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This is my TTR350 fully rebuilt, I think!



-- Edited by Christos on Monday 29th of March 2021 05:24:37 PM

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Love the pink wheels.



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Yes, the result was a success! They are actually purple-ish...



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Not sure it makes any difference but chain adjusters are usually other way round.Could have this wrong .

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Looks good Christos. That Baja Designs headlight is the second best modification you can make to an OE, after fitting a 350 kit !
Can't quite see - what carb is that?

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Looks good Christos. That Baja Designs headlight is the second best modification you can make to an OE, after fitting a 350 kit !
Can't quite see - what carb is that?


 Thanks Simon! I have fitted 3000 lumens led to the headlight as I like to ride at night. The only thing, I need to find a rubber replacement for the small bulb as it is quite brittle...

That is a Dellorto PHF 34 mm carb. When the accelerator pump kicks in you feel some hidden power emerge.



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comeragh wrote:

Not sure it makes any difference but chain adjusters are usually other way round.Could have this wrong .


 Will check this. Thanks!



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Ah yes, I think I remember you mentioned the Delorto before somewhere. Should help the breathing, with that exhaust as well.
I don't think it matters much which way up the chain adjusters are, but they are more vulnerable to hits from rocks when they hang down like that.
I have a Cyclops led in my BD headlight. Cooling fan always confuses my roadworthiness (MOT) tester - he thinks the fuel pump is racing because I'm out of fuel!

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I have this one, very reliable, 25 euro a pair and no cooling fan.



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