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That is a damn fine job Joe! That's the state of nick I wish it was in when I nibbled at the previous incarnation! You've got a really cool bike there
The price tag would be a little higher now.
2. Did you bore out the triple trees to accept the Marzochi forks or are the 35mm rather than 38mm?
I have been quite busy this winter with customer jobs but, I managed to make time to build a bike of my own. A couple years ago, this bike came into my shopIt didn't run at the time, I went through the carbs and fixed an issue with the gas cap and it ran pretty well. It was a little over carbureted with the 36s on it but, it was better than when it came in. After the repairs were done, the owner asked me to sell it for him. I listed it in several places, dragged it to a couple bike shows, including Mama Tried last year and didn't get any serious offers. Last spring, I made him an offer and he took it. The bike had real potential, 320 mm rotors with 4 piston calipers, new PHF 36 mm carbs, that tank! I know I could make something nice out of it. So, down it came, I detabbed the frame and sent it to powder coat, the engine came apart and I made a few upgrades:89.5 mm Venolia forged high dome pistonsCast iron liners to match3.01 lift cam1100 Sport 10 spring flywheelPorted the heads with matching intakesI had a Bub Hyper System stashed for just a build like this.I went through the trans and final drivestripped the wheels and sent them for powder coatchrome plated the spoke nipples and polished the spokesI also had a set of Marzzochi shocks that I stripped, powder coated and rebuilt
HiWhat makes the '1100 Sport 10 spring flywheel' better than a lightened original? Fine splines? Even lighter? How much of a conversion is it and are the timing marks the same?regardsThomas
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