Street Tracker Update – 9 (Problem Solver Parts)

As the Tracker gets closer to being finished I’ve had to make a few parts to “finish off” some details.

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Rear exhaust support/rear master cylinder reservoir mount……….this is where the old Bridgeport comes in handy.

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And a rotary table to make the reservoir mount.

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Milled and lightened.

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Mounts between the Chainsikle rear sets and muffler clamp.

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A reservoir off of a KTM 1190R.

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Next up was a mount for the speedometer pickup. Mounted to the lower right fork.

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Relieved the back with a ball-end mill to match the fork contour……Bridgeport to the rescue again.

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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!

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Turned down, bored, and threaded.

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These little breathers that a lot of chopper guys use will screw into the ends of the breather tubes.

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Just like that!

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Made a hanger and mounted an Earls line separator that holds the breathers at the same incline and outward angle as the muffler.

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Rear view.

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Just add some quality hose to the heads, another support mount somewhere, and done.

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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.

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Another view.

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Finished with the small custom parts for now……..I think.

One thought on “Street Tracker Update – 9 (Problem Solver Parts)

  1. Must admit, I’m not digging the bracket or must be the angle it messes up the lines.
    Just my opinion.

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