Even more air and a wheel

Work charges on on the yellow AS3, this time it was the carburetors and the front wheel that got fixed. You can never have enough engine grease when assembling things with cogs, just makes everything so much easier.

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Fuel and air

Work on the yellow AS3 has continued, it’s starting to look like something now. The rear fender and light has gone on without a hitch as well as the rear wheel. The oil pump and side cover has also gone on it. On top of that the air box is in place. The pictures show […]

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Electrical feet

Another big update today, everything from the foot rest and brake to the electricals. All the pictures are in the actual order I did the things. A nice tip when assembling things like the foot rest, attaching the engine and other parts of the frame is to use a regular Phillips screwdriver as a temporary […]

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Wheelie

The time has come to fix the wheels, part of the back wheel has been assembled and the front wheel is on although only temporarily to reduce the strain on the frame. It’s important to remember to place the rubber damper for the tank early, it’s next to impossible to get it placed right later […]

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Working

The frame is fixed and work has started. When assembling the cylinders there are a few things to remember; The arrow on the pistons has to point towards the exhaust pipes. When you place the circlip in the pistons, place the one towards the center of the engine first, it’s next to impossible otherwise. When […]

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