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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 08:57 AM
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New handlebars mockup. Speedo will be a part of the air intake cover.. Speedo relocation pix comming next weekend.

I asked the guy at Cannella cycles if he would build a riser like he did for the bars. I called to see if he would build a riser for the headlight. 1) In my opinion, when you raise the bars, should raise the headlight. 2) It also makes the forks appear longer(hence, more chopperlike).
He said it was a good idea and would look into it.
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I asked the guy at Cannella cycles if he would build a riser like he did for the bars. I called to see if he would build a riser for the headlight. 1) In my opinion, when you raise the bars, should raise the headlight. 2) It also makes the forks appear longer(hence, more chopperlike).
He said it was a good idea and would look into it.
Not sure if I want my headlight any higher... But I'll check it out.
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Nice.. Evo... Very nice! I look forward to hear how she handles when you getter back on the road... by the way what ever come of that Hornet/ dirt dobber nest air cleaner adapter project.... I'm just glad you were able to remove it from the bike without burning it off.. Lol! keep up the work my friend she's looking good!
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Nice.. Evo... Very nice! I look forward to hear how she handles when you getter back on the road... by the way what ever come of that Hornet/ dirt dobber nest air cleaner adapter project.... I'm just glad you were able to remove it from the bike without burning it off.. Lol! keep up the work my friend she's looking good!
The air cleaner cover is still in the plans. Going to have to postpone it as the factory speedo will be a part of it for now (until I get budget for the new speedo)
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I love that look ever since highway hawk put them on display. Curse my mutant short arms!
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I love that look ever since highway hawk put them on display. Curse my mutant short arms!
Funny that the handlebars are not for sale on their site.
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Throttle Grip Roller Bearing

Since I'm replacing the handlebars with the handlebars made for Harley I think I should also add the Throttle Grip Roller Bearing... It's only $24 and it "should" make the throttle operation a lot smother and remove the rattle noise from the aftermarket billet aluminum throttle grip (all with aftermarket aluminum grips knows what I'm talking about)

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Or internal throttle...

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Or internal throttle...
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Internal throttle uses only one cable. I don't think it's a good idea LOL
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