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Andyco11

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About Andyco11

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  • Birthday 06/12/1970

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  • Current Bike(s)
    1979 XS250 1980 XS250 Special 1980 XS250 US Custom 1981 XS250 YICS

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    Newcastle under Lyme
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    Stuff And More Stuff
  1. I have had make my own as i couldn't find any made them out of a Baxie 105e boiler diaphram (but that probably means nothing to you being in the US)
  2. Just the bearings if so i would replace them and just put a new boot on the wheel
  3. Personally i would whip the heads of and re seat the valves by re-griding them in. also sounds like you have a piston ring problem could just need re honing
  4. Completely agree with that The god dam diaphragm is a pain in the ass when its got a little hole in it
  5. So whats wrong with the wheel that it needs to be change........or is it just the tyre that is stuffed
  6. Andyco11

    comfortable seats

    Except for the stock seat on the VX535 jesus thay get painful after a 100 miles or so
  7. Just buy the ones with the caramel inside them thay are disgusting
  8. I dint think thay started to put on the alloy wheels until the 80s i thought all post 79 bikes had wire wheels
  9. Sounds like you have a problem with your Generator You will need to check what voltage you are getting at the battery when the engine is running anything under 13v and it means you generator it not working
  10. Andyco11

    Noobe Intro

    Any more of that and i will set Sybil on to you
  11. Andyco11

    Noobe Intro

    Thanks will still pop in and out now i have found you
  12. Andyco11

    CAT C bike

    Salvage is categorised from A to D Category D The least damage suffered of the four categories e.g. vehicles replaced under 'new for old' schemes, vehicles written-off to minimise hire charges. The vehicle can be safely and economically repaired either by the insurer / motor trade or by an enthusiast using cheaper parts and reduced labour costs. Note: the following was amended in the 2001 code of practice for the disposal of motor salvage, a pdf copy of which can be viewed by clicking here The PAV (Pre Accident Value) does not exceed £2,000 (£1,000 for motorcycles), or for more expensive vehicles, where the engineer's assessed repair costs do not exceed the PAV. Category C Substantial damage, but repairable by an repairer or enthusiast. The vehicle can be safely and economically repaired either by the insurer / motor trade or by an enthusiast using cheaper parts and reduced labour costs. The PAV (Pre Accident Value) exceeds £2,000 (£1,000 for motorcycles) and the engineer's assessed repair costs exceed the PAV. Category B Heavy damage e.g. bent chassis The vehicle cannot be safely and economically repaired either by the insurer / motor trade or by an enthusiast using cheaper parts and reduced labour costs. However, the vehicle contains economically salvageable parts. Category A A 'total loss' e.g. burn-out. The only value is the scrap metal. The vehicle cannot be safely and economically repaired either by the insurer / motor trade or by an enthusiast using cheaper parts and reduced labour costs and there are no economically salvageable parts.
  13. Andyco11

    Noobe Intro

    Thanks XTreme for that link Had a good look round but to no avail looks like i will be a while before i get this one refurbished
  14. Hi all Can any of you peeps help out i have a 1980 - 81 XS250 YICS and i need a repair manual for it so i can start the rebuild. I is very similar to the other XS bikes but it has a completely different engine in it which is what i am struggling with Hope some one can help Thanks Andy
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