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My 1st NC23 in NZ

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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostThu Aug 10, 2017 11:02 pm

Gimly56 wrote:
cbr400rrn wrote:Fitted one of theirs to my nc29. What a difference I hadn't realised the clutch was slipping that much. Did you get a new clutch nut as well


Yeah clutch nut, gasket....may as well do it once and do it right!! Haven't replaced a clutch before so fingers crossed I don't botch it.


Nor had I, you have done everything else on both bikes yourself so you certainly aren't stupid so if you can do all that then you can easily change a clutch just take your time. Hey you even bought a new clutch nut and gasket. Have faith :peace:
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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostTue Aug 22, 2017 9:34 pm

Clutch is done. Fresh fork oil added. Fresh oil change. New spark plugs added........gonna turn her over after work today and test the waters!!! Wish me luck.
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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostThu Sep 14, 2017 4:21 am

Clutch works a treat! Took the bike for a ride today and it performed well. Sadly now I am going to sell it and use the cash from the sale to work on my other bikes!!

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And yes I know....the chinese fairings are rubbish.....shhhhh you're preaching to the converted!!
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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostThu Sep 14, 2017 12:21 pm

I’d be interested to see how much it goes for, sadly might have to part with mine at the end of the year as well. Are you selling through Trade Me?


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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostSat Sep 16, 2017 1:24 am

Yeah I listed it as an auction on Trademe. Only asking $2500 for it, as it will cost $500-700 to get it re-vinned.

They go for about $3500-4k these days.

I didn't intend on keeping it. I just wanted to repair it and bring it back to life for someone else to enjoy. Sadly most of these bikes get ripped to pieces and sold for parts after a minor accident.
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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostSun Nov 26, 2017 11:08 pm

I sold my NC23. It was annoying me and taking up too much valuable shed space. Got it road legal and sold it to a Honda Motorbike Mechanic. Is in good hands now and will be a xmas present for his wife.
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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostTue Nov 28, 2017 7:09 am

Gimly56 wrote:I sold my NC23. It was annoying me and taking up too much valuable shed space. Got it road legal and sold it to a Honda Motorbike Mechanic. Is in good hands now and will be a xmas present for his wife.
nice. Next project? Help me with mine?


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Re: My 1st NC23 in NZ

PostThu Dec 14, 2017 10:06 am

Whatever mate, you're a Pro!! You don't need any help!!
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