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What length of shock are you running? The bike looks a little low compared to the V7 sport. A longer shock will also quicken up the steering. I believe the lemans 1000 runs a 13.5" .
It will for sure be a sweet bike when you are done. I agree completely on the rearsets, I have the Agostini kit and it is way to high up and maybe too far back too. Maybe they didn't get the footpeg location all wrong at the factory after all One of the projects for my bike is certainly a relocation of the footpegs. Lower down for sure and maybe a bit further forward too. I will make a few different mounting plates to find the best location. - Ulrik
Progressing very nicely, well done!You mention that you bought a repro tank from Italy. Where did you source it?CheersJason
Im used to seeing the California III bikes having a rear frame rail kick up. Is that just on the later ones, or did you remove the kick up on yours?
Very nice work - I have a T3 project that I'm planning some similar themes for. I'm looking for some side covers at the moment - where did you source yours? Cheers,Mike
I can't imagine anyone else filing those flywheel teeth! What a miserable job! I think I spent four or five hours over a couple days when I did it. I was concerned I might not have gotten the teeth smooth enough or uniform enough, but the clutch seems to be working perfectly. I don't think they need to be perfect - I've heard since, that the flywheel teeth aren't as critical as the hub. Looking forward to the ride report after it's all buttoned up.
Love it, Rutger! Yeah, I'm curious why the flywheel teeth don't impact clutch operation to any great extent. Nice getting your experience as well. For a clutch alignment tool I turned down some hardwood to the correct diameter and then used some drill bits to align the teeth. Nice that you've got access to a 3D printer. I'm jealous.
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