Shrinking a 300 to a 250

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Binetta Steve
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Re: Shrinking a 300 to a 250

Post by Binetta Steve » Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:03 pm

Phil what a cracker. Its only when you start to itemise the parts I realised the exstent of the rebuild. Hope you get a chance to ride it before the weather breaks.

Steve

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Re: Shrinking a 300 to a 250

Post by mellorp » Wed Aug 08, 2018 6:49 am

Binetta Steve wrote:
Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:03 pm
Phil what a cracker. Its only when you start to itemise the parts I realised the exstent of the rebuild. Hope you get a chance to ride it before the weather breaks.

Steve
Cheers

Plan is to take it to Blyton Park for the 2T Big Bang (The aftershock) August 30th (£99). Another little hobby of mine organising 2T track days. I do this thru Facebook as it got too much doing it across 5 or 6 different forums. For those on FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/1102452 ... 16/events/

Once I know it's working properly I'll decide which KR1s to keep and sell the rest of the unrequited spares. Having gone round the block on it it feels just right. I love the unique engine noise. Exhaust note is crisp without being offensive. What we need is a video :-)

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Re: Shrinking a 300 to a 250

Post by mellorp » Thu Aug 09, 2018 3:36 pm

MOT history

28th October 2010 - 24,502 miles
9th August 2018 - 24,611 miles

Clean bill of health :-)

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