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    Aussie Streetfighter Hooligan
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    Is the whole wheel moving or just the disc?

    Change your wheel bearing while you have it (mostly) in bits, might be an easy fix might not but at least you know the bearings are good.

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    Are the disc carriers sitting flat on the hub? If there's shit underneath them they might be sitting crooked.

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    Thanks for all the replies. Im away for work for a bit but I'll do the bearings when i get back and go from there. I cleaned the rim where the carriers sit before I put on the new discs.

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    Has it had one of the holes for the carrier helicoiled? Some muppet not running the helicoil all the way below flush is a classic way to wind up with something not bolting down flush.

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    Chucked in the new bearings and it seems to have sorted it.
    Also did the 4 degree ignition advance mod and the quick throttle mod. so much nicer to ride now.
    Acewell started playing up yesterday though. the tacho was jumping all over the show then settled down when cruising at steady rpm but accelerate or deccelerate and it went nuts. Ill chuck a resistor on the signal line tomorrow and see if that settles it down

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    The arse-end looks 100% better being shorter, coming along well.

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    Obligatory wiring shot
    Put a resistor in line on the tacho signal wire has sorted that problem.
    Gonna shorten up the harness a bit while its exposed.
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    New tires and chain. Went 1 tooth down on the front sprocket and 2 up on the back = wheelie central.

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    Got the subframe properly done. use the same legs just trimmed off the brackets and angled them up and in so the lower legs follow the same line as the upper ones. just gotta make a battery box / electrical stuff tray.
    Also going to fibreglass the bottom of the tail so its all closed up to where it meets the subframe.

    Need to relocate the reg somewhere in the fresh air. any suggestions ?
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    Can you fab a bracket so it mounts just inside where the subframe bolts to the frame ?

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    That's where the fuel tap and ignition barrel live so might be too tight. I could probably bolt it to the front of the battery box but even that might be pushing it for space

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    That's where the fuel tap and ignition barrel live so might be too tight. I could probably bolt it to the front of the battery box but even that might be pushing it for space

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    B-King Reg/Rec lives under the swingarm behind the motor.
    The fin's face the rear tyre, I thought it would get a hard life but it seems OK.

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    That could be a winner. Just need to extend the wiring a bit

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    Battery box sorted and home found for reg/rec. now need to sort out where the junction box and ignition controller will live
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    Getting there mate!

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    I really need to post more frequently
    Not sure if this still qualifies as a street fighter but for the time being this is how it turned out.

    Ducati 900ss front cowl and fibreglass standard front wheel fairing from the same place i got the tail unit from. HID headlight retro fit. Made a new number plate bracket and moved the indicators to the side using the old fairing mounting holes. Radiator overflow bottle moved to sit just behind the carbies.
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    The cowl looks great from the front view, but it needs to be positioned back closer towards the bars and forks.

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    yeah i initially wanted it further back but where it is now the bars only just clear at full lock.
    If its angled up more at the front then it can move closer and still clear but then the lines don't match the rest of the bike. Just looks like it sitting up way too high

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