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Been a long time since I posted on this post. After a year of COVID, new house and new baby, it is time to get stuck back in to the project. Over the last 2 weeks I have managed to rebuild the Bandit 600 carbs with a new carb kit and after 3 attempts finally got oil pressure today and at last...
I have fitted a GSXR 750 rear master cylinder to my CognitoMoto CB750K rearsets but I am a bit stumped as to how/where to put the brake light switch. Anyone have a similar setup and like to share some pictures?
Thanks. I have the proper metal traps fitted to the header now. The red plastic ones were only used until I was sure I had everything in place as it needs to be. Same with the ones at the end of the downpipes.
Been a while since my last post. Had to get another front wheel.. Problem sorted and finally got tires fitted. Also got the rear sets installed with some mods required. Also got some AN-8 connector hooked up to the oil tank. The oil tank is waiting to be powder coated but everywhere is closed...
Oil tank thankfully fit like a glove! (a tight glove at that...) Just have to mark the holes for the oil line adapters, weld them in and then polish the tank. Should be good to start then :cool:
A short video of the tank can be seen here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/eh9qyxrrhQjJZiuHA
Something is up with my Flickr account so here are some links to the latest updates on the build:
I'm about to stat on wiring aftermarket handlebar switches into the new wiring loom. Needless to say, it is not plug-n-play so I am going to cut all the connectors and fit with new SuperSeal connectors. Has anyone done this or is there any advice anyone would like to share before I start? I have...
Been busy the last few weeks!
Cleaned and powdercoated
Wiring mess to clean up
Front end fitted
Clocks look good!
Exhausts painted and ready for wrapping!
Just wait on the clips-ons to finish off the front end..
Interesting reply over on the SOHC forum
"My opinion: that is a shunt regulator and not the ideal choice for your bike. These run the alternator at 100% power 100% of the time and almost all waste excess power to ground. Not a worrying horsepower stealer, full alternator load takes maybe 1/3...
Been a while since I last posted. But finally getting near the finish line. (I hope...)
I have searched the forum looking for an answer to my query but to no avail. I bought this regulator rectifier from Dave Silvers for my 1977 CB750K7...