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    Is that the RGV150 disc Sully says he wants as well in the NWM Soc Group, Trudes?


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    Nope don't think so, looks like we both need one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trudes View Post
    Mudguard sorted. Anyone got a RGV150 front disc?? Please!
    Does it have to be WoF legal? Pyrocam should have one that failed compliance.
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    Are there any rules about cutting bits off frames and welding bits on ?

    And are there bucket motards.

    And anyone got a Ts/C/F 125 zorst ?

    EDIT: Do I *need* an exhaust?
    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark
    This world has lost it's drive, everybody just wants to fit in the be the norm as it were.
    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Vincent
    The manufacturers go to a lot of trouble to find out what the average rider prefers, because the maker who guesses closest to the average preference gets the largest sales. But the average rider is mainly interested in silly (as opposed to useful) “goodies” to try to kid the public that he is riding a racer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ixion View Post
    Are there any rules about cutting bits off frames and welding bits on ?

    And are there bucket motards.

    And anyone got a Ts/C/F 125 zorst ?

    EDIT: Do I *need* an exhaust?
    Basically you can do anything as long as the bucket doesn't fall apart and this resembles a motorbike with the legal capcity etc. Some Kart tracks have specific regs however. pretty relaxed tho.

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    1)No rules about cutting etc/welding just make sure it doesn't fall apart
    2)Yes there are bucket motards
    3)Yes you need a exhaust. But that can be a piece of tubing/home made. As long as its not stuipdly loud.

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    Thank you. Chewing gum FTW.
    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Vincent
    The manufacturers go to a lot of trouble to find out what the average rider prefers, because the maker who guesses closest to the average preference gets the largest sales. But the average rider is mainly interested in silly (as opposed to useful) “goodies” to try to kid the public that he is riding a racer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ixion View Post
    Does it have to be WoF legal? Pyrocam should have one that failed compliance.
    Nope. Cheers, I'll send him a msg.

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    Who can hook me up with a gear linkage?

    Hey bucketeers - can anyone hook me up with a gear linkage?

    The box on me bucket is reverse-pattern and I want to swap to regular (too dumb to learn 1-up (to go down), rest down (to go up) er...).

    The bucket is an RG150 frame but I think anything can be rigged to it.

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    Ahhh,... if ya gonna attach an image, Korea, make it a little bigger.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Korea View Post
    Hey bucketeers - can anyone hook me up with a gear linkage?
    The bucket is an RG150 frame but I think anything can be rigged to it.
    I might have a linkage like the pic. I'm not sure. The RG came with a linkage already as std didn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skunk View Post
    I might have a linkage like the pic. I'm not sure. The RG came with a linkage already as std didn't it?
    yes.. but it is about 3 X longer... sorry i don't have a spare...


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    Quote Originally Posted by nudemetalz View Post
    Ahhh,... if ya gonna attach an image, Korea, make it a little bigger.....
    My bad - the image was just for illustrative purposes in case there was some fandangle terminology for 'gear linkage' I don't know about... what's 'fandangle' anywho?

    Actually, anything remotely gear-linkage-like that I can bolt, bend or weld into place so I can turn my reverse-pattern into regular pattern shifting would be great...

    Here's what the existing appendage looks like:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumba View Post
    While we are discussing gaurds anyone got a GSXR250 one lying around?
    I THINK these may be the same as a GSX250, RG150 and probably a few other similar size suzukis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koba View Post
    RG150
    With you saying that it reminds me I have got one of those lying around in my other tool shed. I will have to go dig it out and see if it fits.

    For the record Qkkid was in my bed, not the other way round

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumba View Post
    With you saying that it reminds me I have got one of those lying around in my other tool shed. I will have to go dig it out and see if it fits.
    hmmm, really...?

    Im a bit of a collector of these you see....
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