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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Pezz_gs, Feb 11, 2018.
If you keep the PE airbox you can have more letters in your bikes name
Not sure Reg can run out of letter @Terrabones
On top of whats covered above, there's . . . . . . . .
KTM 640 front and rear guard umm I mean fairing
PE400 Rear shocks are replicas
Thinks thats a bout all of Reg's Pedigree
Yes , i can see where you are going with it but i’m Not quite sure on the colour of the rear guard.... although i’m Not quite sure if its that or the lump of 4 x 2 holding the tank up.... ?????
Not 4 x 2, 65mm x 35mm treated pine.
Well I may have found some inspiration for Scrapheap 10 but dont tell tROY . . . . .
Scrapheap 10 will have quite a few Scrapper Choppers being built . . . . .
Aint it pretty
You need help, Pezz.
Yep, You're more than welcome to lend a hand or donate parts any time Woddy
Will there be , now?
You never know what's going on in people's minds/sheds
Anyone know maximum wheelbase for motorcycles?
I'm across the ADR550 rule for the front end
I dunno if there is one mate? Reminds me i really must discuss some ideas i have about getting that rake and having a decent trail number as well. I'll email ya tomorrow
the pillion pegs are beckoning dis arsed her
Its been a minute or two since I have posted on here! I missed last year due to the birth of my youngest boy (think my wife was beeing a bit padentic abuot me being home!), however I will be joining again this year.
Same as the first year my father in law, how specifically got his licence just to do scrapheap will be joining as wel as my brother.
Currently rebuilding 1 or 2 TF185's we pulled out of my wifes uncles shed to get one good bike and I will be joining on my Z650 which mets scrapper requirements (hopefully whacking on a set of knobbies will be enough!!)
will post pics of the z650 and TF185 works in the scrapheap builders thread
You blokes will know.....
I have pulled the front caliper of my MZ 250 and it needs a severe overhaul.
The earlier (disc brake ) models had a brembo but later ones like mine were fitted with a copy. I had a quick look on gumtree/ebay, locally to see if there was an early '80's bmw single pot calipers anywhere that may be cheaper than buying pistons, pins , clips and seals .
Then I got to thinking (always dangerous) brembos are fitted to many bikes and brembo copies are not all that unusual. I wonder if an old ducati or Guzzi caliper might fit my bike
Upon further research I found that pictured is an MZ copy of the brembo F08 p/n 20.3556.40 used in GP bikes in the 1970's and finding there way on to many European production bikes in the 80's : BM, Guzzis, Laverdas, Ducatis and more
And interesting cross reference chart here
Classic bikes magazine featured a guide to rebuilding these brakes a few years back
Gday Max. Something to consider also, KTM dirt bikes all have Brembo front brakes. Twin piston single sided. Common as.
I keep coming back to look at this. Its a mesmerizing thing of great beauty
looks too good to ride, max, a bloke'd be scared to wheel it out of the shed.
Mmmmm, theres something about these big wheel things that .....................