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So the last couple of weeks I've de-termited the place and contents, ripped all the old inner walls out and replaced with weather proof gypsum, siliconed (7 tubes of the stuff!) every joint and had a

Today rode 250km to a vintage bike meeting, but currently working on my NSR150SP after it seized a couple of months ago.

Another trip to Bikers for shiny bits and bobs that nobody will ever notice except me

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8 hours ago, bkmbkk said:

Done a while ago, but haven't have time to put here until now.

YZ 125 engine installed, longer swing arm and upgraded suspension back

Hondaha?  Yamonda? Call it the YowZer!

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11 hours ago, bkmbkk said:

I do not intend to ask anyone that question. I also stay away from Police Check points 😜

Why !!!  Just go DLT test and get sorted out to make it legal.

It will only be confiscated eventually if you get unlucky.

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5 hours ago, papa al said:

Until it is 5 years old and needs inspection...

...the fuzz would have a hard time catching.  

Good luck.

It needs a DLT inspection because of the changes, if OP want[s to continue riding it OK get on with it.

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Looked at the CRF and though I really must give you a clean today (we were up in the hills yesterday)...but ended up doing a 1000 and 1 other things. But, my new semi sintered pads turned up this evening so there is a very good chance she'll gets some TLC this week 😍

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10 hours ago, papa al said:

Had the carb cleaned on the RX-Z.

150baht.

She's rippin' again.

😉

What type of Carb is it & the year of the the bike,  they were very popular in Asia.

300 two stoke must go some. 

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3 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

What type of Carb is it & the year of the the bike,  they were very popular in Asia.

300 two stoke must go some. 

> Dunno carb type.

> 1993 Yamotor set up in '91 Aprillia dirt bike.

> Last week at Burapa met 5 guys up from Malaysia on their RX-Zs.

> papa's 250cc 2T definitely goes some.

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1 hour ago, papa al said:

> Dunno carb type.

> 1993 Yamotor set up in '91 Aprillia dirt bike.

> Last week at Burapa met 5 guys up from Malaysia on their RX-Zs.

> papa's 250cc 2T definitely goes some.

Just noticed my typo thought they were 135 cc not 250.?

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On 3/1/2020 at 1:24 PM, Kwasaki said:

Just noticed my typo thought they were 135 cc not 250.?

The Z started life as 133cc.

Bored to 140-something now.

papa has several (4) 2T bikes.

140, 250 & 350 x 2;

no 300cc.

 

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7 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

Ordered colortune kit today for my bike, highly recommended for tuning multi carbs.

They say it will tune each carb the same, that will be good, so I hope it's as good as they say.

Mine not identical but works great.

 

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5 hours ago, canthai55 said:

Mine not identical but works great.

 

Yeah there good too but I like the idea of seeing each cylinder firing with all same colour of spark. 👍

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1 hour ago, Kwasaki said:

Yeah there good too but I like the idea of seeing each cylinder firing with all same colour of spark. 👍

Me too. Colortune is worth the money. 

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14 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

Ordered colortune kit today for my bike, highly recommended for tuning multi carbs.

They say it will tune each carb the same, that will be good, so I hope it's as good as they say.

You really have to read all about it, especially when working on a four cylinder bike. 

 

     All should be a healthy blue, once there's whitish to see, it's too lean.

 

    And yellow is way too rich.

 

When accelerating, carbs with an accelerator pump do show yellow, because the engine gets more gasoline from the carbs. 

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The last job to change my fork seals was a joke. I had the whole fork in parts ad it turned out that the freaking Chinese seals were different.

 

   Once you have access to the seals and they're not in a very bad shape, it's possible to clean them thoroughly and oil them properly.

 

Of course only if the lips are still okay. 

 

    Result: New oil and fully functioning seals.  

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