First build ever

onefromexile

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I do like the raw metal look
If I can get it pretty clean
I might try to heat up (blue ) around the welds with a torch and this metal dye I've been wanting to try
That might be a cool look
For frame



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onefromexile

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Did a lil more welding on the rear and started the bondo

I'm not powder coating
I'm doing all my own work so I'm gonna do paint too
I'm not the greatest not the worst Sometimes a lil made it nice cause had to do it twice lol but if I take my time it comes out great
Haven't sanded bondo yet just testing on the rear hoop
I got more sanding and cleaning on rest of frame before I bondo my creases and primer but it's a start



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onefromexile

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Also wanted to post pics of some motor bling
Just finished up all the work and blasting ect
I got over 25 hours alone in dremel and hand sanding filing polishing



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onefromexile

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Here is shots of the inside work on the intakes
First I cleaned up the casting lines and crude took very lil because was told 360's have great intake
Kept a rough like 120
I port matched as best I could they measure within a few thou of each other



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onefromexile

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Exhaust side got opened up
Substantially
Got more advice on how to shape and what to remove


Also got Schumann motorworks bronze valve guides I'll be installing next
I did not deck my head at all it was flat already after stoning
Used a $20,000 CMM inspection machine at work to check measurements
Overkill


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onefromexile

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Yeah I really got my fingers crossed for a bad little ripper
I got bored to gs850 Pistons
not going to get a cam and explore the whole heavy valve springs and eat my head Bearing journals
But besides that
Did all the recommended mods and it should have better performance and will sound killer less restricted

Wondering if custom headers that have bigger I.d over stock would really help that much more
Cause these stock pipes are pretty small and there is room with the design of the collars to go fatter




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irk miller

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Depends on what carbs you're using. The CV carbs will benefit from a longer, narrower exhaust.
 

onefromexile

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I'll be running stock carbs
Done up by pj
He and a few others talked me into it
Dtt the best


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onefromexile

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So keep the stock pipes ??
I planned on wrapped pipes
No mufflers but a lil longer than stock

Similar to these I like the mufflers too



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I would keep (atleast start with) the stock exhaust set up, get her tuned in and running. Then make changes and see how it goes later.
I had the slash cut version of those glass packs, made tuning carbs difficult + too loud for me.
I currently have and like the 18" cone engineering, quiet-er cores.

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onefromexile

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Yes
That was my biggest mistake
I started with a total mess
Engine had a stuck valve
Bike hadn't been riding since 93'
I've come along way over the last year
Wish I had a running bike to start with
Definitely want to do a cb750 one day brat style
So I can passenger cl360 just a lil too small lol


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crazypj

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onefromexile said:
So keep the stock pipes ??
I planned on wrapped pipes
No mufflers but a lil longer than stock
Similar to these I like the mufflers too



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It will work much better if you keep glass-packs where they are and use 1-1/2"~1-3/4" pipes extending back another foot or so.
You could even move them forward slightly so they tuck in better then have long pipes out the back. £60's perform MUCH better with a long exhaust system
 

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onefromexile

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crazypj said:
It will work much better if you keep glass-packs where they are and use 1-1/2"~1-3/4" pipes extending back another foot or so.
You could even move them forward slightly so they tuck in better then have long pipes out the back. £60's perform MUCH better with a long exhaust system
So add a lil to the overall length
Move glass packs up a lil and have about 8 inches more pipe sticking out from the packs


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crazypj

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Just did a very quick Photoshop (I'm lousy at picture editing) You really need pipes as long as possible and closer to equal length
 

onefromexile

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crazypj said:
Just did a very quick Photoshop (I'm lousy at picture editing) You really need pipes as long as possible and closer to equal length
Interesting what about trying to tuck under seat
I know there is already lil clearance there
Decent photoshop though
I was gonna sketch up one lol



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