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Stan's z1000st project

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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#91 PostAuthor: Gus » Wed Jul 19, 2017 1:41 pm

That's crackin'.

Well done on the conversion.
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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#92 PostAuthor: ADRIAN H » Wed Jul 19, 2017 2:36 pm

Well done with the conversion to chain, a right B******* job to do.

Are you going to change your side panel badges to MK11 ones, otherwise you may confuse a few people. :D
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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#93 PostAuthor: Fred the Zed » Wed Jul 19, 2017 6:38 pm

Nice Job! Looks great. Well done.

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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#94 PostAuthor: Desperate Stan » Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:29 pm

ADRIAN H wrote:Well done with the conversion to chain, a right B******* job to do.

Are you going to change your side panel badges to MK11 ones, otherwise you may confuse a few people. :D

Cheers for all the positive feedback!,hadn't planned to change the badges tbh..more fun to leave em on I reckon! ,do need to sort the exhaust tho ..the harris is on its last legs,collector box is shot and had to have the pipe welded as it almost snapped over xmas.Not sure what to get tho really?

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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#95 PostAuthor: ADRIAN H » Thu Jul 20, 2017 8:05 am

Desperate Stan wrote:
ADRIAN H wrote: do need to sort the exhaust tho ..the harris is on its last legs,collector box is shot and had to have the pipe welded as it almost snapped over xmas.Not sure what to get tho really?


I have a spare Marving 4 - 1 you can have £100 ? May need to see how the rear mount fits though, before buying ?
Rear mounting bracket needs rechroming, and where downpipes meet needs a repaint.

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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#96 PostAuthor: Desperate Stan » Thu Jul 20, 2017 5:58 pm

Cheers ,am very interested! pm sent thanks

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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#97 PostAuthor: ADRIAN H » Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:50 am

Desperate Stan wrote:Cheers ,am very interested! pm sent thanks


have nt received one :?: e mail me and I will take some more pictures. my email address adrianhorsfield@live.co.uk
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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#98 PostAuthor: Desperate Stan » Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:02 pm

Merry xmas all ,since my last post have only covered 200 odd miles.Thanks to Adrian H who kindly offered me a nice condition Marving pipe ,managed to make it fit and looks much tidier than my old harris! Need to sort a proper hanging bracket at present it fouls the rear footrest so have had to remove it for now.
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took this pic today after a run down to Bournemouth to visit a mate ,have also fitted a Pingel fuel tap now ,my standard one fouled the bigger cv carbs also it seems the bike is running lean at higher revs ,Debbens advised trying the tap which would flow more fuel..roads weren't great today so was being quite careful out but did seem to be pulling better ,if it dosn't cure the problem will try bigger jets at present they are 132.5? would be interested to know what other people are using in similar carbs?thanks
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..looking forward to getting out a lot more next year now all the hard work is done! cheers Stan.
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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#99 PostAuthor: ADRIAN H » Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:45 pm

Lovely job, hope to see in the flesh one day.
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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#100 PostAuthor: Desperate Stan » Sun Dec 31, 2017 8:58 pm

ADRIAN H wrote:Lovely job, hope to see in the flesh one day.

Cheers Adrian ,will do! i'll be making a lot more effort to get out on the bike in 2018 :D

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Re: Stan's z1000st project

#101 PostAuthor: ADRIAN H » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:25 pm

Desperate Stan wrote:
ADRIAN H wrote:Lovely job, hope to see in the flesh one day.

Cheers Adrian ,will do! i'll be making a lot more effort to get out on the bike in 2018 :D

Sounds like a plan. :D
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