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1983 Yamaha TR1

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wOW , ITS TAKING SHAPE, B)

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that workshop is way too tidy.

bike is looking good, The bike looks complete but now its those niggly bits that take ages to do and you feel nothings moving along

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I'm pleased with it generally but still loads to do

Remake the rear subframe to allow the lightweight (but large) battery

Make the tail unit undertray (not looking forward to that as it will need rolling and bending)

Full wiring loom

Full exhaust system 

then the little jobs that takes ages start !!! 

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Not sure if anyone is still following this build - I really like it. 
I saw this for sale on ebay and thought it might be of interest: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Yamaha-TR1-Street-tracker-racer-Cafe-racer-Special-Custom/282488159994

I've grabbed the pictures for future reference, they're all in an album here (click 'next' to see all of them): https://imgur.com/a/cFdXT


 

Ducati 916 complete front end inc marchesini wheel, Brembo discs and calipers. 
Stepped billet yokes anodized black
One off sub frame and seat unit fabricated
Tank modified and air craft filler cap
Stainless steel exhaust and silencers
Koso combined rev counter and speedometer
Painted by Motopaint at Cradley Heath
Frame and wheels powder coated
Professionally wired by Towzatronics in Nottingham
Brembo rear caliper
R6 shock
Anti Gravity Lithium battery 
Rear sets. Valter moto components, German
Renthall handle bars
Brand new starter motor, ignition unit and regulator
New chain and sprockets
New Pirelli Diablo tyres
K&N Air filter
Engine. New main bearings. Valves reseated and lapped
Venhill brake lines
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I'd love to still follow this but currently it's sat in my workshop with a blanket over it. Been a hectic year with racing season on us. 

I'm need to get the rear subframe made then it should be full steam ahead

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