Sorry if I caused some confussion with my previous post. I believe that it is £12.00 or £13.00 to get into Donington, but once in, you can access the paddock area (unlike larger meetrings like BSB). It would be great to see some of you, so come along and say hello, you will be able to find me in the paddock, look for my sprinter van sign written 'KJD Property Services'. If anyone is interested, there should be plenty of space for camping, the bar should be open and there should also be food available, so come along, the more the merrier!
Unless anything changes I was looking to go to Donnington on the Sunday 23rd, leaving you alone on the 22nd. If Keith can mention when the fun starts then I'll try and get there by that time. I'm sure if we keep popping back and forth to Keiths camp there's a chance we'll cross paths. Not sure if Scobri will join us but I'll ask.
If you don't crash, how do you know what your limits are ?
I'm a definite for the Sunday & hopefully my mate Moe. £13 entry seems like a bargain to me. can't really entertain camping on the Sat. I've only got a 9 birth tent which doesn't fit on the bike! Tempted to tax the FZ for the trip but it would probably be it's first trip of any reasonable distance since being finished so not sure that's such a good idea???
If Keith can mention when the fun starts then I'll try and get there by that time
I would imagine there will be practice on Sunday for the few that didnt do Saturday. That normally starts at 9am, so racing will start around 9.45-10am. Wont know until I get there as to which race we are in (normally later in the program) but thats not to say that they couldnt put us out in the 1st race! There will be plenty of races with 'modern bikes' as well as a sidecar race, so should be plenty of good racing to watch
vtr: Hi from cape town; new at forum's not at bike building; the insanity is contagious. Recently acquired a "1FU" FZ750 with dropped valves and decided cool to rebuild as a 911conversion sleeper, what we do to ourselves...
Oct 28, 2018 18:19:43 GMT
Bill Inger: Hi Horse, I know this is a number of years ago when you was looking at a cable conversation, did you get it sorted. and could you help me with my race bike that I uses in the superstock at the CRMC. Cheers Bill
Jan 13, 2019 9:42:57 GMT
grahamfirestorm: Hi everyone my name is graham,from wakefield w.yorks,just acquired a restored 1991 fz750.
Jun 23, 2019 19:52:52 GMT
grahamfirestorm: Can anyone tell me why my bike doesn't seem to light up after 7000rpm like all the research I did before buying it.She has the standard 4 into 1 exhaust,carbs rebuilt with new jets,seals,floats,2 new diaphragms,all valve clearances checked and adjusted?
Jun 23, 2019 20:00:50 GMT
grahamfirestorm: She revs round to 10000rpm ok,but there is no urgency with it,my 1987 Kawasaki gpx750 was a lot quicker,and that was supposed to be 10-15 bhp down,ive been told the standard silencer and air filter are to blame but I don't believe that.
Jun 23, 2019 20:10:33 GMT
grpollard: After a header pipe ring nut (for starters). After 15 plus years trying to get my fz back on the road
Oct 6, 2019 9:52:13 GMT
2manyprojects: Hi all, just aqquired 2 FZ's (only one for me, one for nephew). Have a stable full of bikes, I do have a problem, some say its madness! Am based in North Devon, yes where its always raining! Lol😂
Oct 14, 2019 17:14:31 GMT
Graham : grahamfirestorm. Do you have standard size main jets fitted to your carbs? I would be tempted to go up a size or even two to see if it helps the bike pull stronger at high revs.
Oct 15, 2019 18:57:05 GMT
hybridfreak63: Hi could anyone give me more information about fitting R1 4xv forks to my FZ ...... much appreciated
Jan 18, 2021 10:17:37 GMT