my nc30 ns400 project

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mikeb
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my nc30 ns400 project

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my nc30 ns400 project is starting to come together now
the engine is now fitted, everything fits up nice and snug ,carbs, rgv250rad ,
engine has rebuilt crank , new seals and bearings all round , new clutch and heavy duty springs , the barrels and pistons are next to do
the electrics are gonna be all rgv250
the bodywork is from tyga performance and fits perfect
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mikeb
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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a couple of pics of the tyga fairing
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VERY NICE . GOOD WORK :wink:

Mark
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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Looks like it's really starting to come together.

Keep us posted
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fredie
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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did you make the engine mount brackets. where can i get them from :?:

mikeb
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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yes i made the engine brackets, they were made to suit the frame after the original lugs were cut away

fredie
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can you make some please :wink:

mikeb
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bit of an update on the progress, finally got round to fitting the shepherd pipes
spent hrs cutting and fitting to get them to fit nice ,nearly finished the tacking on the bottom pipes
the top pipe is ready for tig welding
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mikeb
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couple more pics :D
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mikeb
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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shepherd pipes now finished and fitted
starting the electrics and wireing

full spec up to now :
nc30 frame / swingarm / wheels
zxr400 forks and yolks
aprillia rs250 rear shock (re sprung and valved)
gsxr 1000 k2 6 pot callipers
rc45 prolite front discs
rear wavy disc (not fitted yet)
rgv 250 complete electrics / loom
nsr 250 carbs
tyga gp fairing
honda rs 250 seat unit
zxr 400 front mudguard
rgv 250 radiator
diamond rear sets
custom home made subframe

soon to have :
500 big bore kit
17" rvf rear wheel
v force reeds
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mikeb
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rear view
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Kodokan_4
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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Very, very nice build going on here!

It's going to be an amazing bike when it's done.

Can't get enough pics and info about your project - please post as much as you can. Thanks!!

Mark
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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Looks really well - very impressive 8)

Do you think you'll be able to keep all the electrikery cool above No2 exhaust?

Will you be wrapping the pipe with heat shield to help keep things cool?
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mikeb
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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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the rear pipe will be wrapped in heat shield and the alluminium plate with the cdi and saps unit will have heat reflective tape underneath , so hopefully it will be cool enough :)

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Re: my nc30 ns400 project

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Hello,

Very good project!!!

But like Mark says, be carefull with your cdi unit above No2 exhaust. The aluminium plate has very good heat conductivity property...
Mark wrote:Looks really well - very impressive 8)

Do you think you'll be able to keep all the electrikery cool above No2 exhaust?

Will you be wrapping the pipe with heat shield to help keep things cool?
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