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  1. Shouldnt ride like that at all. When new the ride was reported to be "plush". Last ones were made in 2004, dont know how old yours is, but its likely the forks are due for a refresh. They would have been on the soft side as new. Check the swingarm pivot is not seized
  2. Try entering the registration number into the search box on the RS Paints website. It should give you all of the paint codes
  3. Cylinder compatability: DT125 1987 2AJ SPAIN 272AJ-352S1 DT125LC 1986 35A ENGLAND 2635A-310E1 DT125LC 1986 35E SWITZERLAND 2635E-361E1 DT125LC 1986 57U EUROPE 2657U-300E1 DT125LC 1987 1HR FRANCE 2757U-351F1 DT125LC 1987 35A ENGLAND 2735A-310E1 DT125LC 1987 35E SWITZERLAND 2735E-361E1 DT125LC 1987 57U EUROPE 2757U-300E1 DT125LC 1987 57U FRANCE 2757U-351F1 DT125LCF (22PS) 1986 57U FRANCE 2657U-351F1 Piston compatability: DT125 1987 2AJ SPAIN 272AJ-352S1 DT125LC 1986 35A ENGLAND 2635A-310E1 DT125LC 1986 35E SWITZERLAND 2635E-361E1 DT125LC 1986 57U EUROPE 2657U-300E1 DT125LC 1987 1HR FRANCE 2757U-351F1 DT125LC 1987 35A ENGLAND 2735A-310E1 DT125LC 1987 35E SWITZERLAND 2735E-361E1 DT125LC 1987 57U EUROPE 2757U-300E1 DT125LC 1987 57U FRANCE 2757U-351F1 DT125LCF (22PS) 1986 57U FRANCE 2657U-351F1# Info from the CMSNL website
  4. Travelling the bike on a trailer in neutral is unlikely to damage the gearbox. Occasional neutral to first problems aren't rare, many riders adopt the technique of slipping the bike into first while it is still moving (just before coming to a stop at junctions etc), because the parts are still rotating, it makes it easier to find first gear.
  5. Your electrical connections and earthing points need to be clean and dry. Charge the battery up fully, le tit stand and see if the voltage drops. Fully charged should be around 13 volts, if it drops quickly after charging its goosed. Try using this fault finding process:https://www.dropbox.com/s/b1x1ojthv4h7925/Troubleshooting 3P PMG %26 RR.pdf?dl=0
  6. I dont think its possible to change the options as you describe without altering anything I believe that when you turn on the ignition, the sidelights and the nearside dipped beam will come on. The dipped beam will go off when you press the starter, then come on again when the bike is started, and stay on. When you go to full beam, the dipped will go off and the offside full beam will stay on, the reverse takes place when you switch back to dipped beam. Press the flasher switch and the dipped will go off and offside the main beam will come on. I think. But, bear in mind that many fazer riders alter both the wiring and the lamps (bulbs) to bring both lights on at the same time. Technically, its illegal, but gives better lighting for nightime riding. Id check the wiring out against standard before doing anything else
  7. Part No 4MY8230500. Also found on: Yamaha XTZ660 (35.3KW) 1994 4MY1 GERMANY 244MY-332G1Yamaha XTZ660 (25KW) 1994 4NW1 GERMANY 244MY-332G1Yamaha XTZ660 1994 4MY1 FRANCE 244MY-351F1Yamaha XTZ660 1994 4MY2 SPAIN 244MY-352S1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 BELGIUM 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 DENMARK 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 FINLAND 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 ENGLAND 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 GREECE 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 ITALY 264MY-300E1
  8. Did you book one? I've not been able to log in on here for several weeks but all appears to be working again now. I take the point about sessions being red flagged, I've noticed there are more of them than when I first started trackdays, and I put it down to more riders having lap timers fitted onto the dash/bars than ever before. I reckon they ride around with one eye on the timer, trying to gain every available nano second at the expense of safety/courtesy. There's plenty of examples on Youtube of dodgy over/undertakes at corners. If I see a bunch gathering in front of me, I'll let them get further in front rather than take risks. Its my only bike. I was up there again in August and then again Sept 8th, that's it now for this year.
  9. Had a ride up to CMC Clay Cross, only to find the showroom closed. Had a coffee, then rode back home just keeping in front of the rain all the way
  10. If successful, thatll give a good gain in HP, but its a fair bit of work to do, and theres always the risk of failure. Youd need to notify insurance, DVLA. Id have alook at the CMSNL website and compare the parts numbers for the two models before starting, just to check compatability
  11. Two groups, novice/inter and inter/advanced. Seemed to work fine, because it was evening, I got the impression more riders rode there than van/trailered. I was in novice/inters, there were some very fast lads in it too, and a couple of instances of dodgy over/undertakes, but all in all just about right for me. Inters/fast tended to be litre plus/track type bikes. Only one red flag in our group, and the marshalls had the black flag out to a couple of riders early on. Plenty of room in the paddock too. One group on, one group off, so only 20 minutes between the sessions, four sessions each group, first group on at 5.30.
  12. Did an evening track session at Donington Wednesday 9th, nice and ry, first since last Sept. Rusty riding at first, disturbed the gravel a little, but smoother in the later sessions.
  13. Have a look at this https://www.dropbox.com/s/b1x1ojthv4h7925/Troubleshooting 3P PMG %26 RR.pdf?dl=0
  14. Sort out the part nos from here, then get searching on the web, they may be common to other bikes. Try ringing around breakers yards too. For the wheels and spokes, there are couple of well known suppliers that advertise in Classic Motorcycle Mechanics monthly magazine. Stafford Bike Show is on in July too, you could have a rummage around there, you never know, you may turn something up
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