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Mini gp1 (naked)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by bludragon, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. dhdude

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    sub'd! Interesting build! :toast:
     
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    That's a LOL build. :laugh: Never seen such a rig in my life. :p
     
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    is not common, follow you'll see that you will not regret: D
     
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    Yeah definitely following. :)
     
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    psu housing under the seat.

    the flange will go under the saddle welded:)

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    once cut I took measures for the screw holes then made ​​of or cutouts for gripping and for venting air.

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    more ....
     
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  6. bludragon

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    welded bracket under the seat:)

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    seen that the bracket would definitely held down the psu for its weight or decided to put a small flange imn the middle of the frame support under the psu

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    I would say that the hardware is over, now we begin the purely aesthetic.:)
     
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    An Italian doing something with a motorbike.
    This can't fail.

    Which reminds me, I have one of these pocket rockets in my shed.....
     
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    I like the build so far. I think it would be cool to set a Mid tower case beside the bike to give people a good idea of it's size. Maybe in the first post. What do you think?
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    thanks for the compliments, I have another for fun: Brindisi:
    thank you very much, I would say a good ide in the coming days I'll do a couple of pictures near a corsair 300r;)
     
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    I'm back ..... and spent quite a bit of time since the last update
    unfortunately lack the time, but now let's see what I went for in the last days:)

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    I have only stretched, but I give another aspect, more aggressive: Cool:
     
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    in these months of inactivity I spent a lot of ideas for the head as beautify the bike, one of these and the plate and here comes the phases of the development:)

    we always start from my beloved sheet: Laugh:
    I cut two squares from 80mm.

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    then one framework plex 70 mm thickness 8 mm.
    proceeds from one swarf regalto from weisses that the thank: Brindisi:

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    here is a beautiful satin ...

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    continue....
     
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    bludragon New Member

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    see what it looks like all together.:)

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    At this point I want to make you wonder how the plate!!

    but you have to wait to find out in the coming days: D


    goodbye:)
     
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    I'm not sure what the hell is happening but I'm subbed to find out. :D
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    I got a free cookie :cool:

    Nice build can't wait to see it finished :toast:
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Agreed. Definitely some impressive work here.
     
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    LOL, Ditto.
     
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    where were we??? to the plate to finish it:D
    the plaque will be illuminated.
    but illuminate what? a beautiful writing.
    here is the incision made on one of the two plates of iron! :cool:

    first of all held the plate or paper tape, then I put the carbon paper and in the end I put on the whole a beautiful writing.

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    written reproduced from the carbon paper:twitch:

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    and go to dremel!:)

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    first test against the light.:)

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    I hope you enjoy it.

    according to you and the best strip led or el wire? I really like this last but I'm afraid they do not do a lot of light:confused:
     

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