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Post by JanBros » Sun Mar 08, 2009 9:45 am

as strokerboy did for the KR250, I've got these for the KR1 :

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If somebody else has the others ...

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Post by KwakOn » Mon Apr 19, 2010 12:26 pm

Waterpump
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Clutch Cover
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Base Gasket
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Post by Charles » Mon May 03, 2010 2:40 pm

reed valve gaskets:

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Post by JanBros » Wed Aug 25, 2010 6:18 pm

mine are standard size from the scanner, normaly just save them on your PC and print them.

the right engine side one just fits an A4, so you have to set your preferences/page setup to "no margins" :wink:
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Post by KR-1R » Thu Aug 26, 2010 2:26 am

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and the KIPS gasket

image is 213.19mm wide x 293.62mm high 300dpi
they will all come out 'looking' different sizes on screen depending on what density they were scanned at (dots per inch) - a decent image program Corel/Illustrator/GIMP etc will interpret the downloaded image correctly allowing you to print or laser cut them correctly at 1:1
Just be aware printers and photocopiers can produce output that is very slightly different scales on X axis vs Y axis - sometimes of the order of 1mm which isnt very helpful where gaskets are concerned.

and of course if printing PDF from Acrobat make sure Fit to print has been disabled !!

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in the long run someone will do a Corel draw or DXF or PDF of them all :-k

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