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Put some new decals on my 05 250 pro. Got them off ebay, I upgraded to the thickest laminate they had, worth the extra £10 they charged me. Seem to be good quality.

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Nice looking bike for the age!

 

Did today:

New oil

New airfilter

New front fork oil+dustseal+seal

New front fork protectors and frame protector

New front disk protector

New steering pad

New grips

And some here and there maintainance.

 

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Replaced the dog bone bearings.

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And I am waiting to find out if anybody has the Unicorn of Transmission parts.  The 2/5 gear.  

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I don't think they have it. The 2/5 gearis a single piece that includes the part missing the tooth and the gear "on top" of it. I have tried many places andbit just does not seem to exist. I am waiting for responses from 3 sources still. So fingers crossed!

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Fitted new rear wheel bearings, air filter, front mudguard, fresh gear oil and a smaller rear sprocket tonight, will be interesting to see tomorrow how much difference going from a 10-48 to a 10-42 will do to my riding on TXT Pro 200.

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The Unicorn has been found!  (warning incoming "advertisement")  The wonderful folks at Jack's Cycles were able to locate a gear for me.  it is a used gear but the condition is excellent.  There are of course very mild witness marks where the gears mesh, they look better than the marks on my current one.  And it has all of it's own teeth!

I will be replacing the bushings in the gear with new, so it should ride on the shaft better and last longer.  (I think)

 

As far as I know this is the first Gearbox issue this bike has had and it's 13yrs old.  I know the previous owner well and he had it from new (he was not exactly gentle on the bike).  So I would think this other gear should last quite some time.

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I got a few bits (warning another advertisement) from Motomerlin.  Now to put it all back together.

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After hours of high math calculation I found a correct match for all the clutch plates I had laying arround and got the specs right.

New oil

Lubed everything nice

Cleaned the bike, because its nice weather here now and it has to shine!

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Race season prep! New S3 bar ends and number plate...

 

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OK here she is.................. The Old BAGG

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OK she ain't exactly pretty but she is mine.

I am more of a form before fashion type of rider so all the upgrades etc.. are on the inside.

here be the list.

 

Replaced:

Dog bones and bearings

Shock Spherical bearings

2/5 gear (broke a tooth)

kickstarter stop

Countershaft bearings

Countershaft bushing and O-rings

Piston, rings, wrist pin, small end bearing

all associated gaskets (of course)

Spark plug

front mud guard brace (on order)

Tires (on order)

Foot Pegs (S3 Hard rock steel foot pegs)

Rear brake pads

Grips

Small O-ring fuel cap (on flip lever stem)

Kill Swich (Jitsie Lanyard type)

 

 

Rebuild:

Front brake caliper 

Front brake master cylinder

Clutch master cylinder

 

Clean and lube/ fluids:

Air filter

Swing arm bearings

lube chain

Gearbox oil

coolent

 

Remove:

pesky lip on the underside of rear fender that never seemed to stay hooked over the air filter/seat assembly.

 

 

 

 

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OK here she is.................. The Old BAGG

CfZyPztUkAAWeWM.jpg

OK she ain't exactly pretty but she is mine.

I am more of a form before fashion type of rider so all the upgrades etc.. are on the inside.

here be the list.

Replaced:

Dog bones and bearings

Shock Spherical bearings

2/5 gear (broke a tooth)

kickstarter stop

Countershaft bearings

Countershaft bushing and O-rings

Piston, rings, wrist pin, small end bearing

all associated gaskets (of course)

Spark plug

front mud guard brace (on order)

Tires (on order)

Foot Pegs (S3 Hard rock steel foot pegs)

Rear brake pads

Grips

Small O-ring fuel cap (on flip lever stem)

Kill Swich (Jitsie Lanyard type)

Rebuild:

Front brake caliper

Front brake master cylinder

Clutch master cylinder

Clean and lube/ fluids:

Air filter

Swing arm bearings

lube chain

Gearbox oil

coolent

Remove:

pesky lip on the underside of rear fender that never seemed to stay hooked over the air filter/seat assembly.

Cant wait to see you go over its bars again.

--Biff

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Cant wait to see you go over its bars again.

--Biff

 

 

Soon...........very soon.............

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