Cleaned them up and then started to clean the disaster area that is my garage.
I love your posts, Its like a mini class in every one :clapping:
Or, "Welcome to Alaska" :rofl_200:
On a more serious note, I would relocate the tank. I'd hate to see a laydown turn into an inferno.
Any luck finding your dad's bike?
Shoot me some email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In my down time, Id like to keep looking.
8 months into the rebuild and I'm plumbing the fuel lines. Getting nearer to the finish line. I have enough parts to do another nitrous system, so...
It was a good game, I remember laughing my ass off in the junkyard when the alarms would go off and the next thing you see is the guy running away.
It gets old after a while. Southeast is pretty, but I'm more fond of the interior. I do miss living by the sea though. talk about fresh food.
You're going to love the train ride. it's a great trip. When you come back to go north, in the future, I'll be pretty much running by my town. May...
I finally got some free time, so a little more progress was made on the Beast.
Me too. I was hoping to have it finished by now. But slow and steady :biglaugh:
Its going to be interesting when it goes. :)
It's about 72" wheelbase.
Took a break to work on the Hilborn injection, then the shop gargoyle told me to get back to work on the supercharger. So a little more progress....
I would use my Vmax. It rides nice and smooth and I cut down my seat and replaced the cut out portion with some memory foam, so it's pretty...
I can't see any petcocks on the tank. I'm assuming the tank is still in its regular location and the electronics moved under the dummy tank....
Pulled the supercharger off the Beast. Putting the Hilborn indi-runners back on. Then I'm going to take the supercharger housing to the machine...
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