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Post  owen.dyer146 on Mon Nov 12 2012, 15:47

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thought id post up some progress on the bike as its being stripped down and built back up after getting the frame powdercoated see what everyone thinks left thumb up
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Sat Dec 08 2012, 21:50


got a few bits back on today


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Post  owen.dyer146 on Sat Dec 08 2012, 22:01

if someone fancys lining pic up carry on laptop wont let me do it.
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Post  thunderstu600 on Sat Dec 15 2012, 02:12

Hows the rebuild going, very nice job, theres no way i'd do anything like that. i dont like taking lego apart in case i lose a piece lol
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Sat Dec 15 2012, 06:42

Its going ok going to try to get all the wiring loom back on and pluged in and blead brakes today but im in no rush not exactly got the weather at the moment.
Its easy really either mark everything so u know where it goes or take lots of pics.
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Post  TomCom on Sun Dec 23 2012, 21:37

so where is the last pic?
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Tue Jan 01 2013, 13:17

finaly had some progress.




for those of you with a proper love of the cat take a look at the last picture and see if you can see whats diffrent other than the bottom half of mud gaurd aint there.
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Post  HEHORE on Tue Jan 01 2013, 14:36

My first guess . The front of the bike ???? My second guess , the numberplate light part of the lens ? Third guess is the refletor is now below rather than above the numberplate

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Post  owen.dyer146 on Tue Jan 01 2013, 14:49

Hah well didnt think anyone would spot that the black plastic around lamp been coded to bike.
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Post  MrNutt on Tue Jan 01 2013, 14:51

you have no exhaust...... tongue
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Post  furball on Tue Jan 01 2013, 15:00

Are the indicators not on the wrong way round????
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Post  HEHORE on Tue Jan 01 2013, 16:46

@MrNutt wrote:you have no exhaust...... tongue
Haha I dident spot that

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Post  HEHORE on Tue Jan 01 2013, 16:47

@furball wrote:Are the indicators not on the wrong way round????
I thought that too, they do look backwards

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Post  owen.dyer146 on Tue Jan 01 2013, 19:20

hah yee the exhaust is on now thought id get a pic while it was dry. noo i think indicatoors are on right ill be going to look now.
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Wed Jan 02 2013, 15:57

checked the indicatoors i see what u mean but noo they look likw that because they are smoked lenses.
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Mon Jan 14 2013, 14:46

managed to finaly get a few hours work on weekend and just the dash plastic left to screw on now soo ill try my best to get some pics up next weekend of before during and after and get your opinions.
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Sun Jan 20 2013, 15:38


first purchased

after spraying fayrings





now all done
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Post  yamahamad on Sun Jan 20 2013, 19:56

Looking real good, nice work.

Paul.
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Mon Jan 21 2013, 15:15

and now she ready for the road with a new mot and she didnt miss a beat on the 12 miles to the mot station Very Happy was abit cold seems it was snowing though .
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Post  Panzerbuilder on Mon Jan 21 2013, 21:54

Very nicely done. Glad to see she flew through the MOT. Especially after all that hard work.

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Post  Stu on Wed Jan 23 2013, 21:35

Bike looks really good. i like the wavy discs.
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Post  owen.dyer146 on Wed Jan 23 2013, 21:38

They seam to work ok but not really tried them properly yet. Bit cold and snowy for that.
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