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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 04 April 2018, 06:12:12 PM »
its ally so would need tig welded

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 04 April 2018, 05:51:01 PM »
Bad news foccers, 17 tooth doesn't fit  :'( chain just not quite long enough. I'll contact JT at some point and see if I can get extra links for the chain.


The other option, elongate the slots on the swingarm  ;)
Ah cool didn't think of that, don't suppose it really matters where the brake caliber is in relation to the disc. As soon as I've finished cleaning petrol off my kitchen floor from washing out my forks I'll get the angle grinder out and cut out an inch from either side  :lol


STOP  - think what your doing first bloody hell i dont know if your joking or not so i will put this anyway


you will hit your cross brace on the swingarm you will get so close it will at least be rubbing

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not been scared off just between being self employed and trying to relocate down to preston things are a bit up in the air
hopefully all will settle soon and i will be able to start planning coming to events
never know i might just throw a few quid at ya and sleep next to the bike (not the first time)

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 04 April 2018, 12:44:53 AM »
i have a feeling if you go 17 it will be a remeasure and longer chain so your stuck with it once riveted or throwing money away
i think we are at 110 links standard


i think someone already foresaw that one - ooh yeah me   :lol :lol :lol

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Strange Vibration
« on: 03 April 2018, 02:11:44 PM »
ooh and you didnt move the clips on the needle when you were stripping the carbs did you ?

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Strange Vibration
« on: 03 April 2018, 02:10:32 PM »
ok so going through everything im going to start with your cracked carbs
were they cracked all the way through or just the outside?
all should make sense if they were through and were leaking  UNfiltered air in and the previous owner has increased the pilot screws to let more fuel through to richen up the lean conditions caused by leaking inlets (we good so far)


if there is now no UNfiltered air going in the inlets anymore it draws it through carbs so increases the negative pressure/flow rate in the carbs and in turn the airbox which means more air is needed to flow through the air filter than previously, so a blocked air filter may be to blame here (and would actually make the UNfiltered air coming through the old inlets even worse)


so a combination of things will be causing you issues here
you have already replaced inlets -should only be filtered air now
1. running rich as pilot screws are allowing too much fuel to flow screw them back in a bit to factory
2. air flow is restricted causing a negative pressure which sucks up more fuel making run even richer - pull air filter and replace (worth doing anyhow)


this is just the things that are popping into my head as i read all the problems that you are systematically going through which is the best way

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: 1999 fazer 600 forks
« on: 02 April 2018, 07:39:33 PM »
Cut 11mm off the spacer tubes and away you go
not sure if i would want to be the one to test that theory
but if you have some spare spacers then its worth a shot

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: 1999 fazer 600 forks
« on: 02 April 2018, 07:18:55 PM »
and probably a different spring coil pattern or whatever you would call it


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FZS600 Fazer / Re: 1999 fazer 600 forks
« on: 02 April 2018, 07:17:28 PM »
can you just put preload adjusters on any 41mm tube????


the springs are different lengths so not really



FZS models
1998 and 1999 models
Standard 323 mm
Service limit 319 mm
2000 models
Standard 316.8 mm
Service limit 309.8 mm

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Centre Stand
« on: 02 April 2018, 11:51:09 AM »
I have never found putting it on the centre stand completely smooth and effortlessly. I have the correct technique, my stand is good but I just don't think the stand is perfectly designed or in the optimum position, look at some of the massive gold wing type bikes and how easy they look (at least to me) to put on the centre stand.   

why mention goldwings - you reminded me of these

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 31 March 2018, 05:05:51 PM »
I've a theory that it's the exhaust resonating at 6k that causes the problem. I just need someone mad enough to go flying up the road with no exhaust to test the theory :lol


done it - for some reason people kept looking at me

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Centre Stand
« on: 30 March 2018, 11:40:53 PM »
Mine is getting hard to put on the centre stand, I'm guessing it might be warped.  I take it remove is just a case of removing the bolts either side and then taking the spring off?


it took both me and my father to get mine on the center stand with some difficulty - it came off about 10 mins after i put on the paddock stand
i think i still have it laying under a bench so might straighten it out at some point in the future

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Strange Vibration
« on: 30 March 2018, 09:37:48 PM »
ive suffered the bad vibrations and i found this fixed it
https://youtu.be/Eab_beh07HU?t=25s

