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  2. picture is very small wraith, have you got a bigger one ? looks interesting
  3. Dezza

    wrong speedo

    Are they Alan Partridge's driving gloves?
  4. Just for a bit more info, a old pic of my old gs850 with xv800 rear wheel in it.
  5. Today
  6. You need the smallest turbine housing to get some decent spooling time.
  7. ARNO

    wrong speedo

    The needles should have same color
  8. Probably less heat in the intake too with a big turbo
  9. I'm thinking of taking it, I probably need a bigger intake pipe, that gives it less restrictions in the intake and exhaust, so most likely better running off boost to a higher rpm.. I have no idea how to read those maps..
  10. those gtx’s are the bomb …… that 3071 may be a bit big for your application but for almost free……. take it !
  11. What are the head light brackets from shipmate (bit that bolts to the head light)
  12. Unless there's a really good reason e.g. insurance costs as a younger rider or you already have the 750 engine, do you have to keep the 600 Blandit? If not it would be much easier to fix and then sell-on the 600 Blandit and then buy a 1200 Blandit, as the price difference isn't that much. Apart from the bigger engine, the 1200 has better brakes and an alloy swingarm as standard and so is a better 'donor bike' than a 600
  13. My 750L speedo looks exactly like yours (but with a few more km's on the odometer )
  14. Gents, I can get my hands on a free gtx3071r turbo, ball bearing, almost new. My mate had it on his Subie, cranking out about 500hp, he got himself something with more output. Now I'm not after big HP numbers, I have the idea that a bigger turbo with less boost might be better then a small turbo with a more boost. I've got an VF20 now, full boost at 4000rpm, but a lot of detonation, I think the detonation is because of the small turbo. But the gtx3071r, would that be too big? I've got 1245cc cylinders on my bike. Thanks
  15. Simbec1863

    wrong speedo

    Slabby speedos look like this
  16. fab

    wrong speedo

    i have a 1990L 750 and i think it has a different speedo fitted to it(maybe off a slabby) it has a orange needle and has 280km. the tacho has a red needle. the problem is that it reads nearly 20kms to high at all speeds does anyone know what its off first, and what does a original 1990 one look like. what is the gear ratio on the hub drive( just to make sure i have the right one)
  17. Oi oi, cheers for havin me, right I’ve acquired a mk2 600 bandit that’s been down the road, it didn’t owe anything when I got it but I’m having to start spending money on it now to sort an that bugs me on a bland 600, so if I’m gonna spend and put time into I wanna make summit I’ll keep with it, so I’m thinking about wackin a gsxr 750l engine in, already have some carbs floating about I can rebuild that should do the job for it, what else will I need? Cdi? Coils? What’s an easy front end swap etc? Cheers wise people’s
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  19. Paulm

    Dyno Day 2021

    Game on then Nick
  20. Allspeeds

    Dyno Day 2021

    Just to say I’m happy to open up no matter the numbers if we get done early I mite even have a rare blast over to see clives chickens on my slingy turbo if some of you are staying there
  21. Okay, I’ll give it decent thrash and see what happens… Thanks
  22. Could be gummed up rings or it could be glazed bores from never been ridden hard enough! I bought a 7,000 mile old bike that was 20 years old and it always smoked for a good 5 - 10 minutes on start up - never got any better in 25k miles - eventually got so fed up with it, I replaced all the rings and completed an Italian tune up - never smoked ever again!
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