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  1. #106
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    Thanks for that chart and everyones help. It confirms my thought that it is a 25mm axle . I will ring Pete sale up and have a chat as it is him with the 750 instruments . The problem I may have is there is only about 15mm gap between the fork and bearing so I may not be able to modify the wheel and fork enough if at all . I f he has a drive with the correct diameter I shall take the front end down to him and have a match up session

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Staples View Post
    Thanks for that chart and everyones help. It confirms my thought that it is a 25mm axle . I will ring Pete sale up and have a chat as it is him with the 750 instruments . The problem I may have is there is only about 15mm gap between the fork and bearing so I may not be able to modify the wheel and fork enough if at all . I f he has a drive with the correct diameter I shall take the front end down to him and have a match up session


    1994-2002 Aprilia RS125 25mm

    the elephant in the room is you have the skills to make a set of wider set yokes adjustable for trail.
    if your hearts set on a cable drive you could drive it off the counter-shaft or the rear
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    I reminder distinctly .




    Kinky is using a feather. Perverted is using the whole chicken

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    the veglia one on my 77 MV is only 16mm wide, only a 20mm axle but does indicate that there are narrow ones around, what the fuck is a 125 doing with a 25mm axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    the veglia one on my 77 MV is only 16mm wide, only a 20mm axle but does indicate that there are narrow ones around, what the fuck is a 125 doing with a 25mm axle.
    Its got a 4 piston brembo caliper and a 320mm disk as welll ,same set up as a 1990's 750ss Ducati
    i are guessing Bobs one later one post 2002 As it changed that year, had a wider one which i think is the radial brakes one of the last ones has a the digital dash .(i have a dash, it looks like an R1. i posted it on pg 1 )
    i would say its fashion and fucntion for the axel. the brakes are likely overkill on the road with 30HP.
    the axle size is likely because they figured out a bigger diameter axle that's hollow is lighter and stronger than a thin solid one.
    or thats what suited the forks.
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    Koso speedo with wired hall effect sensor on front or rear wheel.

    https://kosonorthamerica.com/product...s/speedometer/

    no spcae problems at all. Just mount off the caliper bolt

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    Oh look they do some for Harleys.

    https://kosonorthamerica.com/product...rley-davidson/

    HD-05 | multifunction meter | for Harley Davidson®
    $499.95 CAD

    This one revs up to 8, ho-ho
    I've been told. Dreaming`s free.
    Think I'll go, back to sleep.
    Everybody listen, voices in my head
    Everybody listen, do yours say, what mine says?

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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Oh look they do some for Harleys.

    https://kosonorthamerica.com/product...rley-davidson/

    HD-05 | multifunction meter | for Harley Davidson®
    $499.95 CAD

    This one revs up to 8, ho-ho
    Si what? There are quite a few ther for Harleys....

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    I was just wondering if they would explode revved that high
    I've been told. Dreaming`s free.
    Think I'll go, back to sleep.
    Everybody listen, voices in my head
    Everybody listen, do yours say, what mine says?

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    4 minutes on trademe i found this listing
    which is the narrow vegila
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    Another one i came accross with what Honda dd with the VFR400R NC30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
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    Kinky is using a feather. Perverted is using the whole chicken

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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    4 minutes on trademe i found this listing
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    Another one i came accross with what Honda dd wit the VFR400R NC30
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    Thank you very much husaburg. I did not know that sprocket driven speedos where a factory thing , I have tracked one off a cbr 400 here in Wanganui It should be no bother to mount it for me . this means I can get on with mounting the instruments and sorting a headlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Staples View Post
    Thank you very much husaburg. I did not know that sprocket driven speedos where a factory thing , I have tracked one off a cbr 400 here in Wanganui It should be no bother to mount it for me . this means I can get on with mounting the instruments and sorting a headlight
    I knew a few hondas had it, but not this many
    Honda Hornet 250 CBR250 MC22
    NSR250 MC21 MC28
    CBR400 NC23 MC29 CB-1
    VFR400 NC30 NC35

    Glad it all worked out. Keep up the good work. The bike is great.
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    Grumph said this first page lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Grumph View Post
    Yes, you can. Honda NC30 and I think CBR400 run this setup. The bits should be available in NZ - unlike CB1100F clutch covers. While there are a number of CB1100R's in NZ, I don't think any of the cooking F's were imported. Spyda's link to ebay is probably your best bet there - if it fits. The 900 cranks will drop into the 1100 - but I don't know about the cases and covers.
    Vince Sharpe and his mate in Auckland do a better tensioner setup for the camchain on those engines. I've fitted one on a road motor for a customer. Well worth doing IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
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    I made my own bracket for a couple magnets that go on the front sprocket.
    It's pretty easy to go digital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    I made my own bracket for a couple magnets that go on the front sprocket.
    It's pretty easy to go digital.
    easy at that end harder at the dash

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    easy at that end harder at the dash
    I saw some retro looking clocks on Ebay.

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