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    5th-08-2017, 04:35 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Cheers Waddy :) And the fun continues... jet kit has arrived from the USA, just 6 days after ordering ! Basically you give them info about the bike,...
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    29th-07-2017, 10:53 AM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Not quite there with engine settings but it handles great. Going to be a fun ride once fully sorted :)
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    25th-07-2017, 02:56 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    WooHoo... bike past it's mot and is now taxed and road legal :cool: However, as expected, the carb needs adjusting following the mods to exhaust and...
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    18th-07-2017, 04:09 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Afraid so :) Couldn't do it last weekend as I was away in Nantes. Hopefully it won't need too much work getting it to run fine after fitting the...
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    13th-07-2017, 09:42 AM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    That's it... mot booked for the 22nd :cool: Just hope it's not raining for it's 'first' road run !
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    11th-07-2017, 08:56 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Thanks, appreciate the comment :) Have been impressed with your work on the 550 and look forward to the new project. Had bit of a workout today......
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    3rd-07-2017, 05:56 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Cheers. It certainly helps to have access to lathes and such when I need parts I can't make in my shed :) Thanks... and feel free to borrow...
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    2nd-07-2017, 09:58 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    And I get to wear this too :cool:
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    2nd-07-2017, 08:32 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Digital speedo wired in... just need to calibrate it. Getting so close. Bike has taken another year, following it's showing at Tobacco Docks, to...
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    2nd-07-2017, 08:44 AM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Made up the chain guard in the week and got around to fitting this also. Basically a flat blade with a rolled edge welded to a couple of folded...
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    2nd-07-2017, 08:35 AM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Finally made some progress today. Finished the number plate mount and apply some paint :D Added some loops to the underside so that I was able to...
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    17th-06-2017, 09:23 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Decided to 'lighten' the number plate bracket. No real weight saving but now looks less bulky. Next on the list was the front indicators now that...
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    11th-06-2017, 07:54 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Cheers. Did think it might look too heavy and had planned to add some cut outs to lighten it, if only in appearance. But now not sure i'll need to,...
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    11th-06-2017, 06:35 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Made a start on the 'road' fittings today. Needs front mudguard and something over the chain, but first on the list was the number plate bracket. It...
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    5th-06-2017, 07:18 PM
    emsee replied to a thread The Mile - Malle in Meets & Rides
    Weekend ticket has been purchased :D There purely as a spectator but hopefully riding Kwakatrack, my KLR 650 tracker.
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    4th-06-2017, 09:08 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Really hit a brick wall with the electrics at first. All the original components that had been repositioned were no problem, just a case of re...
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    5th-02-2017, 06:26 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Spent a 'relaxing' day working on the wiring. With so many parts in new positions, there's been plenty of shortening / extending wires and fitting...
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    29th-01-2017, 09:04 PM
    Don't know where you're based Dave, but I went out on the KTM today and the bike got pretty messed up. Roads are filthy, but hopefully the heavy rain...
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    28th-01-2017, 04:23 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Battery tray sorted:). Cut from 2mm ally sheet and folded. It will be lined with thin rubber and the strap will secure the battery in place. I've...
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    24th-01-2017, 03:29 PM
    Don't forget to add this... :rolleyes:
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    21st-01-2017, 09:11 PM
    I had no end of problems with my Aprillia Tuono burning out stators. Replaced the reg/rec twice, made no difference, problem some where in the wiring...
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    12th-01-2017, 09:31 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    This is the paint I used and bought on e-bay. Great coverage but still used two cans to prevent splatter as paint runs low....
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    12th-01-2017, 06:56 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Latest delivery. Now have to get started on the wiring and my first attempt in the art of electrickery :confused:
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    10th-01-2017, 08:32 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    I managed to alter the ride height simply by sliding the forks though the clamps by around three inches. Wasn't sure if this would be enough but...
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    8th-01-2017, 07:20 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    ;)
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    8th-01-2017, 04:00 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Holes drilled in battery tray/ light mount for rear light screws and cable. Bracket on radiator, that will take the fan, has been finished and...
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    2nd-01-2017, 06:34 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Boss made up for the fan switch, rad drilled and the two welded together. Cheers. My aim is to have every thing finished in the next few...
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    21st-12-2016, 03:54 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Another job that needs to be done is fit the radiator cooling fan. For this I've used some ally angle which I have shaped to form brackets onto which...
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    21st-12-2016, 03:37 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    Next up is the battery tray / rear light mount. Firstly I made up a template using 1mm ally sheet which I could cut with snips and easily bend into...
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    28th-07-2016, 10:07 PM
    emsee replied to a thread KLR 650 Tracker in Your Shed-Built Bike
    I was thinking of adding 650 into the white strip, with reference to the engine size. However, after adding more detail, I've decided to leave the...
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