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    I have a stripped down, hardtail cone shovel....

    I have a stripped down, hardtail cone shovel. Kick only, tin primary, basic wiring, no front fender, a wassel tank and so on. That thing weighs just under 490 pounds with all 2 gallons of gas in it.
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    I used a 2003 softail caliper on my hardtail....

    I used a 2003 softail caliper on my hardtail. What I did was just fit it on the axle in the frame and then made a L-shaped piece mimicing the anchor that is on the softail swingarms and welded it in...
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    You could even spice things up a bit and find a...

    You could even spice things up a bit and find a new rim and lace it up to the hub you already have..

    It can be a little mind boggling at first, but if you have a manual it's fairly straight...
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    30.000km comes to about 20.000 miles, not 60. So...

    30.000km comes to about 20.000 miles, not 60.
    So that's not too bad.

    Have you tried finding any fairly local guys that could give you a helping hand with the tasks that the guys above have...
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    I really like the Biltwell exfil 80. It’s well...

    I really like the Biltwell exfil 80. It’s well thought out, straps nicely to a sissy bar and you can easily strap a buch of stuff to it.
    Also the toolbag with the back pad is a neat detail.
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    S&S have a pretty good solution for jetting with...

    S&S have a pretty good solution for jetting with drag pipes they show in this vid of theirs.

    https://youtu.be/KjKUKhHQLHg?t=274

    But really you must give at least some basic info on what engine,...
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    Just sent you a PM.

    Just sent you a PM.
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    Well why not! Thanks! I am on the road for...

    Well why not! Thanks!

    I am on the road for work right now and am using the down time to go over what I need and plan what to buy first and such.
    I might even ask you to hone the cylinders for the...
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    Yeah I bought a ‘63 that had the engine blow in...

    Yeah I bought a ‘63 that had the engine blow in the nineties and they put a s&s alternator shovel in it.
    I stripped it down, plan is to sell that engine and take the bike back to a more original...
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    Thanks, appreciate it! Well I ain’t got mich of...

    Thanks, appreciate it!
    Well I ain’t got mich of a motor yet. Just a set of s&s generator cases. The 55-64 one.

    Those are big bore and I’ll probably go for 93”. But might go for 96”. But all that...
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    I will say that those cradles look alot more...

    I will say that those cradles look alot more sturdy than on the exploded view in their dealer manual.

    Then I suppose the lifters and all that will be evo stuff, right?
    From what I’ve read about...
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    S&S panhead rockers

    I've been looking online but can't really find an answer for this particular thing.

    On the panheads from s&s that have the shovel bolt pattern and they use on their P-series engines, apparantly...
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    That’s a good point. Had to clean the carb since...

    That’s a good point. Had to clean the carb since it hadn’t ran for close to ten years. I’ll take a video once it’s up and running again and post it for sale locally.

    Next up is to find a pan...
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    No, didn’t get the other engine with it. It was...

    No, didn’t get the other engine with it.
    It was picked up by a guy after it blew up, but he ain’t giving it up.

    Being able to use parts from this engine to build a pan sounds great, but...
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    S&S shovel vs. Pan flywheels

    Since I live overseas its a bit of a pain to call s&s up to ask the question. And they dont seem big on answering emails.

    But the thing is I just got a 63 that had the original engine blow up...
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    Someone might have been a bit liberal with...

    Someone might have been a bit liberal with loctite, so heat will loosen that up.
  17. ^^^ Fully agree. A Super E should suit it better....

    ^^^ Fully agree. A Super E should suit it better.

    Go by the suggested jet sizes and go from there. Jetting it by running the bike will get you close enough, unless you are planning on racing the...
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    With a hemi shaped head and the piston going...

    With a hemi shaped head and the piston going rather far into the domed shaped head and only one spark plug on one side, the flame has to travel over the piston to burn all the fuel in the chamber....
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    If it's built properly and in a good shape, I'd...

    If it's built properly and in a good shape, I'd say it's a good deal.
    Just look into the parts that go into building one and then add machining costs and then assuming you would have someone put it...
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    Man! Being brought home from the ward on a bike,...

    Man! Being brought home from the ward on a bike, wrapped in a jacket is quite something!
    And people are concerned that I take my two year old on short rides..
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    A cam can definetly have an effect on starting,...

    A cam can definetly have an effect on starting, but it still sounds like something else you are dealing with.
    That battery for one thing, like guys have said it should hold charge for a long time...
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    Sena rules

    Sena rules
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    A wild guess here, but pretty sure it depends on...

    A wild guess here, but pretty sure it depends on what state you're in.

    But also I'd suspect that manufacture fro scratch you would have to be registered as a manufacturer and that is usually...
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    Biltwell rules!

    Biltwell rules!
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    If you want to stay dodgy, why not just stamp...

    If you want to stay dodgy, why not just stamp some convenient numbers on the belly and use that as solid proof?
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