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Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by Johnny O, Jan 17, 2009.
Hmmm, I'd better check for cracks.
lol epoxy and bolts to brace the frame.
i thought i seen some doggie repairs
Epoxy hold the entire Lotus Elise aluminium chassis together. Works just fine. It's not dodgey at all.
Yes, but it was DESIGNED that way .
Well, I don't imaging the chassis engineers at Suzuki threw this one to the work experience kid. If there's a problem then a competent fix is required, and I'm not suprised that they've gone the epoxy and brace route.
It's REALLY old news, though :roll:
And how many bikes were ever affected? I've heard about some radiator failures due to hard landings from monos, so I guess the frame stats might be interesting.
Gotta love my old school tube steel frame (and a front end that's a heavy bugger to mono, even if I wanted to )