After what seems like an eternity the old T8 is back blasting the Sussex roads but not with out a last kerfufle.
Had a new chip put in the comp put it back on the bike filled with oil/coolant dropped her off the engineering stand battery back on. press the red button lots of spinning motion but no go S--t S--t S--t of course it wouldant be the chip would it brand new HO HUM after hours of checking electrics and connections at 1 oclock in the morning I throw in the towel, petrol and match in hand.
So just in the off chance I phoned ProV (the chip came from them) oh it could be the chip they said so friday evening comp out change back to old one and VROOOOOOOOOOOOOOM THANK F--K""""""""""""""""""""
Run it up to temp top up coolant etc late again so off to bed.
Sat arrives Phyclist pops by for the first run out and the bloody batterys flat jump start her and where away Oh no into gear and the clutch is slipping ARGHHHHHHHH.
Paul has to go and Im left with a miserable morning luckly he took all my hammers with him.
Back off with the fairing (so many bloody screws) clutch cover off everything looks ok read instructions again yep all plates present and correct.
fix you do need both plates at the begining not the one that is the fitting instructions so with the added plate from the old clutch I had power to the back wheel.
JOY/JOY/JOY blast done to Motorapido to meet up with everyone.
So a BIG thanks to everyone that gave advice tecnic help and moral support, It would have been impossible with out the webs support.
the bike flys with a smaller front sprocket and handles much better with the Hyperpro sus.
Specail thanks to Paul for his extreme patience and polishing skills.