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  1. Road to Revival: Fitting the K&N Filter

    In this installment of the Road to Revival, we fit a K&N universal air filter to the bike and give a bit of background on the history of K&N. 

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  2. Goodwood Revival 2023 Video

    Watch our quick video summarising our experiences at Goodwood Revival 2023!

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  3. Road to Revival: The Parts List

    In this installment of Road to Revival, we summarise all of the parts we fitted to the bike for the show. Including handlebars, lighting, indicators, battery, seat and fuel tank - all linked back to their listings in the store.

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  4. Road to Revival: Rolling Chassis

    In this entry of Road to Revival, we get the fundamentals of the bike back together! With time running out before the show, will we be able to get everything finished? Read on to find out! 

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  5. Road to Revival: Engine Revamp

    We spent this episode of Road to Revival tidying up the engine of the poor neglected Trackstar. New case covers, extracting sheared bolts and giving it a bit of a clean up. 

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  6. Road to Revival: Servicing the Forks

    In this entry on the Road to Revival we had a lot of fun fighting old fork seals, replacing them with new ones and changing the fork oil.

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  7. Road to Revival: Painting the Frame

    In this edition of Road to Revival, we remove the extra tabs on the frame and paint it by hand with POR15. Read on to learn about the process and the results we managed to achieve.

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  8. Road to Revival: Preparing the Frame

    What's the best way to prepare a motorcycle frame for painting? We cover a few different techniques we used in this article for the Road to Revival. 

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  9. Road to Revival: Competition - Name Our Bike!

    We launched a competition to name our bike for the 2023 Goodwood Revival.

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  10. Road to Revival: Stripping the Bike

    In this article for the Road to Revival, we cover engine removal and stripping the bike down to the bare frame, in preparation for painting.  

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