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Guess you mean the medium size rubber that fits on the main mounting point, that is available gen Yamaha from Fowlers, as is the rear rubber bung.  Very generally, the gen rubbers are good quality, pattern ones are a mixed bag.  The "carb sync screw washer" is strange.  What washer is it that you mean?

5port
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Yambits. For the silencer rubbers not sure about the sync screw washers.
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Hi does anyone know where i could get either of the above items plz??
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Aircooled RD Tech Help 200cc and Below / Re: Yamaha rd200a
« Last post by smokinsimmo on Today at 12:04:55 AM »
I made my own tank badges from window grade Perspex using a CNC milling machine and many layers of paint. 

If there is some interest I could run off a few pairs. 
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Aircooled RD Tech Help 250cc and Above / Re: Front/Rear brake master cylinder kits.
« Last post by Ozhammer on September 22, 2019, 11:20:30 PM »
I think Aussie bikes were all fitted with 14mm bore master cylinders John.
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Aircooled RD Tech Help 250cc and Above / Re: Front/Rear brake master cylinder kits.
« Last post by mervin on September 22, 2019, 03:40:20 PM »
sorry went modify instead of quote

saxmoto is a good seller in germany - I payed some parts from him and it was always ok.

by the front master cylinder please show that you have the rigth diameter!
some RD250 has an 14mm Nissin Master cyliner (UK and US import?)
but standard size in germany was the 5/8 Assco front master cylinder.
no standard UK was the same as Germany 5/8" asco
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Aircooled RD Tech Help 250cc and Above / Re: Front/Rear brake master cylinder kits.
« Last post by ukofumo on September 22, 2019, 03:16:49 PM »
saxmoto is a good seller in germany - I payed some parts from him and it was always ok.

by the front master cylinder please show that you have the rigth diameter!
some RD250 has an 14mm Nissin Master cyliner (UK and US import?)
but standard size in germany was the 5/8 Assco front master cylinder.
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Aircooled RD Tech Help 250cc and Above / Pistons
« Last post by stukey on September 22, 2019, 10:59:04 AM »
As some of you are aware, there have been a lot of debates about pistons over the years and most are aware of my involvment with a certain german forged piston manufacturer. I have some new aircooled cast pistons that have been manufactured by one of the top piston manufacturers in the world to  aircooled spec but with the addition of a special anti=friction  coating very much like the patented coating on wossner racing pistons. I will be taking a pair along to stafford for anyone to have a look.Bearing in mind they are pre-production prototypes and possibley not the finished article.I would welcome constructive input, so anyone wanting to have a look and touch can do so.These are not  crusinimage type ones available in china for £10 a pair ;)
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Aircooled RD Tech Help 250cc and Above / Re: Gearbox Oil change?
« Last post by tony2stroke on September 22, 2019, 09:27:29 AM »
Hmmmmm

Hasn't oil been underground for millions of years!!   :P


Ady

Yes! but! as soon as its pulled out the ground its processed, I think oil is hygroscopic  tending to absorb moisture from the air.
relating to humidity. same as brake fluid.
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