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    Thread: Hayabusa won't rev out
Post: RE: Hayabusa won't rev out

Had a similar thing on my gen1. Bought a new aftermarket pump, Bypassed the internal teabag filter and fitted n inline one. No problem since
Pommie Technical Discussion 8 4,550 22-12-2017, 08:41pm
    Thread: gen 1 l/h mirror wanted
Post: RE: gen 1 l/h mirror wanted

harky Wrote: (10-12-2017, 12:24pm) -- pm sent -- i have one but its attached to my bike.  2002 want $3000
Pommie General Discussion 3 1,716 14-12-2017, 09:59pm
    Thread: 2016 Hayabusa
Post: RE: 2016 Hayabusa

It looks the same. I think they're running out of ideas.
Pommie General Discussion 12 2,594 21-11-2015, 02:01pm
    Thread: Cutting Out
Post: Cutting Out

Haven't used my bike for a while but off to Nymboida this weekend for couple of days.  Had the battery on charge on smart charger for a while however it had been discharged for a while. Battery is les...
Pommie Technical Discussion 1 969 01-04-2015, 08:48pm
    Thread: Engine mount bolt
Post: RE: Engine mount bolt

Job done, thanks for the input. Drilled and tapped
Pommie Technical Discussion 4 735 15-03-2015, 01:04pm
    Thread: Engine mount bolt
Post: RE: Engine mount bolt

I've tried the heating with a butane torch just won't give. Going in with drill and tap.
Pommie Technical Discussion 4 735 15-03-2015, 10:39am
    Thread: Engine mount bolt
Post: Engine mount bolt

I've just managed to snap and engine mounting bolt.  Its the top one, LHS.  I was taking off the frame slider as it looked gross as the chrome was flaking off.  Anyway I've managed to drill out the br...
Pommie Technical Discussion 4 735 14-03-2015, 06:54pm
    Thread: why no new threads?
Post: RE: why no new threads?

oldest answer... push them in ????
Pommie General Discussion 21 3,236 15-02-2015, 09:45am
    Thread: The AHC Gym - FREE Entry
Post: RE: The AHC Gym - FREE Entry

Sure fire way of losing weight is to eat less and move more. I should take my own advice really :D
Pommie Not Bike Related 33 8,633 28-10-2014, 02:25pm
    Thread: The AHC Gym - FREE Entry
Post: RE: The AHC Gym - FREE Entry

I gave up 9 years ago. At the time my stepdaughter had CF and I didn't smoke in the house but over the years especially in the Army I would smoke 30 a day min. I even gave up smoking cigs and turn...
Pommie Not Bike Related 33 8,633 18-10-2014, 10:19am
    Thread: Replace tyres using zip ties
Post: RE: Replace tyres using zip ties

mozzie26 Wrote: (03-07-2014, 05:46pm) -- I wonder if you can break the bead and use the cable tie method to remove the old Tyre from the rim? -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qaom3dHtVNU [hr] moz...
Pommie Hayabusa Tyres, Wheels & Suspension 6 1,867 03-07-2014, 05:54pm
    Thread: Replace tyres using zip ties
Post: Replace tyres using zip ties

Anyone tried it ??? looks too easy https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=tI01yB8clSM
Pommie Hayabusa Tyres, Wheels & Suspension 6 1,867 03-07-2014, 05:20pm
    Thread: Pirelli Angel GT No.1 For mileage?
Post: RE: Pirelli Angel GT No.1 For mileage?

Depends how you ride I reckon Shifu . If you use the roads like a racetrack then they probably wouldn't last that long. Last thing I feel like doing on my way to work at 4am dodging loose cows horses ...
Pommie Hayabusa Tyres, Wheels & Suspension 22 8,120 17-06-2014, 01:59pm
    Thread: Pirelli Angel GT No.1 For mileage?
Post: RE: Pirelli Angel GT No.1 For mileage?

I had a set on mine. Got around 10 out of them. Mainly commuting. Took em from Gold Coast to Great Ocean Rd and back. Bit alarming how quickly the last bit of tread turned to canvass though. I looked ...
Pommie Hayabusa Tyres, Wheels & Suspension 22 8,120 17-06-2014, 09:07am
    Thread: 10 Most Annoying Driving habits
Post: RE: 10 Most Annoying Driving habits

Driving along in the Rh lane but with the lh indicator going. Regular one this on Gold Coast especially after people have exited a roundabout. Do you undertake or wait just incase they are moving over
Pommie General Discussion 4 1,410 15-05-2014, 08:01pm
    Thread: starting problem
Post: RE: starting problem

Might have correct voltage but low CCA's
Pommie Technical Discussion 16 2,708 14-05-2014, 09:27pm
    Thread: booting idiots
Post: RE: booting idiots

Seamen Stains is Rodger the Cabinboy's best mate
Pommie General Discussion 18 4,236 14-05-2014, 08:24pm
    Thread: booting idiots
Post: RE: booting idiots

I missed it again Every forum I'm on I miss the biffo
Pommie General Discussion 18 4,236 13-05-2014, 08:04pm
    Thread: Cheap Chinese rotors anyone?
Post: RE: Cheap Chinese rotors anyone?

You need details on age of rotors I reckon. Same as anything, you make enough eventually you get a bad batch
Pommie Technical Discussion 11 2,287 06-05-2014, 08:53pm
    Thread: GIVING CREDIT WERE CREDIT IS DUE
Post: RE: GIVING CREDIT WERE CREDIT IS DUE

I used a nut and bolt and welded the nut to the bolt. Found them both in a bucket of nuts,and bolts at work.
Pommie General Discussion 14 2,472 09-03-2014, 06:45pm