Thursday, January 30, 2014

C(R)110 footpegs

The start is there, first part of the brackets with clamps to hold the CR110 pegs like they are mounted originally. Some self made pegs made to fit. Shift lever will bolt directly to the motor and face backwards when ready.
Now to make the bottom part of the brackets and a brake cable holder.
But I allready like the looks.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

another day of casting

Today I had another casting session, and this is the result:

Some of these are for me, some are for sale.

takes a lot of time to replicate existing parts, where it should be made with a two-part mold...officially. Probably triples the amount of work, but still it is nice to look at a bunch of rare new parts that a year ago, I thought I'd never be able to find. And now i'm making them myself.

Monday, January 27, 2014

another picture day

A little while ago, I changed the rear tire on my SS50 motorcycle and took some pictures.

It now has a 120cc motor, that promisses to be very powerfull, only I haven't really got it up and running yet because of bad weather and ignition problems that should be fixed now.
Have been tinkering with the jetting on the CB750 carb, but today I found something in my local Honda moped shop that will change all that again:

Found this in a box of 2stroke carbs, an original cable operated 28mm carb, So as far as I know, this should be a rare CB750K0. Not 100% complete, but I have a lot of newer ones that I can steel some parts from. The other three weren't there sadly. But I just have to put this on my bike now, as I'm crazy about original rare Honda stuff.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

exhaust mount

Got the C110 project out again, and made me an exhaust bracket.

Goal is to get it looking like a complete bike for this years admissions day, because I might want to ride it in the "oldtimer" class

Monday, January 6, 2014


My new 2,25x17 bridgestone tires, just in from japan, thanks to masato
Mounted to my newly laced 17" wheels for my C110 streetbike, with 17x1.20 Morad shouldered alloy rims by Poelma.

They're not cheap, but I wanted a classic profile with good handling and in the original size. No inferior chinese rubber shaped like a tire.