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Where do you source your sprocket from? I have a set of Chicanes without a Cush drive that I could use a sprocket for.

Thanks.

Later, Doug


Sprocket Specialists.


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Baby steps.








 

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Another box of parts showed up in the mail.

 

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I swapped the shock out today. This is for a couple reasons but mainly because I want this bike to be very period correct.

 

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Because I’m not using stock rear sets or a pair that utilize the stock geometry I need to use a different shifter rod. In this case I’m using a titanium rod and (for now) one titanium lock nut. As soon as I can find the left hand threaded nut in titanium I’ll replace it.





And I’m using a titanium bolt on this as well.



I’ll pull it all back apart next week to drill the bolt and repaint the black on the shifter and clean it all up. Today was for fitting everything.
 

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Love it when the ti is pre drilled for safety wire.
Me too. Unfortunately I’ve drilled most of the bolts on this build.


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A little motivation for Monday. I’ve always loved these two pictures of this ZX7RR Superbike. They give me inspiration for what I want to achieve.




 
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