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Old 02-26-2020, 03:43 PM   #41
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Old 02-26-2020, 03:58 PM   #43
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Now at least it starts to look like a bike. Mostly lighting and electrics left to do. I also, just now realize, looking at the picture, I need to adress chain fender clearance/fender fitment. I've used an old fender I had laying around...


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Old 04-12-2020, 06:33 AM   #44
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First start and first ride. This feels great. The motor works just as good as i hoped. Took some time to figure out starting procedures, cold, medium hot and hot. But I think I've got it now, especially medium may be a pain with a Super E.
But, first rides are never problem free for me, I am not that meticulous. First the cable came lose from the points inside the distributor cover. I did not figure this out road side so it was the trailer home to the shop. Second ride, the hand shifter snapped, after market junk. Trailer home once again. Good thing my oldest son has his drivers license. But this is trivial. Also the clutch hits the cover when disengaged, I have not figured out yet how to fix this. Nevertheless, first rides are always a great feeling

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Turned out really good! looks great sir.
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Turned out really good! looks great sir.
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wireless remote shifter? Bike looks great.
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wireless remote shifter? Bike looks great.
Haha, yes but it didn't work that well, so I had to convert it back to old school again.
Also, thank you sir, means a lot.

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