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Those velocity stacks are gorgeous. Very nice work. What do you have going on with your motor that requires 41mm flatsides? I'm running a set on my SE, but it runs 94mm hi comp pistons and a RR3 cam with major head work.
Are you going to weld around the outside of the manifold tube to the face plate?Ciao
As its welded on the back, I made sure prepared the joint well and got some good penetration. I decided that three good runs of weld was sufficient on the outside
I agree but it looks horrible. Sometimes even in engineering you need to go the extra yard so it looks right and "professional" Ciao
In your obvious over inflated opinion...Ciao
Hi Buzzer, Nice build, and good progress so far. It would be nice if the pictures were bigger so we can see all the details? Maybe individually instead of 4in1 style? Also if you might feel inclined to grind off the small tabs with the thread in the top yoke, (m6 mounting holes for ?) be very careful about welding the holes up. I did and it warped like crazy. No way it would fit the forks again. Lucky for me it was a spare one I had bought. I think if I had to make a second try I would turn up some slugs that is a tight fit in the fork tube bores and then weld it up a little at the time.
What are you using for a speedometer? I like the sensor placement.
Excellent machining! What did you use for a bearing/bushing on the brake lever?
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