Josh continues to be hard at work.
Josh did a little Wiring Tech Update if anyone is interested!
Josh did a tech write-up about installing the rear sets,
He also has started on the wiring, moving forward, moving forward.
Hey, that thing is starting to look like a motorcycle!
That is going to be a beautiful machine. I hope it gives you many years of enjoyment.
Three years, huh? I guess patience really is a virtue...
Your bike should belong in a museum - it will definitely be a head turner!
If Steve Jobs were still around, he'd make a comment about the alternator connectors looking the way they do. Apparently the insides of his computers had to look just as sharp as the outside (even though most everyone couldn't pry them open!).
You've gone this far - how about spiffing up what's under the front chest?
K75s, R65LS, R60/5
Shane and Josh; I enjoyed the pic of Josh up on the bike with a big grin. Can imagine the look on his face when the bike fires up. Probably in a matter of days or weeks I'm guessing! We're getting closer to that Spring Month for riding round here!
93 R100R Legend
Josh and I are trying to think about everything, even the wiring tires, special order gray instead of black, hopefully our attenion to detail will show in the end.
Josh has made a vow that he is going to work on the bike every day, not matter how small of a job, he wants to do something with bike every day until complete, ordered some more small bits and some air filters this week, some emblems and gas lines. He is going to have custom made brake and gas lines made from the looks of it, he wants to make sure the measurements are perfect, stainless lins should be cool looking as well.
He found a video and wanted to share,