Project 929rr

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rumpoldstilskin
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Re: Project 929rr

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 05 Jan 2016, 21:49

I'd say top one too and fit a strobe controller :)

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Re: Project 929rr

Post by SMUDGER » 06 Jan 2016, 00:15

If you fit strobe make sure your plate has independent light

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Re: Project 929rr

Post by Woody » 09 Jan 2016, 11:03

Still umming and arrring about the under tray

The "fancy" one is £100 more and im worried it'll be abit to "chavy"

I think a black LED rear light with built in indicators might be the better choice :/
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Re: Project 929rr

Post by lee » 09 Jan 2016, 14:15

Only a "bit" chavvy?....


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Post by Woody » 09 Jan 2016, 14:56

lee wrote:Only a "bit" chavvy?....


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Yea yea yea

Well the decision has been made...

Was weighing up rear light (£50) + undertray (£50) vs that all in one smart thing (£150)

However just been in the garage to find that the bike already has an undertray fitted!

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So I'll order the new rear light and start the tear down. Hopefully get al the body work off this weekend and sent to paint... Still undecided on colour though.


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Re: Project 929rr

Post by SMUDGER » 10 Jan 2016, 00:38

Liking what your doing woody, all that work will pay off I can see a stunning bike coming

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Re: Project 929rr

Post by cheekykev » 10 Jan 2016, 10:35

Woody wrote:Hi all... Im back :)


Also whilst removing these i managed to snap one of the bolts that hangs the bracket to the frame and also the master cylinder, again any ideas? :)
Use a drill and stud extractor to get them out, see link below for an example, or just re-drill and re-tap

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hilka-pro-cra ... eces/20084" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

By the way, what's happened to Mozza, why's he sold it :?: not spoke to him for a while :!: :!: :!:

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Re: Project 929rr

Post by Richie848evo » 10 Jan 2016, 10:49

I've got some easy outs you can borrow

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Post by cheekykev » 10 Jan 2016, 11:08

Richie848evo wrote:I've got some easy outs you can borrow
Hey Hi Richie, where've you been hiding :?: not heard from you either for a while, I did about 5,000 miles on my own last year, nobody seemed to be out much.

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Project 929rr

Post by Richie848evo » 10 Jan 2016, 11:20

cheekykev wrote:
Richie848evo wrote:I've got some easy outs you can borrow
Hey Hi Richie, where've you been hiding :?: not heard from you either for a while, I did about 5,000 miles on my own last year, nobody seemed to be out much.
Hi mate, with swapping bikes and watching Stu and Dayo racing I wasn't out to much but hopefully a bit more this year after my shoulder heals and Daz not doing his Welsh ride out it was a quiet year,
Nip up or let me know when you next go J&S on the BMW Image


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