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I finished yesterday, very proud of the setup. It rides like a dream, and now I can sit back like I'm riding a lounge chair down the road. My mods this time included:

Body accent lighting
Pair removal and block off
7inch King Risers
Brake light pulser
Braided brake lines
Valve adjust/all fluids/filter etc.

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Tire Fuel tank Wheel Automotive lighting Vehicle

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I plan to ride it for quite a while before I take it down again. (At least that's what I say every time). Thanks for looking!
 

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Those risers are cool as hell, any info.?
I built them myself. I drew them on CAD and CNC machined them from 7075 aluminum. ...$170 of materials alone. It is a king chess piece profile. Took me 7 hours to polish them both, it isn't chromed 馃檪. I need to add a better close up pic. Allows for factory setup to be used, the only thing is extended wiring and lines. I'm not sure if there's a market for it or not, but I'm really considering it. Aluminum is just so expensive right now.
 

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I finished yesterday, very proud of the setup. It rides like a dream, and now I can sit back like I'm riding a lounge chair down the road. My mods this time included:

Body accent lighting
Pair removal and block off
7inch King Risers
Brake light pulser
Braided brake lines
Valve adjust/all fluids/filter etc.

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I plan to ride it for quite a while before I take it down again. (At least that's what I say every time). Thanks for looking!
the risers look like chess pieces, the queen
 

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the risers look li

the risers look like chess pieces, the queen
It is definitely a chess piece, modeled after a king. I thought the queen looked cool and it was my original model... But my friends all kept calling me a "queen".

Why can we call our bike a she, but it can't have female parts? Whatever, vehicle gender and social stigmas are confusing 馃槅
 

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Nice risers. Too tall for my taste, but I appreciate the design and machining from a fellow ex machinist and current engineer. Yes, every metal is expensive right now. I'm trying to get quotes for a 110" diameter tool I need to make for work, if I do it from 1 piece the raw matl is $80,000!

What software do you use? For home stuff I use Fusion360. I 3d print stuff at home for my vehicles. Various brackets, covers, etc.
 
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Nice risers. Too tall for my taste, but I appreciate the design and machining from a fellow ex machinist and current engineer. Yes, every metal is expensive right now. I'm trying to get quotes for a 110" diameter tool I need to make for work, if I do it from 1 piece the raw matl is $80,000!

What software do you use? For home stuff I use Fusion360. I 3d print stuff at home for my vehicles. Various brackets, covers, etc.
Wow that's a high scrap price... Good luck! I use SOLIDWORKS, but I've tried 360 at home too, I just don't want to relearn another. I'm good with NX too, but don't have it. Part was programmed with Mazatrol.

That's what I do for work, I'm an additive manufacturing engineer. I also have 2 printers at home. Such a fun industry.
 

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Wow that's a high scrap price... Good luck! I use SOLIDWORKS, but I've tried 360 at home too, I just don't want to relearn another. I'm good with NX too, but don't have it. Part was programmed with Mazatrol.

That's what I do for work, I'm an additive manufacturing engineer. I also have 2 printers at home. Such a fun industry.
Right on! Yeah we have a huge additive department. Laser welding too. I was the manufacturing engineer for our laser department (cladding too) then switched roles to Tool Design which I really dig.

I miss NX. By far my favorite software. Using CREO at work now. It's... special.
 
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