ME,yorkie-col said:hi guy's, thanks for that, as helpful as ever, Jon I have that one in my watch list along with about 10 others of similar design, glad to know it will fit, lunty's right some ones hoarding all the 2nd gen ones,
yorkie-col said:hope so mate, I suppose changing all the working parts means when it's finished it will be as good as new with a well run in engine.jonh said:But at the end of the day it will all have been worth it,
not doing any major mods, trying for the std look [with improvements] I don't think there is much left to get except for cables and the odd bit that's still missing.
want to do a project thread but don't know where to post it !! . lol.
once the engine is in it will have to stand a bit, "her indoors" wants the house decorating before Christmas.
should take a couple of weeks.
What have you done,? and how,? Couldn't get out yesterday anyway, bloody work, then playing in the shed, ;Dlunty74 said:that ER500 CCT was a simple swap took 10 mins in all apart from taking the old one off the adjuster nut flew off and I thought it had snapped ... but there made that way and has made a difference already I don't hear the rattle for a start off and maybe its me but the engine runs better .. but im layed up with a thrown back atm so cant do much