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Oil leaks 89 900 ss
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Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Thu Jul 02, 2020 10:48 am ]
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Yeah and I see some guys add dampers to the 900 as well, I know the 850 lemans needed one, 34.7 mm forks wouldn't have helped and no standard fork brace, 38 mm marzochis was the mod there, I suppose if you're wringing the neck out of any bike a steering damper is a good thing

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Fri Jul 31, 2020 1:20 pm ]
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I have the engine off to justin on Monday so things are starting to move again , although standing here looking at it and it just seems like I've gone back so far, the hose between the rear res and the rear master cylinder was sweating so that's all off but pretty keen again because I originally didn't see a engine rebuild and now she'll be all tickety boo, this will inspire me to pull my finger out and crack on with the painting

Author:  bbeen71 [ Sat Aug 22, 2020 3:06 pm ]
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HIGHWAY89 wrote:
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Were You able to fit the tank over these filters? Just about to get started on the same installation and have those air filters already so would be nice to use them.

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Sun Aug 23, 2020 12:52 am ]
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As far as filters go i havent really nailed that yet, im guessing they will have to be some type of unipro soft filters ,Justin says he can slightly modify the inlets if necessary but at this stage looking at the easy flexible fix, i cant open your attatchment to see your choice of filters, originally i had the mikuni conversion with foam unis which worke. The fcr's are very tight / close to lower part of battery box but do clear framework , in hindsight splits are a better option on this model.i hope that helps .

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Sun Aug 23, 2020 12:57 am ]
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the soupcan k and n filters on page 25 here are not fitted up correctly,that would involve modifying the inlet tracts

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Sun Aug 23, 2020 12:58 am ]
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yeah they are blocked by that thin top cross tube

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Sun Aug 23, 2020 1:00 am ]
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also the soupcan k and n's will fit under tank just need to fit them correctly first

Author:  bbeen71 [ Sun Aug 23, 2020 9:10 pm ]
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HIGHWAY89 wrote:
As far as filters go i havent really nailed that yet, im guessing they will have to be some type of unipro soft filters ,Justin says he can slightly modify the inlets if necessary but at this stage looking at the easy flexible fix, i cant open your attatchment to see your choice of filters, originally i had the mikuni conversion with foam unis which worke. The fcr's are very tight / close to lower part of battery box but do clear framework , in hindsight splits are a better option on this model.i hope that helps .

I might just delete the battery box and relocate the battery. Also thought about splits, but hoping to avoid the extra cost. looking at the pictures those splits also look to sit quite high?

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 12:15 pm ]
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dont forget even deleting the battery box , you still have the top cross tube limiting your filter options

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 12:17 pm ]
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the split fcrs or delortos fit onto shorter inlet stubs giving more filter options

Author:  bbeen71 [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 2:26 pm ]
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HIGHWAY89 wrote:
dont forget even deleting the battery box , you still have the top cross tube limiting your filter options

Might relocate the crosstube also ;)

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Sat Aug 29, 2020 12:28 am ]
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yeah its a good fix, too late for me, i wont backtrack that far and powdercoat all done just too much work, ill be keen to see your progress

Author:  bbeen71 [ Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:43 am ]
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HIGHWAY89 wrote:
yeah its a good fix, too late for me, i wont backtrack that far and powdercoat all done just too much work, ill be keen to see your progress


Might have to upload some pictures, but barely time to wrench so little time for project threads..

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Fri Sep 04, 2020 11:51 am ]
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I finally aquired some brake fluid compatible hose for the rear reservoir to master , I went to so many businesses to find it and lucky last , perth brake parts, engine strip next tuesday

Author:  HIGHWAY89 [ Sun Sep 20, 2020 12:53 am ]
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Sorry no updates as still waiting to hear that protwin has stripped the engine, let you know whats up when things happen.

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