jonescg wrote: Hi All,
Well today I finished up the fairings to the point where they are self-supporting. Everything is in place so I can make a list of things to put finishing touches. This is the bike as she stands now:
This is how I'm holding the fairings on at the moment. I'll get some more correctly sized bolts later on.
I'm most happy about the way I got the carbon mudguard to go on. I want to eventually remove the anti-dive units since they don't do anything. This would alow for the thing to be fixed with a bolt at the base.
Lots of room for batteries in there. It'll be tight but I think we're OK.
This is the front fairing bracket. Pretty agricultural, but it works. I need to put another bolt and strap of steel out to the fairings to steady side-to-side movement. There are also some spacers which point out from the fairings where folks would normally attach an Oggyknob. I can extend these and put a bolt in there too. Then it's not going anywhere
I also need to find room for the cycle-analyst computer and speedo / tacho / battery management signals etc.
Yep - you can slide the bar down and tighten the crap out of the pinchbolt It could be a bit neater, but it worked.
Looking good Bring on the batteries!!!!!
Good to see things moving along buddy, i meant to ask to regarding the throttle (grips) or more the anodised alumnium ends, these came with the throttle assembly did they or were they an extra items? I recall you said they were from Movement systems? I been there a few times myself theres a pic of my trike on their picture wall haha...
p.s... cool hair, but im biased i have hair down the middle of my back to hahaa