28th December 2013 at 11:16 am #5454
ok so that didn’t work.
how do I post pics then, tried linking to phototbucket but that didn’t work and tried the upload thing aswell??
[flash=,]http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc485/beef1/kwakhome.jpg[/flash]29th December 2013 at 10:34 am #10321
when posting a message in the 3rd line down change the ‘SELECT’ setting form ‘PLAIN TEXT’ to ‘DHTML form with xCode’ That opens up a few more options for external links, smilies etc
Also if your uploading pictues from your PC they must be smaller than 1000K in size and DO NOT preview the post before submitting
KK29th December 2013 at 10:47 am #10322
Your picture is now displayed with your original post. The first larger picture is directly from your photo bucket link. To do this you need to enter the URL into the box opened up when you click the flash icon (red circle with F in the middle) which you will see after changing the ‘SELECT’ setting as described in previous post. The second pic (smaller one) I have uploaded to our server from the hard drive
KK29th December 2013 at 11:28 am #10325MichaelParticipant
that’s a nice bike, I like it ;-)))
Blacks rims, open pods and “under engine” exhaust, great !
There seems to be some more specials on it like new yokes/triple trees ?
Please let us see some more details.
BTW, happy new year ;-)))
Michael30th December 2013 at 8:26 pm #10327
as it was
yokes, prior to powder coating
[flash=,]http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc485/beef1/z750/slabs1_zpsb386d061.jpg[/flash]30th December 2013 at 8:42 pm #10328
frame mods, brackets removed.
seat test fitting
wheels and bits for powder coating
[flash=,]http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc485/beef1/z750/PIC_00031_zps0abd6a4d.jpg[/flash]30th December 2013 at 8:52 pm #10329
brake rod, side stand ect
build up time.
[flash=,]http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc485/beef1/z750/PIC_00021_zps162da0bf.jpg[/flash]30th December 2013 at 9:02 pm #10330
and that’s a brief photo slide show of the build of my z. all the work was done by the previous owner. hoggy, I have sorted the jetting of the carbs out ridden it hard and now need to sort it again, bugger wont run.
but a brief run down of the bits done to it.
rear sub frame chopped and re worked with new brace / bracket
various bracket removed
fork lowers, frame brake rod, side stand, yokes all powder coated.
engine cases polished.
wide bars fitted.
original switches refurbed.
master cylinder swapped, by me
new seat unit.
rewired, need to be re-done, to many silly little bits and joints and no fuse box, just in-line fuses.
wheels have had hubs and rims powder coated, all the spokes turned down to suit the wheels.
down pipes into cherry bomb exhausts with a bit of matting for baffle to provide back pressure.30th December 2013 at 10:18 pm #10326MichaelParticipant
thank you for posting more pictures and the description 😉
I love these stories.
Good looking bike 😉
Cheers, Michael2nd January 2014 at 11:06 am #10323
She is indeed beautiful now. The first pic is at she left my house after Hoggy picked her up. I lived some of the transformation with him as he asked such questions as ‘ What is this lug for?’ and ‘Where do these wires go?’ lol. I even met some of his mates in there Flower delivering Juganaught fleet to supply new parts required. Hoggy did the majority of work himself in his superbly equipped garage. He even milled the slab yokes. All in all a fantastic transformation.2nd January 2014 at 6:56 pm #10324TangoParticipant
That’s some transformation.
Well Done that Man.2nd January 2014 at 7:01 pm #10331
Not my work- was all hoggy.
Just need to sort the none running now.
Have put a post in the how to fix it area-
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