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1942 WLC build

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I thought i'd summarize my first build here for everyone who's interested.

Unfortunately i must have done something wrong and the computer killed everything
i typed for the last 20mins.
So i start over, and this time i try short posts.


Sooo, i decided to get a new project 2 years ago and i wanted it to be two-wheeld this time.
I got onto everyone's nerves here for quite some time and then found something of interest. I didn't think too long because i knew i'd buy it anyway, and bought it.

Here's what i got:

edit: the board keeps telling me my message would be too short. i don't think so?
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He means clean. but the word is worn out.
Not that you seem to need it. But motivation takes a big leap forward then they start doesn't it?
That's right.
The small knock should just touch the circuitbreaker when the flywheel mark is in the middle of the timinghole after the inlet valve closes.
But i can't start and run my engine on the same timing setting it needs to be turned clockwise to start and turned back to run.
Good to see that it's still working

Where did you get the speedo?
the engine is pretty much stock in this stage.
the engine guy just added hastings pistons,
removed baffle plates and i put the 6:1 heads and magneto on.
thought i'd rather ride it first before i blow money in search of HP.
but i'm pretty sure i will some day...
You said it your self with out even knowing it:D
I like the new pipe!
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