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Old 07-17-2009, 11:00 AM
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CCP 4 up 6 Out Rigid 250

Currently I'm trying to finish up a build on a Carolina Customs frame. It has been sitting as a roller w/ engine & trans for around a 3 years now; the tree's are raked 6 degrees with 12" over front end. 6-30-2009 I placed an order from Drag Specialties for the following parts:

2102-0079 COIL MINI KIT
2110-0165 STARTER W/ BUTTON
2112-0232 CHARGE SYS 32 AMP
2120-0181 KIT AMP MULTILOCK
Ds-272167 JUNCTION BLOCK 4 LUG
0903-0195 RED TURN SIGNAL
0903-0196 AMBER TURN SIGNAL
0904-0002 TURN SIGNAL AUTO CANC.
0604-0004 RISER BUSHINGS
Ds-290812 CUST CLAMP BRAKE
Ds-290824 CUTS CLAMP CLUTCH
0630-0443 GRIPS VICE W/RUBBER
0616-0041 CLAMP W/SWITCH
0632-0209 HOUSING THR DUAL
Ds-325410 FRONT BRAKE DISC
Ds-325424 REAR BRAKE ROTOR
1701-0140 CALIPER QUAD
1704-0229 BRACKET 4P
1704-0239 BRACKET 4 PISTON
2210-0010 2 1/16” SPEEDO/TACH
2212-0100 CUP GAUGE 2 1/16
2210-0013 P/U TRANS SENSOR
2212-0105 LIGHT IND HI BEAM
PART# 0806-0010 FLAMED LEATHER SPRING SOLO SEAT
Part# 27-0133 1 1/8" FRAME WELD ON KICKSTAND
2001-0059 Head Lamp

Remaining parts to purchase(that I know of):
Oil Tank (round, wo/ battery box)
Forward Controls
Mirror
1" Handle Bars
Top Motor Mount
Wheel Spacers
Primary Spacer

The last two items are the one's I know least about. I think a 1.5" primary spacer will do, but I'm skeptical as to the complexity involved in getting wheel spacers "right". As of lately I've hired a Harley Davidson tech to help me out in putting the bike together and getting it running, however I'm sure there will be some unforseen issues. Any words of wisdom are greatly appreciated!

Hope to finish it up over the next couple of months.

I know they are pretty weak, but attached are a couple photos...
(The tank was an experiment and has since been replaced w/ WWC Villian)
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Old 07-17-2009, 05:01 PM
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lookin good....On wheel spacers I use pcv tubing to mock up everything then cut the final spacers out of stainless for final assembly...
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Started bolting up the primary and pullys and I think I've come upon an alignment issue.

The front pully is set in so deep, the belt hits the primary backing plate before the splines start to catch.

What do I do about this?
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Old 05-18-2010, 10:06 AM
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you need a pulley spacer. Get your rear wheel spaced first in case you gotta move the tranny around. once you get the wheel and tranny issues figured out move on to the primary.
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Old 05-18-2010, 11:20 AM
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Is there any special way to pull the wiring from the stator through the hole in the crank case housing?

I galled he hell out of mine trying to pull it through... :/
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Old 05-18-2010, 11:25 AM
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oil the fuck out of it and sometimes you have to shave the sides down a bit.
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