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    Default Panshovel project

    Hi again, new year new project. I sold my 73 swingarm shovel this fall and bought 2,5 bikes, i keept the good shit, sold the rest and bought some more nice stuff and this is where i stand today after roughly 4 months of grind.
    Cases are House of Horsepower casted -78, top end is a set of massaged early shovelheads not pictured, Andrews A grind cam and Rivera (hydraulic) race lifters. Pipes are yet to be manufactured......

    For more pictures, go visit @madmagnus on instagram (everything is documented)









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    very nice, Love the paint and front end , She sits very nice..
    Careful with the short reach heads, Time cert them while there out if there in question

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    I was sad the other one disappeared so quick but I've been watching the progress on this one. Waiting for the start-up video...

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    perfect chopper man

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    Very cool.

    Details on the front wheel setup? I am eyeing something similar, is that a 36-hole cb350 hub?

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    damn! that'll be a nice ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davestune View Post
    very nice, Love the paint and front end , She sits very nice..
    Careful with the short reach heads, Time cert them while there out if there in question
    Thank you, they are already helicoiled by some previous owner, seems solid.

    Quote Originally Posted by boomboomthump View Post
    I was sad the other one disappeared so quick but I've been watching the progress on this one. Waiting for the start-up video...
    I would have loved to keep my old bike but i needed the money for this build. Old Harleys are expensive in my part of the world. If your lucky i might remember to get the startup on video.
    Last edited by madmagnus; 01-22-2016 at 11:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericthebeard View Post
    Very cool.

    Details on the front wheel setup? I am eyeing something similar, is that a 36-hole cb350 hub?
    the front wheel was built by the previous owner and came with the bike when i bought it, it's supposed to be from a Yamaha 250 something. It's one of the few things left from the bike i brought home.
    Last edited by madmagnus; 01-22-2016 at 11:07 AM.

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    Details on the front wheel setup? I am eyeing something similar, is that a 36-hole cb350 hub?
    looks EXACTLY like the cb/sl 350 hub that i have on my triumph.

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    looks very cool!! best of luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by image1 View Post
    looks EXACTLY like the cb/sl 350 hub that i have on my triumph.
    After some Google investigation i think you might be right, I was told it was Yamaha from the guy i bought it from and thought no more about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlandberg View Post
    looks very cool!! best of luck.
    Thank you!

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    I have no opinion on the Yamaha vs CB discussion but looks can be deceiving...

    At first glance, one would bet his life this is a Harley hub, right?



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    Either way I giggit. I'm balls deep in drum hub research right now for my build, looking for the right twin-leading-shoe setup to graft to my project. Trying to get decent stopping power without battling the demand from the vintage race scene...

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomboomthump View Post
    I have no opinion on the Yamaha vs CB discussion but looks can be deceiving...

    At first glance, one would bet his life this is a Harley hub, right?


    Sure looks Harley but i wouldn't bet anything on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericthebeard View Post
    Either way I giggit. I'm balls deep in drum hub research right now for my build, looking for the right twin-leading-shoe setup to graft to my project. Trying to get decent stopping power without battling the demand from the vintage race scene...
    There is no way i would ride a foot clutch and no front brake, my balls are just to small.

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    When i bought this bike it had a rebuilt 77 cone shovel powerplant. nothing wrong with that but i really wanted a Pan or earlyshovel. Finally i found a Panshovel motor for sale here in Sweden.
    Tore it down at arrival just to check status, turned out to be a good choise. Scavenge side if oilpump was missing a key so crankcase were flooded. lots of chips inside camchest that probably originated from the breather. cases was also mismatched, left case had been replaced with an aftermarket one and right side had been welded after generator ear broke.

    I Sold the old cases and bought this set of House of Horsepower cases on Ebay insted, If numbers are correct it was casted 78 and are almost as new.
    Replaced all case bearings and mounted a S&S breather but reused the rest of the internals.
    Crank is a stock Pan, Andrews A grind cam, Hydraulic Rivera race lifters, Wiseco 9:1 Pistons and ported shovelheads.
    I hope this will make a reliable engine with a little more hp when needed.






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    Beautiful engine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlandberg View Post
    Beautiful engine!
    I agree, The most beautiful part is the OG Knuckle cam cover, Im i love with it for real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmagnus View Post
    I agree, The most beautiful part is the OG Knuckle cam cover, Im i love with it for real.
    Yes it looks so good with that cam cover, same for me i can go out to my shop and just sit and look at my pan engine for hours and take a beer or two thats relaxing!

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