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  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

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PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:40 am   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
This is obviously an option when the first plan does not turn out to be a good one.
I have to pay 50euros for a set of 36mm Keihin Thundercat carbs with a TPS and might just try it on a rolling road ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 21
Views: 3857

PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:52 am   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
It has been a while but in the mean time I managed to find out using the parts cataloque that both the SRi and the SR use a TPS. The sensor is obviousely different as the SR uses Keihins and the SRI a ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 21
Views: 3857

PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 2:13 pm   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
Hi guys, I'm back with another question.
The CR flatsides aren't really the bees knees on the street. Heavy fuel consumption, little low down torque and a heavy throttle. But worse, very easy wetting ...
  Topic: BIMOTA SB2 - New, never registered or started
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 15
Views: 3970

PostForum: Bimota Chat   Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 1:22 pm   Subject: BIMOTA SB2 - New, never registered or started
Hello Steve,

Thank you very much for the detailed proof that hand applied pin striping is original for the SB2 series. I hope you are not offended if I say it is a rather poor finish. My old and ba ...
  Topic: BIMOTA SB2 - New, never registered or started
Fulvia-hf

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PostForum: Bimota Chat   Posted: Thu Jun 08, 2017 9:07 am   Subject: BIMOTA SB2 - New, never registered or started
Hello Steve,

I have an SB2 too albeit not NOS like yours. I think you might have the only NOS SB2 in the world. Will you be riding it?
My bike was bought as an abandoned project. Chassis and cycl ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 21
Views: 3857

PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Sun May 28, 2017 6:18 pm   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
I decided to skip the option of ever carying a pilion so no need to invest in a seat. However thank you for the offer.
I made a very nice heel cover for the rear brake master from a small piece of T6 ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 21
Views: 3857

PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Thu May 25, 2017 8:47 am   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
Just returned from a 600mile trip through the south of Brittan. The Yb, not realy suited to the poor UK pavement with its firm suspension and racer seating position behaved rather well. Two things I n ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 21
Views: 3857

PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:14 am   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
hello, everybody,
I bought a NOS fuel cap, flap (!) from Bimota spares Paolo and it cured not only the esthetics but also the sealing of the rubber gasket. two problems solved with one golden sto ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

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PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:15 am   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
There is a treaded adjuster but I feel it is not used for turning up and down every time you go out for a ride. Adding to the problem, the rev counter is overexaggerating quite a lot. Idling sounds li ...
  Topic: New member with Yb9SRI
Fulvia-hf

Replies: 21
Views: 3857

PostForum: YB Series   Posted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:52 pm   Subject: New member with Yb9SRI
Hello, I'm new to the Bimota Forum although I'm not new to Bimota. I had a Yb4ie a few years ago which I sold to NZ some years after. I bought an SB2 in parts waiting to be restored but couldn't resis ...
 
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