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I've seen it done on other forums where a guy will post progress pics of a project. Others follow along and give him words of encouragement. These encouraging words inspire him to get off his lazy ass, bundle up in his carhartt's, and bravely trundle over to his unheated shop space in the dead of an Ohio winter to work (and, dare I say, to dream)…

So here's what I got so far:

Mock up:

Mock up:

Frame stripped and ready for sandblasting:
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160 triple trees are also now off to have the 160 stem removed and pressed into a set of 350 trees. Thanks for the advice on that one.

Let me know what you think and call me gay if I stop posting updates.

Honda go sideways!

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watch out, Eric, JB will be there any moment!! the SL carbs are good for the 175, but the 160 . . . .
seat no. 2. What Monkey said about the brake. won't stop you from hitting a dear. (bwahahahahah)
seat no. 2. What Monkey said about the brake. won't stop you from hitting a dear. (bwahahahahah)
those tarozzis are HEAVY
Frank, are you getting my emails or are you ignoring me I have sent you 2.

inquiring minds need to know, aaron

which new bike kicks ass?

JB, you're anal. I like it Too bad we don't have a president of the US who is anal.
so why didn't you just leave the kicker off the shaft and bump start it and not worry about the little stub sticking out?
hmmmm maybe when you bolt up the cases something is binding in the crank bearings. hard to believe if oyu checked clearances on pistons etc that they would be the culprit.
Dr. branson?
ummmm the points should be "open" at the high end of the cam lobe . . . . you have it backwards . . .
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