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  • Originally posted by Scaramouche View Post
    Would it make too much of a difference to anyone if it were true ?
    Probly only to the poor copper tryin to keep up..

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    • Its been a while I know, but good things have come from it.

      Heres a few pics to bring you along some.































      This was all a few weeks ago now. Your almost up to speed

      Theres much more happening soon...............

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      • Mmmmmm Turbo :-)

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          • New triple clamp arrived late yesterday. Custom Billet job. Very happy.

            Now its off to my favourite welding guy to make a final mod to it to attach the original ignition and we're done there too



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            • Blimey! This one's over the top.

              I might as well give up and go home now.
              Please, call me Flash...

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              • greeting people. I am in search of a specialist that can help me with Oil supply feed One Way valves. Be it banjo bolt style or inline. Need one that is normally closed when engine is switched off but has a opening / crack / release pressure of 2 psi to allow oil to flow when the engine is fired up. Here is a picture of what I am referring to all be it crude. What I would prefer is a ball bearing and spring style if someone is able to point me in the right direction or perhaps is in the industry be it hydraulics, high pressure hosing or turbo supplies. cheers in advance.



                Looking to replace the current banjo bolt and adaptor if necessary located under the ignition cover plate to serve my needs. Have senbt out a few emails but as yet no reply has come back.

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                • Not sure about a banjo check valve, but what size is the oil line? -3AN or -4AN ?

                  If it's a -4AN, you could cut the line, get a couple of -4AN hose ends, and attach this in between.

                  Or if it's a -3AN, the same here, but with some appropriate AN to NPT adaptors at either end also. (also do-able with -4AN if you prefer to have extra length due to the NPT adaptors instead of the extra width of the other valve)

                  Still, if you can find something to replace the banjo and reducer, it will be a lot more compact.

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                  • Honestly, you should demand sponsorship from Suzuki - wasn't sure on the red cylinder block but gees once in situ - with perspective of other quality adds - bravo!
                    You can't *burrrp* can't just post, just post anything you feel like morty, you just *burrp* just end up *burrp* end up hurting people's feelings morty I mean how, how would you like it if I said things that offended you morty?

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                    • Originally posted by House View Post
                      Not sure about a banjo check valve, but what size is the oil line? -3AN or -4AN ?

                      If it's a -4AN, you could cut the line, get a couple of -4AN hose ends, and attach this in between.

                      Or if it's a -3AN, the same here, but with some appropriate AN to NPT adaptors at either end also. (also do-able with -4AN if you prefer to have extra length due to the NPT adaptors instead of the extra width of the other valve)

                      Still, if you can find something to replace the banjo and reducer, it will be a lot more compact.
                      With thanks [MENTION=6983]House[/MENTION] - On it now

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                      • A courtesy post to all. Sorry there has been no activity of late. Been busy helping out a few peeps with bike issues of their own, also half way through building another 2010 600. Should resume the build come the end of September, cheers

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                        • Been a while I know, but life has a tendency to get in the way. Heres a shot of the tyres I had fitted both front and rear. Michelins





                          A Packet of Check Valves to stop oil supply to the turbo on switch off.



                          And a picture that won BOTM earlier this year on another forum using my man cave collection in a dedication to my son

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                          • ive been fanging for updates on this hope to see more soon mate, nice tribute to your son too.

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                              • you do beautiful work i love all these big suzuki's, i was wondering is that the standard oil cooler, i know these bikes run two oil pumps one for lubrication and one for oil cooling but the standard cooler was set up as a good size for normally aspirated not a turbo charged engine do you reckon it will be ok with the extra heat generated by the turbo charger, i have never seen one of these series of bikes turbo charged before.

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