- Dec 28, 2009
No biggie. Will pull the head soon .
Torontonian said:I noticed that both the front and rear isolastic adjustable ends are located on the timing (R) side of the bike. My manual shows the adjustable ends as such : Front is timing side , rear to be on primary side. Should I be alarmed by this or not. ?
Be careful when ordering brake master cylinder overhaul kit, inquire as to the exact contents. The last kit I bought did NOT include the plunger gaiter!Danno said:That rubber cup is included in a rear master overhaul kit. Brake bleeding is straightforward. If the switch pod clamp doesn't hold the pod solid on the bar, add a couple winds of electrical tape. You can do the same with a twistgrip.
NO!!!Torontonian said:I can't get my Dave Taylor headsteady small tube mounting bracket to fit over this powdercoated frame so it looks like I will have to dremel tool grind away some aluminum bracket material larger to fit over the frame small tube to get it to fit.
It will shake itself loose in due time. The crushed powdercoat will yield to the vibration.Torontonian said:Simply clamped the DT headsteady clamp tight to the small tube overtop of the powdercoat paint. It's tight and I think it will not move, even though there is a gap where the 2 pieces don't quite touch together.