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Author Topic: FZR600 Neo-Cafe  (Read 25671 times)

Offline The Limey

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #190 on: Nov 12, 2017, 12:03:25 »
New rear light fitted.

Number plate bracket made up, and number plate fitted.

A bit of tidying up done on the loom.

Fuel tank fitted - the nicely painted thing that you see is a dummy.

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #191 on: Nov 16, 2017, 06:47:28 »
Refurbished fuel pump refitted, but not yet plumbed in.


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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #192 on: Nov 16, 2017, 06:49:06 »
And some Good ridge goodness.


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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #193 on: Nov 16, 2017, 15:53:05 »
I used to get my Goodridge hoses and fittings from a place in the UK, BSR I think they were called. Run by Wendy Grant after he husband Dave died.  It was a reasonable sized operation in Chipping Camden IIRC. They closed some years ago unfortunately.

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #194 on: Nov 16, 2017, 15:56:16 »
These came with the bike.  Unfortunately, they didn't have the stainless banjos but had the nickel played ones and they'd gone all manky.  A good rub down and a spray with silver Rustoleum appliance enamel and the look good as new.

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #195 on: Nov 16, 2017, 17:28:13 »
Refurbished fuel pump refitted, but not yet plumbed in.

Is that a stock setup on that bike?  On the 750, it's an internal unit in the tank. 
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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #196 on: Nov 16, 2017, 17:46:12 »
Affirmative, its the stock item.

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #197 on: Nov 16, 2017, 17:52:17 »
Looks like the same pump as on our FZR400.

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #198 on: Nov 16, 2017, 17:56:39 »
Could well be.  The 4 and 6 are very closely related, to the point where the engine from the 6 bolts straight into the 4 frame.

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Re: FZR600 Neo-Cafe
« Reply #199 on: Nov 16, 2017, 18:03:21 »
There have been a few 4/600s or mix and match bikes raced over the years.  I'd really like a MotoGP M1 shaped seat.  I think it could be made to work well with the lines of a 400 or 600.  Ours has the old stock flabby assed seat side panels.  Yours is much better looking. 

A YZF600R tank would work nicely but they are a little rounder and fatter at the rear that the stock tank cover.