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  1. Jul 30, 2013 #1

    TinyFennell

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    Hey guys got a SE 125 free in pretty good condish plastics/bars/grips/wheels and seat wise. Thinking new carbie currently has a mikuni 25mm but after that I don't have a clue on what to upgrade or what I can fit to the old girl.
     
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    You can upgrade the forks to gpx forks http://www.dhz.com.au/buy/gpx-moto-minicross-black-label-fork-kit-730mm-complete-kit/SUS-17
    upgrade the break levers (if there not already foldbackable if they are they will rarely break but bling is nice) http://www.dhz.com.au/buy/red-folderback-clutch-brake-levers/CON-21

    upgrade the rear shock

    upgrade the motor to something like http://www.dhz.com.au/buy/daytona-a...decomp-manifold-and-wiring-kit-included/EN-15 or a 160-155z because its cheaper but if you want to get it to the same level as the 190 you will spend about 600 + replacing the gears more often
     
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    Knew you would come to the rescue for me your the man on here. But not too keen a putting 1k into it straight out like one item haha like I don't mind spending the $400 for the forks actually I just put $164.35 away in a jar to save up for them lol. also I just brought the leavers. what can I do with this carbie tho I think I read somewhere I can fit a keihin 30mm straight to it is that right or do I have to change other things aswell .
     
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    you dont want a massive carby on it because it will be hard to tune (damn near impossible) for a little increase and will not work well at low engine speeds plus the intake valve is only like 27mm most likley so it would be no better than the previous one

    you wont be mad about spending 400 on those forks there godlike to ride on
     
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    yeah, i did not mean to put 1k into it straight away just giving you some ideas and whatnot finding a rear shock is a little hard because of the size you need (btw i blew my stock rear shock up recently so dont rule that out)
    also you can chuck on some bar ends, 1/4th twist throttle and billet wheel hubs billet gear and brake lever (foot) larger disks, along with a 2 pot caliper (only really needed with alot of road work) a nice chain..
    you may want to do your valve clearances too if you just got the bike
     
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    that's like my todo list for tomorrow now hahah cheers mate your a good bloke
     
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    im having trouble finding a shock could i get a link old mate
     
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    you may want to measure your current one.. i dont think you have the newtype se bike (mine has a 360mm shock) yours looks like it has a 290mm or somthing Check before you buy
     
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    too easy cheers mate
     

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