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  1. Timeserts may be more effective in this scenario.
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    Scott

    Missing a section would also affect time, not sure how that would be factored in ?
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    Honda TLR250R

    @moleman can you contact ?
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    TXR 312M manual

    When you find one, be sure to post the info here.
  5. Bidding has ended apparently .... What was it ? Looked mostly tl ? Sammy frame ?
  6. Standard position is probably pretty close, footrests were pretty high in the 80's. There's a picture of Danillo Galeazzi's swm with the footrests moved forward somewhere on the swm forum.
  7. Also be interesting to know Alberto's height, if he's 5'6", his recommendation is probably not so relevant. Personally I go for roughly sump guard level, and in line with front of back tyre. Section swept is correct in saying getting the back brake working in the new position can be a fun experience. You do have to adapt your riding style as the pegs will catch more, but well worth it in my opinion.
  8. https://www.google.com/search?q=cooking+oil&oq=cooking+oil&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l15.5552j1j4&sourceid=silk&ie=UTF-8#imgrc=JxNLBxS96CyRhM:
  9. I'd run it at the recommended ratio for a tank or two before considering touching jetting.
  10. Hi Ian, while since I've looked at one closely, but fairly sure that's where it will be.
  11. Sounds like the capacitor has died.
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