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  1. Why are so many race bikes non compliant with the numbers rule?

    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by malcy25 View Post
    My 2 cents worth

    Rule book is online - hard copies can be bought but is a pain in the arse, people don't update, carry an old book, don't carry it etc. Online is good. But people actually need to read it. I see stuff across many classes, when people are spending $1000's and don't even read their specific technical rules.....

    I did a rule change submission years ago now (early 2000's I think) that freed the need for the side numbers to be behind the rider, to anywhere
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  2. Restricted Practical Test Auckland 2018

    Hi guys,
    I have been riding motorbike for 10 years oversea, and just got the Learner licence in NZ.
    They say there is two options for a Restricted licence that go directly from learner to restricted, and go through CBTA.
    What would you recommend?

    Thanks in advance
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  3. House Builders (investment)

    Quote Originally Posted by mashman View Post
    Relocate and renovate?

    ...hmmmmm...do you want to buy a whole lot of love...I can do it for about 60 bucks for 100gms...it really works...I send it in vacuum packed, paper bags...
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  4. need some advice,

    can anyone tell me which direction radiator fan on a honda nv750 should be running, fan is behind radiator, so seems should be run in clockwise direction to suck air through, i have had to hard wire fan to switch as thermal switches are stuffed and cost is too much as can't buy in nz, i have fan running anti-clockwise, dosn't seem to be doing the job, anyone have any thoughts on this, would be appreciated.
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  5. The CBR400RR project update

    I have been pretty busy over the last few months and didn't have time to do much posting but the CBR400RR is well underway now. I have had the wheels powdercoated, rebuilt the calipers and master cylinder, changed the setup to braided lines with sintered pads, new pots for the calipers the old ones were rusted badly, new throttles cables and choke cable, New grips, new levers, new clipons, rebuild the dash, painted and cleaned up all the front stays, cleaned up the rear subframe and repainted it, ...
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  6. My Honda CBR400RRn NC29 Project Bike - Clock and Fairing Stay Restore

    While I was busy working on stripping my fork down for the project CBR400RR NC29 I of course need to order parts and so during that downtime I was busy working on the clocks, lights and front fairing stay mounts and brackets for the bike. The brackets were in an abysmal state as you can see here:




    The front of the clocks look bad enough but the backs a total mess.
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  7. My Honda CBR400RRn NC29 Project Bike Part1 - Fork Rebuild

    When I got my CBR400RR NC29 I knew I had a lot of work to do to make it presentable again in polite circles so i decided to get stuck right in and began stripping the old girls clothes off ready for a bit of much needed beauty therapy. I decided to start with her pins as its always good to see a pair of slim legs working well kitted up nicely and I had to do something. The no1 issue I had was that the garage I had my old girl stored in was more like damp leaky dungeon than a real workshop but its ...
  8. My Honda CBR400RRn NC29 Project Bike Part2 - Fork Rebuild

    And here they are with the new tubes and seals fitted, ready for fast and furious action, almost...



    I also managed to find and ordered a set of collars as the ones on the legs were in bad shape.



    I found that the old collars had been glued with some sort of epoxy onto the legs, ...
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