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  1. #51
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    That's looking great!

    But, I spy, the front right rotor is actually meant for left hand side, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by psyguy View Post
    That's looking great!

    But, I spy, the front right rotor is actually meant for left hand side, isn't it?
    She arrived fitted with two left hand discs. Can't see ’em when you're riding.

    Darryl from Kiwiland

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    That looks great, It will come together pretty fast now.
    1986 1150EF
    2008 GS1250SEA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Block View Post
    That looks great, It will come together pretty fast now.
    Still got the engine and bodywork to sort out. I'm debating whether to split the cases. This kitty has suffered a lot of abuse so I might need to eyeball it's guts to be sure there is nothing untoward internally. I'll drop the sump plate and see what I can deduce regarding shift forks, that sort of thing.
    Darryl from Kiwiland

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiAlfa156 View Post
    She arrived fitted with two left hand discs. Can't see ’em when you're riding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiAlfa156 View Post
    I'm debating whether to split the cases.
    Better safe than sorry, I reckon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psyguy View Post
    Better safe than sorry, I reckon.
    rP3230252.jpg
    Yeah you might be right
    Darryl from Kiwiland

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    Did someone say
    7/11
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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer61 View Post
    Did someone say ?
    Not me, I've already got an Kat 11.
    Darryl from Kiwiland

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    Painted a few bits and pieces. Rebuilt the rear master cylinder, waiting for the caliper piston kit... Covid delays...



    Painted the bracket and the cover, tested and replaced blown bulbs. Small ding on the bezel, but I can live with that. She's a road bike not a show pony.




    The tank was 'splayed out' about 1cm compared to a dented but straight tank that I have, and shows some minor deformation in the frame backbone tunnel. So I wrapped a tie down around the tank and squeezed it in close to the width of the straight tank. I'll panel and paint after the engine has been sorted.

    Darryl from Kiwiland

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