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Were currently in the process of creating a new page which provides some insights to useful tools in the workshop or garage to maintain or rebuild your motorcycle. Weve created some initial sections for lifts, torque wrenches etc. Leave your suggestions here if there are some tools or gadgets that we should mention. https://www.barnfindmotorcycle.com/ #workshop #garage #tools #christmas
This Suzuki GT250 X7 looks to be a prime candidate for restoration. The fitment of semi off road tyres seems to be very odd. The bike was imported from Germany, possibly a getaway bike from the old east Germany ;) http://ow.ly/OMrp50xsM4q #suzuki #gt250 #x7 #barnfind #christmas
Ive always liked the look of the Honda CB1000 Big One which used the torque CBR1000 sports tourer engine. This Japanese import looks very original and unmolested. Click for more details http://ow.ly/iNmk50xqmdU #Honda #CB1000 #Classic #Retro #barnfind
The later 1990s GPZ1100 never sold well when you considered the ZZR1100 was available and selling like hotcakes. This example looks well cared for with bunch of service history. Click for more details http://ow.ly/c8Ue50xqlNZ #kawasaki #GPZ #rare #barnfind

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Andrew Wellard

The Suzuki TL1000S had a reputation as wild handling bike great v-twin grunt for tomfoolery on the road and track. Early models suffered with frame cracks which later got resolved through a recall. The rotary damper was also an interesting innovation which didnt work very well on the road. The rotary damper is widely used on aircraft, however not ideally suited to the road. Many owners replaced them with a more conventional spring and damper setup. If you can find a good one youll soon realise why they became popular. The TL1000R is more of the same in a racer chassis, which didnt really solve the issues. The SV1000 used a more conventional chassis, however the engine didnt feel the same. The Japanese import looks mostly original, with some work required to tidy-up for UK use. Ebay ad here http://ow.ly/o7mJ50xql94 #Suzuki #TL1000S #Classic #Wheelie
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