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    I'm back for more punishment

    Hi All,

    I was previously a member of this forum and have restored an 85 Pop Up in the past sharing the experience, from memory on the old forum site.

    My son, now very interested in motorbikes has asked that we do a project together. Being a glutton for punishment , I have recently acquired an 84 Pop Up so that I can have a matching pair, one for each son to hold onto.

    Anyhow, given that I have done this before I am hoping this process is a little less painful than the first time I went through it.

    Im sure I will be around here regularly from now on.

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    Administrator QLD
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    Welcome back! These old beasts are quite addictive, I've done my 450 and my Kat, but suspect there will be a desire for another one in the not too distant future.
    1984 Katana 7/11 - done at last! https://www.suzuki-katana.net/member...0-My-First-Kat

    1982 GS450E - not quite stock

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    Senior Member QLD muddy's Avatar
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    Welcome back 85Kat - a ton of helpful people here to assist.

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    Thanks guys. Just need to get the B#@$% started and then can look at cosmetics. I have a lead on an airbox and already have have two sets of carbies...34mm minkunises and the originals. both in excellent cond.

    I also have a lead on a donor bike...somehow have a knack of finding these.

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    Senior Member NSW Nick Kakasiouris's Avatar
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    Welcome back 85Kat and let us know how it all goes.
    Nick
    You always meet a better class of people who ride and enjoy Motorcycling

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    Senior Member NSW Tomcat's Avatar
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    Welcome back 85Kat, enjoy the time restoring but more importantly make the most the time with your boys!

    I too am planning on restoring another big Kat (1100) this time, still yet to pick it up. Basket case in bits.
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