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due to being let down, i need someone to come and help me do my vulcan up, its running but needs some tlc, and fine out why it wont start from the button only kick start, also someone to fit indicators on for me please ty

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Deleted Member @ 30/08/2014 10:24  

Hi Bev
Do you have tools, workshop manual etc. and an ample supply of tea n biscuits ? M...

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Murdoch3352 @ 30/08/2014 12:30  

yep have all them hun and a big smile lol

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Deleted Member @ 30/08/2014 12:32  

Bonus lol, I'm happy to take a look, not promising anything though.

Pm me and let's see what we can sort out.

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Murdoch3352 @ 30/08/2014 12:41  

okies :)

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Deleted Member @ 30/08/2014 12:52  

aha nice topic starteed here , i am the proud owner of a tzr 125 racer and making it roadworthy ..only i dont know **** bout electrics and my ex is long gone , so no help at all anyone who wants a challenge? the bike is parked up in my maive victorian bedroom and has all the bits new light cage new battery loom fitted on frame and i got all the tools not got the 15 spare for the manual but i am sorting that be nice to me and say yes i will help ya...
bought in feb to put on road by april but found my guy cheating on this site so wooot lol nothing done yet :P

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kamagira @ 31/08/2014 04:26  

Name an shame ur ex lol :-)xx

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Deleted Member @ 31/08/2014 10:25  

Name an shame ur ex lol :-)xx

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Deleted Member @ 31/08/2014 10:25  

Kamagira, if obtaining a copy of the manual is an issue at the moment, see if you can locate a wiring diagram on the internet, would at least give you a start. M.

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Murdoch3352 @ 01/09/2014 12:29  

i know
i haven't got the fifteen pound right now to get it from haynes but will as soon as poss hahahah about name and shame my ex already done that and was sorted

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kamagira @ 01/09/2014 12:45  

To be fair, the Haynes manuals aren't that brill but better than nothing.

Check out any forums or YouTube demos.

A parts list is also a great help if you can get one.

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Murdoch3352 @ 01/09/2014 13:39  

There is a link on here somewhere posted by Emzed to a site that has free downloads of manuals.

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SlowGoose @ 06/09/2014 02:41  

Try

www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

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rowanblossom @ 06/09/2014 21:50  

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