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Not too far away then. Near Huddersfield! :-)
Looks like it! :upyeah:
Yep. There should be a lever which is fixed to the clutch master bracket.
Different setup but shows where the fast idle lever goes.
Not sure. Only seen the newer type.
The air pressure/temperature sensor is wrong too. The older bikes had them there, the 996r and 998 had them fitted to the headlight bucket bracket.
Don’t know. You’ll have a well sorted bike but when you come (if) you come to sell it, if the engine / frame numbers don’t match, it might put a...
I know but one day I will and thou shall be shagged! :-)
Stopped smoking mate! :-)
Where abouts in Yorkshire are you? There’s a few of us round here and we meet up when we can.
Good for you mate! Let us know how you got on!
I used to have a basic 848 and that was a cracking bike! That colour scheme is up there with the...
Hello and welcome. For just a bit more you get an 848 evo Corse se. A few more trick parts on these.
just had a quick scan. That one at Ducati...
Take the restrictions out of the air tubes and bin them. That’s all they’re fit for!
These threads really help us get through these bad times well enough.
Keep up the good work Tony. But knowing you, it’s probably nearly finished! :-)
And a decent front end to suit! :cool:
Just the scotch brite, Paul. No need for anything else unless you want to polish it further.
No mate, nothing that dramatic. Nowt left to do really. Chain and sprockets fo fit, a bit of a polish and job’s a good un.
Excellent thread mate. Nailed it on the head by saying getting through these difficult times. I’ve just about put mine back together but can see...
Well done mate. Done yourself proud there! :upyeah:
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If you want to have a go yourself, scotch brit on an orbital sander will remove that and leave a nice satin finish which you can then polish up if...