My 1989 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Here's a chance to show off your zxr400, so get them digital cameras out and show us some piccies.Rebuilding your bike or modding it then let everyone in on it.

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Re: My 1989 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by cargo » Thu Jul 03, 2014 9:32 pm

Fried rectifier/regulator for breakfast ?

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Re: My 1990 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by p.lally » Fri Jul 04, 2014 7:15 pm

cargo wrote:Fried rectifier/regulator for breakfast ?


????? Do you mean where it is mounted?

Going to have a small computer fan on top, that way no problem with cooling.

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Re: My 1989 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by cargo » Fri Jul 04, 2014 8:40 pm

Good response.

But think of the extra weight with all that free cold fresh air rushing past.

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Re: My 1990 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by p.lally » Sat Jul 12, 2014 6:14 am

Rear caliper powder coated, all new seals and pads.
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Re: My 1990 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by p.lally » Sat Jul 12, 2014 6:15 am

Fitted
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Re: My 1990 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by p.lally » Sat Jul 12, 2014 6:17 am

New rear sprocket 47T
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Re: My 1990 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by p.lally » Sat Apr 25, 2020 7:32 pm

Hi guys, it’s been along time !!!!

6 years, 2 moves and 2 kids later I finally getting round to do some work on my project.

Sorry it’s been so long I’ve had a lot on!

Today I stripped the front end down as the forks had pitted and were leaking.
I will be sending them off for new stanchions fitting.

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Re: My 1989 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by banner001 » Sun Apr 26, 2020 8:33 am

:excited
UK ZXR400 L3 (1993) - Fully restored and on the roads, my green beast!
JPN ZXR250 A2 (1990) - Revs to 19,200rpm... 'nuff said :smt003

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Re: My 1989 ZXR400 H2 track bike project

Post by Ewetea » Mon Apr 27, 2020 10:00 pm

In case it is worth consideration, A M Philpot (hard chrome ltd) will grind out the defects, hard chrome oversize, and then grind back to size. I have used them several times and the service and quality are good. If you strip out the forks to just the stanchion and the lower leg, they will organise collection, repair and delivery for £270. That is helpful because they will separate the stanchion from the lower leg, and refit it with loctite 363, which will hold the two parts together securely and prevent oil leaks. Phone number01582 571234 or andy@amphardchrome.co.uk

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