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Old 09-10-2021, 06:16 PM   #1
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Early Handlebar Choke holder.

Today I have been working on a 3D printed version of the early Monster choke holder when it was mounted there.
The part is no longer available I dont think and it is also a part that will not fit when handle bar raisers are installed as might happen when a fork conversion pushes the stanchion through the top yoke.

The first proto type seems to work well, and clamps nicely in place, but is bearing on the yoke nut chamfer rather than the head of the nut.

If this is successful, it should be able to be printed in any height, given the critical dimension between the u/s of the bar and the top of the yoke nut. And obviously in black

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Old 09-10-2021, 06:28 PM   #2
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Amazing technology
how is the bike running now
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Old 09-10-2021, 06:36 PM   #3
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Amazing technology
how is the bike running now
Havent run it anymore yet. Been out on the Laverda today, dropped in to see James's (ex Buzzer) Monster in Warwickshire. It was beautiful once the mist/fog lifted.
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I had a Chat with Alf of Alfs who is a Ducati expert,,, mentioned the dodgy pickups , he said he has seen a few over the years that measure 100ohms and look perfect but are toast ,, the symptoms Patrick and I are having are also common ,, no tickover on one cylinder or poor running above tickover , missfires , etc etc ,, so as Patrick has seemingly cured his 900 with one new pickup , it looks like I will be getting a single pickup this week for the 750 ,, ''when one has eliminated all the possible , the clearly only the impossible is the answer ''
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Ive just picked up the finished article from my mate who was printing it. "And it fits perfect" as Mr Millyard would say!
For reference this one is for a bar raised with 15mm of introduced spacers.
He will print others if anyone is interested for about 25. As he did it as a favour for me I dont feel I can ask him for the code.
But if you want to CAD it up yourself I can give you the critical dimensions



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