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Author Topic: Ton up SR250 - a cafe racer by the numbers: 100mph, 100kg, 30hp  (Read 6698 times)

Offline JadusMotorcycleParts

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Re: Ton up SR250 - a cafe racer by the numbers: 100mph, 100kg, 30hp
« Reply #80 on: Jan 10, 2018, 18:32:09 »
Dropping the electric starter I need to block the gaping hole in the left crank case.  Start with a few measurements and a sketch, into CAD, a couple prototypes later to dial in the hole positions, then onto a drawing to send to the machinist :)

Offline hooligan998

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Re: Ton up SR250 - a cafe racer by the numbers: 100mph, 100kg, 30hp
« Reply #81 on: Jan 11, 2018, 00:49:36 »
It was a bit of a joke. Been using both imperial and metric for 15 years so no need to try and lecture. Thanks.

I wasn't really lecturing, so if it came across that way, my bad.  Maybe I missed the point of your post.  I really wasn't trying to piss you off.  I've been using both for longer than that, hence the reason I posted it.

We good?

Offline Pete12

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Re: Ton up SR250 - a cafe racer by the numbers: 100mph, 100kg, 30hp
« Reply #82 on: Jan 11, 2018, 08:45:23 »
Dropping the electric starter I need to block the gaping hole in the left crank case.  Start with a few measurements and a sketch, into CAD, a couple prototypes later to dial in the hole positions, then onto a drawing to send to the machinist :)
Nice work, looking forward to seeing the finished article.