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    Gene, Funny you mentioned GK Machine. I was just getting ready to contact you. I just about have cad files ready to take to them. I had to make some changes to the front pivot plates to accomidate the round tube lower frame. I also just ordered my steering rack and parts so I can verify mounting dimensions for the rack plate.

    I'm trying.......
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    Looking good!

    I've got the same bender. My 1 1/4 x .095 also came out at +6 degrees springback, but keep in mind that will change with tube wall thickness - not just the die. Went the cheaper route and ordered a air/hydraulic cylinder that I'll custom fit.

    Look forward to more progress photos.

    Kasey
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    im bending .120 wall and it depends on what degree of bend i am doing, 90 degrees gets about 5 springback were 10-15 degree bend gets about 3 degrees. i like the air over but the price is out there, 400 bux just for the power team ram.... 8)
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    Just got back into town and on the way home I just picked up my engine. I got an '05 CBR 1000RR w/4000mi and all the goodies still attached!!! The motor looks brand new. No road grime baked on the underside or the header. $1,200.00!!! on ebay motors (local pickup 10min from my house) 8)

    I am gonna need some help re-configuring the wire harness when the time comes. Think I'll order the manual and a wire schematic.
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    Good score! That should do the job nicely. 8)
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    How do you guys find these motors on ebay?
    When i go on there all i can find is complete bikes.
    Someone please show me where to shop for just motors. :cry:
    Thank you.
    Looks awesome so far, looking forward to following the rest of the build.
    "Speed is time-time is speed"-Dennis Hopper

    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    ebay search: gsxr engine, honda engine, etc etc....


    here yo go, [url=http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?cgiurl=http%3A%2F%2Fcgi.ebay.com%2Fws%2 F&fkr=1&from=R8&satitle=gsxr+engine&category0=:1i1 dfryr]gsxr engine[/url:1i1dfryr]
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    I"m an idiot. :cry:
    Thanks bug.
    I tried motorcycle engine and got 0.

    Thanks again.
    "Speed is time-time is speed"-Dennis Hopper

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    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    I just start in motorcycle parts then type gsxr engine ect...
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    Well, I was able to get some more progress done on the car. The bottom frame is complete minus the front end (pivot/rack plates, waiting on them to be cut) and the motor mount. So I removed the BF from the table and laid out and framed the Upper section. The R82S is basically composed of 4 sections or layers. The Bottom, Lower(all webbing),Upper(mid level frame) and Top section. Next I'll replace the bottom frame on the table and position the upper frame over top and suspend with temp arms while I cut and install the webbing.
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