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sportstu last won the day on April 16

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About sportstu

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    VF500, VFR750, VFR400x2, Daytona 675, Ducati 748
  1. It's very good quality. I fitted it myself and I am not an upholsterer at all. The fit is excellent. I should have used a bit more glue but overall I'm really happy.
  2. Not a numpty question at all mate. It's not a 24 hour race so there is no need for lights. We will have a number board there for the event, I just haven't made it yet.
  3. Many thanks for the nice comments. Pete would be happy to have a chat about exhausts, his work is top drawer and very good value in my opinion.
  4. Haha, the fender is on the right way but it's not a vf fender. I think it's from a cbr400 or something similar. I did try it the other way around but it could the Tyre. I think it looks racy.
  5. Thanks for that jrod. The radiator is a vfr750 unit from a 1997 model. It actually fits very nice, just got to make some simple brackets and cut the fairing. The hose unions are 25mm so standard hoses may have to stretch a bit.
  6. She starts and runs! Needs a full set up but the early signs are very positive. All of the bodywork is now quick release and I have to say I'm really happy with the overall look of it
  7. She's looking good! Couple of bits still to arrive but there will be some finished pictures before the end of the weekend
  8. Managed to fit the rear master cylinder with clearance to the frame. In hindsight I would have chosen different rearsets but at least it's done now! Tomorrow I'm doing the cooling system and fitting the carbs. Nearly there..........
  9. This is the cable clutch conversion. It actually works perfectly! Really pleased with it, nice light action and weighs much less that the hydraulic set up and keeps the left bar nice and clean.