Not fair stochmonster... More bike envy happening here and in a big way! That looks awesome.Got my crankshaft back from Fox Performance today Potshot. Shipped it there back in late August for a simple Stage 2 polish,balance,and knife edge which costs $299. Pic 1 is what a finished Stage 2 crank should look like.
Gonna keep them and powdercoat them. I expected a bit more weight loss than what they give. Was surprised they were close to same weight as stock, so probably not as big an issue as I thought by stripping them.Ha, saw your pics on FB I figured you were on here too. What did you end up deciding to do with the rims?
Score! :yeah:I picked up a set of nice, rebuilt 916 forks on 900ss clamps (complete with Cycle Cat clip-ons).
Takes forever when you're sweating the details doesn't it. Pics if you would please Redpato,I'd like to see how "The Phoenix" turned out.Maybe another week's time and it should be complete. This has been a long slow repair.
Have you considered switching over to radial master cylinders? I think it might help the clearance and they work well. Used superbike (xx98/848) units can be had cheap. Maybe the fairing become an issue, they fit fine on my 93 with stock clip ons.Well I went to put the instrument cluster back on after fitting the new 0 rise clip-ons and noticed that now the brake and clutch master cylinder banjo fitting crash into the instruments before full lock - bummer!
Anybody lowered the standard instrument cluster by about 20 mm and how did you do it? Looks like I'll have to cut off the mounting brackets and lower them - double bummer!