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Kawasaki / Re: klx250 cam question
« Last post by pokey on Today at 07:58:28 PM »
Excuse my foggy brain but it has been many years since I had a HOS KL but it had the KL and the KZ position stamped on the cog. I dont think It fired on the KZ as they are several teeth apart.

I agree, Have a look and turn it over slowly by hand before attempting to start.
British (BSA, Greeves, Triumph etc) / Re: New (old) Project
« Last post by grouty on Today at 06:44:48 PM »
Ha .... the other one almost looked that nice !
Farleigh Castle 2007 (it rained a bit !)

i think they will bolt straight in? i read on cafe husky where someone converted a 40mm to 50mm upsides from a mid 90's cag. bearings and tube all the same....could be wrong!
British (BSA, Greeves, Triumph etc) / Re: New (old) Project
« Last post by 80-85 husky on Today at 06:10:14 PM »
i cant believe you could think about getting that dirty >:(
Kawasaki / Re: klx250 cam question
« Last post by TT5 Matt on Today at 06:04:44 PM »
It should work as the motors are very similar but turn the motor over by hand before using the kick-started and bending a as to why there's 2 timing marks I'd say the 200 marks are either advanced or retarded cam timing and the best way to find out is trace the cam spocket out on paper for the 250 marks then see where the 200 marks sit compered the the 250 marks, matching up with the teeth on the spocket, anticlockwise advanced and clockwise retarded.simples!!!Could be a cheap klx hop up!!!
That looks the goods woody, what year is your CR and would the bracket be the same for my 85 front end?
Kawasaki / klx250 cam question
« Last post by Kane Mcguire on Today at 02:25:03 PM »
My klx is cam timed at the kl250 mark on the cam. Can I time it to the kz200 mark without any valve clearance issues? Thanks.
SLIDERS will be the feature class at the 2018 Classic DirtTrack Championships with their own races, commemorative medals and three classes. Championship classes are 250 and 500 sliders as per GCRs, and Evolution Sliders as a support class. Evolution Slider is slider frame with any upright engine that complies with Evolution as defined in the GCRs. This opens it up to 4 valve Jawa and others that don't meet the current 2 valve pushrod criterior.
British (BSA, Greeves, Triumph etc) / Re: New (old) Project
« Last post by grouty on Today at 10:58:54 AM »
Front wheel fitted (not without a bit of head scratching !). All lines up perfectly now.
Air box was trimmed to fit. The clearance between airbox, frame and exhaust is just perfect.

Anita at PES made me a beautiful pair of bar clamps so I could get rid of the Chinese rubbish.

New Dellorto 34mm carb. The fitting is still a bit of a pig, but I have eventually got the knack of getting it in there !

New GENUINE Gunner Gasser throttle and Magura levers.

looks like all the Marzocchi upper triples crack so Im researching using KTM WP triples with a spacer
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