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  1. maybe not George but the thought of it gives me the ebee geebies a lot safer on a roller bearing crank
  2. just changing the M.J. won't fix it, its more involved than that. why are you fitting pods ?
  3. are you talking about a street scrambler or an off road type scrambler ?
  4. that would help keeping the cable in line i managed to get out on the bike yesterday and with what ive done so far has made a difference, still heavier than an oil cooled clutch but better than it was.
  5. yep but super strong and they buff up nice
  6. the new thinking is after some time the bores will smooth out and give a better seal with the rings which is what you want, if you hone them they will have to bed back in again. if it was mine I'd just fit them back in as is as you have good compression.
  7. us paupers use a file but a mill will come in handy
  8. also triumph use the same but have triumph embossed on them.
  9. ive seen them but don't know where to get them !!! never had an issue with checking the float height the normal way.
  10. are you saying all 4 are sticking ? very unusual if it is !!! i'd be checking the fuel line into the carbs as it sounds like a blockage.
  11. yuck !!!! a new one will make a difference when i got my GSX1100 it wasn't charging very good so checked my genny and it was like new ???? not bad for an over 40 year old, turned out to be the reg/rec and plenty of dodgy connectors. so treated it to an AGM battery and an upgrade on the reg/rec plus a bypass of that silly headlight wire charges perfect now
  12. I don't think a healthy battery will deplete at idle, your not at idle for long enough normally, but worth checking all the connections from the genny up, its an old bike/harness so won't be perfect, also check you have good earths. the charging is a bit on the low side.
  13. they look like the same tops you get on the Z1000J ?
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