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 on: Today at 11:12:05 AM 
Started by crysix - Last post by Joss

Just putting this out here.

GT125 with swingarm and rear wheel from a GSXR?

> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/131471149450


Nice bike but shame the person doesn't know how to hold a camera. People in this office will think I'm crazy tiling my head to look at them.

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 on: Today at 10:29:01 AM 
Started by Hyocentric - Last post by Hylife
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Not sure what service I will get as I didn't buy the bike from where I plan to get it serviced,

The standard service should be as per service manual. Have you downloaded one?
Anything extra would be charged as extra costs, especially if your service center is not an official Hyo dealer they would not be able to claim any extra remedial work costs back from the importer under warranty.
If they ARE a Hyo dealer then anything that is not right should be covered free of charge under warranty.

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 on: Today at 10:23:01 AM 
Started by Hyocentric - Last post by Hylife
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First service next week, nearly at 1000km's quoted $220

Put a small dab/blob of liquid paper on the rear of each camshaft cover at the join with the head.

At the first and second service the dealer is required to check the valve:camshaft clearances and adjust if required. If they fail to do their job the evidence is very easy to see.

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 on: Today at 09:57:05 AM 
Started by crysix - Last post by eddieeardley1974
wow that loooks fecking lush :P

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 on: Today at 09:24:51 AM 
Started by Hyocentric - Last post by Hyocentric
First service next week, quoted $220 as a standard price. If I go a bit over 1000km's is that ok? The workshop is backed-up and can't get me in any sooner! I may end up 100 or 2 K's over?

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 on: Today at 09:20:41 AM 
Started by Hyocentric - Last post by Hyocentric
Put in my first tank of 91 today from Shell, didn't go for a big ride but can feel a difference already! Much smoother at lower RPM's sounds a bit better too! Have to go for a big trip to see how she performs.
Turns out my local has 4 bowsers, all with 91.

First service next week, nearly at 1000km's quoted $220.

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 on: Today at 08:51:15 AM 
Started by 3lud13 - Last post by 3lud13
To change the bars to 1" bars, you would need to change the forward controls, brake master cylinder and clutch perch to 1" variants as well. The new MC and clutch perch would determine the levers you can use. Most 1" switch gear would be HD.

The current master cylinder and clutch perch are 1" its just the switch gear and grips that drop down to 22mm but yes I do want to change the clutch perch and master cylinder to fit the kuryakyn levers

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 on: Today at 08:36:10 AM 
Started by 3lud13 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
To change the bars to 1" bars, you would need to change the forward controls, brake master cylinder and clutch perch to 1" variants as well. The new MC and clutch perch would determine the levers you can use. Most 1" switch gear would be HD.

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 on: Today at 08:32:41 AM 
Started by alepx - Last post by nickgtr
ballarat

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 on: Today at 08:29:41 AM 
Started by Rick84 - Last post by nickgtr
as far as I know my 06 gtr250 is stock and easy gets up to 160km on the speedo, i have to pull back a tad throttle to stop the revs getting higher and into redline. I've had it to 172 due to slight downhill and too busy paying the road attention instead of the speedo.

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