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Garage, Projects & Restorations / Re: 1969 Honda ST70 Rebuild
« Last post by Mr D on Today at 07:03:53 am »
The headlight on the right is the an original Honda Candy Ruby Red part - you can see there are a few more coats to go but getting there.

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no reliability issues yet? Neck bearings? Airbox? loose head units? Is there anyone on the forum that actually use and abuse a 1290?

My SAR have around 18000 hard km's (dirt, tar, dirty tar, never civil).
Still going strong and in fact just getting angrier as the time goes on...

I have a a unifilter so can't comment on stock filter.
Issues:
Had to fasten neck bearings twice (no biggie, RAD do it in 5 minutes),
Had to fasten my head unit,
Had to fasten my side stand unit,
Had to fasten my crash bars.

All these I put down to Austrians running out of loctite.

I recon this bike will be a high miler and I'm more than happy with it.
I hear about more reliability issues from other brands these days anyway...


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Garage, Projects & Restorations / Re: 1969 Honda ST70 Rebuild
« Last post by Mr D on Today at 07:01:09 am »
Quick photo update of where I'm at.

All body parts received from vapour blasting and ready for painting.

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Some spots repaired and coated in white primer.

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And the silver base coat.

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To give guys an idea on the meals we were served, I think this night we had T-bone, roasted potatos and salad i think there was even desert. In the morning we got a full breakfast with a few variations. Most days we got a snack pack for lunch with dried fruit, nuts, biltong and cheese and a few other variations. Perfect for maintaining energy through the day

No wine gums?  Dit was ons stapel voedsel.  :biggrin:

Ek dink het een dag wine gums gehad ja maar net die goed genoem wat meestal in was. Daar was ook koekies, chips en ander soet goed maar ek verkies die natuurlike eet goed en dis maar wat vas gestick het in my kop. Ek het ook racefuel bars by my gedra wat werk soos n bom as mens se energie bietjie laag raak
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To give guys an idea on the meals we were served, I think this night we had T-bone, roasted potatos and salad i think there was even desert. In the morning we got a full breakfast with a few variations. Most days we got a snack pack for lunch with dried fruit, nuts, biltong and cheese and a few other variations. Perfect for maintaining energy through the day

No wine gums?  Dit was ons stapel voedsel.  :biggrin:

We live and learn KTMKobus - Ek sal defnitief vir jou saambring as ons weer in George is. :ricky:
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Wild Dog Pictures / Re: Girls with bikes!
« Last post by Wayne on Today at 06:47:55 am »
 

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Bump.
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To give guys an idea on the meals we were served, I think this night we had T-bone, roasted potatos and salad i think there was even desert. In the morning we got a full breakfast with a few variations. Most days we got a snack pack for lunch with dried fruit, nuts, biltong and cheese and a few other variations. Perfect for maintaining energy through the day

No wine gums?  Dit was ons stapel voedsel.  :biggrin:
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BMW Airheads / Re: Kief Airhead pics
« Last post by BiG DoM on Today at 06:37:18 am »
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