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PROJECT NINJA

A busy month of cock-ups and progress for Project Ninja…

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For goodness’ sake, put some clothes on – have you no decency?

I guess it’s time to give you all an update on my ZXR project, and I haven’t quite made the progress I would have liked to this month due to me being a moron and a massive bout of incompetence. Basically, when taking measurements of front wheel disc spacing I managed to measure the wrong wheel, which meant that when I looked more closely at the front end the discs were really close to the outside of the calipers.

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