Essential Tools for your ZXR

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by ross46 » Fri Oct 04, 2013 2:53 pm

very mature cargo, and you take the piss for me being young, the post i put trying to clear the air, i got pms from people saying "hit the nail on the head" and "its what we're all thinking", and this isnt the first time people have brought up your attitude on this forum, i will happily admit i have faults, but you wont, so i would politely like to ask that on any of my threads could you please not reply unless you have something constructive to say without the attitude, thankyou. and vaughn, on the L model the tool trauy they give you is tiny so im making a larger one and the tools i said dont take up much space as all the sockets are on bars. i can fit all the tools i need to strip and engine into a smallish tank bag

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by KwakKwak » Fri Oct 04, 2013 4:39 pm

Vaughn wrote:Must be like a tardis under your seat, I've got about enough room for a pack of fags and a chocolate bar
I do hope you're not condoning eating chocolate?
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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by Vaughn » Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:27 pm

Good plan that Ross, could definitely do with more room in there
KwakKwak wrote:
Vaughn wrote:Must be like a tardis under your seat, I've got about enough room for a pack of fags and a chocolate bar
I do hope you're not condoning eating chocolate?
Too late I'm afraid, I always carry a bar of chocolate under the seat, right where the toolbox is meant to be ;-)

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by KwakKwak » Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:44 pm

Vaughn wrote:Too late I'm afraid, I always carry a bar of chocolate under the seat, right where the toolbox is meant to be ;-)
Let's see if we can't make this thread even dafter, I recommend a Twix, and I will take no fookin' arguments, :smt018 Twix is the fookin' daddy.
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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by Vaughn » Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:48 pm

KwakKwak wrote:
Vaughn wrote:Too late I'm afraid, I always carry a bar of chocolate under the seat, right where the toolbox is meant to be ;-)
Let's see if we can't make this thread even dafter, I recommend a Twix, and I will take no fookin' arguments, :smt018 Twix is the fookin' daddy.
Not a bad idea, if you just need a quick snack you can just eat half leaving the other half for emergency use

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by KwakKwak » Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:04 pm

Vaughn wrote:Not a bad idea, if you just need a quick snack you can just eat half leaving the other half for emergency use
See, sod ross and his toolkit and fuses, fill the fooker with Twixes :pmsl
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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by Vaughn » Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:42 pm

I knew that space was there for a reason

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by cargo » Fri Oct 04, 2013 10:02 pm

Tut tut boys don't you know every calorie counts. A healthy snack would be much better. After all losing weight is the cheapest tuning you can do. And your exhaust won't be dragging on the way to work.

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by ross46 » Fri Oct 04, 2013 11:25 pm

Image
see, young boy with a six pack :pmsl couldnt resist, and in the middle of being resprayed and done up so hence the terrible state

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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by KwakKwak » Sat Oct 05, 2013 12:21 am

phillivelyzxr wrote:How about posting the tools that you have found essential for working on your ZXR.
Say what revision of ZXR you have, what you use the tool for, where you got it and how much it cost.
It could be anything... a large socket for wheel spindles, a paddock stand, carb balancing kit, anything!
Poor guy must regret ever starting this, fookin hilarious, yet extremely informative :pmsl
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Re: Essential Tools for your ZXR

Post by Vaughn » Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:54 pm

Haha yeah your probably right, at least we got a good list of tools in before the fun began

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