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    I should have mentioned 15-20 PSI at idle is...

    I should have mentioned 15-20 PSI at idle is normal on when the oil is at operating temp, cold would be much higher. A oil filled gauge for pressure is what you want. Another couple things worth...
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    There's no way to verify what state the sludge...

    There's no way to verify what state the sludge trap is it is in without splitting the cases. You can add an oil pressure gauge in place of the oil pressure switch to monitor pressure at idle. A...
  3. There's also these type from MAP Cycle. I was...

    There's also these type from MAP Cycle. I was considering running one on my Triumph but they were out of stock for a while so went with something else but they are highly regarded and the filters are...
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    The kickstarter is most robust on these that that...

    The kickstarter is most robust on these that that quote gives credit for, there's plenty of kick-only CB choppers on the road. That being said, unless you are going to actually remove the starter,...
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    Bike is coming out great. I have a Honda 750 that...

    Bike is coming out great. I have a Honda 750 that was a similar color so I love this color you went with!
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    Preload is everything. Good choice on thicker oil...

    Preload is everything. Good choice on thicker oil as well. You're gonna love the Hagons.
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    If you like it, leave it alone. People are dumb...

    If you like it, leave it alone. People are dumb as fuck and think everything with a flat seat is a cafe. People used to think my CB750 was one too despite looking pretty stock. Most of those bikes in...
  8. No one is gonna take away a vintage car or...

    No one is gonna take away a vintage car or motorcycle because of new fossil fuel standards. Those vehicles aren't generally driven as much so it's hardly a concern I'd say. Manufacturers are going to...
  9. Yeah the votes for his opponent will be lower if...

    Yeah the votes for his opponent will be lower if they don't get counted. How else is a guy gonna win?
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    I love my OIF TR6! That dry clutch setup is wild....

    I love my OIF TR6! That dry clutch setup is wild. Kudos.
  11. I'd say the biggest difference here is that the...

    I'd say the biggest difference here is that the peaceful protests are happening with the intent to influence change within the system and Sturgis is happening strictly for the tourism income.
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    Like most people said already. You have took much...

    Like most people said already. You have took much air on both ends to ever tune it right. You're basically running big twin stuff on a much smaller motor.
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    YES!!! ZZ Chop is the best. I send people there...

    YES!!! ZZ Chop is the best. I send people there who are looking for inspiration all the time.
  14. +3 I live in Philly also and have never gotten a...

    +3 I live in Philly also and have never gotten a bike inspected. Even on cars 20+ years old, the "inspection" is just them taking a wheel off and looking at brake wear pretty much.
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    I'd suggest either going the Vermont registration...

    I'd suggest either going the Vermont registration route or slap an old plate on and ride dirty if that's your bag.
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    They certainly don't come with the big price tag...

    They certainly don't come with the big price tag that's for sure.
  17. The Steel Dragon airboxes are the way to go, had...

    The Steel Dragon airboxes are the way to go, had them on my CB for years until I sold it. The only advice I have is to devise a way to support the carbs to the frame on the back end since these carbs...
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    I know a lot of people get nervous about the 30"...

    I know a lot of people get nervous about the 30" seat height but it's never bothered me. My 1978 CB750 was the same way and 125 lbs heavier!!
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    My 1971 TR6R. Currently doing a full motor...

    My 1971 TR6R. Currently doing a full motor rebuild on this. Changed to a sparto tail light since this photo as well.

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    104626 That'll buff out.

    104626

    That'll buff out.
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    Triumphs up thru the late 70's generally have...

    Triumphs up thru the late 70's generally have Positive Earth (ground) to the frame. I know this backwards to almost everything else but it's how they did things.
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    Do yourself a favor and get a set of the early...

    Do yourself a favor and get a set of the early 70's Keihin carbs for your bike. Either the 657A or 657B stamped ones or "Round Tops" as people refer to them. They have the most available parts thru...
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    Brat Style is a shop in Japan. The style...

    Brat Style is a shop in Japan. The style originated in Japan as a means to chop bikes, but keeping the rear suspension intact because it's the law. They they can be more like a swingarm chopper and...
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    If I recall the GL1100 front end stays the same...

    If I recall the GL1100 front end stays the same from 77-1983 or 4. Its a 35mm front end with dual discs.
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    Shamless plug....

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