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Old 10-06-2008, 07:15 PM   #1
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Heres various pics of my panhead project. I know what yer thinkin. Whys he got a tranny in the early pics, but not the late pics? yea... traded for a precision tig 185. So it goes. Got another one I just havent put it in yet.

as far as the front end goes. I'm gonna be using it after some modification. I'll also be using my 18 inch star hub wheel up front.

what else.. uhm.. frame was a bit tweaked as you can see. As it sits now its got a horseshoe oil tank. Ill put some more pics up as i take em




















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Hell yeah man, rock on! How long did that take? I can't wait to see more progress.
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Its Badass love it keep up the good work.
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Keep up the great work.

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Hell yeah man, rock on! How long did that take? I can't wait to see more progress.
It started as a rebuild of my 69 and somehow over a good bit of time i ended up pretty much changing everything selling most the parts of the 69 and somehow i ended up with this... Collected parts for a long time - actually started building in August.

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you running a 16inch in the front also? looks like a matching set leaning up against the wall there...im going with 16 inch front and rear on the bonnie and i really like that rubber, where did you get them from? nice wheel/spoke/hub combo too, my hubs and rims are at the powder coaters right now getting the same treatment. your pics are getting me excited!
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Thanks man! Your shit is tits too. Every bike ive seen you do looks sick.
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you running a 16inch in the front also? looks like a matching set leaning up against the wall there...im going with 16 inch front and rear on the bonnie and i really like that rubber, where did you get them from? nice wheel/spoke/hub combo too, my hubs and rims are at the powder coaters right now getting the same treatment. your pics are getting me excited!
I'm using a 16 in the rear and an 18 in the front. I love how they turned out, but they were a huge pain in the ass! I got one hub for free and one for $20 so I thought I was gonna get over cheap, but after spokes, rims, powder, and rebuild kits.. damn.. that shit adds up quick! Streetsweepers on here taught me how to lace and true em and let me borrow his truing stand so at least they didnt cost me anything in labor.
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I'm using a 16 in the rear and an 18 in the front. I love how they turned out, but they were a huge pain in the ass! I got one hub for free and one for $20 so I thought I was gonna get over cheap, but after spokes, rims, powder, and rebuild kits.. damn.. that shit adds up quick! Streetsweepers on here taught me how to lace and true em and let me borrow his truing stand so at least they didnt cost me anything in labor.
and a fandamntastic job you did too! the wheels turned out nice!
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Very nice! Quick question: when you added the loops back on (nicely done by the way), did you replace the whole forgings or just add the loops? Thanks,

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They are just the loops. They actually suck pretty hard donkey dick if you look at em up close. Theyre not even straight. Someone else did em along with the floor board mounts and crossover tube and various other shit and every single thing he did will have to be redone. everything is crooked, or whatever. And this guy was supposed to be an expert at frame restoration.

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They are just the loops. They actually suck pretty hard donkey dick if you look at em up close. Theyre not even straight. Someone else did em along with the floor board mounts and crossover tube and various other shit and every single thing he did will have to be redone. everything is crooked, or whatever. And this guy was supposed to be an expert at frame restoration.

Thats what I get for hiring out labor! Always get burned!!!
don't be scared to say his name!!! you know who did it!!
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Whos name? The guy who blew up your cases and tried to sell you a motor with rebuilt brakes?
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Very Nice Someday I'll Have A Pan. Can't Wait To See It Finished. Your Pics. Are Very Inspiring.
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Heres a few mock up picks. I get discouraged one day and slapped stuff together and played make believe that I had a motorcycle I could ride.

After the mock up I took out the motor to remove the dicked up footboard tabs. Waiting for the parts to come in to reinstall them properly. Got hung up on making the controls until I get them...

The photo without the motor is with the tank nearly done and with the narrow glide front end clearanced for the star hub. Should be turning down the legs and cutting down the tubes in the next week or two.

The heads are freshly polished. Dont normally go that route, but since the cases and tranny were already polished when I got em I went with it!



