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Hi guys, 

Names Dave and I'm from Bunbury w. A. And stumbled across this site looking for bits and pieces for a ttr250. 

I'm in the process of getting a 2003 model ttr from my best mate in kalgoorlie. It's got 25l tank to replace the old 10l and the speedo isn't working. 

 

The plan is to get it registered and get my Lic. 

Is there any things I should be aware of when I go to get registered?

 

 



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Welcome Good choice of bike my son spent  the day out with me on my  ttr .i took my Dr 

Sonunds like your in western oz

I'm in new South Wales opposite side of the country .

Rego here 

Good wheel bearings 

No play in suspension (always a little but) 

Stop and tail light 

Head light 

Indicators 

Horn 

Chain guard 

 

Usually pretty easy . I had to fill out a form online and print it as part of the blue slip(registration inspection)  process we have here



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Welcome to the forum Dave!

I am in the UK but it looks as if your fellow countryman is helping out wink

Brian



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Great choice in bike! You're gonna love it!

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Welcome to the forum, Dave.

This site stretches its arms all round the globe. biggrin

A bit like coronavirus but a lot more healthy, friendly and not life threatening!

Martyn



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you are certainly right there Martyn smile



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thanks guys.

Are the indicators easy to wire? and speedo could be a gummy cable? is it possible to use an electronic/GPS style speedo?

found a suitable bike school and i waiting on my neighbour to get from work so we could go for a ride/ and find suitable protective gear too.


the misssus was not impressed when i told her about it. Even though she too, wants her bike lic.

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Welcome new Fish
Speedo, if the head and cable are there, is most likely the drive washer in the hub - broken or bent lugs.
I would guess the indicator wiring should all be there on an Aus spec bike. US models maybe not. Bullet connectors behind the headlight and under the seat.
Need to find another bike quick: "Here you are darling - now we can do our training together" Happy wife, happy life.

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Ahhh awesome.!

I tend just do random things. Chainsaws, cars, fishing gear.

 

Mate finally sent through photos.



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