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Old 13-06-2014
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A little bit more progress.. rebuilt the forks, re kitted the front brake caliper, fitted up new stator and flywheel, made a chain slider, p/coated the swingarm and new bearings....found a old stock answer pipe..... still heaps to go.. but getting there..
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Few more pics. Modified a 87 kx250 boysen rad valve, stumbled upon a mikuni 38, fits up sweeeet as!!
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Nice progress.

The flat slide carb isn't entirely kosher for Pre-85 racing, if that's the plan for it. Will probably be happily ignored at club level, but...
The old Suzuki-Mikuni flat slides are OK for Pre-85, but you're better off with a round slide.
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What a 82 kx 250 should look like !!

Is that front numberplate correct?
I don't recall having those holes in them?

Great project btw, looking forward to seeing it finished.
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Rideo....Is that front numberplate correct? Yep, ug-ly as, but original (I don't like it either) I don't recall having those holes in them? story go's, to cool the head set bearings

Great project btw, looking forward to seeing it finished.[/QUOTE] shoud be done in a few months I hope
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Just a few more updated pics.... made a chain/case saver, finally completed the rear end, with new bearings and seals... fitted up the NOS rear brake assembly and support arm, fitted up the brake rod.. got a front brake line made up.. throttle assembly and cable, and a set of scott grips ..... also changed the kickstarter and shaft to a 87 kx, looks better and wont hit the barrel like standard one.. I also had a fiddle with the stock expansion chamber, and am not happy with it...so I'm gonna attempt to make my own... nothing aftermarket is available... Its getting there... slowly.... Thanks for looking..
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looks awesome mate - love that front sprocket
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Blast from the past,,,,,

Nice work,,,,
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Just a few more updated pics.... made a chain/case saver, finally completed the rear end, with new bearings and seals... fitted up the NOS rear brake assembly and support arm, fitted up the brake rod.. got a front brake line made up.. throttle assembly and cable, and a set of scott grips ..... also changed the kickstarter and shaft to a 87 kx, looks better and wont hit the barrel like standard one.. I also had a fiddle with the stock expansion chamber, and am not happy with it...so I'm gonna attempt to make my own... nothing aftermarket is available... Its getting there... slowly.... Thanks for looking..
That's very impressive - look forward to seeing it!
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how did you get the tank to come up so good - countless hours sanding and polishing ?
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