I'm not a Gooseneck guy, but this bike looks cool
Maybe use a proportioning valve?Yes, that is what i am thinking... the problem may be the difference of the throw of the brake lever for the 2 different brakes. I could always do a remote MC and have a cable lever like the clutch lever. Thanks Spade
750 morgo kit. Cant say anything about it havnt run it yet. thanks for all the complimentsstance is awesome bro. Big bore? did you do a 750 kit? I have a 70, been thinking of going to a kit. what did you do??
I guess its being done succesfully enough with the porportioning valve but I was saying it being used on the drum brake lever , I am not sure if that is the same as what your bike is or what your thinking ? I think maybe there might be too much serperate adjustement for the 2 different kind of brakes. It might work ok at first until you have to adjust the drum throw. Kinda thinking out loud. Basically I dont want a big master on my handlebars. I might just buy a nice tiny Kustomtech MC and be done with it.The reason I was asking about the single pedal operating both breaks was at one point I was looking at doing the same thing....some people commented on the idea and I nixed it once someone brought up the idea of attempting to stop on different surfaces.
Having them proportioned for dry asphalt is fine if that is all you are going to ride but then that can easily change with a little wetness...
I really dont know? It was new, i aquired the kit, I would guess its the lower compression piston for street use.did you do high compression 10.5:1 or stock 9.5:1?
just curious. I know you said you havent run it yet, but when you do........power difference?
Seen your bike in the Horse, good show!Dude, I realy like what you've done on this one.Keep the pics coming.
Amal 932's with webco spacers Baby Spade.... More angles ....Love the intake your useing man. Very cool
Seen your bike in the Horse, good show!