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WOW!! this is the most amazing lil bobber project I have ever seen.. LOVE IT!! now I want one of those too... ;-) LOL
MarcW said:Any info on your jig setup?
Also, any pics of that 4 wheeled lovliness sitting in the garage?
RustyOlive said:WOW!! gorges 57.
I owned a 56 back in high school on air bags.. chromed out straight six, four on the floor and sun oxidized gypsy red paint.. loved that ol'girl!! miss her a lot and wish I never sold her.. some day I hope to have another.
there's a brewery down the way from my work that uses a 57 for deliveries.. makes me miss my 56 more ever time it drives by me.. LOL http://www.steamwhistle.ca/ourbeer/grumpy.php
Useful Idiot said:How are those pipes working out? Is there a mount in the rear anywhere? Seems like road vibration would shake them off.
I have the same bike with stock(ish) pipes.
Swagger said:I keep coming back just to look at the pics, very nice indeed!
Were it mine I'd have to go with the long low pipes, they really work for me.
If you don't mind, could you dish a bit on your carb setup?
Did you get them dialed in well? I've been toying with the idea of putting together a spreadsheet with carb/setup info for various bikes, and the 450/500T is obviously a popular platform.
Swagger said:That's perfect, thanks!
I'll add it to the spreadsheet...
Just to be sure I've got this straight:
500T, no mods except straights....correct?