Yeah almost. The magnets are actually inset in the filler on the inside of the covers - held in place with a screw and glue (they were magnets with a countersink on one side). Then the frame just has some bolt heads. If I need a stronger clamp later, I could add magnets to those braces as well - bolted on.zap2504 said:Ok - so the silver straps on the frame tubes (above pics) hold the neodymium magnets in place.
Yep, using the advance brackets, they seemed to pick up some torque low down and in the midrange, without affecting the top too much. I actually just placed a production order for them, hoping other people are interested. I'll share jetting in another post, because I tried a lot of settings with different set ups, interesting stuff.ChrisSpain said:That´s looking really cool.. and I look forward to the results of your jetting/carb settings.
Are you using your ´Ignition advance´modified timing pick-up ?
I have been following this bikes development since the first release. Not a big fan, not because it is a Harley, but because it is an ugly looking, plasticky looking fatty. My opinion of coarse. But feel like giving Harley a pat on the back and saying 'good try'. Anyway, about the mirrors, yeah not too bad. I quite like bar end mirrors. But the only down side is you have to hack up your nice grips :-[zap2504 said:I like the way the bar end mirrors look on the new H-D Street Rod (https://www.revzilla.com/common-tread/2017-harley-davidson-street-rod-first-ride-motorcycle-review). A set of good Napoleon bar end mirrors might look as good on the SR250.
These pictures make me realize three things:JadusMotorcycleParts said:It feels like an eternity since the photos were taken and I am just waiting on a few more of the hero shots to come through. Patience, I keep telling myself.
It would be rude not to share with you all a glimpse of what is to come - here are a couple of low-res detail shots that I got a couple days ago. Cheers.
Thanks dudes. Yeah, well, if there is one thing I have learned through this journey, it's that you should know when to outsourse certain work if you think you won't be able to do it yourself up to the standard you desire. Notice that little addition there - up to the standard you desire. There are many things I could have done on the bike by myself but they just wouldn't have looked or felt how it did in my head and I would have been disappointed - like upholstery and tank paint for example. One other great example was some decent photography. I just don't have the eye, the passion, or the interest to be honest. Better to either pay someone, or trade services with a mate (like I did ;D) that has the skills!redwillissuperman said:These pictures make me realize three things:
1. I suck at taking pictures
2. I suck at taking pictures
3. I suck at taking pictures