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Worked on making a top tree.

Still such a long way to go.

 

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I wanna come work where you do! It appears that you have a lot more fancy toys than I get to play with where I'm at! lol

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Problem is...even with all the tools I still don't have the personal time to get things done for myself. I tend to over do some things and my ambitions get too big.

But still you would like the shop we have built up. From starting in the garage storage room to fully equipped production shop.

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Maybe we can all relocate and build at your place next year.

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cant wait to see this one finished

Yeah me too.

Not much time lately.

Hit it a small lick yesterday. Did some machine work on front end pieces.

I might have a day off this weekend.

But my girls are so starved for attention that I may not get much me time.

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First mock up of the pieces.

 

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The spring link rods are too long.

Gonna get some weight on it and adjust until the rockers are in the position I want.

 

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Not so easy to do in stainless steel.

Hopefully the spring rate is ok.

No real data to calculate it by.

Just scaling from the weight of the bike.

I do know how much my front weight is.

 

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Awsome frt end

Ditto that!! I hate you guys that make this chit look so easy....... not really, but you know what I mean :P

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Spent the afternoon mocking up the bottom end and marking then grind and file.

Cutting in more room to swing this 86mm crank.

Got it to clear the top of the case.

 

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Now to get it to clear the cam.

 

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The lobes clear the crank but the rods don't clear the cam base.

I have turned the base down but it still don't clear.

I am gonna hafta grind notches in time with the rods.

Got it mocked up and marked but stopped there and came home to watch tv.

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Blended in all those sharp edges.

 

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Grinding notches in the cam to clear the rod throws.

 

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A purty fair amount of work there. Won't that weaken the cam, though? Oh, uh, you need to send that set of forks to me so you don't hurt yourself with them... 'Em er nicunns....

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Yep a lot of work.

But.....

It was a LOT more work to get the 82 stroker in it the first time around.

This cutting I am doing now is on top where it has been cut before.

Except for the notches in the cam.

86mm stroke is stretching the limits to the extreme.

But as it started life in a 66 and 1300cc it has been stretched a lot to get to 2387cc with more than 4x the hp.

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Yup... That qualifies as a lot. I suppose you don't need a lot of clearance. Over 1000cc growth... Becha old Doc Porche never had a monster like that in mind when he designed that little engine.

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Mocking up assemblies again. Rods clear the cam now.

 

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Bloody hell!! I thought I had to do a bunch of grinding to clearance the 347" stroker I built! :brickwall:

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O yes indeed this case is cut all over the place.

Rods actually go out the cylinder window.

I don't see where any more stroke could go.

 

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