As the Tracker gets closer to being finished I’ve had to make a few parts to “finish off” some details.
Rear exhaust support/rear master cylinder reservoir mount……….this is where the old Bridgeport comes in handy.
And a rotary table to make the reservoir mount.
Milled and lightened.
Mounts between the Chainsikle rear sets and muffler clamp.
A reservoir off of a KTM 1190R.
Next up was a mount for the speedometer pickup. Mounted to the lower right fork.
Relieved the back with a ball-end mill to match the fork contour……Bridgeport to the rescue again.
Now over to the South Bend lathe to make some head breathers that will mimic what Richard Pollock of Mule makes for some of his bikes.
*Thanks for the cool idea Richard, and please forgive the plagiarism!
Turned down, bored, and threaded.
These little breathers that a lot of chopper guys use will screw into the ends of the breather tubes.
Just like that!
Made a hanger and mounted an Earls line separator that holds the breathers at the same incline and outward angle as the muffler.
Just add some quality hose to the heads, another support mount somewhere, and done.
And last is the Motogadget M-Lock remote key sensor mount. This will reside just beneath the XR fiberglass seat cowl. Wave the “key” over it and the bike is turned on……keyless.
Finished with the small custom parts for now……..I think.