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Post  bm1957 on Sat Aug 06 2011, 12:27

Everything will go onto e-bay (easy bits first then the rest as I learn to take it apart!), but thought I'd offer here first.

It's a 2001 yellow/silver/black, although the fairings are a bit tired.

Pics/prices on request

E-bay link


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Re: Breaking thundercat

Post  joshhatton on Sat Aug 06 2011, 18:44

heya
i need

sump urgent!!
and exhaust

thanks!
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Post  bm1957 on Sat Aug 06 2011, 20:47

joshhatton wrote:heya
i need

sump urgent!!
and exhaust

thanks!
you have first dibs (and PM)
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Re: Breaking thundercat

Post  sn1ke on Mon Aug 08 2011, 10:05

How much for the indicators?
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Post  bm1957 on Mon Aug 08 2011, 21:15

sn1ke wrote:How much for the indicators?
Front indicators?
They're fine externally but the internal fixing plate on one of them is a bit bent and a pain to fit -£20 the pair delivered

Rear indicators?
Both good (as far as I know - never had them off!) - £25 the pair delivered
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Post  SteveCat on Mon Aug 08 2011, 23:18

and for the saddle/seat?
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Post  bm1957 on Tue Aug 09 2011, 07:35

SteveCat wrote:and for the saddle/seat?
Seat has no damage to main section but wear to front corners (through to the plastic) hence £15 + postage

PM me you mobile no. if you want pics (or I can post pics but that will take longer)
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Post  Wowey on Tue Aug 09 2011, 08:42

hi there

rear brake pads & or assembly?
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Post  sir digby on Tue Aug 09 2011, 09:15

hi mate can i bagsy the mirrors only need the near side one really but ill buy both if you dont want to sell seperate let me know how much
cheers
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Post  bm1957 on Tue Aug 09 2011, 18:26

sir digby wrote:hi mate can i bagsy the mirrors only need the near side one really but ill buy both if you dont want to sell seperate let me know how much
cheers
mark
Hi Mark
The right mirror is good but the left is a bit tatty (the retaining bolt is rusty and may not be original, the black is more grey).
Left mirror £10 delivered
Right mirror £10 + postage
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Post  Panzerbuilder on Tue Aug 09 2011, 19:33

Mark,

Can I have the attachment bolts and brake line hose clips that attach the rear part of the front mudguard to the forks?

Let me know how much if available.
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Post  bm1957 on Tue Aug 09 2011, 20:02

Panzerbuilder wrote:Mark,

Can I have the attachment bolts and brake line hose clips that attach the rear part of the front mudguard to the forks?

Let me know how much if available.
Two bolts and clips? PM me your address and I'll stick them in the post mate.

Ben (not Mark - he wanted the mirror!)
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Post  kingnathski88 on Tue Aug 09 2011, 23:03

hi, are the tyres any good on this? need front and rear part worns to get me through for a while. cheers, nathan
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Post  bm1957 on Wed Aug 10 2011, 07:08

kingnathski88 wrote:hi, are the tyres any good on this? need front and rear part worns to get me through for a while. cheers, nathan
Hi Nathan
tyres are good (rear almost new - 200 miles) but may have been sold already. I'll let you know next week if they don't go.
Cheers
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Post  kingnathski88 on Wed Aug 10 2011, 13:48

Thanks, can you pm what you'd be after if there still going? Also need the casing for the right hand side, is it called the crank case cover? Nathan
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Post  frazmcfraggle on Wed Aug 10 2011, 21:55

Hi mate, how much for headlight unit including retaining clip, dust cover / coil and ht leads / clutch lever / front calipers - if you can give me individual prices and an all in that would be great
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Post  TomCom on Tue Aug 16 2011, 21:59

anybode have front right fairing?
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Post  prodigy on Thu Aug 18 2011, 10:18

If it's still available and in good condition I might be interested in the Generator cover from the left side, says Yamaha across the middle.

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Post  TomCom on Thu Aug 18 2011, 17:36

i need someone help to paint fairing Smile
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Post  mrfrance on Thu Aug 18 2011, 20:23

Hi how much for the clutch cover? (left hand side engine case)

Thanks
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Post  prodigy on Fri Aug 19 2011, 08:19

mrfrance wrote:Hi how much for the clutch cover? (left hand side engine case)

Thanks

The clutch cover is on the right side, on the left side is the generator cover I asked about a few posts before ;-)
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Post  Rosco on Fri Aug 19 2011, 09:01

If you sit on the bike (forwards!!!) the clutch cover is at you left leg.

0% sure!.......I'm a dafty!

The alternator cover and the biggest cover (name escapes me) would be at your right leg.


OK - I'm a dafty, My engine must be on backwards. It is the clutch cable that goes down to the front sprocket cover that made me think this was the clutch cover.



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Post  prodigy on Fri Aug 19 2011, 09:15

From Haynes under "Clutch removal":
"1 Drain the engine oil (see Chapter 1).
2 On YZF models, remove the right-handl
fairing side panel (see Chapter 8, Section 3).
3 Working evenly in a criss-cross pattern,
unscrew the clutch cover bolts (see
illustration). Lift the cover away from the!
engine, being prepared to catch any residual oil
which may be released as the cover is removed."

Why would we remove the right fairing panel to access a cover on the left side of the bike?

Also from haynes this image


This cover in the image is on the left side of my bike as I sit on it, I can see it out of my window!
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Post  prodigy on Fri Aug 19 2011, 09:16

Clutch cover and the starter cover are on the right side I believe.

See parts here

Or this rathe large looking clutch cover gasket here
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Post  mrfrance on Fri Aug 19 2011, 09:46

That is on the left hand side!! The one where you put the oil is on the right hand side!!
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