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 29 March 2018, 03:21:53 PM »
yeah i was cleaning the chain and decided to just start her up and let her spin the wheel on the paddock stand as i sprayed the hose at it to remove the cleaner and it was bouncing all over the place- turns out it was just riding the front sprocket a bit - its fine when its under load

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Petrol gauge
« on: 28 March 2018, 11:24:08 PM »
fuel guages are not all they are made out to be anyway - chop never had one and using my cheap chinese koso i only have a F**k about to run out sensor, fill her up every 80-100 miles and you should be golden (im not running standard intakes and ride like a twat on long rides and easily do 100 miles + running around on a tank)

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 28 March 2018, 11:19:16 PM »
funny you should mention that after i have spent an hour killing myself over that today
with the wheel in the air it was shaking around like mad but when under pressure no problem at all
without a laser alignment tool its hard to be sure but them lines are the best we have - they are made in a pretty accurate JIG but as time passes we lose alignment through bearing wear etc

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 28 March 2018, 11:08:29 PM »
if you go D.I.D you can buy extra links which of course need a rivet tool to fit, if you already have a d.i.d then a rivet remover can be used to remove old and replace more links

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 28 March 2018, 09:53:29 PM »
there is more maths to it the bigger the change but the general consensus is 1 tooth is effectively 3 teeth on the rear
was talking to my father today about switching back to the 15 and he said he thought it wouldnt last long given the difference in riding conditions here
if your up and down the motorway all the time and not spending much time town riding a 17 wouldnt be a terrible
14t   3.43 /1
15t   3.2   /1
16t   3      /1
17t   2.82 /1
cant remember the primary reduction but you can see that is a serious change

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 28 March 2018, 09:26:08 PM »
legal limit -whats that ??? (the kids like me passing the school at 70mph on my back wheel)
im 5 notches back on my 15t and was nearly at the back on my 14t
i have a feeling if you go 17 it will be a remeasure and longer chain so your stuck with it once riveted or throwing money away
i think we are at 110 links standard

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Bigger front sprocket
« on: 28 March 2018, 06:52:01 PM »
i think matt7chunk also runs a 16t
ive just pulled my 14t off and put back my 15t, was good fun for accelerating off the line and hooligan fun but my recent 120mile trip used much more fuel and lost a lot of the top end
might try a 16 if i go for a massive ride down south as most of it will be on the motorway anyhow

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Petrol gauge
« on: 28 March 2018, 12:42:15 PM »
does this even happen when the bike is standing still??

as strange as it sounds you might want to start at the battery with a multimeter and see what the voltage across the battery reads as it is running and gets reved
think of it this way - if your regulator is goosed it could be firing too much power into the electrical system at higher revs and that extra power going through the variable resistor in your fuel guage could be pushing through more power and making your guage rise higher up
running with everything off (lights heated grips etc) you should have a reading of  14.** volts @5000rpm
- it is unlikely but it is certainly possible and worth checking as it can cause more issues further down the line

after that i can only think of a dodgy earth somewhere in the circuit (unplug and clean connections)

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Part identification
« on: 27 March 2018, 10:45:33 PM »
I looked for the part number but couldn't find it but looks like others did  :)  I feel very lucky to live about 3 minutes away from fowlers so I just pop in and get the guys to find the part number for me


you lucky bugger - i keep wanting little pieces but refuse to pay more for postage than the the parts themselves lol

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Part identification
« on: 27 March 2018, 10:11:19 PM »
straight up on is  4YR-12484-00
slanted one is 4YR-12483-00

also need 2x orings9321015566 (superseeded 93210-15414)


no longer available from fownlers though

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Noisy speed sensor??
« on: 27 March 2018, 10:46:55 AM »

thats what 6203 2RSH are they are sealed and im sure they are fine but i dont want someone to go out and buy them before i consult my little book of lost knowledge
ok its a big book as i keep getting hit in the head and forget stuff)


fixed for you  :)

bloody hate it when that happens

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Noisy speed sensor??
« on: 27 March 2018, 12:26:23 AM »
thats what 6203 2RSH are they are sealed and im sure they are fine but i dont want someone to go out and buy them before i consult my little book of lost knowledge
(ok its a big book as i keep getting hit in the head and forget stuff)

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