This year: tracker, tracker, alcantara and tracker.
I’ve put a bit of work in the space around the handle bar. I bought a fancy small speedometer, with analog RPM display, shift flash and basically all the needed control lights included. A small piece of sheet aluminum, which
I like to use the jig saw upside down in a parallel vice. That’s really handy for (almost) precise non straight cuts. The problem with smaller pieces was, that the window around the saw blade in the base plate is
The rear end is coming closer to its final shape. The rear fender is now connected to the seat and the indicators are sitting in a temporary 3d printed socked. Now I’m thinking about to get them printed in a more
Here’s a small tool for setting rivet nuts, made of junk (the tool, not the rivets…). Does the job for two or three rivets, only got to be careful not to pull too far.
Because I’d like to die with all my fingers on my hands, I made this clamp. It can be connected to the sled of the circular saw and it holds especially small pieces in position when cutting. It’s also good
After checking, double checking and checking again, I trusted my wiring harness enough to connect the batteries and test the starter. Worked fine. I also had sparks at all three spark plugs. But now, before I can run the engine
The electric for the XS750 is almost there. At least all the parts that are necessary to run the engine. After playing with the thought of using some fancy minimalistic push button solution at the handle bar and a micro
A scale for a parallel stop is something I’ve planned for a while now. Almost a year ago I bought this steel ruler for this purpose. But I was never really sure how to mount it. It’s got to be