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To make a bit more room I took another 1.5mm of the k9 sprocket carrier and 1.5mm of the front sprocket spacor. Loads more room now lol, still doing the 525 chain conversion though. IMG_20210221_140121.thumb.jpg.6478536a68da5f967dda77389cac3def.jpg IMG_20210221_141054.thumb.jpg.5707064a6606bd474be84e9c29a78395.jpg IMG_20210221_142231.thumb.jpg.6e9245b1fd2456d032f1f69544ded530.jpg IMG_20210221_143118.thumb.jpg.5c52c8e3181ec2a62ee4d844b4a0f6b6.jpg IMG_20210221_144158.thumb.jpg.7a5cc1b9842048a2a8904b49b7fe6cc6.jpg IMG_20210221_145144.thumb.jpg.60cb2cae0c9485f9531d6c5f2efb0f84.jpg

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It's a shame no-one makes an aftermarket tacho like these ones with the correct scale for an OSS oil boiler: they're either 10K (ok for aircooled) or 14-15 (ok for a smaller engined bike). 12 would be optimal, although personally I'd buy one that ranges 0-11k, just to be able to say: 'mine goes up to 11' whenever I had the chance O.o.

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19 hours ago, Dezza said:

It's a shame no-one makes an aftermarket tacho like these ones with the correct scale for an OSS oil boiler: they're either 10K (ok for aircooled) or 14-15 (ok for a smaller engined bike). 12 would be optimal, although personally I'd buy one that ranges 0-11k, just to be able to say: 'mine goes up to 11' whenever I had the chance O.o.

Dash2 has adjustable tacho :)

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Caliper spacors that came with my hel calipers I used to space the yam calipers out on the K5 forks were narrower than the mounting points which looked odd to me. IMG_20210227_134118.thumb.jpg.e28382266179ca763c07b86d73424221.jpgSo I ordered some 25mm billet bar to make some up myself on my little lathe. IMG_20210227_141048.thumb.jpg.21d21ef75d4f5d455391d7419cd619c6.jpg IMG_20210227_151250.thumb.jpg.c00971153d6512146b345fda7128324e.jpg IMG_20210227_151459.thumb.jpg.8b17d9aab435d48bd7cf1f9997b3c335.jpgLooks much better now I think. IMG_20210227_151759.thumb.jpg.53c1f5249554e8b4b4b8285172f2f0a9.jpg 

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Fitted the fuel return & tractor petrol tap to the tank. IMG_20210228_150224.thumb.jpg.c33cab0f1ac2a380edc59291b509783e.jpgAlso fitted the fuel cap, had to put a slit in the retaining ring to get it inside the tank. It has a Cork seal which is smothered in blue hylomar, also there is no paint round the bolt holes to stop petrol weeping under the paint. IMG_20210228_140116.thumb.jpg.81acd8f079a7514ded89bc69b29f5efb.jpg IMG_20210228_140933.thumb.jpg.14918b0967150c3c590facebe46ff60b.jpg IMG_20210228_141033.thumb.jpg.470cda687efeb992bb31e0ce9678621d.jpg IMG_20210228_142348.thumb.jpg.0caf76c03a6c74b0e413102edbaa7500.jpg IMG_20210228_142332.thumb.jpg.21e0158a4e1e0b359f51db7f95b28d6a.jpg IMG_20210228_145308.thumb.jpg.a24cded3aa74260a8bd6f9553638bf16.jpg IMG_20210228_154914.thumb.jpg.56e4914bce2ddd836384f8df30f3e955.jpg

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10mm thick nylon sheet turned up eventually. Cut a 50mm slice of it then started playing around with the heat gun and various quick shift jigs to bend it to shape.  Still a bit more work to be done but I recon it will work. If it doesn't I will just bolt some flat bits on top bottom. IMG_20210302_161014.thumb.jpg.4cc306bcfa90d435a12e62a665c96fcf.jpg IMG_20210302_163925.thumb.jpg.b8ce136f3f5193196b3f6cbe66b3a80a.jpg IMG_20210302_171207.thumb.jpg.2116154fecd6955b57889198fcd9d3a5.jpg IMG_20210302_172617.thumb.jpg.635cd763a78b7bebb2401966cbff0edb.jpg IMG_20210302_182329.thumb.jpg.45bddbecab410892a49210903694a0bf.jpg IMG_20210302_184754.thumb.jpg.2d67ef84ffe8a0c4eb4a53a6c4fa1973.jpg

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