can a gt250r have bobbins or spools fitted to the swing arm for the use of a paddock stand or do I have to use the less secure paddock stand with L brackets, also does anyone know of a bike lifter for a gt250r
Since my last blog I've done a few rides but I've been as slack as Gremlin at not getting anything written up!!....again.
Last Sunday I went for a ride with some of the local IAM group....so I had to behave myself!? Unfortunately I needed a decent ride, but it was a bit short and I couldn't be bothered going for a bit of fang after the lunch stop, so I just slotted in with the group and came back over the hill. It was pretty windy, which wasn't much of a problem going north over the
Successful day testing the ZXRD400 at Manfeild yesterday. I pushed it up pit lane a lot which lead people to believe I had problems but I was doing plug chops and it didn't roll far enough.
It sorta, almost, nearly nipped once as it wasn't right when running off the main. Stopped once due to an electrical fault that cut power to the Ignitech. Had so help sorting that so it didn't happen again.
We ended up changing main jets, pilot jets (thanks Murray Cross for going home and getting
Having read a post on KOROJ's blog, where he linked a clip taken with a GoPro over the rimutak's, It reminded me of one I made a couple of years back on an $80 Camshot bought off one-day.
It shows two things: technology in bike mountable movie cams has taken some good leaps forward, and, we're so fortunate here in the mighty Waikato to have some great, low traffic volume biking rooads.
The Camshot was mounted
My Project bike has become a serious passion, two months in the garage over winter and she came out like this.
I have rechromed exhaust, new levers, new paint job, new mirrors, new clutch cable, new handgrips, carb overhaul, only some minor upgrading of small parts to do but it is now spring and its time to ride again!
Since my last blog I've done a lot of short rides but I've been as slack as Gremlin at not getting anything written up!!
I've continued experimenting with the Go Pro in various positions and after trying the side of the fairing and the front above the headlight, the next variation was on 24/08, when I tried mounting the GoPro facing forward on the right pannier. The only trouble was that at the time, I was doing some slow riding so half of the frame is taken up by my fat arse shuffling
Just put front wheel back on my gsf 1200 and brake pads are rubbing and wheel won't turn freely ,this wouldn't have anything to do with axle being really hard to get back in or forks bein out of line or is it something to do with calipers ??
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