i have the motion pro degree wheel... the hole on it is TINY.crazypj said:You probably have a 3/4" hole in degree wheel, need to find some washers that will support outside (fender washers, ~5/16"hole, ~inch and quarter OD) and a washer that fits into center with a 8mm hole to keep it centered on crank.
Use a shorter bolt to clamp it all together
I got a piece of angle and drilled some holes to mount onto rocker cover bolts (with spacers to keep it level)
Have you got dial indicator with magnetic base yet?.
You need extension for indicator to reach down to spring retainer (although, working in a cycle shop you can probably find a spoke the correct thread and make extension, use shortened spoke nipple as locknut)
I'll get pic of top end set up tomorrow. (and pic of bottom yoke)
You only need a 8mm hole for bolt, still need some washers to support things though, file or drill it to fit if it's 6mmRocan said:i have the motion pro degree wheel... the hole on it is TINY.
as for the dial indicator, dont have one... any tips on where i can find a good one?
Only great good can come from this. ;Dcrazypj said:I got to critique some stuff (to everyone living vicariously through these posts, it's what I do, live with it)
Did a bit of how/why
Left some idea's kicking around
Thanks all, I knew it would look good, just didn't know how good ;DRocan said:god... that looks hella sexy.
Posted by: hillsy
Not using the pit-bike front end??
Posted by: Kanticoy
That does look extremely nice my friend. That shouldered wheel does it for me with that drum. Nice nice combo.
Ahhh...so they are. I saw the blue and I thought they were pit bike forks ;Dcrazypj said:Hillsy,
The blue forks are stock 1992 (?) GSXR 750, (one year only)
Would be perfect length for 360 but I dont want 17" 3 spoke cast wheels and I think they may look a bit heavy?