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General / Re: new ignition key needed
« on: 05 September 2014, 03:55:51 pm »
locksmith is a locksmith,  :eek  didn't mean step on toes dude! I didn't notice...that said they probs know eachother! seems to be one of them trades where everyone knows everyone!  :)

General / Re: Fazer Owners 2014 Tour
« on: 05 September 2014, 03:49:06 pm »
If it passes close enough to Staffordshire, I'd happily collect it, take it to the cat and fiddle and around there, pass it on, and donate to the charity :)
Great Idea, we should keep it going :)

General / Re: new ignition key needed
« on: 05 September 2014, 03:02:36 pm »
managed to bend both of my ignition keys in the 10 months of owning my fazer,i have the little numbered fob,where is the best place to get a couple cut, any where on line that people know of?
cheers foccers  :thumbup
My brother is a locksmith...he has a page on facebook if you want to check him out, did my spare fzs notch :) :)

FZS600 Fazer / Re: Street Fightering the FZS
« on: 02 September 2014, 07:33:25 pm »
I have a street FZS,  i just mounted the clocks by the two end bolts from a "90 bend" piece of metal bolted from the light bracket, works fine, pics below
speedo bracket
speedo bracket

General / Re: Three word story
« on: 26 August 2014, 12:30:14 pm »
No loo roll

FZS600 / Re: Fan packed in....
« on: 26 August 2014, 12:19:07 pm »
The thermal switch for the fan is on the thermostat block (under the tank at the front rhs), but your fan sounds fine... they usually only come on if it's a hot day and you've had the engine running for 10 minutes without moving.
(Last time I changed the radiator I left the fan off completely... it gets in the way when refitting the rad and is never called upon to run, on the rare occasions I do have to wait in traffic for a long period in hot weather I turn off the engine anyway.)

Thanks fazerider, may as well wait until I strip clean it in winter, than mess with it now, might just take it off...never gets warm enough anyhow lol sure it can last the British summer weekend :)

FZS600 / Fan packed in....
« on: 25 August 2014, 01:29:36 pm »
Hi folks, noticed my fan never comes on, will try running 12v to it make sure its not the fan, but any idea where I'll find the temp sensors? I have a box eye model from '98 cheers

Its true, I had more than 2...i nearly managed 4 :)

Joined a few months back, finally got internet since moving house, so can catch up on here :) thanks for the hellos, i've been busy stripping the front end, got a before and after pic, what do u think? My after pics are not great quality!

Hi folks,
How is everyone?
I ride a 1998 fzs600 in black and live near Stoke on Trent.
I have had my fzs600 since passing my test in 2007, and although its done nearly 70k (40k with me sat on it!) its still got the power to pull pork off a pig.
In the process of doing a pre summer (i use that term as it may be sunny one weekend between here and September!) service, done the plugs, air filter oil etc, will be doing carb sync and clutch adjustment shortly, I'll let you all know when i've broke something lol!
I dont know much, i'm open to banter, if  I can help you out I will :)
Ride safe

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