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Dan
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Dan

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Join date : 2019-12-02

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PostSubject: Rollerisation   Rollerisation Icon_minitime1Sun Feb 16, 2020 2:06 am

I picked up my bike from Moto Moda on Friday
Thanks heaps Pete and Micheal for the great job on
rollerising my GRiSO and swing arm bearings.
I went for a ride today, it feels great , runs beautifully
has more mid range power. Im so happy with the
way it runs. Not as rattley now. I better go and
check the rear wheel bolts [ just kidding]
Thank you
Dan
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garyclem
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garyclem

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Join date : 2014-03-17
Age : 65

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PostSubject: Re: Rollerisation   Rollerisation Icon_minitime1Sun Feb 16, 2020 3:39 am

funny you should say that Dan ..... Pete and Jude just dropped off my bike to Lake Conjola following a Moto Moda rollerisation and putting up with shit traffic and shit weather to get here and then get back to Bungendore.

Sometimes you just gotta say what should be said. Pete really is a 'stand up' guy and only fuck knows why Jude puts up with him, she must feel sorry for him I guess.

Also, having said that ...... Moto Moda Pete and Moto Moda Michael went out of their way to sort my bike. Its now sitting in my shed at Conjola expectantly preparing itself for the Cabal at Taralga in mid March. Importantly, many thanks to Mark for your contribution ....... genuine thanks Mark. The Ghetto really is the best.

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PostSubject: Re: Rollerisation   Rollerisation Icon_minitime1Sun Feb 16, 2020 4:46 am

Just so others understand 'B' kits are unavailable in Europe at the moment. I could get a 'C' kit but they're about $700 more than a 'B' kit and even if you add the extra bits to make it into 'C' kit the difference is still some $500 so I really didn't want to do that.

Then Gary told me he'd been diagnosed with a melanoma and speed might need to be of the essence so I put my thinking cap on and realised that Mark's 1200 motor which we had removed when we built the first 1400 had all the bits we needed for Gary's bike and a quick phone call confirmed that Mark would be OK if we cannibalised it to get the job done ASAP so it's all down toMark's generosity we got it done quickly and cheaper than ordering the 'C' kit which would still of taken three or four weeks to arrive.

Anyway the good news is they've chopped Gary's cancer out and all the tests have so far shown up good. cheers It hasn't made him any better looking mind! Razz

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