Date: 19-08-17  Time: 15:50 PM

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Fazer 1000/FZ1 corner / Forum
« Last post by Dustydes on Today at 03:50:21 PM »
Any one on here a member of help needed.
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General / Re: Three word story
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General / Re: cooling system flush
« Last post by darrsi on Today at 01:07:10 PM »
Oooooops , didnt update   :o .....couple of weeks ago now , but , drained the system again and flushed out with garden hose , refilled with radflush and ran for 20 mins or so , drained system again and flushed through  , most of the brown stuff , not really gunge as not thick enough , was at the bottom of the header tank so put the hose on the filler and flushed it out through the overflow , refilled with fresh anti freeze , that was about 700 miles ago , is a bit discoloured now but a lot better than It was , will do the same again in a few weeks , almost certainly caused by not changing often enough    :o

As long as your system is air tight and functioning okay, and because now you've used Radflush to clear the waterways of any shite you can leave it alone now for a couple of years no problem, unless you do particularly high mileage i s'pose.
FZS600 Fazer / Re: Screen bolt size?
« Last post by Disorderlypunk on Today at 12:52:04 PM »
just search motorbike screen bolt on fleabay there are loads on there
so much choice including my personal favorite spikey ones
(i even have spikes through my visor - i kid you not)
i'm 20 kilos heavier than falcon (Mike gtx) that's why I'm hoping the new shock will outperform the R6 setup..will deffo post again after a couple of weeks of riding :b
Fazer 1000/FZ1 corner / Re: FZS brake service
« Last post by PieEater on Today at 12:19:14 PM »
........Remove pistons on bike first using the bikes hydraulics. Pump brakes to push pistons nearly all the way out, usually one or two will come out quicker than the others, hold these ones back say with a piece of wood and pump brake to push the others out.
When one or two have come out you can pull the others out. Dry first and try with your fingers. Don't use anything that can damage or mark the pistons, use piston pliers.........
Just to let clarify the above - there is only room to extract the pistons from one side of the calipers using the hydraulics to push them out, the pistons on the other side have to be held right back to allow the pistons you are trying to extract to come all the way out, hence why you need the piston pliers. You'll also need the piston pliers for the other caliper as when you come to do this you won't have any hydraulics.
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