What Did You Do To Your Busa, Today?





Ordered this piece , 6th Jan , wasn't expecting it to here before April , but it landed today . I am getting some other parts together , may fit it up soon , before the other bits arrive . It will run the exact same wheelbase my L2 is now . View attachment 1594228

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WOWZERS! Titanium arm that is really nice.
Do they give you provisions for a chain guard on there?
 
Ordered this piece , 6th Jan , wasn't expecting it to here before April , but it landed today . I am getting some other parts together , may fit it up soon , before the other bits arrive . It will run the exact same wheelbase my L2 is now . View attachment 1594228

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TOAD your plates look a tad funny across the pond but no doubt one could eat off of it. Very very nice addition to the fine china.
 
Very, very nice Toad . . . :thumbsup:
So what is the weight difference? I suppose you gotta get the OEM arm off first, to weigh it . . . . absolute work of art!
What does Ma think of it being on the table? lol :p
Yes , I am very happy with the build quality , been told to expect some weight saved , and even 'old Ma ' likes the shine of this piece on her table , although not very stealthy !!
 
Hopefully everybody will realize that this is an old thread ~ believe me brothers that , old threads still have life *


Would really like to follow along with input here too ~ not sure how everybody likes the way my mind thinks *
It's an old thread for sure, but it's been updated over the years. Some of the stuff you drag up? Well my brother, let's just say that some of them died for a reason.....keep doing you though, if nothing else it's good for a laugh when someone realizes what's happened! I think how your mind works is just fine. Can't speak for others, but you get a lot of comments and input soooo........
 
Got in the AS3 front brake lines, and stem bolt.
I must say that I love the AS3 Lines. I pictured them next to the rear galfer I have to put on. Looks like I will have to order an AS3 for the rear. They have a smoother feel and I like the rubber ends on them and they came with new banjo bolts. Not sure if they are aluminum or what but feel nice.

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The hoses with the black screw on banjo fittings are illegal for the road here in NZ, race-track only.
We have a safety check system for motor vehicles called a 'Warrant if Fitness', all vehicles have to be checked on a 12 month cycle and I am authorised by the 'powers that be' (the Crown) as an inspector. Yay, lucky me . . . NOT!!
How about in the US? are they legal there? Do you have a safety check system, or how does it work over there?
The crimp type banjo fitting is the only type that is deemed 'safe' for the road here
 
The hoses with the black screw on banjo fittings are illegal for the road here in NZ, race-track only.
We have a safety check system for motor vehicles called a 'Warrant if Fitness', all vehicles have to be checked on a 12 month cycle and I am authorised by the 'powers that be' (the Crown) as an inspector. Yay, lucky me . . . NOT!!
How about in the US? are they legal there? Do you have a safety check system, or how does it work over there?
The crimp type banjo fitting is the only type that is deemed 'safe' for the road here
In Iowa no inspections no emissions. We got some nice machines around here.

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