At last

It’s been a while since the last update on this one…

And then all of a sudden it’s finished! All it was missing was the side cover, oil tank and the painted parts of the rear shock absorbers. A thing we’ve learned to do is to cut a little groove on top of the shock absorber as you can see in the pictures, that way you can keep the center from spinning when you’re attaching the painted covers. Just something as small as that will save you a lot of headache trying to hold the center still. Unlike the second red AS1 we didn’t forget to fix the fuel lines before rolling it off the bench.

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Continue

The bike is once again on the floor, but not until after a few more parts went on it. Both exhaust pipes on it are brand new and on top of that the wires and engine side panels have gone on it. Its place on the bench have temporarily been taken by the new AS2C while it’s being disassembled.

 

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Re-benched

The motorcycle is on the bench again, just not the same bench it was on earlier. A lot of the chromed parts have gone on it since the last update and the carburetors.

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Keep on moving

Work has continued on the AS2J even though it’s on the floor and it’s looking good! The handle on this one is a bit special, it’s an old custom handle used to reduce air resistance when driving.

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Floored

The second blue AS2J is of the bench to make room for the yellow AS3.

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