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post #1 of 45 Old 09-16-2009, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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Pacific Northwest WT members - BBQ at my place!

To get in one last BBQ before the weather turns to crap, and also to celebrate getting married recently, and to celebrate completing our backyard project, https://wristtwisters.com/home-improv...tml#post338495
I'll host a BBQ/GTG at my place.

We're leaving on our honeymoon and will be back late on 10/2, but the following dates will work for me.

Sat. 10/3
Sun. 10/4
Sun. 10/11

You guys pick the date, and the sausages, burgers, and beer are on me!

Oh, by the way... I could use a hand swapping out the front and rear-end on my bike...

With a few knowledgeable WT members mulling about, we should be able to swap out a shock and swingarm, and get a new front-end installed...
https://wristtwisters.com/naked-bikes...tml#post261073

Hopefully we can get it done early and get a ride, then relax with some beers.

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I voted for 10/4, but can really do any of the days listed.

As for mechanical smarts, I don't really bring that much to the table except enthusiasm and a spare set of hands. I did just swap out the alternator cover on my 9er, managing to create a little drama even in such a simple task (involving a power drill), but did ultimately succeed.

I do have tools, though, so give a shout. Have 27mm socket, will travel.

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I don't really bring that much to the table except enthusiasm and a spare set of hands.
It's amazing how helpful either of those can be!!

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I didn't vote, because I can't even tell you what I'm doing tomorrow... but if you pick a date I will do my best to show up.

I sent EVAD101 a text telling him about this thread, I'm sure him and the wiff will try to make it as well. There are quite a few Seattle WT guys around... may want to ping them.

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Dang it, i can't make any of them. I'm doing training (out of town) all weekends in Oct except 17 & 18.

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Sat/Sun OCT 3/4 is a WMRRA Race weekend.

Just about any other time is good for me.


The front/rear end swap will be fun. Need any tools? Honda specific like the steering head nut socket or castle nuts? I go em'!

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The front/rear end swap will be fun. Need any tools? Honda specific like the steering head nut socket or castle nuts? I go em'!
I have the most pathetic set of tools imaginable!! (that WILL be remedied soon!), so any Honda-specific tools required will be a HUGE help! Thanks for the offer!

Since 10/3 & 4 is WMRRA weekend, I may do the shock & swingarm swap on Saturday, and try and get out to Pacific and watch you guys go balls-out on Sunday. I've been to a few track days there but never made it out to the races.

I'll barbecue both weekends just in case anyone wants to show up, but I'll plan to have the BBQ/WT GTG/Ride/front-end install on Sunday, 10/11.
I'm out of town late in the day on Sat. 10/10, but will get the front end pulled off Friday night and early Saturday so the only thing to do Sunday will be install the new front-end and ride.
I've never installed triple clamps before, so I'm excited to learn, and any input on getting everything in the correct order on the stem will be appreciated!

Thanks guys!
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PS: Jarrett, even though you're out of town every weekend, you're more than welcome to come over any time for beers and BBQ! Just let me know when your schedule opens up and we'll plan something.

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It might be helpful to have an address...

I'm no longer in downtown Seattle, I recently moved to Renton.

508 Kitsap Ave NE
Renton, WA 98059

We were recently incorporated into the City of Renton so they just changed the street name and all the house numbers, so most mapping programs can't find the address. Talk about confusing! Thanks Renton!!
(Mapquest will find our previous address: 12520 145th PL SE)

Exit 4 off I-405
Take 3rd Street 2.3 miles up the hill (east)
Turn left at Jericho Ave. and go 1 block
Turn right at 4th CT and go 1 block
Turn left at Kitsap Ave and it's the 3rd house on the right.

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Thats my old neck of the woods (i'm down in Auburn)

I wont actually be racing due to my recent injuries from the last race weekend crash (highsided)

But I will be out there part of the time watching.

I can bring over my little race tool box. Should have everything we need.

Do you have the manual? no big deal if you do not. I have put on many a set of triple clamps in my day.

I still have an RC51 Manual lying around I think. If I do I'll bring it. Good for torque specs. Just browsed the build thread. No reason we can not built it in a day easily.

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Ah, the races... I will be there as well part of the time clickin photos(just for fun).

You're just down yonder from me. I'm in downtown Bellevue. Looking on Google Maps, looks like a nice little shack you have there. But you need to nix the sun tanning in the buff man. Not good.

I have my RC-51 service manual scanned in as a giant PDF file, I can bring it along for those specs, too.

I'm hungry right now, I think I might pop over for some BBQ action. See you in 15!

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Do you have the manual? no big deal if you do not. I have put on many a set of triple clamps in my day.

I still have an RC51 Manual lying around I think. If I do I'll bring it. Good for torque specs. Just browsed the build thread. No reason we can not built it in a day easily.
I have a 919 manual 'somewhere', and it looks like Ragdoll also has a RC-51 manual. I was just about to start searching for all the torque specs.


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You're just down yonder from me. I'm in downtown Bellevue. Looking on Google Maps, looks like a nice little shack you have there. But you need to nix the sun tanning in the buff man. Not good.

I have my RC-51 service manual scanned in as a giant PDF file, I can bring it along for those specs, too.

I'm hungry right now, I think I might pop over for some BBQ action. See you in 15!
Dammit! busted in the buff AGAIN!!

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All the dates are fine to me, can we change the location to Virginia Beach?