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Good god, that's going to be a beautiful bike.
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rock on man!!!
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That bike is looking tight! Very nice. How'd the OL like the heads in the dishwasher?
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thats gonna be a goodin.....Damn Sweet
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That bike is looking tight! Very nice. How'd the OL like the heads in the dishwasher?
I run the god damn house what do i care!

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I did it when she was at the mall

anythow thanks fellas. glad yall dig it.
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That is gonna be a sweet 1!! I'm likin'dat alot. Is that an 03 anniversary fender in the back ground?
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That is gonna be a sweet 1!! I'm likin'dat alot. Is that an 03 anniversary fender in the back ground?
No! Its clutter!

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nice lookin pan! panheads rule!
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looking cool... I am jealous! at some point I will actually have some progress on my pan , but right now I am slacking..... looking good tho...
with any luck you can get it done before any more deployments eh?
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with any luck you can get it done before any more deployments eh?
God I hope so! I have to get it done quick because its in the ACO, but were headed out the door in a few short months! My pal is gonna have to ride it in to the SO for me.

I just hope I get to ride it at least a week or two before I go. I'll fucking kill somebody if I cant. I spend way too little time at home to not be able to fuckin ride through an entire deployment break.

edit: you turned in yer boots! git that pan done!
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I run the god damn house what do i care!
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I did it when she was at the mall

anythow thanks fellas. glad yall dig it.
That's funny and yes, definately diggin it, nice work!
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That's gonna be damn cool man. Already is ...

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Yeah ...You say that now..Wait till that Shovel gets on the Road....Bet you will be singing a diff. tune....
I have a pretty tuff shovel, but I agree ... Pans rule
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God I hope so! I have to get it done quick because its in the ACO, but were headed out the door in a few short months! My pal is gonna have to ride it in to the SO for me.

I just hope I get to ride it at least a week or two before I go. I'll fucking kill somebody if I cant. I spend way too little time at home to not be able to fuckin ride through an entire deployment break.

edit: you turned in yer boots! git that pan done!
I know I know....it's more a lack of that steady army wage (albeit a small wage)... there isn't much call for my skill set here in the Peoples Republic of California....lol

did they tell ya were you are going? what unit are you in?
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whats with the heat ...........?.....not so good for harley frames
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You getting to have a very "tight" pan... It is great. Let us know the final outcome!!
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For anyone whos interested..

Didnt think the wassel looked right. The bare metal sporty was just slapped together in 10 minutes. The black one is gonna be the doner for the final narrowed sporty.. that version was more just to see kinda how it would look

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dont forget the winner buys the beer - and i can drink alot! looks perfect!
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The sporty tank looks WAY better in my opinion. The bars fit perfect, looks great!
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Looks good. What lives in the cage?
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Richie: Win or lose ive never been afraid to buy the beer!!! wheres your updates?

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i like the wassel, too many sporty tanks around. axe it.
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I like either one, but I like the wassell a bit more!
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Yeah, the sporty tank is classic and looks good, but if you massaged the wassel a bit I think it would look tits.
Hows the weather out there?
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Tank smank, we need a close up of that funk*tastic* dualy intake...

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Magneto may be temporary. It needs a good going through, but im having clearance issues. I thought I had fixed it so I wouldent have to trim the cases by redrilling the base plate and adjusting the magneto body to face out instead of forward, but now I cant get a pushrod tube in... if I put it forward the relay boss is in the way. Shitty. If anyone knows a trick to not have to modify the cases let me know! Otherwise I may be shitcanning it.
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i think its awesome

and although i like wassell's more than sporty tanks
i like the sporty here better
and the handle bar a bit shorter or a diff. one would be better .....

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i like the wassel, too many sporty tanks around. axe it.

