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Result of 14 voters
Key - Excellent: 5 points; Very Good: 4 points; Good: 3 points; Average: 2 points; Poor: 1 points; (Average points in brackets)
(1) Exhaust fabrication for a dual exit ???? Looks like an RC51 Good ? Bad ? What do you think? - 3 voters (5.00) BAR
(2) Does not get any better than this. - 2 voters (5.00) BAR
(3) Pilot's view - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
(4) Final incarnation with rebuilt 79' Motor. - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
(5) The front end assembled. Custom 4" longer tubes with Traxion Dynamics suspension. Full preload and rebound adjustment for a CBX! - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
Lower Tripple clamp assembly for the CBX /VFR project bike..  The extra thickness will reduce flex from longer fork legs..
Lower Tripple clamp assembly for the CBX /VFR project bike.. The extra thickness will reduce flex from longer fork legs..
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This is not your everyday hobbyhorse project. Mock up of the frame with the swingarm attached. There is a
This is not your everyday hobbyhorse project. Mock up of the frame with the swingarm attached. There is a "Dummy" shock with a throw away set of linkage held in place with epoxy so the top shock clevis can be welded in place. With the exception of the swingarm and the swingarm mounting bolt...everything else was fabricated for strength requirements.
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Shades of the Late great T-Rex bike of the late 90's.  Crossbracing below the tank.
Shades of the Late great T-Rex bike of the late 90's. Crossbracing below the tank.
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Close up shot of the top of the shock and clevis which is fitted to 2 new crossmembers which will be tied to the crossbenber  above them.
Close up shot of the top of the shock and clevis which is fitted to 2 new crossmembers which will be tied to the crossbenber above them.
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Welding finished on the top shock mount. Notice the cross bracing...yea it is overkill but ....better to be safe than sorry.
Welding finished on the top shock mount. Notice the cross bracing...yea it is overkill but ....better to be safe than sorry.
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Getting things rolling...view from the rear
Getting things rolling...view from the rear
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The buisness end. Wheels are powdercoated RC51 Red.
The buisness end. Wheels are powdercoated RC51 Red.
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Triangular Dyna coil mounts inside the top of the frame under the tank.
Triangular Dyna coil mounts inside the top of the frame under the tank.
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Exhaust fabrication for a dual exit ???? Looks like an RC51 Good ? Bad ? What do you think?
Exhaust fabrication for a dual exit ???? Looks like an RC51 Good ? Bad ? What do you think? *
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