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    No longer confined indoors:





    Handlebars are temporary, 26" MTB, necessary to navigate through doors and hallway.

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    Lookin' good man!

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    Oil tank fits, and handlebar is comfortable:







    Kraft Tech K90076 Oil Tank, center fill / Handlebar OEM HD #56102-99.

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    Too hot to work in my shop, finished for the afternoon:


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    Controls connected, VOES installed (S&S anti-knock system), lambda (o2) sensor ports plugged in header, exhaust header temporarily installed:



    Exhaust header (Dragos Dragula 3-step) is ceramic coated inside and out, (not chrome) black heat shields will cover header for an all black exhaust system.

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    Looking rad

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    Small fan keeps my work area cool:


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    Exhaust system... Dragos Dragula 3-step pipes/header, heat shields, and muffler:


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    Battery installed, oil lines installed, engine oil, transmission lube... Starter test, bendix engages and disengages properly, starter spins engine, oil pump primed, oil flowing through engine.



    These are the lines of this scoot... little will change as the project is completed.

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    7 July 2015... first start for S&S V111 Evo engine:


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    That sounds great

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    Close to first ride... chain installed:



    Use correct tool when installing riveted master link:



    D.I.D. 530VX Gold/Black X-Ring chain.

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    nice build, that plate will get you pulled in florida, esp Daytona area

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinginrods View Post
    nice build, that plate will get you pulled in florida, esp Daytona area
    Thanks for the heads up... a little flat black should take care of it.

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    GMA 4-piston rear brake operational... bleeder valve was defective, temporarily replaced with plug. D.O.T. 5 silicone brake fluid used, Galfer D520R stainless rear brake line.


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    Softail Bobber isn't finished... couldn't wait on first ride.


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    Scoot is back on the lift... preliminary break-in complete, oil/filter change, cleaned tappet oil screen. Now to shorten excess wire length, work towards completing build, decide what needs to be changed.


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    Installed standard length (24-1/4") FXST fork tubes and rubber gaiters. Needed to increase corner clearance... dragging Jiffy Stand in left hand corners. Liked the low, short-bike look, but longer forks provide more clearance in corners.


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    Finally decided on a front fender... vulcanworks.net #4531:


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    Rattle-can Satin Black over rattle-can self-etching primer... utility paint for a utility build.


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