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Sunday, March 4, 2012


Hello, just a quick update.  I've spent a lot of hours in the garage over the last week practicing RE-Assembly.  I went into re-assembly thinking it would be an easy/fun activity that would bring all the loose ends of the past together into an awesome product.  Well, I think things are looking good (as you can judge for yourselves below) but I've been plagued with a few parts that were ordered not being correct.  In any case, here is an update on the RE-Assembly process. Comments on each pic, enjoy:

Brake manifold with new Speigler Stainless lines attached.

The Speigler lines attached to the front calipers.

Newly painted right perch plus recently replaced front brake master cylinder attached to Speigler lines.

New rubber "fork gators" (previousely there were no gators) and new blinker assembly.

Close up of new blinker assembly.

Rear Sub-Frame Installed

Transmission installed.

Air Box and Fuel lines Installed.

Transmission + Air Box + Air Filter + Air Snorkel (the snorkel and air box were originally black, but I remove and polished the underlying aluminum.

Properly installed battery box plus all the goodies.  Ready for Carbs!

And the newly painted battery box!!

Another image of the battery box (it looks good, but as I found out later, it is installed backwards in this picture)

Left Carb back on bike.  

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