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 Post subject: fazer 1000 how to site
PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2008 6:46 pm 
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fazer 1000 how to site is it any use ! :idea: http://www.cartestsoftware.com/fz1/index.html


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stuart ive been on this site before it has some useful bit and bobs. on my fazer i have installed the ivans carb kit and it does what it say it does. takes about 3 hours to fit and i think well worth it. its not the easiest thing to do but worth the effort. you will need a slip on can to make it work. before i had the ivans kit fitted i tried a G pac which had its benefits but only in 3rd 4th and 5th gears but worth a try if you dont like working the gear box (i still have it if you fancy buying it) was going to put in on ebay.
as we discussed as you have ME3 tyres on the bike changing these will make a massive differance to the way the bike handles.
the front end is over sprung and needs the spacers reduced £117 at MCT worth every penny but not untill the tyres have been changed.
other than that the ohlin shock is priceless and its the best road bike i have owned 3 bikes in 1.
fazer set to stun enjoy :twisted: :twisted: :P

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And then after doing all that.......go buy an R1 :D

Only kiddin'.

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on my fazer i have installed the ivans carb kit and it does what it say it does. takes about 3 hours to fit and i think well worth it. its not the easiest thing to do but worth the effort. you will need a slip on can to make it work. before i had the ivans kit fitted i tried a G pac which had its benefits but only in 3rd 4th and 5th gears but worth a try if you dont like working the gear box (i still have it if you fancy buying it) was going to put in on ebay.
as we discussed as you have ME3 tyres on the bike changing these will make a massive differance to the way the bike handles.
the front end is over sprung and needs the spacers reduced £117 at MCT worth every penny but not untill the tyres have been changed.
other than that the ohlin shock is priceless and its the best road bike i have owned 3 bikes in 1.
fazer set to stun enjoy :twisted: :twisted: :P


OK. You've talked me into buying it! £2,500 sounds like a good price to me :lol:

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ive told you paul your feet have to be able to touch the ground

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as for you bill or what ever your real name is "nige" i never meant to buy the R1 kim made me do it because its pretty and blue. :wink: :wink:

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hi rob what does a g pac doo? where does it go? and how much?.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:49 pm 
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stuart gray wrote:
hi rob what does a g pac doo? where does it go? and how much?.
cheers
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Let Google be your friend: http://www.extremebikescustoms.com/METISSE-GPACK.htm

It's an electronics gizmo, wonder tool.


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i think the link tells all, it cost me £95.00 i still have all the packing and instructions so £50 would be nice i will even fit it for you if your interested
give me a ring,my numbers in tug

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ive told you paul your feet have to be able to touch the ground

No they don't
It will just improve my slow riding :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:47 am 
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Interested in the comments about the G pack.

As I understand it, they stop the ignition retard in the first couple of gears. The manufacturers do this to try and make the throttle easier to control on fast getaways from the lights.

In my digging around on other sites I have been told UK spec Fazers do not have the ignition retarded, so these boxes do not do anything.

Are your Bikes UK spec or imports? What difference did they make to your bikes?

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:25 pm 
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stuart now has the g pac fitted to his fazer like me he thinks it has sorted out the vibes and smoothed out the power delivery.
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