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I have a 919 manual 'somewhere', and it looks like Ragdoll also has a RC-51 manual. I was just about to start searching for all the torque specs.
Here's the 919 torque values from the service manual:



Here's the exploded diagram for the above:



Do you need the specialized tools, like the steering stem socket, or is all that just to keep the Honda parts guy rolling in dough?

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Here's the 919 torque values from the service manual:

Do you need the specialized tools, like the steering stem socket, or is all that just to keep the Honda parts guy rolling in dough?
Thanks for sending the torque specs!

I honestly don't know if the Honda-specific tools are 'required' or not, since I've never replaced the triples before, but Evad101 has offered to bring the Honda-specific tools he has.

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Wow, you're just down the street. Enjoy the honeymoon, let me know if I can bring over some food, and like someone above I'll bring some enthusiasm and thumbs.

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Wow, you're just down the street. Enjoy the honeymoon, let me know if I can bring over some food, and like someone above I'll bring some enthusiasm and thumbs.
Enthusiasm and extra thumbs are always welcome!!

I'll have burgers & sausages, and beers & sodas. If there's anything else that people want, please feel free to bring it.

We're leaving for Mexico early Friday morning - I'm looking forward to just sitting around and doing nothing for an entire week!!

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We just got back from Mexico around Midnight last night. It was pretty rough swimming in the warm ocean and lounging around in 90 degree weather every day... I could have easily stayed a couple more days, but it's good to be back.

If you guys are still up for it, I'm ready to BBQ and meet everyone next Sunday.

I'm already back working on the bike project; I got the steering stem bearing pressed on today and will try to get as much done on the front end as possible this coming week.

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I'm pretty sure I can make it.

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What time we planning?

Shall we plan a what to bring list? BYOB?

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What time we planning?

Shall we plan a what to bring list? BYOB?
I went to Costco last night and bought a selection of different chicken sausages. I also got a large package of regular hot dogs, and a bunch of hamburger. Don't worry Rags, there should be plenty of food for your voracious appetite!!

For drinks I have water, various sodas, and some cheap beer (Coors light).
There's also liquor and mixers for anyone that wants to go nuts...

If you guys want anything besides that (beans? chips? salads?) we'll start a list and people can post what they'll bring.

I'll be out working on my bike by 10am so feel free to show up any time after that. The food will be ready by noon. Hopefully we can wrap up the front-end job quickly and get a ride in. The current forecast shows 63 degrees and mostly sunny for Sunday!

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EVAD and myself recently both disabled ourselves within weeks of each other both a Pacific Raceways. I just had surgery to fix some of it 5 days ago. He's casted up as well. No riding for us. Makes me want to cry.

Not that my RC-51 even runs now anyways (NOW I want to cry).

I am capable of eating though.

I will bring chocolate milk.

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Wow, sorry to hear about the crippled bikes and the injuries. At least you guys are healing up, and still able to eat!!
We can do a little wrenching and a lot of eating, and plan a group ride for another time.

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Wow, sorry to hear about the crippled bikes and the injuries. At least you guys are healing up, and still able to eat!!
We can do a little wrenching and a lot of eating, and plan a group ride for another time.
I know I can speak for EVAD and say, dont let us 2 hold you guys bacj from riding! Serious

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Foods on at noon? Will be there at 11 for some wrenching. Rags you'll be there then too.

I do believe my wife will be joining us if that cool. (She rides, that how we met)

I'll bring some chips and salsa and cheaper beer, Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Still need tools?

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Foods on at noon? Will be there at 11 for some wrenching. Rags you'll be there then too.

I do believe my wife will be joining us if that cool. (She rides, that how we met)

I'll bring some chips and salsa and cheaper beer, Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Still need tools?
11am sounds good. Definitely bring your wife, the more the merrier!

Looking at the diagram above, I will need any specialty tools required for the nuts on the steering stem... Lock nut? Top thread? also not sure what size socket is needed for the Steering stem nut...

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I will quickly find a girl and marry her by Sunday and bring my wife as well.

Probably brunette? We'll see... Call her Twinkie, she might like that but I'm not sure yet.

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Yall have fun and drink one for me!

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I will raise my chocolate milk glass to you.

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The entire front end is off except for the triple clamps. Anyone know what size socket is required for the stem nut?
Also, how do you get the key housing (ignition switch) off the triples? It kinda looks like an allen head but none of my allen wrenches will fit...

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Also, if anyone has a punch they could bring, I need to punch out the stem bearing races to install the new tapered bearing races.

I'm on my way out of town for the evening, I'll see you guys tomorrow.

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Also, if anyone has a punch they could bring, I need to punch out the stem bearing races to install the new tapered bearing races.

I'm on my way out of town for the evening, I'll see you guys tomorrow.
I'll bring the front end tools, socket, punch etc.

The ignition is a a security bolt. I believe the last time i took on out i had to sacrifice and alen wrench.

You tell me where I am going?

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I'll bring the front end tools, socket, punch etc.

The ignition is a a security bolt. I believe the last time i took on out i had to sacrifice and alen wrench.

You tell me where I am going?
Address and map is posted above

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Google maps seems to work for the new address now (didn't a week ago): 508 Kitsap Ave NE Renton, WA 98059 - Google Maps

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Google maps seems to work for the new address now (didn't a week ago): 508 Kitsap Ave NE Renton, WA 98059 - Google Maps
Yes, that's it. Google must have recently updated their maps. Just a few weeks ago Google couldn't accurately find our old or new address.

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