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Old June 10th, 2022, 08:48 PM   #121
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More custom parts.
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My buddy from Mullaney Cycle Works is cutting some custom triple tree tops.
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Mike was the chassis fabricator for Vance and Hines. He built all the team bikes. Now he has done the bikes for Bostick, Phillips and Oehler. He does grudge, pro mods and more.
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We may offer some of these custom pieces to others if the interest is there.
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Old June 16th, 2022, 06:37 PM   #122
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So changes were made to make the clamping bolts on the bottom. For anyone who has converted to clip ons they will know why.
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Old June 19th, 2022, 06:08 PM   #123
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Fabricated the fairing support cage.
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Old June 25th, 2022, 02:26 PM   #124
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Aloha,
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So we had a little guest checking out what we were up to. A Gecko, 'NOT' to be confused with the one on TV.
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Till next time ALooooooHA 🤙🏽
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Old November 13th, 2022, 09:02 PM   #125
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*** ALoooooHA ***
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How are yall doin?
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Just got back to button things up.
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We just got through with the exhaust tip.
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Old November 13th, 2022, 09:03 PM   #126
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*** Mahalo WWB ***
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World Wide Bearings are simply the finest bearings in the world.
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The WWB Hybrid Ceramic bearings provide weight savings of up to 60% verses OEM which equals pounds when you add it all up, less friction and rotating mass is lessened where it counts the most.
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World Wide Bearings, when only the 'BEST' will do.
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Old November 13th, 2022, 09:07 PM   #127
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Trying to button things up by December as I have been busy in politics. The hard work paid off as I will now be the Office Manager / Chief of Staff for a legislator.
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So hopefully there will be swift progress on this build and a dump load of updates before the Motortrend airings in Q1 of 2023.
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As winter approaches for many of you on the BIG rock Happy Holidays will soon be upon us.
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So till next time, ALooooHA, Book UM Danno.
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Old December 27th, 2022, 03:07 PM   #130
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Mahalo to Ducatiman for getting my carbs sorted out. Will be sending him my dragbike carbs that i will be using on another build.
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Hauoil Makahiki Hou and a prosperous and healthy 2023 to y'all.
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Old December 27th, 2022, 06:57 PM   #131
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Old February 4th, 2023, 11:51 PM   #133
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*** ALooooooHA ***
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So as more parts trickle in here is one upgrade that is a must.
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2 vs 4 pistons.
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Till next time MAhaaaaaaLO and Book Um Dano
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Old February 18th, 2023, 11:51 AM   #134
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ALooooHA
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So got a little more work done and parts coming in.
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Definitely titanium.
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Book UM Danno, Speed Safely
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Four pistons of a given diameter acting directly against the disk exert the same clamping force as two pistons of that same diameter, acting against the disk and the other pad, like the stock calipers.
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Four pistons of a given diameter acting directly against the disk exert the same clamping force as two pistons of that same diameter, acting against the disk and the other pad, like the stock calipers.
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You build things the way you do and I will do my builds.
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Apparently you have not followed the build and only saw this latest post.
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Old March 26th, 2023, 10:26 AM   #137
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ALoooooHA,
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So the motor was in rough shape aesthetically.
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So I steam pressure washed, prepped and masked.
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Old March 26th, 2023, 10:28 AM   #139
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Then applied some hi-temp engine paint.
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Every nut, bolt or fastener will be an AN, titanium or converted to aluminum bolt or nut.
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Nearly $2,000 in titanium or aluminum nuts and bolts. Axles, swingarm pivot, motor mounts will ALL be titanium or custom made 7075 billet.
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A 415 conversion.
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All of this will reduce the weight by another 13 pounds.
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Custom lines to add in an oil cooler.
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So till next time.
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Book UM Danno . . . ALooooooooHA
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ALoooooHA,
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So been racking up the titanium bolts count. The weight differential is significant.
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And it adds up when you are changing out every nut or bolt for weight savings.
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When i began racing in 1985 if u told me that i would have a case of titanium fasteners i would have 🤣😂😂 because back in those days it was Un-Obtanium due to costs and unavailability.
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The CASE weighs more.
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So till next time keep it off the street and 'Speed Safely' ALoooooHA, Book UM Danno.
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Mahalo to Ducatiman for getting my carbs sorted out. Will be sending him my dragbike carbs that i will be using on another build.
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Hauoil Makahiki Hou and a prosperous and healthy 2023 to y'all.
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On the silencer, is it hi temp paint or an industrial coating?
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On the silencer, is it hi temp paint or an industrial coating?
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Which one?
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ALoooooHA . . .
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So some work has been done.
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Got back the carb pieces from powder coat.
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Mahalo to Ducatiman for getting my carbs sorted out. Will be sending him my dragbike carbs that i will be using on another build.
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Hauoil Makahiki Hou and a prosperous and healthy 2023 to y'all.
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The one in the picture on this post.
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When i began racing in 1985 if u told me that i would have a case of titanium fasteners i would have ������ because back in those days it was Un-Obtanium due to costs and unavailability.
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The CASE weighs more.
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So till next time keep it off the street and 'Speed Safely' ALoooooHA, Book UM Danno.
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heh, heh... back then, primary consumer of Titanium in U.S. was military. Products were made with mil-spec certifications* needed, so costs was exorbitant. Meanwhile, in USSR, anyone can walk into hardware store and buy Titanium shovels and fasteners!!! It's one of most abundant ores on planet! Although most of it is used to make white paint pigment.

