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Old 03-17-2022, 04:00 PM
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Hammer crimping:
Small 1 1/4" pipe rounded off roughly is ok clamped in the vice:

Hammer , hammer , hammer around the edge rounding it over:

And like that ,a bit at a time nd watch the tube end curl in:

And a nice clean muffler shape:
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Old 03-21-2022, 11:07 PM
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Pipes at 50% done after an extensive session:

Buncha tooling made for the work too if any one gives a fuck.
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Mounts start with the welding of a 3/8" bolt into a washer, these will be welded to the pipes themselves:
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Mounts start with the welding of a 3/8" bolt into a washer, these will be welded to the pipes themselves:
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Pipes completed with proper brackets:



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A nice set of pipes unique to this bike , straight , and mounted properly . This is the essence of chopper building , properly made and mounted parts.
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Took a break from steel fab to CNC a matching wood panel for the top motor mount cover and the long awauted coil box cover:
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Nice work

Well, when all the right skills and tools are combined...
Looks pro, not garage build...
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Thanks.
Just checking the look of the pipes;


And the 7 degreee 'splay' the pipes take off the frame line.

Now I can pull them off and get the ends painted and then wrap them , they'll get put away as I stiff hafta get this bike out of my house and they are adding to the width!

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Had to leave this for a while .
Coming back slowly with the sorting of the oil pressure gauge and switch.
I was gonna have the switch off the rear of the engine but the lines look good and I dont want to mess with them.
At the front of the engine there is a handy port to the oil system.
So I re-purposed a brass fitting , it has 3 off 1/8 NPT threaded holes , 1 for the feed , 1 for the gauge and one for the switch:



I dont have the switch yet.
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Oil pressure sending switch installed:
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A little carb checking today:
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S&S kit showed up:

Excellent fit and product as is the usual from that company.
As in previous posts there is the opportunity to utilize some more of the cool burlwood. I soon found there was not enough for a 1 piece air cleaner cover. Some quick computer work and I was able to produce adhesive mask material cut into pie shapes.
You can guess where this is going:
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Point cover and cam sensor block off plate work:

Checking block off plate fit:
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Parts came in so more work can commence:

MAP sensor and stepped on cats eye tailight.
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