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Old 04-20-2020, 05:43 PM
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Following my adventures at Breaking Bad

Zinc Chloride realized, and 1st test on the screws which I took again in nine not being on the result that I was going to have.

and the parts (a part because I still have but seen the note of the bill, will have to heal it before) from Honda home, they ordered me 2 selectors, 80 the unit, multiply by two it raises the price and the error does not come from me, in short .. I will take it on the positive side that is to say that I would have a spare in case





and we do not laugh at my drawing, the first one who makes fun, I'm typing it : :laugh:



Go!!!



first test result
at the base she was rusty








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I improve on the manufacture of zinc chloride, there finally the metal dissolves







now stainless steel screws, obviously to avoid the chemical reaction between stainless steel and aluminum, I would mount everything with anti-seize grease.



the Clutch Basket is dead, I thought I could catch the marks made by the discs, but it had already been done several times if I stick to the little matter that remains in terms of reinforcements and deformation.
So bein as soon as possible, we change Clutch Basket and Inner Hub.
Even if the Inner Hub is catching up, considering the price that it costs I would not be pissed off



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Old 04-20-2020, 05:45 PM
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the new rear shock
Coming from a 250 crf 2008, which will take the place of the original one, very frail and without compression quick adjustment (and yes I need all the settings, professional deformation)
it will have to be restored and then it will pass obviously as on all the bikes I've had since 81, by the box preparation




Then I will sell the original front fork (redone completely or not, of course the price will not be the same) the fork clamps, the front wheel and the caliper assembly and front brake master cylinder, as I replaces everything with a set of 450 crf 2013.




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not too much time to work on the bike these last 2 days (I'm busy with suspensions from my clients)
so I just took care of cleaning the hoses, and disassemble everything on the cylinder for when it will go to nikasil.

and I continue my search for new parts, which makes me cry when I see the price of the baskets on the internet shops






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Old 04-20-2020, 05:46 PM
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little work of the evening and like an idiot I forget to make the water pump cover (1 hour of drying and 1 hour of baking)
No it's not Cerakote even if the picture of paint before the oven, lets think, I would love











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Metrology workshop.
Well, even if I'm going to send my cylinder in Nikasil or in Chemisage (I'm still tattooing, the thorough analysis of the state of the exhaust barrette will fix me on the fate of the cylinder) I still want to know where it is is, just to have a preview of the use of the bike, since the vilo is ok, the bearings too (but that I change) and the state of the gear-box ok, I am curious.




I started dismantling the rear wheel.
I turned off brake disc and sprocket (you know what? .. it was rusting ... grrrr) then I tried to see if I could unscrew the spokes and there too the rust took the above, so they will end up at the grinder, and for the rim of 18 "and well it will be able to help somebody even with a small" dish "since it will pass in 19"





You will have to find these parts.
the hoses made of aluminum and the new plugs, did you find plugs of substitution?

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Old 04-20-2020, 05:47 PM
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Me do not fu.ck me !!!!
it was necessary to use the great means, there are even rays which once cut away went away like bullets, so it was tense.
In short it remains the hub that will be either sanded, repainted in black, or repainted anodized red (if I put a black rim and I put my wheel before black hub of the 450)
For this rim of origin in very very bad condition, I give it if it can help someone, it has a light flat and a small crack and alumina all over the interior.













The hub once washed





someone would have it the compression cap for a shock absorber Showa 250 CRF in better condition than this one
Thank you


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Stripping hub + deburring of the traces of molding.
There is still some work but it's going to be pretty good.

by hand because having no sandblaster and having been rolled for crankcases, I do not have much choice.











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even if it does not interest many people, I continue to post a little more

Continued work on the hub between 2 suspension package receptions.
it goes slowly, I took several pictures to try to see better the rendering of smoothing traces of molding







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small package arrived tonight



I could not not open it to see it
it reminds me the time, no worries it's good quality

an assortment of photos because according to how is oriented the purpose of tel, it changes the color



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A little job of the morning before going to visit a house with suspension workshop.
So I disabused Mrs. Seat last night, the foam being a little deformed up against the tank because of the one that was badly mounted when I had the bike so I let the night that it takes a little shape and start this morning the implementation of the seat cover, as it's super easy on today's motorcycles with flat stools and flattening quite deformable, as I did not remember it was also boring at the time
So it is not fully stapled, the time that the cover gets in shape and relaxes a little to eliminate all the folds (one that resists in the hollow of the lift on the tank) it will be beautiful on the motorbike









Next step, the tank.
"" Will there be Sport "" (but I'm still quiet)
all the tricks are good to take









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I have not been here for some time, I will not put a text on each photo that I will posted below, but I have a little advance, but the bike is far from being reassembled





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