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  • babu
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    got an update I forgot to upload...

    I made a knurling tool from some scrap steel and reusing a zed brake rod i had cut up previously...

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    the tool worked well.

    The knurlled bit goes in the middle section of the handle bar and i have no idea of its function but I see it there in the photos so just replicating what I see.
    The original probably is done completely different but this is just me dreaming up one way of doing it...

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  • babu
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    Originally posted by davidl5419 View Post
    Hi Babu, dont stop building now, you are too good at it.
    I finally remembered my login and now look forward in catching up on what I have missed.
    You just cant get these builds off FB and i really miss them.
    Keep up the good work mate.
    Cheers Dave
    Thanks Dave,
    No idea why but i've started another project , monkey 125 side car lol...
    I have an urgent project for 1st quarter 2022 so hopefully will get back to this one prob start of Q3!

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  • davidl5419
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    Hi Babu, dont stop building now, you are too good at it.
    I finally remembered my login and now look forward in catching up on what I have missed.
    You just cant get these builds off FB and i really miss them.
    Keep up the good work mate.
    Cheers Dave

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  • raytriplej
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    Amazing work Babu, I am jealous of your skills.

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  • babu
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    Originally posted by OCDZ50J View Post
    Was wondering if this frame would be more suitable?? Not Mine by the way.
    Can't really see the frame from the pic and can't find the listing. looks like it has a cz/cub motor.

    Think I'm going to need to start the frame from scratch

    Originally posted by MattyP View Post
    Very good
    Cheers Matt! Any new projects?

    Originally posted by cubster View Post
    Hi Babu. Amazing work mate. I probably have the switch block you need with the horn button. Let me have a look tomorrow. Yours if i have it.
    Thanks cubster, if you have it would have some work

    Originally posted by Diggs View Post
    You progressing this one along quickly! Looking good!!!!
    went well then got busy and had to stop ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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  • OCDZ50J
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    Was wondering if this frame would be more suitable?? Not Mine by the way.

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  • OCDZ50J
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  • MattyP
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    Very good

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  • cubster
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    Hi Babu. Amazing work mate. I probably have the switch block you need with the horn button. Let me have a look tomorrow. Yours if i have it.

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  • Diggs
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    You progressing this one along quickly! Looking good!!!!

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  • babu
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    more bits...

    carburetor, genuine honda c110 sports, looks like it can be cleaned up nicely

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    throttle...

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    This looks as close as I can find to the ones in the z100 photos. All it needs is a hole for the horn.

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  • babu
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    headlight ears were supposed to be easy...

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    after 3 revisions ended up with these... don't believe I tried to bend 4mm thick steel as per above plan...

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    usual, a wood jig to hold everything in position and square hopefully if my table saw cuts straight.... I will be using an A/J1 headlight and they are 121mm apart. Also using a M front fender.

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    tacked everything in place to make sure everything lines up and it doesn't look too bad

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    Not a lot of gap between headlight bucket and bar middle section, especially when the knurled bit goes over the tube the headlight bucket will probably be butted against it.... that's how it looks in the photos so that's how it's going to be

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  • babu
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    look what i got, whoohoo...

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    also these foot pegs

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  • z nut
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    safety thongs are ok with tig!. i was wondering what you were going to do with the slide on fork braces, they would look great with very small tig welds .

    coming along great Thuc. you come up with some good info and tricks in the shed, iv'e still got the " M " forks build sizes you posted.

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  • babu
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    Originally posted by z nut View Post
    you've done a fare bit for a busy man Babu, the spatter from the arc will really piss you off after you use your tig....... its so nice not getting burnt and worrying about setting things on fire.
    yeah i should get my act together and try the tig... i did singed my foot when splatter dropped on it, should really stop wearing thongs in the shed when welding...

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