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[align=center]Post up pictures of miscellaneous bike parts and tools of interest here.


This is not a discussion thread... it's a reference picture library.

Any specific pictures that are part of maintenance threads are best kept there.

Please keep pictures small (ie. 480x360) so there are no tears about bandwidth :rolleyes: If you need a picture hosted, PM me.
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CBR250 Pistons




CBR250 Clutch




CBR250 Shims




CBR250 Gear Box




CBR250RR Engine in Pieces




CBR250 Position Lights
The small bulb that sits in the headlight. If your headlights fail at night, these at least mark your position on the road so oncoming traffic have a slight chance of seeing you.




CBR250 Battery
Dynavolt YTX7L-BS




CBR250 Starter Motor




Clean Chain
Just because it's rare to see one :dodgy:




CBR250 Worn out chain slider
Not sitting in position.




CBR250 Horn




The famous Arrowmax!
Also known as Arrowstacks :s




Vacuum Gauge
Used with balancing the carb butterflies




Group buys
Getting good products at bulk price!




Dyno Charts
Because "feels faster" is such a subjective statement




Chain Anchor
If you are worried about theft, bolt one of these to concrete and chain your bike (through the frame) to it.




Load Resistors
Needing for fitting LED indicators.




CBR250RR Fuel Tap and Filter




CBR250 Frame and Compliance Plate
Located on the frame at the steering pivot.




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some more tools if you find you need to fix your bike and are new to the scene.

This list is by no means comprehensive, but it will get you on your way.

The Basics
  • A range of screw drivers
  • a decent set of sockets, 1/2" for preference
  • A set of allen head sockets would be a good idea- these normally come in a smaller 1/4" size
    no pic :blush:
  • A set of metric allen keys
    http://www.roadcyclinguk.com/news/images/Lifeline-Allen-Keys-hi.jpg
  • Feeler gauges
  • A mallet of some kind, nylon or rubber
  • Some decent pliers
  • side cutters
A Multimeter is also useful when diagnosing problems with the electrical system.


Bigger tools can also be useful when doing more demanding tasks

An impact driver such as this can be useful in getting to small screws out of the carbies
http://www.bosch-pt.com.au/papocs-au/Trade+and+Industry/Tools/AU/en/gw/Compact+Duty+10.8+V+Lithium-ion/129924/GDR+10%2C8+V-LI/11765/index.htm

Torque Wrench.


Balancing the carburetor
Mercury Manometer


Or

Synchrometer


If any images or links are broken, PM me, and i'll get them fixed up.
 

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Model specific, reasonably priced aftermarket replacement shock for the mc22 by Nitron - for those who don't want to pay through the nose to quite the same degree for a custom shock from companies like Wilbers or Penske; don't have the skills / knowledge / resources to modify aftermarket shocks designed for other models or fabricate suitable linkages or fittings; or don't want a frankenstein custom build from other OEM shocks.

http://www.nitron.jp/mc/index.php
http://www.nitron.co.uk/products_bikes.htm

 

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Model specific, reasonably priced aftermarket replacement shock for the mc22 by Nitron - for those who don't want to pay through the nose to quite the same degree for a custom shock from companies like Wilbers or Penske; don't have the skills / knowledge / resources to modify aftermarket shocks designed for other models or fabricate suitable linkages or fittings; or don't want a frankenstein custom build from other OEM shocks.

http://www.nitron.jp/mc/index.php
http://www.nitron.co.uk/products_bikes.htm

We are actually an agent for Nitron. From memory they only do rear shocks and not front forks.

That said we mainly do Single seater racing cars with these guys as well. By far one of the best damper manufacturers in the world bar F1 and Moto GP.

But they are priced to suit to the " get what you paid for market" and not something that 90% of forum members would consider in their price range.
 
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