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    MC22 Aussie Restoration

    Hey guys, new member here. I've actually been browsing for many many hours. Was inspired by many projects to start my own. I found my self a 1998 Honda CBR250rr for sale on Ebay for $1900. Still had over 6 months rego left. Started first time every time.

    I didnt really want to get too crazy with it, but I love pulling things apart and understanding how things work. One minute I was pulling things off to see what condition it was in, next minute the bike was in complete bits.

    So the overall plan is to break the bike down and rebuild everything to like new condition. As much as I want to play with the engine, it was running fine so Im going to leave it alone. Just give it a fresh look.

    I love the look of the bike and will not be going the Tyga kit. The plan was to keep the original look, but once I had everything in pieces I thought I would get everything powdercoated to give it the best chance of looking new again.

    So I've been at it for a while, I was going to share it with you guys but for some reason my account wasnt been activated. So now that it is, I'll throw up some random pics ive been taking.

    Its pretty much up to rebuilding now. So let the fun begin
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    RE: MC22 Aussie Restoration

    Go to photobucket.com , create an account and look up the top for how to upload your photos. You can't link us to photos on your hard drive, put them on the Internet first.

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    RE: MC22 Aussie Restoration

    Quote Originally Posted by pledge
    Go to photobucket.com , create an account and look up the top for how to upload your photos. You can't link us to photos on your hard drive, put them on the Internet first.
    Cheers mate, yeah having some photo uploading issues.

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    RE: MC22 Aussie Restoration

    No problem, looking forward to pics

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    RE: MC22 Aussie Restoration

    Oh, also, you can make the images appear properly on the forum by using the [img] tag.

    eg: [img]yourlinkhere[/img]

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    Ahhhh, thats heaps better. Cheers

    The photos are pretty random. I'll be taking better quality photos when I rebuild. Wasnt really expecting on posting them.
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    RE: MC22 Aussie Restoration

    Oh Mane I am loving this, fantastic work!

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    RE: MC22 Aussie Restoration

    Can you use autosol on caliper pistons?

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