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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by my67xr, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. my67xr

    my67xr Bike Enthusiast Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    There isn't a date on the LOCTTLF, the Kafuter was made in 4/2018
    I have been using my old Loctite 242 that i bought in 2000 until recently when it ran out.
     
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    and an ultrasonic cleaner turned up as well as a new airbrush. You have to love carbs, right? I know Mr @GreyImport does. I am going to offer an over the top reconditioning service which will be everything including throttle shaft seals, plating, painting etc.

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    Looks good, don’t forget to add the GST for us Aussies


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    No, she'll be right mate. I'll just stop at $69,999.99 and Robert's your mother's brother.
     
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    Hopefully one of my last purchases of 2nd hand parts from Japan.

    Reasonable set of indicators.

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    A much better air cleaner / battery box than my original. A little sanding and some satin black paint and it will look new.

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    More bling

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    What was the damage on the levers? I assume the Master Cylinder is the larger one for Dual Disc front end.. I forget which size it is now..
     
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    kinda reminds me of the parachute packer guarantee" If this chute doesn't open, bring it back for a no questions asked replacement" :D
     
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    Could be an issue.. Should be 17mm bore for Dual Disc setup. 14mm suits the single disc 2 piston caliper.
    See how it feels when you get it all together I guess.. as you say.. it is more for slowing you down rather than stopping super quick at the Drag Strip.
     
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    I just looked up the FZR specs and its 15.78mm front and 14mm rear
     
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    Interesting... that is the "old" imperial 5/8" but I couldnt find any listings for that size Master Cylinder bore on Fleabay..mostly 14mm and 17mm.
    Still they do look nice :)
     
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    Thats it for the Flyer ... bling first , practicality second :prankster:
     
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    That would be a classic stunt ... turn up to the strip with a parachute attached to the rear and a big wheelie bar ... on a 250 :crazypilot:

    Thats interesting with testing the Chinese hose ... :thumb_ups:

    M10 is the standard banjo bolt size ... yea?
     
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    Just going by what it looks like because they don't tell you what you are buying, but that hose looks like AN4 which is okay for hydraulic clutches but brake lines are always AN3.

    The Honda VFR400 which uses twin 4-piston calipers runs a 14mm master cylinder.
     
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