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    Higgy, where did you purchase that hose from?

    Looks good by the way!
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    Higgy let me look...I might have an areoquip fitting for -8 with a 1/8" pipe fitting. It was for a fuel gauge...

    Looks freaking amazing man!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bholzgen View Post
    Higgy, where did you purchase that hose from?

    Looks good by the way!
    I got everything from Summit http://www.summitracing.com/parts/spe-39706/overview/.
    Thanks Higgy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameltoe View Post
    Higgy let me look...I might have an areoquip fitting for -8 with a 1/8" pipe fitting. It was for a fuel gauge...

    Looks freaking amazing man!!
    Sam,
    I have a temp gauge its just to big to fit, there wouldn't be any room for the actual hose, LOL!! So I need a smaller Temp Gauge like the ESR one that I have on my LOBO. Yeah, I'm always open to ideas/options??
    Thanks Higgy

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    Could just use this and get 2 more AN fittings and use that gauge you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sameltoe View Post
    Could just use this and get 2 more AN fittings and use that gauge you have.
    Sam,
    I think that the fittings that I'm using are -12an for the 3/4 hose. So i don't know if that would work. I played hell getting my hoses on today, but they're on!!! I'm gonna post some pics next.
    Thanks Higgy

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    So I finally got my radiator hoses on, what a pain in the ass!!! Nothing on this bike goes togeher easily!! There's always an issue! I've been learning patience this whole build, lol! So I also got my killswitch mounted and my igniton wiring, coil and Cdi mounted up pretty cleanly. I think it will work. Link http://s979.photobucket.com/user/543...brary/LRD%2013





    Thanks Higgy

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    Is that the UPP intake Higgy? If so could you post some closer pics of it please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbone07 View Post
    Is that the UPP intake Higgy? If so could you post some closer pics of it please?

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    Yeah it is the UPP intake, I'll have to remeber to post more pics tonight buddy!
    Thanks Higgy

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    Coming along nicely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Higgy87trx425 View Post
    Whats up Dirtman? Yeah, I should have done my homework alittle better. It does however give me a good excuse to buy and new LED pipe, lol! Its already in the works! As for the tank mounts, I'm using the the stock tank mounts just turning them around backwards and bolting them up to the headstay mount. I'll post some pics of it soon. I think thats how its suppose to be mounted up??
    Thanks Higgy
    I added gas tank mounts to the frame. I would think the stock tank brackets will have to be modified or new ones fabed. On mine the seat pan to tank clearance was to tight so I slid my tank forward and seet back. You may want to check this before finalizing tank location. Also I lowered my rear plastic and raised the front plastic where they come together to get a clean line of alignment.
    It goes fast over bumps too!

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    I do see some differences in your frame compared to mine so who knows.....
    It goes fast over bumps too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt man View Post
    I added gas tank mounts to the frame. I would think the stock tank brackets will have to be modified or new ones fabed. On mine the seat pan to tank clearance was to tight so I slid my tank forward and seet back. You may want to check this before finalizing tank location. Also I lowered my rear plastic and raised the front plastic where they come together to get a clean line of alignment.
    I'm pretty sure that my tank will bolt up now! I'll post pics later on. However everything is a little tight. I've already had fitment issues with the plastic, tank and seat locations. As is the rear plastic and seat are super tight on the tank and the alignmnet of the plastic is a little off. I trimmed the plastic to fit better, but its still not perfect. I havent really changed any of the plastic mounting locations. I'm sure it would probably help though!! I'm curious to see the differences between your frame and mine??
    Thanks Higgy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt man View Post
    I added gas tank mounts to the frame. I would think the stock tank brackets will have to be modified or new ones fabed. On mine the seat pan to tank clearance was to tight so I slid my tank forward and seet back. You may want to check this before finalizing tank location. Also I lowered my rear plastic and raised the front plastic where they come together to get a clean line of alignment.
    Dirtman,
    So I've got some pics of the tank mounts. I got it to bolt up tonight!! Pain in the ass, but it will work!
    Heres a link to all the photos. http://s979.photobucket.com/user/543...brary/LRD%2014


    Thanks Higgy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbone07 View Post
    Is that the UPP intake Higgy? If so could you post some closer pics of it please?

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    Hey buddy,
    Here's some pics of the upp intake.



    Thanks Higgy

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    Alright more parts for the Chromer and for me to Polish up!!! I also have to get new Heim joints and a new bushing for one of my spindles. I should probably just do both now while they're apart!


    Thanks Higgy

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    Your build looks very good. I just purchased a new lrd frame and nerf bars and I will start mine in the near future. I'm not excited about all of the mods I get to do in order to use the frame but it will be good when it is done. Great pictures. Thanks

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    Looking good man, to many mods for the parts to fit the frame doesn't sound like much fun to me.
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    Ok so I don't want to be a downer but those head stays are quick to crack. I would seriously advise mounting the tank mounts to the headstay bolt holes on the outside of the frame. The added weight of the tank is not going to be good for the already undersized head stay. I reinforced my head stay and have had no issues since.
    It goes fast over bumps too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt man View Post
    Ok so I don't want to be a downer but those head stays are quick to crack. I would seriously advise mounting the tank mounts to the headstay bolt holes on the outside of the frame. The added weight of the tank is not going to be good for the already undersized head stay. I reinforced my head stay and have had no issues since.
    Dirtman,
    I like to see how yours is setup! It would be great if you could possibly snap a few photos for me????
    Thanks Higgy

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