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Old 04-10-2012, 05:02 PM   #151
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Woody's Tenere Wheel R&D continues...

ok folks here's the fruits of the last days labors,,as ya know,,and if ya didn't now ,,ya will,,,wasp- the amazing 'solid works' -man in my llfe,,,throws some amazing light on what i'm doing,,,like ''ya may want to take a bit off here 'cuz it's got a slight interference problem right at the edge of that radius on your adapters,'',,,ok ya get the drift,,but get this ,,SO IT WAS !!!! after matching the modified spacer and trying it out for the first time,,,that lil corner he pointed out on his solid works program was just nicking the edge of my spacers as he had predicted,,,,,i'm beginning to pay alittle more attention to what my mate ''down under blabs about

so here's my Superlite ST -II = Super tenere double-disc version with the future location of the sensor ring

with the ST spacer assy..this had to be shortened the same amount as the overall width of the oem sensor plate with spacer,,BUT,,we ran into a snag!!,,turns out that the distance from the ST oem bearing to axle was/is the same as mine..how often does that happen,,,,??? to be contd,,the wie is yelling come down for dinner,,NO !!,,, it's take me out to dinner,,i bet one or two of ya can relate to that scenario
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trying the oem sesor plate/holder onto my hub
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the difference between the front [right side unit ] and the rear[the one on left] is this ,,,they use the same casting but rear sensor mount is higrre than the front sensor mount,,,so the lower casting height is for the frontwheel and vice-versa
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on the right is the std Superlite ST spacer,,to the left the modified one with the O ring groove machined in ,,just like the oem spacer used in the sensor holder

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here's the inside view of sensor holder showing the 1mm removal of outer corne/edge to eliminate the interference the edge created,,NOW,,,this mod allowed the holder to seat solidly against all the inner spacers and leave .5mm/.020'' clearance between it and my hub

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another view of all that's needed to gain adequate clearance...,,ya can do this at home with a hand -file
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to be continued manana,,after a good nite's sleep
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Old 04-11-2012, 10:51 AM   #152
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Looking good Woody.
I'm prolly the only one on the planet that can make head or tail of that at the moment, but it will all fall into place when onlookers see it assembled and working.

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Old 04-11-2012, 11:06 AM   #153
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Iv'e made a start on my high front guard set up.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...postcount=2121

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Old 04-11-2012, 02:27 PM   #154
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here's pics of wasp-man's front fender prototype..

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Iv'e made a start on my high front guard set up.

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here's some pics to go with those lyrics:

although I am not sure if it is something that will go into production, but just in case I do offer them, I didnt want to put anyones nose out of joint.







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Old 04-11-2012, 04:15 PM   #155
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Hi woody , further to the front s10 wheel we have been discussing here. I have sent you an email, re; how to pay etc. Cheers cams.
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Old 04-12-2012, 05:32 AM   #156
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Looking good Woody.
I'm prolly the only one on the planet that can make head or tail of that at the moment, but it will all fall into place when onlookers see it assembled and working.

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Yeah, I thought I understood till you said that.
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Old 04-12-2012, 11:03 AM   #157
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Hi woody , further to the front s10 wheel we have been discussing here. I have sent you an email, re; how to pay etc. Cheers cams.
hi talk with wasp-man the non abs single disc unit pictured recently may be up for grabs ,,as wel as the double disc eunit [unless steve red snagged it already,,]

i responded to your pm already..oops forgot to ask you in the pm ABS/TCS importan t?? well it changes the approach to solving ,,good news it'll all be doable,,it's been tested and all the solutions work
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Old 04-13-2012, 06:20 AM   #158
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Interested in the A60 if she is up for grabs...

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hi talk with wasp-man the non abs single disc unit pictured recently may be up for grabs ,,as wel as the double disc eunit [unless steve red snagged it already,,]

i responded to your pm already..oops forgot to ask you in the pm ABS/TCS importan t?? well it changes the approach to solving ,,good news it'll all be doable,,it's been tested and all the solutions work
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How much for the A60 single disc unit pictured on Wasp's S10 there Woody.

Other than my order that I have placed with yourself I would be keen on this as a back up front wheel for myself. I may need however a set of Monzter spokes to allow me to use the rim with my OEM hub.

What sort of coin are we looking at mate for the wheel???

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Old 04-13-2012, 07:54 PM   #159
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How much for the A60 single disc unit pictured on Wasp's S10 there Woody.

Other than my order that I have placed with yourself I would be keen on this as a back up front wheel for myself. I may need however a set of Monzter spokes to allow me to use the rim with my OEM hub.

What sort of coin are we looking at mate for the wheel???

Johnnie
here's the run down on that A60

since wasp-man originally speced the wheel without the need for ABS/TCS that hub does not have the updated capability for the sensor ring adapter plate..
so cost breakdown for what he does have is:

a-60 rim=$200
ss nss spoke nipple heavy duty kit= $125
superlace n true= $111
Superlite ST kit= $599
Galfer 310mm= $310
plus S&H
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i will do something special for ya,,since it'll have some real life wear n tear

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Old 04-14-2012, 08:41 AM   #160
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I'm getting closer with the front guard Woody...

Just gotta work on the brake lines/locations/guides, and then onto the fork leg protectors.

Really pleased with the outcome here. Not for everyone, but I dont care - It suits me... So FYYFF's







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Old 04-14-2012, 02:53 PM   #162
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sweeeeeet wasp-man

and i'm cutting up your new black double disc ABS/TCS system compatible Superlite ST-II
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Old 04-15-2012, 08:32 AM   #163
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and i'm cutting up your new black double disc ABS/TCS system compatible Superlite ST-II
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Hanging out for that mate...

This bike is really starting to feel sweater and sweater.

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Old 04-15-2012, 08:34 AM   #164
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More pics and more ride report from today with the 21" front wheel and the new high front mudguard.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...postcount=2137

I AM LOVING THIS BIKE RIGHT NOW...

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Old 04-15-2012, 02:36 PM   #165
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told ya so...

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Hanging out for that mate...

This bike is really starting to feel sweater and sweater.

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no shit
told ya so,,,that was conclusion of every one that rode it in all 3 configurations,,,and like i mentioned before the 21/18 was the sweeeetest of em all

that was with 90/90x21 and a a 130/90x18 on rear if my memory serves right

am in shop making new larger OD sensor adapter plates ,,found my camera so i'll give ya'll some more porn
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