If you are in London or need an excuse to come to London then you should come down to this and see the amazing bike that Barons Speed Shop made for this years Bonneville Bike week. They managed to set a world record in their class of 112mph. Not a bad feat on their first attempt.
14th November @ the Edwin Store in Shoreditchwww.baronspeedshop.com
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I have been thinking about this for a while and almost have got it all in place. Welded a post in that the cable adjuster sits in so it lines up with the pull arm and it all looks like it should work fine. I did realise that I need to cut a slot in the post so that I can get the cable out once the nipple is soldered on but some precision hacksawing should sort that out before the whole thing comes apart again to be painted.
I managed to get the Honda put together for the Bike Shed show over the weekend.
The bike was lowered 3 inches front and back
Chrome fork covers to beef up the front
Custom wiring loom and battery box
frame clean up
almost full nut and bolt replacement on engine
full engine rebuild with new rings, seals, and sonic cleaned and blasted cases and pistons
Barons Speed Shop 5″ Ribbed rear fender
Mikuni VM32 Carbs
Fork legs de-seamed, turned down and polished with help from Zeus Customs
Reserve cable operated master cylinder under tank
More pictures to follow.
Wheels have come back from Hagons looking amazing. Also bought a bunch of new bits and pieces from cmsml so the rear end is going to look pretty sweet.