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fabiostar

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  1. jesus thats nasty looking inside.
  2. it should be a straight fit, they are the same engine with a few internal changes thats all.
  3. your only as old as the bike you feel..
  4. nice finds...that 500 looks a nice clean yoke.
  5. i feel your pain. on the up side at least i know im not the only one that has shit days like that,,
  6. it seemed to solve mine. it was fine checking them with the wheel in the bike but when i pulled the wheel out they were as slack as a whores draws ..
  7. very nice. a bike i still fancy owning at some point.
  8. fabiostar

    XJ6 TYRES

    iv had a set of the Maxxis diamonds on the firestorm, took a long time to scub in but they heat up really well and iv went to work on them and had a few trackdays and thought they were great tyres. rear lasted near 5k which i was pleased with.
  9. my divvie done the same. only noticed it in lower gears. i changed the chain and cush rubbers and it stopped straight away..
  10. fabiostar

    As I write....

    i try to get to as many as i can each year,
  11. have to admire the work in that. very nice
  12. clean looking yoke you got..nice
  13. looking really well,,
  14. brilliant... keep it up cause im dying to see how this turns out
  15. love the colour of that tank, proper yamaha. the front guard as you said id shorten the front and round of the rear of it... keep at this thing is gona look proper good
  16. the noise will increase with miles as the wadding inside the can wear/burns out but dont go chopping it.
  17. dealers only ever catch you once with that crap. i do my own servicing just.. filter wise i use pattern as i like to change them every time i do the oil
  18. great looking bike you ended up with
  19. good work sir.. a bike i always fancied owning ..keep at it
  20. omg such a soft spot i have for guzzis.. lovely looking bike sir. good luck with the sale
  21. iv just done the forks on my divvie.. easy mind you its not in any books lol remove forks. pluck out retaining clip and old seals with a small screw driver. slide the new ones down the legs. fill with oil.. total time 1 hour , job done and they are working fine again
  22. good god your a brave man taking that on
  23. oh my word. iv just done a little man wee..........
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