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My bike is a VJ21 I bought 3 years ago for track days. I did my first top end rebuild towards the end of last year. Thanks to Sean at TTW for...
Not my bike!
OK, so I have undone the 4 lower clamps on the inlet manifold rubbers. The material itself is rock hard.
The clamps move freely when you push...
Finally got around to fitting one tonight.
Didn’t take long. This is how I did it.
1. Crack off the 17mm recessed hex socket cap at the top of...
I haven’t fitted them yet. Been to busy rebuilding my RGV.
I’ll be fitting them over the next few months.
I’ll post up whem I’m done.
Thanks for the update. I was unaware. Sad times for the family and higher priorities.
As per title, the teamtiger.com.au website for the guys that run MC22s in P6 racing is currently down.
Anyone have any info.?
Thanks for the replies jimv50.
I’ll try a cheap db killer for now and see how I get on.
Unfortunately my MC22 already has their carbon 30cm shorty on. I don’t like it.
I like the revs not the decibels hence I’m after a...
I’m after a stock OEM muffler for my MC22.
I figure with all the stubbies and straight through end cans that people fit there must be...
Thanks for all the advice. I’ll start with the compression check as I had overlooked that.
I’ve pulled the tank and airbox off to investigate the poor starting on my MC22.
Whilst I am in there what parts on the carbs as a minimum...
Thanks for the replies folks
Thanks for that. What have you taken off or replaced to get 152kg?
As per title,
What weight (ready to race) have you MC22 racers got your bikes down to?
I have had feedback from Honda to say the YOM letter is correct and to confirm that the commercial name differs from the name on the Honda system....
The dating letter came through from Honda UK today. Mine was built in Hamamatsu on the 9th of March 1990.
However, they have given the model as...
Thanks for that. I couldn’t find them before. When I use the page I get $130 USD each, plus postage to UK, plus the wonderful import duty makes it...
According to the racetech site the EX300 springs are 0.65kg/mm
I checked the price and have ordered a set from Kawasaki UK at £49 for the pair....
Are the Ninja EX300R springs this part number?
Does anyone know what spring rate they are?