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Title: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Oct 20, 2015, 12:45:31
Hey crew. Just picked up this XV750 for a little 500x500 challenge we have going in the Portland area next spring. The goal is to spend less than $500 on a bike, then all go for a 500 mile weekend ride. So, here's the ride. I'll document progress and also how much I spend on it here for fun and also just to keep track.

What I have...
- XV750 - non-runner (but titled)
- Tires - probably good enough

The plan...
- Get it running (and reliable enough for a 500 mile ride... hopefully)
- Make it look cool (just because)
-- Going for a solo seat + sissy bar + cargo rack treatment. Sounds weird, I know, but I have a vision.

What I need...
- Battery
- Headlight
- Seat
- Metal (hopefully rusty metal)

Spent so far...
- $200 (bike)
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: JustinLonghorn on Oct 20, 2015, 12:52:56
Cool concept. I'm in.
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Hurco550 on Oct 20, 2015, 13:00:10
yessir, I can digit.

Do like bert Monroe and fix dem tires with shoe polish and have some fun =)

Im looking forward to watching this project
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: canyoncarver on Oct 20, 2015, 13:14:32
Make it happen man.
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Oct 21, 2015, 20:33:28
So obviously the goal here is to get the thing road worthy for the least amount of money as possible, but I can't bring myself to doing it without a creative / stylistic vision in mind. Maybe I've put too much thought into it, but I really like the direction my mind is headed. However there is one big question mark... suicide shifter. Do it, or don't do it?

Stylistically, and just for the hell of it, I think it's a great idea. But for a 500 mile ride, much of which may be twisty, is this a really bad idea?

I've never ridden a bike with suicide shift, so I don't know really know what I would be getting myself into. Looking for personal opinion.

and if it makes a difference, I was planning on mounting the clutch lever to the shift rod rather than going with a foot operated clutch. Just FYI.

Something like shown here: http://cdn.xs650chopper.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/craig-pics-001.jpg?cf890d
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Hurco550 on Oct 21, 2015, 21:01:56
man, im gonna be the Debbie downer on the suicide clutch and say no. (obviously opinion only)

As a rider, how many times in ONE RIDE do you have to simultaneously grab a handful of clutch and brake to get stopped. Beit for a cell phone jockey, a chuckhole or what have you.

Bikes are cool, suicide shifters are neat, but going home at the end of the day is cooler.

Your brain gets conditioned after some time at the helm that when you need to react fast, you have BOTH HANDS on the bars and you pull the levers without having to think about it.

It also just doesn't seem like fun to me to be riding twisties and having to grab ahold of the levers to shift instead of the bars. Again, just my opinion, and I have never claimed my opinion to be fact =)
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Oct 21, 2015, 21:04:32
man, im gonna be the Debbie downer on the suicide clutch and say no. (obviously opinion only)

As a rider, how many times in ONE RIDE do you have to simultaneously grab a handful of clutch and brake to get stopped. Beit for a cell phone jockey, a chuckhole or what have you.

Bikes are cool, suicide shifters are neat, but going home at the end of the day is cooler.

Your brain gets conditioned after some time at the helm that when you need to react fast, you have BOTH HANDS on the bars and you pull the levers without having to think about it.

It also just doesn't seem like fun to me to be riding twisties and having to grab ahold of the levers to shift instead of the bars. Again, just my opinion, and I have never claimed my opinion to be fact =)

