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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by kiffsta, Jan 17, 2011.
Again...pity it isnt in NSW
Look's like there's possibly a new range of disc's available at MetalGear for the FZR250R's?
Not sure why the the first 2 have 2x 3 bolt pattern's or the front disc has a 4x bolt pattern ?
maybe they've just used a generic disc photo's?
Still over $400 for the fronts though.
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Looks all there
1991 Yamaha FZR250, 3LN model, LAMS approv, Red Plate eligible. Low Klm. needs battery. All lights work. Standard and unaltered. Old snoozers' bike. Located Ferntree Gully.
Got an email. Clicked on the link...and already SOLD.
The asking price was $10k. But it does look showroom new.
GSF250V in Sydney, don't see many of them around let alone for sale
Wow ... that one has the optional analog clock ...
An inexpensive bike for someone...
1990 yamaha fzr250
Deception Bay QLD 4508
1990 Yamaha fzr250 running engine. no oil leaks can be test ridden just had oil change new battery very loud and very quick carbs need tune fearing's are all there no rego or road worthy as is where is
don't need to sell so no stupid offers
Just picked up a Batteryless Ultra Capacitor 600A (1750 Farad) Jump Starter at Repco for $69, they're a clearance item atm.
These have no batterys inside to keep maintained / Charged but use Super Capacitors to hold a charge. They take 60 seconds to charge from a good 12v battery, 100 seconds to charge from a 12v power supply or 15 minutes to charge from a 5v usb port before you use it.
If your Repco can't get them in for you let me know and i can grab one and post it, the shop in Adelaide had 20+ left
If you want a bigger capacity one you could buy a second one ^ and run them in parrallel or buy the bigger one
Repcos' bigger 1200A Ultra Capacitor starter is $299 retail
Saw this on Gumtree and was wondering what level of quality it would be and who makes/supplies them to Hyosung
Look's like they're made by Kayaba (KYB) going by this, unless that's who make's the replacement shock