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Author Topic: 1972 Honda CL350 First Time Build  (Read 22480 times)

Offline timberwolffxdl

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Re: 1972 Honda CL350 First Time Build
« Reply #140 on: Nov 25, 2014, 12:29:26 »
We've used Shapeways too in our company.   IIRC, I may have discovered them thru this forum.   AFAIK, they make a 3D mold of your part based on a CAD and use the mold to spit out your new parts.
I haven't used shapeways to make molded parts (didn't know they had that capability) but I've used them a lot for 3D printed parts.

Another good company to keep in mind when customizing/building things is Big Blue Saw

Offline Woodsy11

  • Posts: 46
Re: 1972 Honda CL350 First Time Build
« Reply #141 on: Nov 29, 2014, 01:00:27 »
Love the missle ignition switch!!! So sweet.

Offline Dalovva

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    • My Cafe Racer Build
Re: 1972 Honda CL350 First Time Build
« Reply #142 on: Dec 22, 2014, 19:53:58 »
Shapeways order finally in. 
Here is the Headlight cover installed. 
Not bad for Rev_01 but a few tweaks and I will get it printed in a smother ABS.



Offline miketron75

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Re: 1972 Honda CL350 First Time Build
« Reply #143 on: Apr 14, 2016, 12:04:24 »
I'm curios about how you mounted the exhaust, I don't see anything other than the pipes mounted to the engine ports?? also wondering if you ever got this running what jetting did you end up with. curious because I actually stumbled upon this thread after I purchased the same cone engineering mufflers for my 72 cl350, doing the same thing to my exhaust.

Offline miketron75

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Re: 1972 Honda CL350 First Time Build
« Reply #144 on: Apr 16, 2016, 08:21:29 »
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