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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-28-2012, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys

Thought i would share my lil accident

Last weekend - Sunday, coming from a friend in Umhloti on my 600RR 2008. To stop by another friend to align our Durban Wireless Antennas.

From there i left down the road to find my self doing around 30-40km/hr into the bend. So happened i must have accidently tapped on the front break and the bike just slid out from under me....causing some unhappy damage to my right side of my bike.

Thank goodness im good at DIY and having an uncle to help with the repairs

Anyway...here is my before and after repair job on the Clutch casing which got badly hit.

See below.
Tools used was Dremel kit 1500 800 600 grit sandpaper. Some body filler.
Etch primer and heat resistant black spray paint.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-28-2012, 03:31 PM
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Wow, nice repair job! Like new.
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Better then I could do if it happened to me. Good job

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haha...thanks guys

And back on the motor....had a bit of trouble startin the bike...it had seemed i put the sensor on the wrong way around. So take the casing off. clean off the seal on both sides. rotate the sensor put it back on...and vrooom vrooom :D


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