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it's really difficult to find these and if you should find one expect to pay huuuuge dollars... I sent you a PM. Here's a look at some of those HPP covers Stock Mugen HPR (adjustable preload for HPP) Wirtz (adjustable preload for HPP)
It was the first race after lunch and the track got just watered before.It was all hardpack with just a slimey top at first... really slick in the beginning.
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I definitely agree that there is no more power to be generated by these channels, but they sure make for the same effect as your trying to block "hot" air from coming in from below by instead bringing some fresh air down there. I'd say by putting that ... more »
Niiice polish job on your tank
Top 3 from practice that day just prior to the gate drop...one big friendship
Found it - Unadilla looks really nice! What i like the most about these vintage races i do, especially in Italy, is the relaxed and friendly athmosphere. There is no bad word in the pits! All one big family, addicted motoheads with nice bikes that share
Sounds cool. Do you have a link to those videos? Me too - i'm using my 1990 Mugen equipped bikes against modern 450s over here. And i also plan to use my 89 this year as i got it really fast, even without the use of a Mugen.
Over here in Switzerland we have freezing temperaturs and quite a bit of snow thus no riding since about 6 weeks. It was just enough now to have my wrist heal again after they removed all the metal.... So i jumped on the occasion when my good friend
I'm not sure if mine have the colour you are looking for. Me too i tried to mimick the magnesium colour on my lowers. The colour i used is from STANDOBLUE for a spanish SEAT car -----> BOAL-MET / 880739 But anyway - you'll find pictures of several
Ok-here i am again. It's now almost exactly 1 year ago i shattered my wrist and got it operated. But just the other day i finally had all the metal removed again Bye-bye....i hope i don't need you again anythime soon:
Sorry for a little italian offtopic: Certo che c'é ! Vai su MxBars sul forum Tecnica MX: http://forum.mxbars.net/viewforum.php?f=5 saluti Nino
Not yet! I might try riding for the forst time in over 6 months just tomorrow. Regarding the ATAC engines: no, i haven't ridden one yet. I am just now finishing another 89 which i bought as a spare bike for the vintage races i'll do. I hope to have it
Believe me - your 125 might weigh even more that 203 lbs! I weighed several 125s and it takes quite a bit of searching for lighter parts and extensive weight savings to get them sub 200 lbs...only the 2016 KTM is sub 200 stock.
Me in 1989 on my aluminium framed VRP Mugen 125:
Well - when you ding rims you definitely would have flattened with MX tubes as well...time to raise some psi instead