I think this was true up until about a year and a half ago. I bet if we took a poll here on the board there would be a lot more people running peanuts than sporty tanks. I used to hate sportster tanks, now I kind of miss 'em! I think the tall sporty tank fits the apes on this bike better than the high tunnel peanut.
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Love the bike, but personally like the wassel better. Could be because I have one, and I'm sick of looking at it. lol

Can't wait to see it finished.
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Havent thought about it yet. what they look like? Thought about velocity stacks, but my leg would block the air to the rear carb

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I think this was true up until about a year and a half ago. I bet if we took a poll here on the board there would be a lot more people running peanuts than sporty tanks. I used to hate sportster tanks, now I kind of miss 'em! I think the tall sporty tank fits the apes on this bike better than the high tunnel peanut.
As far as the tank goes. Seems people like both. Me too. I just think if I do the wassell i need lower bars if i keep the apes i need a taller tank. I played around with the idea of sort of friscoing the wassell, but its too fat in the back for that in my mind and the more i thought about what it was gonna take to change it to where i liked It i just started trying different stuff. I'm pretty happy with the narrow sporty sittin high. I think it suits the bike better. Lots less work too
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I think the wheel / tire combo with the apes and the narrow sporty looks absolutely perfect. just my .02
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for the linkerts ....bird deflectors would be great
helps with the leg /air issue too !!
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Nice!! Love that intake, looks like a hot rod sheet metal intake. Nice welds too, what a cool idea. Just to be even nosier, how are you planning on the outboard support for the Linkerts? And fuel lines? That could be a bit tricky...

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Nice!! Love that intake, looks like a hot rod sheet metal intake. Nice welds too, what a cool idea. Just to be even nosier, how are you planning on the outboard support for the Linkerts? And fuel lines? That could be a bit tricky...

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Probably going to run something up off the engine case bolt thats between the cylinders. If not that then something off the top motor mount. Suggestions?

Fuel lines... I wanted to run two petcocks and two fuel lines, but that whole areas so busy now I think I might run one llike an then split it under the carbs..

Im figuring all this stuff out as I go. Its all new to me. I'm pretty excited about gettin er done.
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You're just a kid, for Chrissakes. What are you? Mid 20's? Unbelievable skills and vision for a man your age. Damn it, man. Carry on.
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Thanks man I appreciate it. Of course yall dont see the 10 times I fuck it up before I get it right once.

I'm also lucky enough to have some real sharp friends that I can call for help or tech questions.
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At the risk of sounding completely stupid, what is meant by ACO?
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>Probably going to run something up off the engine case bolt thats between the cylinders. If not that then something off the top motor mount. Suggestions?

Better bet would be to run two independent L shaped brackets using the cylinder base bolts. Advantages: 1) beefer mounting base (larger bolt and more surface area; 2) shorter brackets; 3) ability to remove each carb (and bowl) independently...

>Fuel lines... I wanted to run two petcocks and two fuel lines, but that whole areas so busy now I think I might run one llike an then split it under the carbs..

I'd stick with one line for sure, split into a Y near the carbs. One option would be to use metal line (steel, not copper) split into a Y, then use a short piece of rubber to each carb. If your skills are up to it, split the line into a Y further back and run steel all the way to each carb. No leaks, less worry about abrasion/heat. Split it further back to give you some wiggle room when pulling only one carb.

One last thing: can't tell from the picture how far back that divider in the intake goes, but if it's not too far (meaning the carb's input isn't differenciated too much), you might consider a progressive linkage for the carbs. Linkerts don't flow *that* much, so you don't really need it, but it could make tuning it a bit easier and increase your mileage a bit...

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Better bet would be to run two independent L shaped brackets using the cylinder base bolts. Advantages: 1) beefer mounting base (larger bolt and more surface area; 2) shorter brackets; 3) ability to remove each carb (and bowl) independently...

Much better idea. Ill probably do that.

I'd stick with one line for sure, split into a Y near the carbs. One option would be to use metal line (steel, not copper) split into a Y, then use a short piece of rubber to each carb. If your skills are up to it, split the line into a Y further back and run steel all the way to each carb. No leaks, less worry about abrasion/heat. Split it further back to give you some wiggle room when pulling only one carb.