I was managing bicycle-shoppe back then and was quite excited about relaxation of Cold War and many military suppliers branched out to private-sector with their titanium products. Suddenly titanium bike frames because much more reasonably priced!


* While at university in Santa Barbara, I was involved with firm contracted to provide picnic benches to Vandenberg AFB. They were to be deployed on hillside to watch missile launches, so had to be tested and certified for:

- altitude
- weather-resistance: sun-exposure, fog/dew, rain
- longevity: materials, prep and coatings guaranteed for 20-yr lifespan

In end each bench was billed at $45K apiece! They were off-the-shelf items from local home-improvement centre. But due to all testing and certifications involved: atmospheric chambers had to be built, jigs, numerous instrumentation and datalogging equipment, it drove amoritised price per item through roof! And to cover costs of 20-yr warranty.
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Project coming along nicely!!


heh, heh... back then, primary consumer of Titanium in U.S. was military. Products were made with mil-spec certifications* needed, so costs was exorbitant. Meanwhile, in USSR, anyone can walk into hardware store and buy Titanium shovels and fasteners!!! It's one of most abundant ores on planet! Although most of it is used to make white paint pigment.

I was managing bicycle-shoppe back then and was quite excited about relaxation of Cold War and many military suppliers branched out to private-sector with their titanium products. Suddenly titanium bike frames because much more reasonably priced!


* While at university in Santa Barbara, I was involved with firm contracted to provide picnic benches to Vandenberg AFB. They were to be deployed on hillside to watch missile launches, so had to be tested and certified for:

- altitude
- weather-resistance: sun-exposure, fog/dew, rain
- longevity: materials, prep and coatings guaranteed for 20-yr lifespan

In end each bench was billed at $45K apiece! They were off-the-shelf items from local home-improvement centre. But due to all testing and certifications involved: atmospheric chambers had to be built, jigs, numerous instrumentation and datalogging equipment, it drove amoritised price per item through roof! And to cover costs of 20-yr warranty.
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ALooooHA my friend, so glad you are still around. Yes on Ti- we called it Un-obtanium back in the day AND you had to re do the thread pitch to match so it meant going bigger.
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The one in the picture on this post.
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In that pic it wasn't any coating or paint. We just got it back from the welder where he helped to take care of the flaws.

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Soooo . . .
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Weight is key on a bike. When you can shave 60% of the weight vs OEM times 120 nuts and bolts that is where things will pay off. Thus the word PAY cause it ain't cheap.
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Every nut or bolt has been converted. Even on the carbs and with clear float bowls.
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And here are the carbs thanks to Ducatiman.
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More powder coated pieces and reassembling the motor.
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ALooooHA
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We been slowly getting back parts and pieces.
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Here are the rearsets, reservoir delete, the coated megaphone and every nut and bolt is titanium or custom billet aluminum.
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Everything was shortened and customized to all lineup for that MotoGP look.
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Good to know. Sometimes bearings are where someone decided to save money.
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Good to know. Sometimes bearings are where someone decided to save money.
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Its amazing how smooth they are. You can feel / see it when you just spin it by hand and it just keeps going and going.
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The mock up of the motor. Every nut or bolt is aluminum or titanium.
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More pics of the motor coming back together.
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The clear float bowls from Japan and every bolt has been changed out to an aluminum bolt.
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