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Hi all, when I bought my SWing 2 years ago I had to have a throttle restrictor fitted because of the UK bike licence laws, well now my 2 years are up and I now have a full licence can any one out there tell me where to find the restrictor so I can remove
Hey everyone, I'm sure this has been covered before but could you guys post some pictures or examples of what you've done to solve the mess of heater hoses on your LT1 car? My 94 Roadmaster's hoses are all original and the other day my reducer broke
Hi, I was gonna do my das, but that has been scrapped out of the window and I'm now doing an a2 licence. Just wondered if anyone knows of a restrictor kit going that I could buy for my cat? Or where to get one fitted??? I'm new to all this stuff
Looking for 33 bhp restrictor kit for 98 Cat, bit of bug bear but i need it till feb next year then free!
De-restricted my bike last week so have complete HONDA restrictor kit for sale. Inlet stubs (w/ baffles) & #125 carb main jets. It ran fine on my bike, though I've noticed the fuelling at low revs seems to have smoothed out since
I would like to know who to begin conversations with. Someone having experience building engines with limits on air flow. We are in a class that allows only factory iron heads and intake manifolds, a 6000 chip, and a 650 Holley carb. We are resticted to
I pulled my recently purchased short block apart and see that it has a restrictor in the lifter oil port. We did this on brand X with roller lifters etc., but this setup uses flat tappet solids. Our old set-up did not have this and worked fine. Should thi