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 11 
 on: January 18, 2018, 11:31:52 AM 
Started by LX_SS - Last post by spit051261
I would be very interested in the gear display you have .
A write up on that would be excellent  :)

 12 
 on: January 18, 2018, 11:27:47 AM 
Started by madhatter - Last post by spit051261
Just buy some pre-mixed coolant from an automotive store . Anything with ethylene glycol in it should be fine .
Any auto coolant will be fine . Coolant is coolant . It's obviously a bit different for engine oil where bike specific oil is recommended.
You can even buy neat coolant and mix it yourself with distilled water (not tap water).

I bought it and everything went thru perfectly fine, bike actually runs smoother after doing that and the oil change. Very happy, bike doesn't even vibrate anymore, it used to be so bad before, thanks for the help guys, will stick and lurk to the forums and see what everyones up to and post pictures along with you all!
Ride safe boys.
Nice one  ;)
We need to see pictures .
You will get a lot of help here as well as a good chat about our bikes .
Stick to the 650 part of the forum and you won't go wrong .

 13 
 on: January 18, 2018, 09:45:46 AM 
Started by LX_SS - Last post by Joss
This is my sort of thread. Excellent work and write up. I might have to borrow that gear linkage idea  ;D.

My only addition would be the use of what looks like electricians tape to wrap the harness's back up. It tends to go gooey after a while and flake. It could be that you have used plastic harness wrap (without the glue) in which case thats good but you might be interested in something like cloth harness wrap over the top (nicer to look at). I can see your use of shrink wrap on the connectors *thumbs up*.

Any reason you didnt put the rear grab rails back on?

Great stuff and nice to read. Keep us up to date on the progress.

 14 
 on: January 18, 2018, 09:26:27 AM 
Started by geoff.kelland@gmail.com - Last post by geoff.kelland@gmail.com
Perth, Western Australia

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 15 
 on: January 18, 2018, 09:25:39 AM 
Started by geoff.kelland@gmail.com - Last post by geoff.kelland@gmail.com
Hi all,

First of all, I have zero investment in this.
I'm simply doing this so one of you can get the bike cheaper. So some good can come of it.

I got my bike impounded for doing twice the speed limit.

I am giving permission to the police to dispose of it.
BUT there is a section on that form to
 IDENTIFY INTERESTED PARTIES.
I am submitting a form to declare the above.
This means that the police will want to get rid of it, with your name on the
WHO WANTS IT?  list.

About 10,000km on it.
4000km done on (genuine highway-only) restricted LAMS.
I then unrestricted it.
Basically no scratches at all. Red paint. Fairing is in my garage.
Oil Leak on 1 fork tube.
Free brake pad kit.
1 tooth smaller front cog. 1 tooth larger rear, not long ago, along with chain.
Good rear tyre, bad front one.
Front tyre has a very slow leak.
400 CCA high quality battery.
MOSFET RR with double heavy wiring and earth.
Stator I put a second hand OLD model Kawasaki as it was just available at the time, and now needs replacing- I can give details/instructions.
Oh it has an exhaust leak in the rear AIS pipe - sounds like shit and pops.
Just did that (bent it) recently when I changed the clutch cable.
Coffee stain on the (std.)muffler.
New fuel pump and non clog mesh.
EFI in line fuel filter added.
There is still a couple of stray wires I put in to take signal measurements from the MAP sensors.
New TPS.
It is out of tune at the moment, -- I was in the middle of it when I had to put it back together and go on a trip.
I have a thing where I am quite unmotivated so I haven't tuned it.
BUT I can tell you exactly how to tune the throttle bodies, (balance, closed sync, ensureWOT sync with cable /linkage., throttle idle stop, and the infamous TPS.
And reconnect the IAC valve.
Can be tuned to lift the front wheel at the lights, although it is not currently. (Fuel consumption)
Needs oil change. Free hi flow filter.
Has high quality oil in it.
Platinum plugs.
The headlights are unplugged. Just need to plug them back in. (Bad stator)
Minor headlight is still connected.
1 mirror broken off. (Not dropped. Leant against something in garage.)
Everything works.
Really dirty headlight / visor.
Needs a wash.
Clutch plates may need replacing in 5000km.

Phew!

Any questions?!

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 16 
 on: January 18, 2018, 09:00:52 AM 
Started by geoff.kelland@gmail.com - Last post by geoff.kelland@gmail.com
any questions?? you ask. I asked but no reply as yet. I'm interested but I can't make arrangements without any info
Just saw this your 1 msg.
SMS text me on
0413 129 647
Pending form submission.....

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 17 
 on: January 18, 2018, 08:28:20 AM 
Started by j0hnh0lmes - Last post by madhatter
I spent $103 at hyoparts.com so I can vouch for them that they are legit. They are from Korea, shipping two no longer then 2 weeks, maybe 8-9 days?

 18 
 on: January 18, 2018, 08:04:49 AM 
Started by madhatter - Last post by madhatter
Looking to ride with some of you Southern Californians!
Hit me up if you're in the san diego area!
Just like to cruise a smooth nice ride, maybe some hills or canyons(never been but I'm down!)

 19 
 on: January 18, 2018, 07:55:01 AM 
Started by madhatter - Last post by madhatter
Just buy some pre-mixed coolant from an automotive store . Anything with ethylene glycol in it should be fine .
Any auto coolant will be fine . Coolant is coolant . It's obviously a bit different for engine oil where bike specific oil is recommended.
You can even buy neat coolant and mix it yourself with distilled water (not tap water).

I bought it and everything went thru perfectly fine, bike actually runs smoother after doing that and the oil change. Very happy, bike doesn't even vibrate anymore, it used to be so bad before, thanks for the help guys, will stick and lurk to the forums and see what everyones up to and post pictures along with you all!
Ride safe boys.

 20 
 on: January 18, 2018, 06:51:31 AM 
Started by madhatter - Last post by spit051261
Just buy some pre-mixed coolant from an automotive store . Anything with ethylene glycol in it should be fine .
Any auto coolant will be fine . Coolant is coolant . It's obviously a bit different for engine oil where bike specific oil is recommended.
You can even buy neat coolant and mix it yourself with distilled water (not tap water).

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