Haha I appreciating you presenting your opinion in such a gentle way. Lol. Honestly, safety and practicality are leading me down the same path, just thought I'd post it up on here in case someone chimed in and said "do it! it's so fun and you won't regret it!" then I'd think about it... but I think your opinion will be echoed.
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: jpmobius on Oct 22, 2015, 10:47:32
Totally on board with the over all concept - but NOT the suicide shift.  Bar hopper bike (gotta wonder about the logic here) maybe, but generally there are way too many occasions you really REALLY want to change gear without taking your hand off the bars.  (I personally take one (or both) hands of the bars all the time, but can't get my head around doing so to pull the remote clutch and shift gear in anything but a very casual circumstance) Plus, having such a long lever on a modern trans seems like trouble waiting to happen.  You have a massive amount of leverage on a pretty spindly axle, plus quite a lot of throw as a result.  Seems like a pretty ungainly scheme and an easy way to have a small mishap turn into a big problem.  Of course the dangerous aspect goes without saying.  Have to admit it sounds really cool though, and an easy thing to convert back to "normal" if it doesn't work out.
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Oct 22, 2015, 12:06:55
I'm on the same page you guys. In my mind this thing becomes a "bar hopper" after the 500x500 ride... so maybe I'll mess around with the idea then. To your point, it's not an irreversible modification by any means. Hell, I'm sure someone could rig up a 2-1 clutch cable so that it could have both! hehe
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Hurco550 on Oct 22, 2015, 12:09:05
I'm on the same page you guys. In my mind this thing becomes a "bar hopper" after the 500x500 ride... so maybe I'll mess around with the idea then. To your point, it's not an irreversible modification by any means. Hell, I'm sure someone could rig up a 2-1 clutch cable so that it could have both! hehe

HAHAHA there ya go, clutch handle on both anddddd leave the foot shift on and just weld a bar up from it so you could hand or foot shift lol


BOOM
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Oct 22, 2015, 12:17:14
hahaha PERFECT
Title: Re: VX750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Nov 12, 2015, 13:30:52
Alright... I FINALLY got around to touching this bike. Pulled the carbs off real quick to go through. Going to start by ordering a battery, cleaning the carbs, and cleaning out the gas tank to see A) if I can get it running, and B) whether or not it needs any wiring attention.

Notes:
- Externally - the carbs appear to be in great shape.
- Internally - Carb #1 was super clean, carbs #2 was super gunked up with old gas.

Questions:
- There are these two air intake hoses on the frame running into top side of the carbs. Is it safe to assume this is a channel for air into the diaphrams via the air filter box? Never seen anything like this before.

Challenges:
- Bike didn't come with a key. Guess I need to track down the identification number on the ignition and see if I can order one before busting the gas tank open with a screw driver :)
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Nov 23, 2015, 13:55:44
Quick update...

• Carbs are cleaned and back on the bike.
• Starter is dead. No big surprise here... just trying to decide if it's worth trying to rebuild, or if I just buy a new one.
• Replacing fluids as we speak.
• Going to start testing electrical soon. Had to order a missing solenoid. Oh and the dead starter doesn't help.
• Chatted with the local rat rod experts and they have some crazy ideas. This thing could quickly spiral out of control. So first things first, see if it'll run!
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: focusinprogress on Nov 23, 2015, 15:47:22
on the gas cap, it's very easy to access the mechanism with a simple 90* pic to get it open, then you can just remove the lock cylinder with two phillips screws and pull all the tumblers out and reinstall....then any key or screwdriver or popcan tab or a coin should be able to open it. lol. I remove the tumblers even when I have the matching key.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Nov 23, 2015, 15:48:29
on the gas cap, it's very easy to access the mechanism with a simple 90* pic to get it open, then you can just remove the lock cylinder with two phillips screws and pull all the tumblers out and reinstall....then any key or screwdriver or popcan tab or a coin should be able to open it. lol. I remove the tumblers even when I have the matching key.

Right on. I've heard the removing tumbler trick before, but didn't realize the locks were to easy to pic. I have some 90* pics, so I'll give it a shot!
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: focusinprogress on Nov 23, 2015, 16:04:05
here's where I learned it many builds ago

http://www.xs650.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23824
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Dec 09, 2015, 12:52:27
What do you all know about starters that I don't know? Here's the story...

I tried jumping the starter on this bike like I have many before. Brand new 12v battery straight to the starter wire and I got nothing. Bypassed the starter wire and went straight to the post on the starter with jumper cables and got nothing. Removed the starter, bench tested, same results. So I concluded that the starter was dead.

Ordered a brand new 4 brush starter from eBay. Completely installed it and tested it - the exact same results. Mind blown.

Tested with brand new 12v battery AND a 12v jump starter pack. Both to the starter wire, as well as directly to the starter post. eBay seller promises product is brand new and was tested prior to sale.

I'm baffled to say the least. Can you think of any other tests I should try before sending it back?


