That's really nice! I have two complete H1 engines, one stock, one hopped, and a bunch parts from other engines, and I have a set of pipes. I looked at the H1 I took the stock engine out of (was going to put it in the sidecar), and I hate the frame. The top head stay T's halfway to the downtubes. IOW, two bent tubes are responsible to handle the twist between the front wheel and the rear wheel. Rob sent me the mods to "fix" this, which I had kind of figured out anyways, and they add a lot of weight to an already heavy machine. I do like their looks, though, but the R5 project seems viable and I'll get after it in a year or so. I'm going with period suspension because I like bikes complete from an era. If I want modern, well. Doug
How many h1s do you have and are you on Tomcats board? I have 4 plus one bare 1971 frame. IF you are close I'd say come over and take a look at the fzr600 and 400 suspension I have on one of my h1's makes a stock frame handle much better.
Never dealt with eddie but the folks on tomcat's board might have.
BTW I have a friend (Jeff on tomcats board and the suzi two stroke board) who has a n h1 in an s3 frame, the bike screams and the h1 motor is stock. It would pull away from my cb750 like I was standing still. Thing probably only weighs 300 lbs.
This will probably get you thinking: