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Cat C Bike

Discussion in 'Biker's Cafe' started by wazza300, Aug 2, 2015.

  1. Craig321

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    He would have got one, so hopefully just forgot to post it and can just send it over.
     
  2. benji182

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  3. wazza300

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    yours is the same as mine benji,ive emailed r&g,see what they say,ive stuck a thin slither of black electrical tape over half on mine its reduced the glare from behind
     
  4. benji182

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    The video above my picture shows a better real life light reflection
     
  5. wazza300

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    same as mine

    as for your loose light theres a rubber band type sleeve that it slots into,might be worth a check,its easy to undo,just pop the pushpins out and undo all the allen key bolts with the rider/pillion seat removed and the left/right rear plastic bodywork comes away

    look on youtube on how to fit integrated tail light for zx6r 2011 and it shows you
     
  6. benji182

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    brake lines finally came Wazza!

    I went for white with black ends. They look great... in the box.

    I don't have the time off anymore so fingers crossed I don't have to travel for work so I can look at it this weekend.
     
  7. wazza300

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    great !!

    cant wait to see the pics,they do look far better than bog standard/stock black rubber ones
     
  8. benji182

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    Looking through the bikes service history they brakes were done a year ago so defiantly time to do a complete change of the fluid.
     
  9. wazza300

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    got me a shroud,turns out it was missing one,they just push fit onto the numberplate light so are easily lost,might put a drop of glue on mine (its far better with it fitted,no dazzling white light from behind now)

    also made me a ghetto reflector bracket out of some hacksawed damaged fairing panel
     
  10. Craig321

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  11. wazza300

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    "Yes it should come with the shroud, if you would like to send me your address I can get one shipped out for you":D

    yeah they sent me one,whats up with my reflector? I don't like those tiny round ones they look like a zit that needs popping:p
     
  12. Craig321

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    Nice :D

    Just get rid of your reflector, looks better without one! The tiny round ones are just useful for sticking on when you need an MOT :)
     
  13. .one.

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    A dealer near me sell the little round ones for a quid people stick it on before the mot then take them off when leaving.
     
  14. wazza300

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    time for me to extenda my fender,the zx10r 08-10 are a straight fit for the 09-11 zx6r for anyone wondering,dont listen to the "only fit this model" baloney

    was hard to find one for a 2011 zx6r
     
  15. Yaayuh!

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    Using self-tappers or going to rely on the tape?

    I have one for my bike, same make. Haven't put it on yet because Im wondering whether to put holes in the guard or not :(
     
  16. wazza300

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    self tappers,ill try and screw from underneath without poking through to the painted side

    if I pull it off ill post up some pics
     
  17. benji182

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    Just seen that reflector Wazza, You can't leave the 90's where they belong can you ;)

    I have a 79p round stick on reflector on my full size number plate for MOT Day.
     
  18. Scooby_WR1

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    Could you not just stick it on with some tiger seal instead?
     
  19. ^JP^

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    The red no more nails tape is all you need.
     
  20. wazza300

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    whats that scooby? I don't think I can self tap it without it going all the way through the mudguard,the plastic is just too thin,i could plastic weld it on

    could Loctite glue it on but I just don't trust glues,some black tiny self tap screws you'd hardly notice and you could remove it easily if need be