well its been on the shed floor for 4 yrs now and i have talked endlessly about what i am doing to any 1 that would politely listen to my rubish for any period of time.
there has always been: till i have my workshop, or the time and money exusses
but really i have to say its more just been that i really didnt know what i wanted the bike to become.
luckly i have being insired by some of the builds here and elsewhere,
im starting to really find bikes old and new built in a way that i really resept not just appreciate (Hysteria eg)
with the added bonus of good mates like russ to kick my arse and a great wife i had to start soner or later, the wifes bike is waiting for the lathe to have power so i can machine a steem and bushs non to soon a made a start
this is the bike befor i crashed at queensland raceway at not to far under the 120 mph mark at the end of the back stright
and this is after a few hrs in the shed and some dusty parts
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this is just a ruff mock up to check hight,angles and steering angle
the forks are to be zx14 so i just pushed the stocks up the clamp. ill have to recheck after the 14 forks are on as they run diff offset
changeing the trail and hight but where i like it to what i can buy for rear shocks its a bit steap in the forks at 24.4 and 3.8 ish trail not to far of that for a blade i could just change the front hight but like the lines at that angle, doh looks like ill have to work out how to machine offset steam to change it to a bit more lazy