I machined them on cnc vertical mill after hours at work. If I had a cnc at home my wife would hate me, I would never be in the house. Maybe when the house is paid for I can afford a good used one.neevo said:How are you making your mounts guernz? They look really slick and I would love to replicate the method for my monoshock setup.
No it won't. I just don't have the time. The goal is to have it completly done for next for riding season. That way I can take my time and build it right and the way I want it. I put alot of miles on this bike four-five years ago and it was completly stock. When I'm done it should feel like a new bike. The engine needs to be freshened up. It started to burn a little oil. That will be wintertime for that.JustinLonghorn said:Any chance this thing will be rideable by Mid-Ohio?
Poo! Replication goes out the window then. Looks like I'm back to angle grinder and drill press.guernz said:I machined them on cnc vertical mill after hours at work. If I had a cnc at home my wife would hate me, I would never be in the house. Maybe when the house is paid for I can afford a good used one.
The air pod I have one my other SR looks like it might hit the shock if it was on this bike but thats minor stuff.scm said:I see ... if it's too tight you could perhaps locate the suspension a little further to the left!?
Btw., nice carrier you've machined!