray with CRC (WD40) and left it soak for an hour . It will come off , eventually  ::)
Was going to say about using a hammer and blunt chisel (I may have also done that to free it) but that sounds a bit dodgy so I wan't go into that . It will work though  :o

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 on: Today at 05:26:30 AM 
Started by p0x - Last post by albertinhouston
I got mine at a honda dealer $23 it had both sizes

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 on: Today at 05:09:10 AM 
Started by p0x - Last post by Devo
Hey p0x, how did you go with the tools? I am at the same point in an engine removal too ...

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 on: Today at 05:08:02 AM 
Started by furrykedrian98 - Last post by Devo
Hey guys, did we find out who might be able to secure a new engine? I am also going a GT650 engine swap, crankshaft bearings failed in the current one.

Thanks

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 on: Today at 04:48:51 AM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by spit051261
Here is the "lash up"  ;D
Looks a bit rough but it actually works better than the original now I have made it a bit longer .Suits me anyway and it works which is all that really counts . It also got me home which was a bonus  ;)

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 on: Today at 04:09:18 AM 
Started by wazza675 - Last post by wazza675
Dont take this the wrong way buti could just measure yours. you are going hathe ti4es iff any way
I was hoping to get the valves prior to my next tyre change.

Yes I could rip the wheels and tyres off and then get to the stem but I was hoping someone already knew the sizes....

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 on: Today at 04:02:07 AM 
Started by wazza675 - Last post by albertinhouston
Dont take this the wrong way buti could just measure yours. you are going hathe ti4es iff any way

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 on: Today at 02:06:45 AM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by spit051261
Had lots of fun out on the bike on the weekend .
Out with my mate on his Harley 1250 and my clutch decides to let go of the piece that fits on your foot  :o
Lots of fun trying to ride it in traffic in second gear . the fun starts when you have to stop and can't change gear . Eventually had to drive it the last K to my mates house in 1st , taking it easy and then drilling it and using a 6mm bolt as the clutch operator . It actually works OK and I am in no rush to change it , not yet anyway .
The joys of bike riding .

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 on: Today at 01:50:41 AM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by spit051261
Looking good! But, I'll have to disagree, white looks best!
Each to their own eh  :)
I do like the GTR version mind and yours looks mint  8)
Put some decent piccies up on this post so we can really see it in all her glory .

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 on: Today at 01:48:53 AM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by spit051261
This is from the manual regarding testing of the WT sensor which is for your temp display .
▣ INSPECTION
◈ Step 1
1) Turn the ignition switch “OFF” position.
2) Check the WT sensor coupler for loose or poor
contacts.
If OK, then measure the WT sensor voltage at the
wire side coupler.
3) Disconnect the coupler and turn the ignition switch
“ON” position.
4) Measure the voltage between Br wire terminal and
ground.
5) If OK, then measure the voltage between Br wire
terminal and BW wire terminal.
DETECTED CONDITION POSSIBLE CAUSE
Output voltage is out of the specified range.
0.2 V 􀍻 Sensor voltage 􀍻 4.6 V
● WT sensor circuit open or short.
● WT sensor malfunction.
● ECU malfunction.
YES
NO
Go to Step 2.
● Loose or poor contacts on the
ECU coupler.
● Open or short circuit in the Br
wire or BW wire.
WT sensor voltage
4.5 ~ 5.5 V
( 􀖑 Br -􀖒 Ground )
( 􀖑 Br -􀖒 BW )
Is the voltage OK?
Tester knob indication : Voltage ( )W

Step 2 . Check resistance of the sensor .
TttT sensor resistance

0 ℃ (32 ℉)     Approx. 5.790 ㏀
20 ℃ (68 ℉)    Approx. 2.450 ㏀
40 ℃ (104 ℉)    Approx. 1.148 ㏀
60 ℃ (140 ℉)      Approx. 0.586 ㏀
80 ℃ (176 ℉)     Approx. 0.322 ㏀

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