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Here is the next bit. Got some blue paintwork on it now.


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Hi all these are the screws that come with the kit.

At a huge cost of 3.49 for 20 including postage I think these look better 

(Ron aka silver911 told me where to get them

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Thanks guys.

Hi all here is the next update pocher would have you attach the rear sprocket like this



Thing is the rear sprocket is attached via nuts screwed onto studs so grubs screws were used to fix it.



Then a try of all we have so far.







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My first look into this project. Mind blowing! wow!
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You’re doing an amazing job!
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Hi all well flitting about decided to start on the front fairing it may not look it but it's a fairly complex bit 




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Moving along now, still a long way to go though, but at least it's looking like a bike now.





Not happy with the oxygen sensor wires I think they're too thick, they're networking wires I don't have anything thinner, any suggestions.
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I'm still trying to wrap my head around that scale!
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Hi all well I've got to say I'm very disappointed with the hardware upgrade kit. I'm not an engineer and I don't have a box of assorted small diameter bolt hexnuts or assorted rods but Paul seems to think anyone buying his kit has them I now have to try and find some threaded rod for the foot pegs, anyway whingeing aside the heal guard is missing the attachment hardware Paul suggests to make sure you can get the centred you cut the heads off the bolts and glue them in place allowing you a chance to centre them 

On closer inspection looking at the rear of the part there are two lugs where the bolts go through on the real thing which if drilled from the rear gives you the ability to centre them also giving you the realism of having the bolts sticking out the back once added


The top bolt on this bracket as supplied is a Philips screw.

Paul's solution is to cut the head off a socket screw and glue it over the screw
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It’s all Greek to me and looks insanely complex. Best wishes in sorting that out
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Hi all finished the rear suspension and made the rear stand as this thing is getting heavy and is not very stable standing on only it's rear wheel and the exhaust




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I swear I can hear you crank that bike up! Amazing work. The machine bolts look way better than the Phillips.
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Thanks mate yep the Philips screws just don't do it justice
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I really love this kit. I'm working on the handle bars, there are more parts in just these bits than in some 1/24 car kits I've built (I'm not looking forward to the tiny decals)(They supply all the decals there are on the real bike) it has working break and clutch levers and a working throttle.
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Sounds like the kit would satisfy any hobbyists need for detail and accuracy.
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