Very nice indeed!!!!
Thanks Jonathan!Very nice indeed!!!!
Thanks to you too Cxracer, I'm glad you like it!That's awesome! Very nice work
Yeah I am very pleased with them too. Again, a lot of work for such a tiny detail, but it definitely sets my bike apart from others now.Those turn signals turned out amazing! I sure am glad to be an okie after seeing that frost on your bike! last weekend was a high of 79! Hopefully it heats up quickly up there.
Thanks Bill! It's in the home stretch now.....I think lolYour Cafe Racer has turned out great!!!!
Thanks! and no worries, half of my bike is based off of others ideas lol. Glad I can be of some inspiration for youSo awesome! I may play off of some of your ideas. I've been slightly stumped on a clean tail light solution. The flex tail light may be my answer. Keep up the good work.
I'm originally from Saskatchewan, and I can tell you that I do NOT miss the winters there either lol. I'd be happy with anything above 0 at the moment though haha.I've seen enough of those cold temperatures, I feel sorry for all the people back east having to deal with the COLD SNAP!! On Saltspring yesterday was 12*
Your build is coming along really well. I love the sequential signals. Reminds me of the '67 cougars! Ooops! did I just date myself?
Lol, I guess I got the jump on you ehthis is exactly what i had in mind for turn signals..... idea stolen hahaha or is it mwahahaha
Oh yeah that's right, you had mentioned that before I believe. I will go back and make sure they are as far forward as possible. Thanks for the tip Murray!motomicah make sure the clamps on you pods are all the way forward towards the carb body
the ridge on the carb is very narrow and if the clamp is not at the beginning of the rubber and pushed all the way forward on to the carb
it will let the pod pop off when it gets hot
Yeah I thought I read that somewhere too. I believe they mentioned they did that in order to keep the oil flowing back into the engine.Micah,
with the breather vent, you may want to either raise it above the ports on the motor or make sure the drain tube is located out of line of the rear tire............you will get some oil coming out from it slowly
last thing you want is any getting on the rear tire
Just a suggestion as these motors develop some decent crankcase pressure