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Hey EASTSIDE is that why i aint got no parts ...........you is keepin my post wench a hostage ............
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Well got a good few miles on the sucker S+S 113 runs manic

Bike is still too low have taken off the belt support to enable me to get around traffic islands...........way too many round here ..gonna have to get some 12 overs .........still got to make a seat, then decide on a paint colour, thinking gold metalflake and green ........mebbe ! fuck crome just too wet around these parts. Went to a mates the other night ...came home in thick fog ....headlight is next to fuckin useless . Apes were too much over 80mph so made up some lane whiskey bars ......bike seems to like em ......still cutting and tacking an exhaust as the one on was only a stopgap to get me on the road but the frame is all I expected it to be...perfect ......diggin the fuck out of my rig.

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what's wrong with the satin black? Looks good for me.
Too bad about your open belt. Have to be careful myself as well when i finish my bike.

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Ok already

Here she is ........returned ....a little .......ruffled but as good as new




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good thing to have her back
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So what happened did you leave it black or are you going with another color?
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Old 05-03-2010, 05:27 AM
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Still satin black the weather turned ok for a while so everytime I get home from work early I fire up and fuckoff for a ride .......bike is still evolving, new headlamp ( still not right) seat not back from upholstering bloke ....
Took out the spring spacers and replaced them with 15inch of progressive spring each side, had some spare so cut them up, when I sat on the bike the forks compressed near 2 inches, now only compresses 1/2 an inch and rides a whole lot better with a little more ground clearance so all good ......paint will have to wait till winter now .....havin too much fun ....clutch rattles like a nest of angry rattlesnakes gonna have to sort that out ........any ideas !!

diggin ridin the shit outta this thing .....why do folk ride shop shit .....I only ride what i build .........new project comin very soon .........got a lead on a barnfresh rig ...

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good to hear about your new project

how is the tension of your spring on the clutch?
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Old 05-03-2010, 08:33 AM
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Rattle rattle

it is driving me nuts i have the spring collars screwed down to nearly 1/8th of an inch off the spring plate, may have to get some stronger springs !! but at a set of lights it sounds crappy ........nothing broke, loose , !!!!!!!!
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clutch not slipping right?
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No slippy slippy

na not slipping at all gonna rip the fuckin clutch apart take any glaze off the plates and reassemble again and again till i get it quiet ....or swap it out ........and beat the fuck outta it
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Old 08-24-2011, 01:21 AM
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WHat!!!

Just rode 160 odd miles stopped at home and my threads are covered with oil so is the oil tank rear of bike, fender rear wheel ......how the hell did I get home

the rear head left side rocker box allen bolt had disappeared and was blowing oil out hitting my leg and spraying the rear of the bike .......lucky escape, rear tyre covered ...phew ......2 inches of oil left in the tank good job I was just cruising home .......no indication from oil pressure switch or gauge .....lucky or what




wudda been an expensive rebuild .......


nearly lost an eye too ........leaned over to start it to trace the leak and the mofo spat me a face full of black slippy crap .......quick diagnosis tho ......
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old forks were pants too much flex so installed some fat bubba nonsense from sweden should be fine ..and some big brake's.



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