Edit: The starter is fine. The battery I bought is apparently bad, or doesn't have enough juice to turn it over. Weird because I bought the same battery for my first XS850. Regardless, on to the next thing...
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Dec 17, 2015, 12:23:02
Wiring.....

Alright... so I started digging in to wiring last night and I've hit a bit of a wall. I know that you are probably going to tell me to do the simplified wiring, which I may end up doing. I just wanted to see if the stock harness was intact enough to save me the time.

I hooked everything up with my GOOD battery. New ignition switch, new (used) solenoid. And here's where I'm at...

I have 12 volts to my ignition switch, and 12 volts coming out of the ignition switch when turned on. Check!

I have power to and from all 4 fuses (lights, ignition, etc.)

I have power to and from the kill switch (red/white).

I DO NOT HAVE POWER TO THE STARTER BUTTON OR TO THE SOLENOID (blue or red).

So I started working backward to see where the power stops. I think I tracked it down to two relay's... but I'm not sure.

Starter relay - Power to one red/white, no power to the other red/white
Starter cut out relay - Power to one red/white, no power to the other red/white

Any input appreciated!
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Hurco550 on Dec 17, 2015, 12:28:54
Ditch the starter. Have a friend push you to start it.... if you did a diesel conversion, you wouldn't even need an ignition.... glad I can help =).   Seriously though, I don't have much to add as far as the electronics. Sorry.. maybe Matt will chime in soon
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Dec 17, 2015, 12:36:58
There's a guy on the Virago Tech forum who outlined a simplified wiring diagram. I may end up going that route. Just wanted to see if this stock harness was going to be easy or not first. Looks like not.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Grazz256 on Dec 17, 2015, 20:20:56
First question.. what year is the bike?

I would start by checking the safety switches, clutch, neutral, and side stand; just unplug them an see if they open/close.
You can also check the relays by putting battery voltage across the coil, they should click and the contacts should either open or close (really if they click there is a good chance they are fine). Unfortunately from wiring diagram I can't tell which wires are the coil and which are the contacts..

Cheers
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Dec 17, 2015, 20:49:28
First question.. what year is the bike?

I would start by checking the safety switches, clutch, neutral, and side stand; just unplug them an see if they open/close.
You can also check the relays by putting battery voltage across the coil, they should click and the contacts should either open or close (really if they click there is a good chance they are fine). Unfortunately from wiring diagram I can't tell which wires are the coil and which are the contacts..

Cheers

1982 XV750.

Safety switches - what do you mean by "see if they open/close"? These switches were a concern of mine. They should be "connected" when in the run position right?

Relays - when I turn the key I hear a click. so at least one of them is working. I don't understand your testing process or else I would test them all.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: john83 on Dec 18, 2015, 12:29:29
Cool idea. Good luck.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Grazz256 on Dec 18, 2015, 19:58:43
1982 XV750.

Safety switches - what do you mean by "see if they open/close"? These switches were a concern of mine. They should be "connected" when in the run position right?

Relays - when I turn the key I hear a click. so at least one of them is working. I don't understand your testing process or else I would test them all.

Yeah.. I'm horrid at explaining myself but I will try

For the switches... unplug them, and measure the resistance across the contacts, make them switch (i.e. pull in your clutch), you should see the resistance change. It will either go from infinite (or very high depending on your meter) to pretty much 0 (again depends on your meter, but it will be very low, less then 1 ohm), or the other way around.

For the relays... first thing to remember is that relays are just switches that are controlled with an electromagnet. On these ones they have 4 wires, 2 of the wires are the coil for the electromagnet that switches the relay, the other two wires are the contacts. To check them you do the same thing as with the switches, connect a meter across the contacts and make the relay switch. To make the relay switch you put power (right from the battery is fine) across the coil.
This might help... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV7j3e1as6c (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV7j3e1as6c)

Actually randomly found this as well, be warned I didn't watch it so it might be crap
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqiSuLJe5yQ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqiSuLJe5yQ)

Cheers
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Dec 22, 2015, 12:39:15
Well, I decided the right thing to do is to go the simplified wiring diagram route. In the long run, it just makes sense. I started on the process last night (pictures attached). I'm going to give it another once over tonight following the step by step outline.

There are a few things that I am uncertain about like which brown wire is the IN on the fuse box? Probably the larger gauge one.

