Shakotom

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About Shakotom

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  • Birthday 10/01/94

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  1. As as I said, I collected that twisted up FR solely for a few parts it had on it that I had been hunting for for a while and couldn't find. Tonight I started to strip that down for parts and fitted them to my good FR50, namely being the one bit I had been hunting for since day of purchase -a complete chain guard with upper and lower halves. As well as other rubber grommets and washers/spacers to places that they were missing from amongst the frame pine. Makes the bike look so much more complete. Stoked!! also, fitted the NOS FR50 leg guard badge I purchased from Suzuki Japan
  2. Yeah, I just can cleared it using clear from paint shop down the road - but I sorta mucked up spraying it in some patches and the flake hasn't laid down/ it's rough to touch so with out a decent amount of work I don't think it will really come up that good. I saw your pictures of your tank and that and man that paint looked super deep, I see what you mean regarding decent clear ect
  3. Give me all the details on how to mount motor plz need this for my FR
  4. Oops.... this makes it three picked this up today solely for the lower half of the chain guard. but on further inspection it looks to have a few other bits that might be useful or just hoarded for spares. Forks are super bent so I'm guessing it's been run over or crashed. It also has a few differences than my good FR50 -namely being stickers for the logos instead of badges / had round speedo/ different shaped safety light on the front.
  5. Also If you remember seeing a while ago in this thread a sparkly Fa50 frame, I finally got around to bolting it back together just before dromeageddon. I decided to fit 14in dirtbike tyres to it after getting a sweet deal from a fellow oldschooler for maximum dirt tractions for backup at dromeageddon. As a note, they do fit but just. To get the rear wheel on involves fitting the wheel with the tyre deflated and then inflating once bolted in place. I also had to remove the stand as that rubbed hard on the tyre and the carb filter elbow misses by a whisker BONUS IMAGE. CHECK OUT THAT SPARKLE
  6. I have a problem. I keep managing to acquire double ups of scooters . The one at the back Is a FR80 I purchased off Denham to use to donate the 80cc engine to my FR50. It also supplied the top half of a chain guard which Ive fitted to the 50. The 80 after twiddling with the carb seems to go hard for what it is and with the front forks welded solid gives a weird feeling like it wants to pop the front wheel off the ground on 1-2 gear change. probably not but more so just a sweet jolt on shifting. Looking forward to yanking the 50 and putting the 80 in its place! also someone sell me the lower half of a fr50 chainguard please!
  7. So I haven't really done much on these, I successfully passed my basic handling test and acquired my motorcycle learners licence. since then Ive really just been enjoying riding the Ax100 around the streets. Ive run out of gas a couple of times, and the fact that it runs premix is a nuisance when that happens/means I really have to plan trips to the gas station. Apart from that, Its great fun to ride. A few weeks ago while the weather was crappy I spent a couple of evenings out in the garage chopping the wiring and fixing a few issues to allow me to finally get around to fitting the round headlight I purchased. Aesthetically its made a HUGE change to the whole bike for the better. It looks a lot lighter and much more towards the look Im aiming for. Fitting the round headlight gave me the issue of having nowhere to mount the ignition switch. Previously the switch was mounted in the body of the rectangular headlight, but a few modifications to the wiring resulted in me being able to move the switch to the side cover I'd made earlier. numbers on the sidecover are a quick scribble with a crappy paint pen to see what I thought for making a proper set of decals/number board. Now I need to purchase new rear indicators as ive lost one lense and new bar grips.
  8. So many pines! man I'm feeling the low rider buzz hugely at the moment.
  9. Oh man that road looks so sweet
  10. Keen for a wagon. jus need to sell some cars/stuff first....
  11. This is awsome!
  12. Fucking pine this is me right now. so good oh my
  13. I drive past the vinegar hill sign on the way home from wellington on saturday and it's not that bigger drive from Auckland Now I'm annoyed I didn't come this year.
  14. Would you be able to make a rough 1:1 cardboard template of the mounting holes/ measure motor dimensions up and forward ect and post it up to me man? Keen as to see how much of FR needs chopped to fit one <3
  15. That is one lush piece of machinery there matey!