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Ttaskmaster last won the day on August 16 2017

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About Ttaskmaster

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    Galaxy-hopping garbage man

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  • Current Bike(s)
    1992 FJ1200 3XW Previously: 1999 XVS 650 Dragstar Custom, 2001 XVS 650 Dragstar Custom

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    Reading, Berkshire
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    Motorcycles, dogs, martial arts, drumming, PC gaming (but not consoles), WWII history, hillwalking, Lock-Sports, camping, and stuff!!!!

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  1. Ttaskmaster

    Paint/Colour codes for the 1989 Yamaha FJ1200 3CV?

    Might find summat of use here? http://www.fjowners.com/index.php?topic=7505.0 http://www.fjfjrbiker.co.uk/index.php?topic=21730.0 http://www.rsbikepaint.com/en-gb/colours.php#makeid=163&modelid=4554&prodyear=1991&colourscheme=11755
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    New member, older rider.

    TEN BOB???!!! Blimey, I paid less than that for my first car... which was free... and a Christmas present from my mechanic... !!
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    Swing arm paint

    You mean Genklene? Highly toxic, that stuff... HIGHLY. Even out in the middle of a field is too much of an 'enclosed space' for that stuff! Don't think it's even legal to use, any more...
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    unwanted computer componants wanted

    Alas, having usually inherited them my own self, I usually move my usable components on to other people in need. +1 for watercooling, though. I'm just waiting for a new case that I like enough to transplant my existing w/c system.
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    Yamaha 1100 dragstar 2007

    While on the other hand, some people tune it to pop at the right moment so it sounds like a hot hatch hitting the rev limiter.... and then again, some people juggle geese!
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    Daughter is now released.

    Released? You mean unleashed, surely!! Congrats to her!!
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    Hell's bells..!

    You live in Westeros? To be fair, it's very cool to go fast on a bike. It's why we do it... and most of us, if we're honest about it, do do it. The trick is knowing when it's safe to do it and how far to push it.
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    Dragstar 650 won't start

    HT leads/coils?
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    Hell's bells..!

    It's Summer. Twats are out in force.
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    Does anyone recognise these pipes please?

    They should say somewhere on 'em. They look a bit like the Highway Hawks that the wife had on her 650 (good choice, by the way). However, you may find they're straight-throughs and so don't have baffles available. Similarly, universal baffles may not be as universal as you'd hope, requiring you to drill holes in the pipe even if they're the right diameter.
  11. Ttaskmaster

    Hi - new FJ1200 owner here (-:

    Welcome to the forum - FANTASTIC choice there!! Yes, they can be a touch lumpy. It's an old (1978) design of carbed bike. Do you let it warm up for a minute beforehand, give it the occasional rev?
  12. Ttaskmaster

    New Yamaha Venture thoughts????

    Don't look NUTHIN' like as cool as the XVZ1300 Venture Royale does...!!
  13. Ttaskmaster

    New question for me old question for you

    Listen to Sensible You. Learn to ride first, as it's very different to driving. You may decide that a 400 or 600 is all you really need to get your kicks. Sub-3-seconds is cool and 160mph is amazing... but you don't need to use either that often and a great deal of the bike fun I've had has been on a slow 40-BHP Cruiser, taking the corners at lower speeds. Age is nothing, really, especially at your stage. The kid in his mid-50s sat right next to me has a Daytona, Fireblade, Kwak 1000 and some Suzuki GRSRXRXSXSXRGRGSRXRXXXXXL thing.
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    Fk me, HOW MUCH?

    Yeah, the lack of even a CBT may well be pushing prices stupidly high... as well as age/lack of NCB in general. If it helps, I'm with Churchill, via Devitt, who have consistently been the cheapest for me for several years, now... although that is with, like, forever on the NCB.
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    Got a rattle..!

    You should always listen to Tasky anyway, though... because in the end, when all is said and done, it will turn out he is correct after all. Even the Ttaskmistress has come to understand this... and as a result, not only does she have a shiny new job to smile about, but she has also escaped two speeding fines!
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