After I double check it all I'll loosely throw it all together to start testing before breaking out the soldering gun.

I also realized through the process that I don't have any brake switches on the bike. Time to order one! So I haven't added in the tail/head/brake light circuit quite yet.

Image of the nearly complete simplified harness, and all of the extra wire.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: Grazz256 on Dec 22, 2015, 20:28:58
I think you made the right decision, that wiring was way over complicated.

Cheers
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Dec 23, 2015, 12:01:16
Double checked it all last night. Connected everything with electrical tape to test, and BOOM. First try. Power to everything. Turns over, spark, and power the wire that will feed my lights. Almost too easy.

Now I just need to get my battery tray sorted so that I can finalize the length before busting out the soldering gun.

Merry Christmas!
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Jan 11, 2016, 15:05:56
Oh man. I've been bad about updates here. Was out of town the week after Christmas, but hit it hard when I got back.

The wiring was tested and works, so before I can wrap that up I need to finalize my battery box and electrical box location. While I'm waiting for a new battery, I decided to jump on to some of the esthetics. Accomplished in the last week...

1 - Dropped the front of the gas tank about 1 inch
2 - Mocked up seat mount (old cast tractor seat)
3 - Stripped paint (frame and tank)
4 - Rust (added rusting agent to tank and frame. Once it's how I want it, will add a clear coat)

Next up...

1 - Headlight mount
2 - Hand made handlebars (stay tuned)
3 - Seat mount + luggage rack/sissy bar
4 - Battery box
5 - Electrical box
6 - Finish wiring
7 - Built foot pegs or pads
8 - make it run

Note - seat will have a pad on it for the 500 mile ride.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Jan 12, 2016, 13:37:24
Handlebars bent! They came out better than I expected. They don't feel as wide as they look. Final mounting location still TBD.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: dualero on Jan 14, 2016, 18:08:10
This is interesting, keep it coming man!

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Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: MotorbikeBruno on Jan 14, 2016, 18:17:20
Very interesting...haha.  I expect video of you jabbing yourself in the ribs with those handlebars.  They are a cool moose antler style :)  I dig it.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Jan 14, 2016, 18:22:50
Very interesting...haha.  I expect video of you jabbing yourself in the ribs with those handlebars.  They are a cool moose antler style :)  I dig it.

Haha! The seat is pretty far back, so I don't expect any rib jabbing to happen. The bigger challenge is keeping the both hands on the bars in a sharp turn. I'll just try to keep this one out on the open road ;)

They also don't feel nearly as wide in person as they look in this photo. Hopefully more photos and the final bar mount location, if it changes, will smooth it out.
Title: Re: XV750 - Rat Bob - #500x500
Post by: treitz on Jan 19, 2016, 19:18:45
A few more shots of the "rust bucket" (I think it officially has a name) from the other night. Tank is just about done rusting. Going to smooth it out and clear coat it soon.

Started painting brackets, and pulled the rear wheel off so that I can paint it and the swing arm. Once I get all this BS done I can get the new subframe all welded up, finish wiring, and try to get this thing finished.

My plan to "get this thing running, THEN worry about how it looks" totally back fired. And I realize I pretty much missed the purpose of the 500x500 challenge... but I was just having way too much fun. So here we go with a (nearly) $500 rat/bob build that I will have to endure for 500 miles.

Selling this bike is going to be harder than I thought and it may end up in the stable. I've honestly had a blast building it. Making something as ugly as you can, intentionally, is really gratifying for some reason.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Jan 19, 2016, 22:17:02
Looks like you got the shaft.

Any reason that sweet little chrome tank needs to be in harms way? I could watch over it if it's being discarded.
Title: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Jan 19, 2016, 23:26:09
Looks like you got the shaft.

Any reason that sweet little chrome tank needs to be in harms way? I could watch over it if it's being discarded.

Got the shaft? Shaft drive joke?

Regardless...

The chrome tank is a friends. He wanted to see if it would fit on the XV but it won't. If you're interested, I could see what he wants for it.


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Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Feb 05, 2016, 12:47:18
I'm going to reiterate the fact that I may have approached this challenge wrong...but I'm just having too much doing it.

