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    TZ350

    ESE's works engine tuner

    Thread Starter: TZ350

    . This is Thomas a Vietnamese race mechanic, you know that place where they have all those hot 50's and 125's are big bikes. Thomas, ESE's Race Team's Tuner is fettling number 9. adjusting the port timing for Taupo. Its hard to see but he has taped a degree wheel to the magneto flywheel...

    Last Post By: husaberg Today, 21:34 Go to last post
    Yow Ling

    The Bucket Foundry

    Thread Starter: Yow Ling

    The foundry or metal casting stuff thats been going on the the ESE thread really inspired me to get on with having a go at this stuff. If you can cast metal theres really not much you cant do. I dont think its going to be easy, most of it has been a bit of 2 steps forward 1 step back so far. Im...

    Last Post By: OopsClunkThud Today, 05:52 Go to last post
    jellywrestler

    MotoGP 2019

    Thread Starter: jellywrestler

    I haven't been to a Moto GP as yet and reckon given others enthusiasm for them they're probably a good show? I'm thinking I should get my arse along to one in 2019 Figuring you lot would be able to enlighten me on to which meeting is the best one and why? Might as well get the inside info after...

    Last Post By: pritch Today, 12:13 Go to last post
    discotex

    Bridgestone S21 Launch

    Thread Starter: discotex

    http://www.mcnews.com.au/bridgestone-battlax-s21-tyre-launch/ I put on a set of these for the two dayer MotoTT at Taupo. Very impressed compared to the Pilot Power 3 I was on before. Haven't tried the S20 so can't compare. These would be the most precise tyres I've ridden. I'd think where I...

    Last Post By: Owl Today, 12:18 Go to last post
    Ian Staples

    road bike project scratch built

    Thread Starter: Ian Staples

    Hi guys . for my own amusement I am building a road bike from scratch. It is basicly a "80s" superbike /kit bike tribute using a cb900 engine and gsxr roling gear the rest is just a matter of bending some bits of metal and welding them together . I do have one question someone may be able to help...

    Last Post By: sidecar bob Today, 14:03 Go to last post
    riffer

    Surviving bad crashes

    Thread Starter: riffer

    I don't post on here as often as I used to. The rise of social media has a lot to do with that, but also I've been a bit away from motorcycling. Two years ago today I slammed into the side of a Nissan Navara at a speed between 60 and 80 km/h when its driver pulled out of a driveway into the path...

    Last Post By: Banditbandit Today, 17:07 Go to last post
    rastuscat

    Mandatory ABS

    Thread Starter: rastuscat

    Copy and paste. Not my opinion. Life-saving motorcycle technology to be mandatory from April 2020 The most significant change to motorcycle safety in New Zealand in decades is on the way with the introduction of mandatory requirements for anti-lock braking systems (ABS) starting from...

    Last Post By: rastuscat Today, 21:25 Go to last post
    wpoll

    TT2000 Twenty Twenty

    Thread Starter: wpoll

    It's coming soon.... :soon:

    Last Post By: veldthui Today, 14:32 Go to last post
    george formby

    Thin spanners?

    Thread Starter: george formby

    Quick question about spanners. I need to strip and grease the suspension pivot and bearings on my Gas Gas Randonee trials bike. Unfortunately their is not enough clearance to get a normal spanner onto the nuts. I also believe the nuts may be made of cheese. Can I buy spanners designed for this...

    Last Post By: GazzaH Today, 19:01 Go to last post
    GazzaH

    Motorbikes smarter than us?

    Thread Starter: GazzaH

    A blog piece about Honda patenting a bike that senses and responds to the rider's emotional state set me thinking today. 'Smart vehicles' are already here in the form of computerised engine management systems and the like, but there's a LOT more to come yet. As with the the Internet of Things,...

    Last Post By: Laava Today, 18:10 Go to last post