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Aussieflyer's Cafe Racer - part 5
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The ferret Offline
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RE: Aussieflyer's Cafe Racer - part 5
Yep great looking bike and the new pipes look great as well. Hard to go wrong with a pair of reverse cones. Bet it sounds wild.

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(This post was last modified: 01-12-2018 08:38 PM by The ferret.)
05-17-2017 09:11 AM
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Cormanus Offline
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RE: Aussieflyer's Cafe Racer - part 5
Beautiful aussieflyer. Thumbs Up
05-17-2017 02:10 PM
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Mscb1100 Offline
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RE: Aussieflyer's Cafe Racer - part 5
Thanks for the photos
It is a real one of a kind
I like itThe ferret

Looks fast sitting still
01-12-2018 06:47 PM
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use2b Offline
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RE: Aussieflyer's Cafe Racer - part 5
really great work and thanks for the fabrication photo's
would love to convert my wheels to tubeless so let us know how that turned out ? any leaks ?

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2013 CB1100AD K10
01-14-2018 12:28 AM
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Aussieflyer Offline
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Melbourne Australia
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RE: Aussieflyer's Cafe Racer - part 5
(01-14-2018 12:28 AM)use2b Wrote:  ... would love to convert my wheels to tubeless so let us know how that turned out ? any leaks ?

It's been almost two years since the conversion, done about 7,000kms, had one puncture that I plugged about 5,000kms ago, and recently fitted new tyres - no leaks at all. The Outex conversion kit works perfectly but it is difficult to fit on the front wheel due to the narrow rim, the rear wheel is very easy. Although I have found this product to be reliable I should mention that I do not clean the bike with any solvents / bike washes etc. There may be potential for those types of harsh chemicals to the penetrate the wheel around the spoke nipple which could cause the adhesive tapes used in the conversion process to weaken - just one of those possibilities. Water and gentle car wash type detergents has not caused me any issues.
01-23-2018 06:29 AM
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