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Post by Hazzo » Sat May 31, 2014 11:33 am

To sort the carbs on the Triumph and now have a decent throttle response to the redline just the new caliper pistons to put in one side bleed em n do a carb balance n thats one sorted, hoping the Z650 he's got is an easy fix as it feels like a broken spring on the gearlever.

So now I've somewhere dry to work on my own bike and some extra dosh for my jollies, cant be bad eh. This week should have the lot of them up to scratch so Harrys not moaning, in fact he's a happy bunny. :lol:
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Post by BIGMat » Sat May 31, 2014 6:16 pm

Hazzo wrote:Harrys not moaning, in fact he's a happy bunny. :lol:
Blimey H, :shock: That'll make a nice change :lol: :lol: :lol:


Well done by the way =D> =D>
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Post by Hazzo » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:44 am

Thats me Matt I like when everything goes to plan, you should have seen my tantrum yesterday when the fuel knob wouldn't turn n I fiddled with two screws and the whole fkin tap fell apart and pissed petrol all over me and the lockup, I had to go home n change before I could even have a fag to calm me down :lol:
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Post by Steve-TC1 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 9:01 am

Ha the wonders of working on old bikes , what ever you first think it's going to take time wise , double it then add a few hours

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Post by kwakattak » Sun Jun 01, 2014 7:35 pm

8) Well done H. =D> =D>
cheers, Nick.

Let the good times roll.

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Post by Hazzo » Mon Jun 02, 2014 1:13 pm

Other caliper stripped, cleaned, new SS pistons in n seals greased up n back on the bike, just to bleed now then carbs to balance tonight when the workforce upstairs has fked off n I'm home n dry on thisun once I've chucked the bodywork/airbox back on.

Going on to my front swap tomoz on my own bike I'll be glad to see the back of this trumpet, to say its give me grief is an understatement.
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