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Re: The Dream Build
Nice, how does the subframe fit?

Subframe fits perfect as it should. There where only a few small things that needed tweaking with this frame especially considering it is the first one ever made. . I couldnít be happier how it turned out. Everything fits nice and tight as it should. This frame also uses a thicker wall tubing then was used on the Laeger, lone stars and any other of the frames that were produced and still only weighs in at 33 pounds. Isf did an amazing job on this frame. Few small things were added such as the Cr coil mount and the screw on holder for the rear brake lever. Isf also addressed the vertical bends at the exhaust port for the pipe to fit. Now the exhaust clears the frame with ease. Itís no wonder this wasnít thought of yeas ago instead of having to wrestle with a tight fit.

June 18, 2018, 05:02:49 AM
Re: The Dream Build So my shocks came in yesterday. Iím almost there. Still waiting on carb, exhaust flange, wheels & tires and my swinger from the shop from getting the bearings pressed in. I went With the Pep PB1 up front and the zps dual rate rear. These are really nice shocks. Didnít realize how much goes into setting them up the right way. Hopefully within the week I should have the rest of my parts and be ready to get this thing tuned and get going with it. Been a very long time with this build but it has all the parts I wanted and is right the first time round. I also had my seat covered with a gripper cover from fourwerx. Cbr Rad and RTC shrouds and handles levers are what I went with. Front end is on too just need to get the shocks put on today.  Coming out nice if I do say so myself.
July 07, 2018, 09:29:18 AM