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Post  fri68683361 on Mon May 01 2017, 22:25

I decided to break my bike down for parts a few weeks ago as i couldnt get the money i wanted for it so if anybody wants any parts comment on here or pm me Smile

Parts iv sold so far is
Regulator
Stator + cover
Clutch assembly
Forks
Front mudguard
Front axle
All calipers
Exhaust

Other bits cant remember of top of my head ill edit with full list soon

Thanks guys
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Wed May 10 2017, 17:10

Hi there, Do you have the seat available? Cheers Dan
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Wed May 10 2017, 17:12

Sorry forgot to ask about the brake discs
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Post  fri68683361 on Wed May 10 2017, 17:22

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Sorry forgot to ask about the brake discs

sorry the seats sold
yeah i have the discs 1 of the front ones is slightly bent but only slightly but i have all 3 available plus a rear thuderace disk plus a set of new bolts for rear
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Wed May 10 2017, 17:33

OK no worries thanks for getting back to me, will keep you in mind when the time comes to do some bits possibly around the end of the year if you still have them.
Regards Dan
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Post  fri68683361 on Wed May 10 2017, 17:55

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:OK no worries thanks for getting back to me, will keep   you in mind when the time comes to do some bits possibly around the end of the year if you still have them.
Regards Dan

hopefully ill have another bike to break for parts towards the end of the year so just pm me when you need anything Smile
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Wed May 10 2017, 19:41

Will do thanks, if another seat turns up let us know.
Cheers
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Thu May 11 2017, 21:05

Hi again,
Oh what a day it's been today! Long story but went for my 1St half decent ride today and broke down on the A14 miles from home :( all sorted now (well back home anyway) the battery has given up on me.
Do you have yours available? If so do you have a price in mind?
Cheers Dan
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Post  The White One on Thu May 11 2017, 21:11

Is it your battery or could it be the rr or stater? If your battery packed up while riding it could be that it's not being charged
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Thu May 11 2017, 21:17

Good shout thanks, swapped the battery out for my sons from his bike and all is well with the bike started and ticked over fine. (shame I have to give it back lol)
Will try and get it down to the local battery shop so they can run a health check on it then I'll have to take it from there.
I take it the stator is the bike equivalent to an alternator? Was just about to research how a bike battery keeps it charge.
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Post  The White One on Thu May 11 2017, 21:22

If you have a multi meter hook it up to the bike when it running, should be seeing around 14volt at idle, rev it to around 5 thou revs and it should sit around 14.8volt. If it goes above 15 volt then it's the rr, if your getting less than 14 volt you need to check stater coil.

Stater sends ac current to rr which then changes it to dc which then charges the battery and gets rid of rest as heat through frame
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Post  Tractorboy1978 on Thu May 11 2017, 21:56

Brilliant feedback thank-you, will try and get my hands on something from work so I can test it, will also leave the battery on trickle charge although I don't think this is doing any good.

Could I do all the relevant checks with the multi meter when I have my sons battery in as this one starts the bike and it tick overs fine with the original one I had in would need bumping but then it was stalling pretty quick and I couldn't keep the revs on?
Thanks for you support Dan
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Post  The White One on Thu May 11 2017, 22:15

Yes you can do all the checks with your sons battery, it's a known good one go removes the battery from the equation then.
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Post  uniquetcatfreak on Sun Jun 04 2017, 21:15

Hi White One,

What year is it please and what condition is the frame in?

I'm considering getting a rolling chassis together (don't need the front end as will be doing the R1 98 front end swap) ready for a winter move of my current project to what will be a polished frame and coated wheels etc.

Interested in the frame, swing arm, rear wheel.

Thanks,

Ady.
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Post  fri68683361 on Sun Jun 04 2017, 21:19

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Hi White One,

What year is it please and what condition is the frame in?

I'm considering getting a rolling chassis together (don't need the front end as will be doing the R1 98 front end swap) ready for a winter move of my current project to what will be a polished frame and coated wheels etc.

Interested in the frame, swing arm, rear wheel.

Thanks,

Ady.

Its me whos breaking the bike bud the frame swingarm and rear wheel are in good strong condition mate. Pm me your number and ill send you some watsapp pics or i can email them to you
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