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^ nice one Kate.

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Mark, how much fork tube you got showing above the top yoke?
ive got 10mm from the yolk to the top of the leg not including the top hat
reason for the length is that i find it alot better for turning in at speed with that much above the yolk

kate im free to play with your bike from April onwards ......hahaha

thanks for your comments i want to get on and finish it but the weather is just to bloody cold at the moment
but cant wait till its all finished as ive got some nice trips on her this year so should be racking up alot of miles

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Iv got mine at 8.75mm, I'm gonna remove the forks & flush out the two year old fluid & replace it in the spring.
I'm thinking of raising them a mm or two.

Right now its like 31f, With 25mph wind gust. (As I set here I can hear it howling & blowing the wind chimes) can U say cold?

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ive had mine at 15mm it was good on the track but not so good on the road
but ive got different internals in mine

as for temperature its minus some thing over here so yep i know what you mean
yes mate as they say
cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey.....hehehe
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what im doing now is collecting B plastics .....and J frames
so im going to convert a couple .....if any one is interested when they are done ...
it should be a straight bolt on conversion with the modified frame and plastics
the plastics will be primed all for you colour to go on
the frame will be painted satin black

all you will need to do is cut down your battery tray/undershield ....to fit it all in
and buy a new light unit
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mark.. i know its not because its ur bike.. but is ur chain rusty?.. i think thats the only thing i would change on ur bike... go with a different color chain.. that one just doesnt flow with the bike..
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blazen you are funny mate .....its a gold DID chain that goes with all the gold bits on the bike and its only been on less than 2000 miles ...........its just got alot of wax on it
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What different internals do ya got in them forks Marks?

I think what Blazen is on about is your rearsets, They might look better gold.
Another reason you should just box em up & send em to me.

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i got maxton internals in them ......and they are bloody good
as for the rear sets .....they are staying put .......nice try mike but it wont happen .....hehehehehe
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hahaha cant blame me for trying.

Maxton huh, springs & valves?

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hahaha cant blame me for trying.

Maxton huh, springs & valves?
the full lot ....sent a pair of forks to them and the built me a new set
everything internal has been changed and upgraded

the front end on my bike is fantastic......i love it
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Sounds great, You should throw a quality rear on as-well.
I dream of a Penske or WP, Of course an Ohlins would be great too.

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i know it sounds weird but a standard rear end suits my way of riding .......hence the tyre ....i like to ride loose and slide the rear alot


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yep I see that. you are riding harder than me there my friend.
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that tyre was on 300 miles....im abit of a tyre killer

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