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Just looked at your flickr link. So the same bike has been a red LeMans, a yellow banana, and a stealthy black standard - all under your care? And this will be her 4th iteration with you?Looking forward to the next one.
I believe the valve covers are anodized, in which case, take them to an anodizer and have them stripped. Then anodize them clear if a bare aluminum look is desired.
Cool looking bike! Never fond of the bent banana look of the later Tonti LMs so it's cool that it can be changed! How much was involved?
That's going to be a very sharp looking bike!Jim
I'm liking this direction! Nice job. Any chance you can show (when you get a chance) the Stein Dinse straight frame extensions? Also, do you (or anyone reading this) know if the V1100 California models 1998-2008 front forks and triples work on an LM4 frame?
Looks great Mark. That $10 striping work looks excellent from here! As far as jetting goes, could you possibly have/had the " European" jetting? I actually don't know what that is exactly, but supposedly my SE had that done according to the previous owner, which I believe he said it was a leaner setup, but then again pipes come into play too as you mentioned.
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