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Post  Catnapper on Mon Feb 09 2015, 22:14

hi all
Just ventured back on 2 wheels as kid's are growing up and new job should give me some freedom
Previously old skool 2 stroke screamers but now I've grown up :lol
Will post some pics soon
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Post  SteveCat on Mon Feb 09 2015, 22:28

Hi Catnapper, welcome. I too had two strokes in my past, last one was the GT750 aka kettle.


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Post  Catnapper on Mon Feb 09 2015, 22:55

TZR 250 reverse cylinder and a couple of Else's ahhh memories
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Post  stretchie_ on Mon Feb 09 2015, 23:20

Alright matey
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Post  Tee-Forty on Tue Feb 10 2015, 02:24

welcom2ytc

Catnapper wrote:...old skool 2 stroke screamers...

Just ride the 'Cat like a two-stroke and you'll get the best out of it. Very Happy
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Post  Dogsbody on Tue Feb 10 2015, 15:25

Welcome mate Bike2
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Post  0ldcat on Tue Feb 10 2015, 21:17

Hallo and Welcome Very Happy

Ahhh the old screeeeeeeeming ning ning ning ning two strokes and the smell of burnt off Castrol R
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Post  yamahamad on Tue Feb 10 2015, 21:48

Hey & welcome.

Paul
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Post  Rosco on Tue Feb 10 2015, 22:00

Welcome aboard.

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Post  FatCat on Tue Feb 10 2015, 22:05

Hello and welcome.  welcome1
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Post  **Bullet** on Sun Feb 15 2015, 14:10

Hi and Welcome clink
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Post  Jkillroe on Tue Feb 17 2015, 00:46

Welcome and hello :-)
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Post  Strawballs on Thu Feb 19 2015, 23:29

Hello, I myself have just ventured back onto to bikes. Only 2 stroke I've owned was RD250D it was 3 years old.
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Post  Catnapper on Sun Feb 22 2015, 13:22

Here she is!!!!!


I hope!!!

Better one's will come WHEN the weather improves
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Post  yamahamad on Sun Feb 22 2015, 13:28

Very nice!

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Post  0ldcat on Sun Feb 22 2015, 14:19

Nice example . I'm sure many more will follow wink thumb up
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Post  Catnapper on Sun Feb 22 2015, 14:58

The Cat has got to be one of the best kept secrets around great
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Post  Catnapper on Sun Feb 22 2015, 15:05

Chain cleaned & re-waxed, Oil & filter change, Air filter clean next weekend, any other must do's on a new purchase.
She has been sat for a while, 1500 miles in last 6 years so fuel was drained & Pro FST added when refuelled.
Starts & runs sweet though Very Happy
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Post  0ldcat on Sun Feb 22 2015, 16:58

How's the brake fluid looking ? Though be aware bleeding the front brake after a fluid change can be a right B****** fuming
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Post  Catnapper on Sun Feb 22 2015, 17:23

Brake fluid looks as new. Already had braided hoses fitted aswell
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Post  Catnapper on Sun Feb 22 2015, 17:28

Only thing I think may go is the downpipes as they are still original. I have some service history hand written by previous owners with no mention of the pipes being replaced. 
No doubt I'll be asking for advice if and when they do need replacing
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Post  Catnapper on Sun Feb 22 2015, 17:29

Even if I may say so myself. She has been extremely well cared for in the past.
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Post  0ldcat on Sun Feb 22 2015, 18:17

Catnapper wrote:. . . . .  no mention of the pipes being replaced. 
No doubt I'll be asking for advice if and when they do need replacing

Check out the workshop area of the forum HERE. There's bound to be a topic or two on the subject Thumb
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Post  mightyjoe on Sun Feb 22 2015, 22:07

hey up napper
your bikes looking Tidy
loving the clear screen Nice Touch
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Post  Radar on Sun Feb 22 2015, 23:53

Welcome to the forum
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