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  • #16
    Oh no not another sport bike maniac!

    This winter,if i have time,i'd like to make this frame for my Guzzi,Frank

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Checkered Flag View Post
      I'm into sport motorcycles..

      And yourself?
      That would be cool. I love to rip it hard on about anything.
      But as I sit here in front of my computer with my doctor telling me for the 5th week now I cannot lift anything with my right arm...maybe I need to chill.
      Maybe that little light bulb came on a bit late now (ie... I'm a dumb@$$)

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Frank Motoweld View Post
        This winter,if i have time,i'd like to make this frame for my Guzzi,Frank

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        That could be a fun project, 4130 correct?

        One question though, why run the brake bar to the frame instead of the swingarm, a more positive feel through the chasis?
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        • #19
          Parallelogramo!

          Originally posted by Checkered Flag View Post
          That could be a fun project, 4130 correct?

          One question though, why run the brake bar to the frame instead of the swingarm, a more positive feel through the chasis?
          The bar you see does not run from the brake but from the diff.Moto Guzzi are shaft driven,and by having a floating diff gearcase with a torque bar parallel to the swingarm back to the frame,you cancel out any torque reaction.Actually by moving the mounting point up or down at the frame end of the torque bar,you can dial in how much squat there will be under acceleration.Or you can have it completely neutral.Obviously the out in the open drive shaft has a "u" joint at each end to comply.The thing for me is to find a frame jig that wont kill my budget.Check out the rising rate rear shock linkage,get that one wrong and it'll handle like a bag of sh!t on bumpy corners!Here is a picture of a different parallelogramo swingarm kit i have now.
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          Last edited by Frank Motoweld; 10-12-2009, 08:06 PM.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Checkered Flag View Post
            $1300 OTD
            you SUCK!!!!!!!!!!
            Like when FusionKing got his Dynasty 700.........

            congrats!!!!! Nice to see some people hear get great deals
            I'm not late...
            I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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            • #21
              good Idea on putting the saw on some weeles

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