Yep, that is the superceded part number for the long length of fuel hose. Both part numbers on the original Lc fiche have been superceded. The shorter length gets you a length of oil hose - still longer than it needs to be, and the 090f6 part gets you proper fuel hose, just like the original with a small outer diameter, but approx. 5ft of it !! Saves me buying any more of it !! The long length is £6.18 from Fowlers
Yamark popped over the other day to trace some wiring faults - cheers mate He is a wiring Wizard and soon restored my neutral light and idiot lights. He is popping back to shorten the F2 loom so I can get it all in the Lc headlamp shell. Today I pushed her outside to fire her up and smoke out the neighbours ! They love it !!
Hi mate Still early days regards discussions with the 400. Doing the Cafe Racer build has taken me in a new direction with bikes for the time being. This orange Lc is by far the nicest bike I've built so far though, and I will be sorry to see it go.
I know mate. To be honest I've yet to see a better LC anywhere...no offence to anyone on here your bikes are all stunning...but the orange one is just 'right' if that makes any sense. Hope it works out for you Dusty.
Cheers Alex, and cheers Mark Mark has been good enough to find time to pop over 2 weekends running to sort my electrical spaghetti that was never gonna fit in my headlight bowl ! An F2 loom is longer than an Lc loom, so there was too much to cram in the Lc headlight, so Mark worked out what Lc wires needed to plug into some slightly different Pv wires, and then shortened everything and fitted proper connector blocks to make it like stock ! Top man mate, thanks again So with the electrickery finished, the Lc can now wear the headlight for the first time;
Yea, always sorry to see them go, but I know if I keep her she will just sit in the garage like she has for the last couple of years, and that's a waste. The new owner doesn't do loads of miles - he's done 700 odd on the Lc I sold him in April 2018, but he will ride it. The 400 is roadworthy, so if I do the deal I may keep it "as is" for a bit. But there are "plans" !!
Dropped her down to Kent, and as part of a Px, brought my old 400 home. Mission accomplished regards this bike - just a couple of small parts to buy and fit (rear brake line and a speedo cable), and brakes to bleed and she will be ready for an MOT. Jobs that Ian, the new owner, is happy to do. It's been 4 years, and a lot of work and money, but is probably the nicest bike I've built so far. Ian has my white/red Lc hybrid that he bought last year, so both of them live in his garage now. Can't think of a nicer guy to own them And this was when I got her;