Leak Down Tester

Leak Down Tester

Would anyone have a Leak down tester I could borrow for a day or two?

Sv lost coolant last week. Dumped the oil out on Monday and found some milk and mayo in there.
Bought myself a block tester which seems to confirm i do indeed have combustion gasses in the coolant system.
I’d like to narrow down which head is causing the leak before i start pulling anything apart.

Or would i be as well just to tear both heads off at this point and hope it is just a head gasket?

Here is the oil I drained the other night.

https://www.dropbox.com/sc/k52ryy0e2…etW91AMwu7Fo2a

Result from the Block tester after 3-4 mins of running at temp.

https://www.dropbox.com/sc/lfleg7qdk…aXlbSQ-DGDz7na

Source: Leak Down Tester

Kdm cookstown 100 all set to open the national road racing season tomorrow

Kdm cookstown 100 all set to open the national road racing season tomorrow

The 2015 National Road Racing season will fire into life tomorrow [Friday] when the opening practice sessions get underway for the KDM Cookstown 100, which is shaping up to be an absolute classic on the Orritor circuit with a top flight entry.

Most of the leading contenders now have testing and race action under their belts, and with all grids well and truly filled – we are virtually guaranteed top class action in all classes for competitors and fans alike.

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William Dunlop tested his Tyco BMWs at Kirkistown this week and is ready for Cookstown

There can only be one winner in each race and that’s the big question everyone is currently asking, so let’s have a look at the runners and riders:

Can Michael Dunlop give Milwaukee Yamaha a road race win at Orritor, following his short circuit success on the all-new R1 Yamaha at Donington Park, or will the Tyco BMWs of Guy Martin and William Dunlop conquer the Orritor circuit?

Guy Martin is already a winner this season at Oliver’s Mount, just as Dean Harrison was a few weeks ago at the same venue. The Bradford lad is equally as confident of success on the Mar-Train Racing R1 Yamaha.

Crumlin’s Stephen Thompson is BMW mounted at Cookstown, riding for the German Penz13.com squad. Thompson has put in some spirited rides at the recent short circuit meetings and is one to watch.

Mullingar’s Derek McGee makes his road-racing debut for the Wilson Craig Honda team, and this will also be Derek’s first competitive outings on the roads aboard Honda machinery.

With all the hype surrounding new race machinery, maybe it will be the tried and tested bikes of Jamie Hamilton and Derek Sheils who could spoil the party for the larger teams. Hamilton will be onboard the B.E. Racing Suzuki in the Superbike class and is hungry for success, with Sheils racing BikeBitsNI Kawasakis for his new team.

Both Hamilton and Sheils were successful over the Easter weekend, with Sheils continuing his purple patch at the recent Adelaide Masters meeting, scoring a treble.

James Cowton, on Honda machinery is also a dark horse: his performances last year as a newcomer, were somewhat overshadowed by Dan Kneen’s success, but having recently scored a seven timer at Darley Moor, Cowton cannot be dismissed.

Others to watch out for include: Alan Bonner, who is back to full fitness following a back injury, on the Peoplesbike.com MSS Kawasaki; Brian McCormack (TAG Racing) who also hopes to have a 600 added to his stable at Cookstown; Evergreen Saintfield man Davy Morgan will campaign the Magic Bullet machines and Connor Behan will be on KMR Kawasakis.

International riders, in the form of Hungary’s Sandor Bitter (T&A Racing BMW), crowd favourite Michael Dukopil; Dutch rider Michael Hoffman (Team Aermac/EICLYamaha); Dubai’s Eric Goedhart and Italian regulars David Ansaldi and Dario Cecconi.

Maria Costello MBE leads the female brigade along with Melissa Kennedy, Yvonne Montgomery, Veronika Hanckovy and Sarah Boyes, who will also compete alongside her father Stephen in the 125cc race.

Roads Close Friday at 12 noon, and on Saturday at 10.00am.

Source: Kdm cookstown 100 all set to open the national road racing season tomorrow

Drifting a supercharged Victory

Drifting a supercharged Victory

TONY Carbajal and Joe Vertical of the Victory Stunt team get all sideways on their supercharged baggers.

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For Sale : 1992 Honda CB1 400

For Sale : 1992 Honda CB1 400

Bike Make : Honda

Bike Model : CB1 400

Year :1992

Price : € OPEN TO REASONABLE OFFERS

Mileage : 44000 KM

Colour : RED

Extras : DID exhaust

Overall Bike Condition : 5/10

Tyre/Chain/Sprocket Condition : c/s average

Service History/Receipts/Recent Service work : Logbook

Non Restricted/Shop Restricted/Factory Restricted : Non restricted

Bike Location : Cork

Irish/English Registered : Irish

Any Other Relevant Info :NC23 ENGINE SAME AS THE CBR400RR
Bike has been parked up a number of years as my uncle moved abroad and left the bike to myself.
1 previous owner!
Bike is turning over but will need the carbs to be cleaned, Front and rear calipers reconditioned, New key and ignition and fork seals. May need other bits.
I have the logbook, 2 CDI’S and other bits and pieces.
Only selling as I do not have the time or space to work on the bike

Contact details: Pm me

Source: For Sale : 1992 Honda CB1 400

Caption that Bjrn Borgs exercise regime suffered after he took up motorcycling

Caption that Bjrn Borgs exercise regime suffered after he took up motorcycling

GO on then, show us you can do better.

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Source: Caption that Bjrn Borgs exercise regime suffered after he took up motorcycling

Caption that When Bjrn Borg took up motorcycling his exercise regime suffered

Caption that When Bjrn Borg took up motorcycling his exercise regime suffered

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