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About Kzin

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  • Location
    somewhere in your future
  • Interests
    more cheese
    wallace and gromit

    get the f*** off my cheese...

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  • My Power Is
    170 BHP
  • My Torque Is
    106 ft-lbs
  • My Mile Speed Is
    187.9 mph
  • My Top Speed Is
    187.9 mph
  • How Did You Hear About UKBUSAS?
    Search engine
  • What Bike Do You Ride?
    Hayabusa Gen I 99-07
  • What Country Do You Live In?

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  1. Also when watching that first vid - though it's hard to tell, the follower tops look like they show signs of wear. If this is the case, that's very hard to do under normal wear, and not at 300 miles... edit : some of them.
  2. First rule of bike :. Remove the crappy aftermarket alarm. It's crap. It will let you down. Gen 2 and presumably gen 3 have an immobilizer don't they ? Add a tracker, and get a baseball bat, jobs a good'un.
  3. @JOHN-DYNOSTARwill be happy. Means he can now do Gen 3's ! Something he's been waiting for with baited breathe
  4. Sounds like a lot of potential for cheap tweeking in there, cam timing and inlets, 3 cat removal. Torque does look better placed to me as is, but if you wanna play...
  5. tighter, and ability to seal are not necessarily the same thing also does it spin faster at cranking ?
  6. Less blowpast, better tolerances. Throttle bodies should be off/ WO anyway - if it can't breath at cranking speed forget the rest.
  7. Thank you for providing them in the first place
  8. Just what I was after - thanks I've stitched those images together too - better than the original smaller stitch but still subject to the resolution of those original pages, so not brill, but better.
  9. Most excellent. Thankyou muchly. Will help when I'm asked 'wirey' questions...
  10. Ok, I'll break it down - and I appreciate not everyone may be bothered, so was trying to point it out to give you the option of removal. You posted a link. In the link is your postcode. Use that on something like Google earth and this gives your street. It wouldn't take much more to find your house number. Et. voilĂ  - everyone knows where you keep your shiny new bikes. Now you might not keep them there, or you may use a 'pet' postcode that's not yours, but close enough in the town for such searches. I dunno - but personally I'd strip details like this from effectively public posts. But maybe I just live in the wrong area and so think like that...
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