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Kpnuts

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Hi all here is the latest update on this kit, I had a couple of errors pointed out to me, one of them blindingly obvious the rear sprocket should be on the rear wheel so I've sorted that and of course the tank filler hole should be taped up to hide the bit you are supposed to attatch it to the bike with(not there on the real bike)


now I know the qverall size of the bike I am going to try and build one of those bike ramps you see in workshops nowadays.

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My jaw just hit the floor. This is amazing detail Ken. This is why you are the king in this arena. I'm going to have to dig out some of that cat5 cable and use that stuff too!
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Hardly the king of this arena but thanks for the compliment.
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Hardly? You most definitely are, my friend. Your knowledge of your subjects shows through with each build when it comes to motorcycles. You make them real in ways most people can not, so yeah Ken, you are the king here. Suck it up, buttercup, you are better than you admit.
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Kind of you to say, won't get much done this week getting ready for holls on Monday( Turkey ) a bit peed off since I just ordered 3 big car kits which should arrive in the next 2 days and I won't be able to start them.
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LOL. I know how you feel. I'm not having that problem right now, as I am a little overworked, but I know how you feel mate.
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Hi here is a small update on this

obviously these exhaust flanges would not have the lge locating flange on the back they would be a sliding fit over the down pipes and would pull the downpipes up by the flange on the downpipe, so they needed drilling out.

Made a rack for the exhausts

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Hi all did some work on the bike ramp for the garage

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This is really coming along impressively. Aside from the missing tools you wanted to add. This is looking like a real garage in all of its details.
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Hi all on the last leg with this one, the bike itself is nearly finished, I am attempting to scratch a compressor, which of course would then involve trying to scratch a 1/6 spraygun, still trying to make convincing socket set(you may notice I've made the socket wrench) definitley on the last leg though (may have to make some shelving for the stuff that's laying around on the floor, it looks a very messy workshop which would fail any health and hygiene inspection.






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Spectacular. Miss Garage still needs some proper boots, mate. That's a safety hazard lol!
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Hi all well the bikes finished now, still some more to do on the dio but deffo on the last leg.

 
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Hi all started on the compressor, and as you can see the mechanic is properly shod now.




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lol. I was going to report her to OSHA! Looking tip-top, Ken! Looks almost complete with that compressor going in now.
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