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Howdy Folks

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 10:20 am
by KRackerS
Recently got myself a 1S , it's never going to be a parlour queen and over time it will get gently fettled :lol:

Runs open carbs with a sock foam filter and 150 mains. BEET F3 race system which I have put Sugaya SPL cans on :mrgreen:

I am sure you will instantly notice all the other things that have been done to it too. This weekend I will be taking the front end on and shoving ZXR250A SP used's on , both front and rear share the same set up between these bikes so it's supposedly bolt and play, if I put the ZXR swinger on you get an upper captive rear caliper but I do like the under slung look so original stays 8)

Next on list will be new hoops and Dunlop have just released " pro " edition Alpha 13's , so they are on the list.

Over the winter months will get the engine out and strip it down and go through it , have crank refreshed and balanced and bores replated .

Late next year I will likely start experimenting with TMR-MJN or FCR carb's on it unless a set of 35mm PWKs land on my lap :D

Will keep you upto date with whats being done but nothing out the box , but the occasional video thrashing the nutz off it might please :o

Re: Howdy Folks

Posted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:30 pm
by 500bernie
Welcome to the forum, we like plenty of photos :)
That's a nice looking bike you have, where are you located?
You don't see many with Beet pipes.
Bernie :)

Re: Howdy Folks

Posted: Wed Aug 31, 2016 2:33 am
by KRackerS
Hey Bernie,

Pipes came with the bike , when it arrived it had the originals on - they lasted a day ! :lol:

I'm in Japan , a few come up every year for sale so thought it was about time I grabbed one before prices go north of my mortgage :shock:

Missed out on an R a few months back , had the freakin money sitting too :cry: There will always be another [-o<

Here it is with the Sugaya cans on it:
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Couple of changes

Posted: Sun Sep 04, 2016 5:00 pm
by KRackerS
KR-1R fuel tap

Short funnels with tea strainers