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.Your bike looks great. Black & Gold is a excellent combo.

On a scale of 1-10 that's probably a 8 to a 8.5 for me. Nine if it's mint condition but that's gotta be really minty condition though.
Not sure if this was meant for me or not lol, but thank you if it was. The bike is in fact mint, no scratches or cracks anywhere. 1 chip the size of the end of a pin on the nose section, but that’s it. Not visible until you’re face is about 12” away lol
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You're welcome. Very funny too
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Fresh slugs are ready. I struggled with the wrist pin clips until I bought this Porsche tool:

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Fresh slugs are ready. I struggled with the wrist pin clips until I bought this Porsche tool:

Nice work.
Did you make sure the cir-clip is “snapped” down into the groove of the wrist pin bore? The cir-clip can sit “on top” of the groove. Sitting on top of the groove looks deceptively “in”. If the cir-clips are not seated into the groove, they can be spit out when the engine is running. Major damage to follow. I have taken a small blade screwdriver and worked it around the clip making sure the clip is in that groove.

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Of course, here's how I lowered the cylinder without a helper:
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Block looks really good. Excellent improvisation.
What did you end up with for base shims?


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Of course, here's how I lowered the cylinder without a helper:
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Dear sir please help me for this topic i have a Kawasaki model Zx12 R 2000 engine no ZXT20AE006904 and frame no ZXT20A009308 and wiring harness model no 26030-1678 please recomend the ECU that is fitted in this model may be ECU model No# is 21175-1065 or 21175-1069 or 21175-1068 pleas sir informe me about thi i am wait your reply ??
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Took the mirror apart, clean inspect, tighten up. Everything in rearview so clear again. So if you mirror is too blurry, could be the weights (same as the wheel weights) is missing, weather stripping, or the two screws connected to the arm are loose. Be cautious when taken off. Seems could be damaged easily, putting back just snaps on. Swing arm tomorrow, new seals going in. Probably put a new chain guard on it. Front end last week. New color matched ss lines (thank you Raymond Apex brakes ) his lines are made to whatever length you need. Good quality, great price. He uses no mar rubber sleeved fittings and high flow banjo bolts. New rear tread maybe on Tuesday.

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Rear brake fluid, air and oil filters and cleaned up the rear end. Thanks for the motivation mefirst (long live ABBA) ....New tire soon and should be road ready again.
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swingarm. That's while probably using 50/50 18t and 17t front sprocket over 50k miles.
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seals, new chain slider, cleaned shock..............
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Back together random order.
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Thanks for the motivation mefirst (long live ABBA)
-You are Welcome Feels good afterwards having done a job like that doesn't it, specially that "job well done" Beer...

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It sure does. Cheers, have a good one.
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