Wow!!! looking good!! bet ya can't wait to get her back on the road .
Thanks Dan, glad you like it. it feels lika i have owned her for years now but its only been since juli so not even a year...I don't know how I missed your thread. Your shovel is looking awesome! Great work, as always!
buddha000:Thanks, but i dont think it will be yellow after this winter......
My electric start system dont work that well... relay just says "click click"........
I have used my leg since i bought the bike. and its nice to kick start a bike again!
but i found some solenoid start buttons online and thought about them for awhile.
so i took the lid of the solenoid and made my own button...(cheap basterd)
10mm bolt that i shaved 80% of its head and mounted a spring on it...
drilled and made a 10 mm thread and glued the skull in place..
it works great!
it had to be a skull, since all the tough motorcycle rider got them, and i dont wanna be any less tougher....
also started on my mid controls (sketchup 8)
its only the start of it all... havent got a good solution for the right side yet, have to think about it and do some searching..
That´s all folks....
Cheers // Kenneth
yup its a "COB" (cheap ol bastard) copy of a custom chrome kit..Hello Knallert !
Please tell me more abaout that solenoid mod... Do you manualy push the bendix in to the clutchsprocket ? Do this dothe same as the cool "lever solenoid kits" i have seen ebay; custom chrome +++ ?
Thanks grub... I appreciate thatLooking real good man.
Thank you very much..Yeah nice work kn, would like to see some full shots of her.
I took her off the lift and rolled her out in the sun for you....Yeah nice work kn, would like to see some full shots of her.
Thanks man..your bike came a long way, lowering the front end wouldn't be a bad idea. sharp looking and you'll be on time for good weather!
Thanks Dan.. I appreciate your comments.Ken, It's not often I see that kind of seat used on a swing-arm bike that looks "right", but you pulled it off. Very tiddy looking. +1 on shortening the front end to level it out. Exhaust design is a nice fresh take on things too. Great job!