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New Toy from Ebay

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Looks like I have a new toy since the Tuono is going away. Anybody see's parts I will be looking for some.

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Looks like a nice restoration project.
Let me know if you need help finding parts for it.
There's a motorcycle salvage yard about 20 minutes away that the guys at Cycle Depot use.
I have a couple of projects planned for the 919 and will get most of the parts from them. That's one of the reasons I bought your bike. It's too hard going back to four wheels after enjoying all the perks of commuting on two wheels.
One of the projects requires the removal of the oil pan and lower case.

I hope you're planning on 100% restoration; that would be nice to see.

One of these days , I'd like to get an RD400 and restore it completely.
Back in the days when I started riding dirt bikes, riding an RD400 down Mulholland was the coolest thing for the street riders.

Enjoy your last ride on the Tuono.
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I got a quick ride down to the Dairy this morning. I got home just in time as the heavens have opened up. This project priority will be to get it running right first. I have some R6 parts that will find their way onto this bike.
First on the list upgrade brakes and suspension. The bodywork is a wait and see what can be done with it. I have a feeling most will need to be replaced. Probably a combo of aftermarket and oem stuff.
It's going to be wierd riding something like this after a big twin. I have wanted one of these since I first starting riding in the early 90's.

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Looks like I have a new toy since the Tuono is going away. Anybody see's parts I will be looking for some.
Dude! What do you need. I have boxes and boxes of parts for the little fizzer.

Let me know.

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Should be lots of fun, Congrats!

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How about Bodywork, Any Bodywork fasteners, Aftermarket Rearsets, Right Side Front Rotor, Braided Lines, Aftermarket Shock. Let's talk I may want to get those parts off of your hands

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Nice find Phil - We will be switching rides one of these Sun. mornings.

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Sounds good Mike. I'm heading up next Saturday to pick it up. If you want to tag along give me a call.

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How about Bodywork, Any Bodywork fasteners, Aftermarket Rearsets, Right Side Front Rotor, Braided Lines, Aftermarket Shock. Let's talk I may want to get those parts off of your hands
Bodywork is HARD to find. I sold all mine when I picked up the bikes. I do have braided lines, rotors, and a fox shock. Got lots of wheels too... LOTS.

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Nice find !

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Well I finally got her home. I started by stripping all the bodywork. I found quite a few missing fasteners. Those will get replaced. THe body needs repair in a few spots. For the most part the bike seems solid. I need to replace the plugs. The coolant looks good probably change to Evan's for track days.
The fork and caliper are off a 88/89. I had planned on bolting up a set of R6 calipers. That maybe scratched and go with something else. The master I have will work and at least some braided lines, and HH pads.
I have my stock shock off the R6 which may get reworked and bolted up. It may not be worth it. THe other alternative is a Penske Sport shock which is about 599.00. It's a twin clicker minus the compression resivuor and adjusment. The forks are off and GMD will be rebuilding, new springs, and Gold Valves.
Really to cap my costs which isn't easy. I found a set of 90 bodywork in nice condition for 550. The only thing he doesn't have is the tail section. I found another tank on ebay for 30.00. I spoke to the guy and told him I would take everything except for the tank. He wants to sell the whole package.

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Latest update. The forks should be done this week. The rotor is here but the bolt weren't cooperating they wanted to round out as I was loosening them. I will drop it by my mechanic I'm sure he'll have better luck.
The bodywork should be here by wednesday. THe NRC covers are on the bike good thing I replaced that cover. The damage had bent the inside of it and a screw was contacting the clutch hub.
The plugs need to be changed I hope to have her together this weekend.

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It's alive. I rode her down the street it feels strangely like my old r6. Well minus about 50hp. The forks work awesome. The bike has a stumble around 6-8k I'm thinking needles are alittle rich. The plugs will be changed tomorrow. Just need to get the brakes work they don't bit for anything. I bleed all the lines and banjos hopefully my braided lines will be in soon. I will take some pics tomorrow.

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Well, will the R6 shock work? If so, then you got the suspension covered.

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Got any pics ?

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Yeah yeah I know. Well I finshed put her together on Saturday. I had planned to meet up with Mister Mike. Over slept I the alarm for PM. Anyways well I wouldn't tour on this thing. The power is very peaky a huge flat spot at highway speed (jetting & gearing seem to be off). Suspension feels good the rear is to low. Bike feels stable not twitchy but forks flex alot abd wierd front vibe at about 85.
The bike wouldn't pull top gear it ran out of steam at 95. I need to get the jetting look at. I may be heading down to see Ivan he did my R6 and it ran amazing after he finished. Bike is fun around town or on back roads. Just need to get to carb sorted.
I changed the two outer plugs. The inner ones had tons grit and gunk I couldn't get my socket to seat. Need a compressor to blow them out. I forgot how much single piston calipers work about as well using my boots to stop. Yes I flushed the lines made out of 20 year old rubber. Another thing that need to get sorted.
Pics coming soon I will give it a try tomorrow.

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Thanks !

Im living vicarously with you, I love these bikes, Ive just never been able to pick one up - Funny how that money thing keep you donw ?!

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I've been trying to buy one for the last 16 years. I wanted one when I first started riding. I always had the deal fall through or decide to get something else.
Money is always a limiting factor. Now I have decide how much more I'm willing to spend.