I spent the last two weeks painting shit, then distressing it. I guess if you have the time, it's not a waste...and the materials weren't budget busters.

Ultimately, I'm not doing well with the $500 budget, but that is more due to expensive necessities like a new battery and starter than anything else.

Going to work on the sub-frame this weekend, then wrap up wiring and try to get her running.

P.S. I don't see a lot of rat rods on here, so if this is't your cup-o-tee that's fine. It's been fun to learn a new "art form" if you will.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: MotorbikeBruno on Feb 05, 2016, 16:05:20
I'm liking it.  She's coming along nicely.  I'm one to think you need several motorcycles and they shouldn't all be the same, nor stock.  I have a nice clean stock Honda, and a chopped up one. It's all about your own style and having fun with it (while also being safe...not sh*tty welds and such of course!!)

Good work.  8)
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Feb 05, 2016, 16:07:49
I'm liking it.  She's coming along nicely.  I'm one to think you need several motorcycles and they shouldn't all be the same, nor stock.  I have a nice clean stock Honda, and a chopped up one. It's all about your own style and having fun with it (while also being safe...not sh*tty welds and such of course!!)

Good work.  8)

Ha thanks man! I like learning new things...so all of the bikes I have built have been VERY different. Fun to push myself into an arena that I'm not comfortable with. I've always like the bobber scene, and the rat rod car scene, so this was a great excuse to merge the two together.

Original plan was to build this thing for $500 and sell it after the ride...but I like it so much already, it will probably stick around. Should be a fun bar hopper when it's done at least.

Plus, I might be one of the only people in the world to not throw a Mojave tank on an XV...so I'm pretty proud of that fact.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: Hurco550 on Feb 05, 2016, 16:19:06
so all of the bikes I have built have been VERY different.

quick look through the threads in your sig confirms that =) good on ya man.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Feb 23, 2016, 12:16:36
Alright...Finally ready to get this beast wired up (for good). I already did most of the leg work on the wiring, but now that I have my battery box located I need to finalize everything. Hopefully it goes smooth and quick so that I can get her fired up. Down to less than a month till the ride. The welding portion of this took longer than expected. My fault for not prioritizing well...but I'll get it done.

Definitely not shaving any weight here!

Luggage rack is easily and quickly removable which is kinda nice. Fender will be added once I pull it off after the 500 ride. Rack with stuff on it will act as a fender during the ride.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: dilbone on Mar 17, 2016, 23:32:00
that bike is gonna be a serious head turner...like mad max stuff, very cool
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Mar 21, 2016, 01:15:24
that bike is gonna be a serious head turner...like mad max stuff, very cool

Thanks man! Bike was a total bust though. The 500x500 was this weekend and the bike wasn't ready. Fab work took longer than expected (whoops) and I didn't have time to get it running. Had good spark and compression, bike was turning over, but nothing. Going to work on it a bit more. Next up is checking the valve timing and the carbs again.

Went on the ride anyway on my 850 and it was a blast.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on May 12, 2016, 20:29:16
Wow, can't even believe it myself. Got this old bastard running last week. After being super frustrated and not touching it for about a month I decided my last effort would be to clean the carbs, again. So I did. Slapped them back on and it fired right up.

Ordered a new battery cause I fried the first one, and before you know it I was ripping up the street. Will post up some more pictures once I have a chance to get her out and take a few.

Much more fun to ride than I expected. These 750's actually have a fair bit of power.
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: canyoncarver on May 24, 2016, 12:13:07
Dude, post new pics. 
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: MotorbikeBruno on May 24, 2016, 18:55:25
Yeah. Seriously. Pics or it didn't happen.  ;) ::) :-X
Title: Re: XV750 - "The Rust Bucket" - #500x500 Challenge
Post by: treitz on Nov 02, 2016, 19:06:22
I suck and totally didn't post the pictures that I promised. I ended up selling it shortly after I took these. Then I sold my XS850, so I now have zero motorcycles :( I bought a VW Vanagon, so that has been consuming my time lately. Will get another bike next springs.

I preferred it without the luggage rack, so I pulled that off. Easy to put back on. Also had plans for a rear fender which I sent with the new owner.

I realize the bike isn't in everyones taste, but it was fun to build. So yeah.

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