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fluffles
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Hi all newbie here here is my ride ,yzf750r (93) fitted with a thunderace motor (96) 1000 carbs, loom & airbox,duke rear,renthals scooter fairing & vtr1000 bellypan,and plenty of polishing ,its a bit of a mixture ,this bike was built after veiwing gatecrashers fighter :rock

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He's not the mesiya his name's Brian and he's a very naughty boy

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Post by silver »

:welcome

Welcome to the 'hood ! I'd say you got polishing down to a science.

Is that avatar from the movie ? Some nice artwork there as well. Still haven't heard a firm release date.

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djalbin
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Post by djalbin »

Very nice bike ... and welcome to the EXUPBROTHERHOOD :D

Don

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Stig
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Post by Stig »

You ought to try some of this stuff to improve the looks of the headers/collector box. Its not permanent but makes then look a damn sight better than the rusty coating

I used to use it on the front pipe of my old KE125...If used regular, it keeps it looking sweet :D


http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/2-Black-Grate-Pol ... 0067894140

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Post by YZF_Rider »

hey does this also work on stainless downpipes ?
The ones on My FJ go a nice brown colour and look shit.
Even thought is a Remus and cost a lot of dosh.

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Post by Stig »

Don't see why not...as long as they're not too shiny
The polish sticks to the metals surface so if its real smooth it'll rub off as you apply it
I used to put it on the trail bike front pipe whilst it was hottish...creates lots of smoke form the cloth and paste but it seems to stop on for quite some time and makes it slippier for water to stop on

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i like it - well done

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Post by Finigen »

The first thing first.. new one here, so hi to all :hi
You got one nice looking bike there, Fluffles. I have a litlle project starting with my Ace and would have a question about the cooling of that engine. It seems that radiator you are using is not from Ace, more likely the original yzf750r radiator.. At least it seems to be fairly much smaller than the one I have on my bike. How is it working for you? Have you had any problems with overheating or such?

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Post by scar_biker »

:hi welcome to the Hood. Cool Ride.

So that's how you keep your bike so shinny Stig, I thought it was from eating loads of spinach. ;) :lol:

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