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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by RoostSquid View Post
    Aprilia RSV 1000 <- that one actually works. Two project bikes presently are a Yammie FZR600 and Ducati Monster 'M' 900 series as a donor bike for a café racer. Mind you if Santa came early I'd probably go out and buy a Ducati Superleggera or MV Agusta Superveloce. Hrmm maybe a MV Rush 1000 too
    What is the M900 donating to the cafe racer build?

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Gn3dr View Post
    What is the M900 donating to the cafe racer build?
    I'm building the Fictive bike (actually more of a bobber/café):

    https://www.fictiv.com/blog/fosmc

    There's a download link on that page for all the source files. Keeping the motor, some electrics, forks in the main. That's the short. The long is from the build guide..

    _____________________

    " - Engine assembly including carburetor of fuel injection system
    - Complete electrical system including all switches, instruments, and lights. - Complete oil cooling system (not used on some models)
    - Front suspension assembly including

    Forks
    - Triple clamps (note: swap bearings to 55mm OD if using first generation Monster- Wheel assembly)
    - Brake assembly
    - Handlebar and all hand controls - Headlight
    - Fender

    Rear suspension assembly including Swingarm, specifically steel double-sided as found on first and second generation Monsters. Note: aluminum double sided Monster swingarms will not work without design changes to the shock mounts due to the wider width of the arms.

    _____________________

    I'm still working through my own design/additions/subtractions to the Fictiv version. E.g. fabricating my own exhaust, will not be using the loom and making my own loom. Making a carbon front & rear hugger guard (moulding the old ones for shape). Also unlike the Fictiv will be using my own instruments; maybe old school dials or I might go for a digital racing version. Also changing to wire-spoke wheels which I just found out cost as much as carbon ones which is crazy. I'm still tossing up a lot of things at the mo' but the bike will look like the Fictive one with the fabricated (CNC machined) aluminum joints. But hopefully a little bit trickier in what's going with it. I might even go for a non-Fictiv single-sided swingarm and then of course go back keeping the single rear Showa shock.
    Build, Wrench 'n Ride

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by RoostSquid View Post
    I'm building the Fictive bike (actually more of a bobber/café):

    https://www.fictiv.com/blog/fosmc

    There's a download link on that page for all the source files. Keeping the motor, some electrics, forks in the main. That's the short. The long is from the build guide..

    _____________________

    " - Engine assembly including carburetor of fuel injection system
    - Complete electrical system including all switches, instruments, and lights. - Complete oil cooling system (not used on some models)
    - Front suspension assembly including

    Forks
    - Triple clamps (note: swap bearings to 55mm OD if using first generation Monster- Wheel assembly)
    - Brake assembly
    - Handlebar and all hand controls - Headlight
    - Fender

    Rear suspension assembly including Swingarm, specifically steel double-sided as found on first and second generation Monsters. Note: aluminum double sided Monster swingarms will not work without design changes to the shock mounts due to the wider width of the arms.

    _____________________

    I'm still working through my own design/additions/subtractions to the Fictiv version. E.g. fabricating my own exhaust, will not be using the loom and making my own loom. Making a carbon front & rear hugger guard (moulding the old ones for shape). Also unlike the Fictiv will be using my own instruments; maybe old school dials or I might go for a digital racing version. Also changing to wire-spoke wheels which I just found out cost as much as carbon ones which is crazy. I'm still tossing up a lot of things at the mo' but the bike will look like the Fictive one with the fabricated (CNC machined) aluminum joints. But hopefully a little bit trickier in what's going with it. I might even go for a non-Fictiv single-sided swingarm and then of course go back keeping the single rear Showa shock.

    That's interesting. I would have thought they'd use a base of a more undesirable bike than the Ducati though, rather than starting with something is a bit more in demand and therefore will cost more.

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