I like the idea. I've never done any hard lines before. Ill probably give it a shot once its completely done. I've got so many other things to do that take more time then I have that I dont wanna add it to the "right now" list, but time permitting Ill go for it.

One last thing: can't tell from the picture how far back that divider in the intake goes, but if it's not too far (meaning the carb's input isn't differenciated too much), you might consider a progressive linkage for the carbs. Linkerts don't flow *that* much, so you don't really need it, but it could make tuning it a bit easier and increase your mileage a bit...

I'm with ya on this one. There actually is no divider in the intake at all and the plan is to run a progressive linkage where im running idle to mid on the small rear carb (m61b) and mid range and up on both carbs - the front one being an larger M74b

Thanks for the info. Always up for new ideas.
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The fuggin black tank I was gonna narrow was sealed. Can I strip it somehow so I can still weld on it or..??
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The fuggin black tank I was gonna narrow was sealed. Can I strip it somehow so I can still weld on it or..??
air craft coating remover you can get it at most parts stores its pretty gnarly stuff.
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I dont know if anyone here ever deals with Rick T in Florida for carbs (ABCGang) on ebay, but he is a damn good guy to deal with. I sent him the other linkert to rebuild after he did my first one. He calls to tell me it arrived yesterday and today I got these pics via email. Hows that for turn around time?

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The project looks great.

I dont know about the double Ls though...

I wonder:

- apart from the looks (...) why to Ls in single intake manifold (torbulence issues)?

- what kinda fire you'll have to smoke all that gas ?


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The project looks great.

I dont know about the double Ls though...

I wonder:

- apart from the looks (...) why to Ls in single intake manifold (torbulence issues)?

- what kinda fire you'll have to smoke all that gas ?


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its an 84 inch stroker built by truett and osborne. i was told one linkert would not be enough for the motor so I went with two! plus dual carbs are badass. the guy who built the manifold has had experience using them in the past on knuckleheads with good sucess. I aint worried about it other then the ass pain of getting it started the first time.

as for fire Ill be running a morris g5 magneto thats in the mail as we speak. Thanks blackcrown!

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you look like a snot nosed kid, where did you get that eye for cool ? ? better be prepared to beat the chicks off you, when that sucker hits the streets ! ! cudos

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If you want EZ tuning go with S&S E, If you want bad ass (&pain in the ass)
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Thanks fellas. I just got back to the states yesterday after a 10 month deployment. Hope I can get crackin and get er done soon.

I'm uploading a pic of how she sits now. Plus a lot of rust and dust from sittin around that is..

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Oh my, that is NICE !!!
from the looks it's running, How are those double links treating ya??
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The peanut tank is the shit. I gotta get me another pan.
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Welcome back Aaron !!! Keep us posted on the progress I'm hoping you wrote all those idea's down !!!
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Love those mag fired pans. Kool bike glad you are back home safe.
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Love it. I'm in the prosess of putting together a very similar project.
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Awesome man. I want to do a wishbone frame with a shovel. Your bike is gonna be really cool.
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I`ve never had a pan. But if I ever do.....
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I'm with these guys. I wish i had a pan...
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Thanks for the words fellas. Been back about a month now and I just started workin on it the other day. My wife and I are goin our separate ways, so I've been busy with that.

At any rate...

I clearanced the G5 body to fit my cases, while my buddy Cary welded on the tank. Mag fits, and tank is nearly done. Few touch ups and mounts and itl be done.

All I have to do before tear down for final is sort out some sorta exhaust brackets, weld on floor board tabs, and.. um thats about it I think. Final assembly is gonna be kind of a pain chasin down hardware cause I can never seem to plan properly.

I was gonna time in the G5 and adjust the pushrods, but i didnt put the keyway in when I put on the front pully. that and i dont know where it is.. so that will wait til later i suppose.

Thanks to all yall that supported me in various ways. this build took 2 deployments and a marriage, and it still aint done, so needless to say I'm anxious to get it finally done.
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killer pan.
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I really like the apes.... Hangem' high!!!!!
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Good lookin pan. Thanks for serving man! sorry bout you and your lady.....
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