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As much as it takes man !
Now is no time to get cheap !


Says the one not having to pay for it !

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Well I spent more money today. Bought the rest of the parts for R6 brake conversion. Found a 43 tooth rear sprocket.
Called up Traxxion order a Penske Sport shock not a bad deal 582.00 shipped.
Last but not least but some sticky rubber. A set of Bridgestone BT 090's should do the trick. Not many options but these seem to work on the stock wheels.
I would call me cheap 2ohno frugal yes. Now have to put all this stuff on and get the carbs tuned. Should be ready for track day next month.

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Sweet !!! Im lovin this project !!!


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Soon I promise. I took the wheels off and had the BT 090's mounted. I found a couple of things me no likey. The rear caliper pad is damaged on one corner, left side spacer is not flat probably over torqued, wheel bearings on rear sticking, and the swingarm has some gouges on the inside did someone forgot to torque the rear sprocket at one time.

The previous owner told me to get rid of the airbox as it doesn't stay on. He used some safety wire and a big zip tie. When I went to change the air filter I was looking at the airbox the boots have no clamps. No wonder it won't stay on I have new boots already now I need clamps. Arrggh alot of little parts Yamaha can really nickle and dime you.

The bike is going to the shop next week jetting needs to be looked at. I have a new rear sprocket went up 3 teeth. The thing doesn't want to pull top gear too well. I have the R6 brake set-up that needs to mounted up. The Penske still waiting

I plan on riding this weekend with the new tires it should be fun. I may even throw the warmers on there just for the heck of it. New tires can be sketchy and these are more of a race tire than a street tire.

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Bike went to the shop. The airbox boots were on backwards. The carbs had 3 clogged pilot jet. It starts much better now but won't idle. No jet kit so I will have one put in.
Now for the bad part the 4 of the intake valves were so tight you couldn't get a feeler gauge in between the shim. Low compression about 30 psi across the board. My mechanic thinks best case senario he put some shims on the max clearance side. The compression problem will go away. Seeing as the valves is partially open being so tight this would make sense.
The worst case secnario the head is coming off valves and head get all the carbon cleaned off. The valves will have to be lapped. If that's the case I'll have him skim the head for a little more compression.

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Bike went to the shop. The airbox boots were on backwards. The carbs had 3 clogged pilot jet. It starts much better now but won't idle. No jet kit so I will have one put in.
Now for the bad part the 4 of the intake valves were so tight you couldn't get a feeler gauge in between the shim. Low compression about 30 psi across the board. My mechanic thinks best case senario he put some shims on the max clearance side. The compression problem will go away. Seeing as the valves is partially open being so tight this would make sense.
The worst case secnario the head is coming off valves and head get all the carbon cleaned off. The valves will have to be lapped. If that's the case I'll have him skim the head for a little more compression.

Man, don't sweat removing the head on this bitchen project. If you don't want to do it yourself, can you pull the entire motor and deliver it to him, with repair manual?

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Dude post some friggin pictures. I love FZR400's.

Here's hoping the valve/compression issue works out

I love FZR400's. Post some friggin' pictures.

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common man some pics please!!!

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Yeah, I got tired of waiting too.


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Man I know. You try taking care of two babies, working full time, keeping the house looking decent, with no time to ride. When I do get to ride I hop on the thing and go .I should just take a picture or have Mister Mike on the next ride take one.

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Alright the diagonsis is #2 cylinder has 40 psi. The rest seem okay but the number are all up and down. The head is coming off the valves are getting lapped. I'm hoping we don't need to replace valve guides. I may have the head skimmed for a little compression. This and the jet kit it may actually run pretty strong.

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Alright the diagonsis is #2 cylinder has 40 psi. The rest seem okay but the number are all up and down. The head is coming off the valves are getting lapped. I'm hoping we don't need to replace valve guides. I may have the head skimmed for a little compression. This and the jet kit it may actually run pretty strong.
Bump the compression up and run Unocal 100 Octane unleaded.

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Bump the compression up and run Unocal 100 Octane unleaded.
Never mind; $8.80 for a gallon of 101 octane unleaded at Unocal.

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Ah no thanks I'll stick to 93 pump gas at 4.00. Maybe if I'm doing a track day.

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Well the machinist was able to save the head. It should be done by the end of the week. I hope to have it back maybe next week. Lets keep our fingers crossed and it should run 100% better. Too bad the season is quickly coming to a close.

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Here to hope !

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Well the machinist was able to save the head. It should be done by the end of the week. I hope to have it back maybe next week. Lets keep our fingers crossed and it should run 100% better. Too bad the season is quickly coming to a close.

Sweet! Now get it running and take it to the Dairy so I can Meet up with you and MrMike and ride it




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Sweet! Now get it running and take it to the Dairy so I can Meet up with you and MrMike and ride it
How are you going to carry your clubs?

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I'll just bring the 7 iron, strap it to the back.




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Just like Tin Cup where he breaks all his clubs. He plays the back nine with a 5iron.

Well the head is back at the shop it should be going back together tomorrow. I have to drop off the jet kit today. I picked up NOS dynojet for 50.00 off of ebay. I got to save where I can.

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Well hurry up already so I can break it in for ya!




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