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Vincent
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Re: Gallery

Post by Vincent » Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:51 am

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Just acquired this last Wednesday. 27,000 kms with carbs setup for 1990+ jetting.
I have a 90+ rear shock to put in, and will be looking around for some later model forks.
Coming to this from an 05 ZX6R was quite interesting; the power delivery is so linear in comparison, and it feels a heck of a lot smoother through the corners.

I would really like a new exhaust, but I am apprehensive about cutting and welding the current system as it's still original.
Do the factory cans like to be debaffled? If so, what is the best way to go about this? It looks as though it'd need to be split open and welded back up.

beastybikes
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Re: Gallery

Post by beastybikes » Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:13 pm

I just put a FUEL exhaust end can on mine. So easy to fit and no welding comes with all conecting pipes and removable baffles. Sounds awsome and looks awsome.

canada.NC30.rider
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Re: Gallery

Post by canada.NC30.rider » Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:49 pm

A very rare sight in Canada... two NC30's together!! Met up with 400greybike member 'djcmx49' on Sunday for the first of hopefully many rides.

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Re: Gallery

Post by beastybikes » Tue Jul 29, 2014 7:46 pm

Nice canada nc :) sweet looking vfrs

Mcconnellnc30nc35
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Re: Gallery

Post by Mcconnellnc30nc35 » Tue Aug 26, 2014 6:30 pm

One of my nc's :-)Image

Neosophist
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Re: Gallery

Post by Neosophist » Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:55 am

Vincent wrote:Image

Just acquired this last Wednesday. 27,000 kms with carbs setup for 1990+ jetting.
I have a 90+ rear shock to put in, and will be looking around for some later model forks.
Coming to this from an 05 ZX6R was quite interesting; the power delivery is so linear in comparison, and it feels a heck of a lot smoother through the corners.

I would really like a new exhaust, but I am apprehensive about cutting and welding the current system as it's still original.
Do the factory cans like to be debaffled? If so, what is the best way to go about this? It looks as though it'd need to be split open and welded back up.
Bit of a late reply... you can get a decent half system which will improve the bike much more than cutting and messing with the stock system, but upto you if you want to cut or not

Be much smoother with the later forks and shock they make it much more precise feeling.
xivlia wrote:i dont go fast on this bike so really do not need a rear brake.. /
vic-vtrvfr wrote:Ask xivlia for help, he's tackled just about every problem u could think of...

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Re: Gallery

Post by JrCherish » Mon Sep 14, 2015 5:38 pm

Greeting from singapore :)


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DarrenIOW
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Re: Gallery

Post by DarrenIOW » Sun Nov 20, 2016 11:38 pm

My 1992 NC30 in standard style graphics but my own custom colours.

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