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Unobtainium FS

Postby spotthedogg » Fri Nov 08, 2019 3:30 pm

Hey guys, I have a few very hard to find parts that I am not using despite paying top dollar for.

Lockhart Philips fibreglass side panels $OLD
Honda solo seat cowl $OLD
Yoshimura slip on, I had the mid-pipe bent up about 15° so probably won’t work with passenger pegs on. $125
Custom made shorty muffler from Coffman $150
VT250F2H Track. sARL AM #72
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1989 HAWK GT NT696 Race Bike
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Re: Unobtainium FS

Postby Spoot5 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:31 pm

That's a nice list of yummy bits!
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Re: Unobtainium FS

Postby Janovich » Sun Nov 24, 2019 8:08 am

I will buy your side panels and solo seat. :D
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I have some experience in mold making, might be able to pull something off too.
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Re: Unobtainium FS

Postby Spoot5 » Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:58 pm

Solo seat molding sounds promising.
I have some cardboard cut, but I'm severely lacking in skills to cut some plastic and try to shape it like a seat cowl.

I envisioned using white plastic sheet (plexiglass?) and heat it up to let it bend...?
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Re: Unobtainium FS

Postby Janovich » Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:02 pm

Spoot5 wrote:Solo seat molding sounds promising.
I have some cardboard cut, but I'm severely lacking in skills to cut some plastic and try to shape it like a seat cowl.

I envisioned using white plastic sheet (plexiglass?) and heat it up to let it bend...?


I was imagining just casting a mold with silicone. I'll definitely show the results on this forum and if it works will make replicas for all you lads.
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