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    Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post

    Believe it or not on my white board at work is a project called EYHLight...so hold off for now?

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    Hmmm...I'll definitely be interested on headlight brackets if they're in planning.

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      Originally Posted by jgoMoto View Post

      Hmmm...I'll definitely be interested on headlight brackets if they're in planning.
      Count me in, too. Especially if they will be compatible with a certain GSXR fork...
      This forum is entirely dedicated to wasting time and money modifying a slow motorcycle. - joel

      Nothing like a project to keep you busy, slowly draining funds out of the wallet! - spacetiger

      Our Hawks have all the power any mature, sensible rider can use on any street or highway without carrying around excessively unnecessary big-bore weight and power - squirrelman

      Bike builds can be and most time are art and expression. To take something mass produced and impersonal and make something personal that you can't stop staring at as you walk away. There is nothing I find more satisfying than looking at something cool and beautiful and thinking "I made that". - 6

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        I知 not sure if this has been asked but if you are planning on making rearsets in the future, do you plan on making replacement shift/brake levers that fit stock and woodcraft rearsets?

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          Originally Posted by NumLock View Post
          I知 not sure if this has been asked but if you are planning on making rearsets in the future, do you plan on making replacement shift/brake levers that fit stock and woodcraft rearsets?
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            Yes please.

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              All hail Buckaroo Banzai!

              -P.
              I need a bigger garage.

              It's a dirty job but someone's got to do it.

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                Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post
                Sweet! Looking forward to it.

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                  wildwhl Bill never really touts his superb manufacturing skills, so I値l take a moment to show off the upper triple that he designed and machined for a GSXR USD fork assembly that I (hope to one day) mount on my 1977 CB550 build. His machining is top notch and his design skilz are over the top. I知 proud to show off his (shameless self promotional) logo that I encouraged him to add to my parts. Bill Gillis is THE man! I hope one day to shake his hand and thank him in person for all that he has added to my builds (including another upper triple on a CBR600RR fork on my Hawk and a ton of custom parts, too numerous to list or remember). Thanks Bill!
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                  This forum is entirely dedicated to wasting time and money modifying a slow motorcycle. - joel

                  Nothing like a project to keep you busy, slowly draining funds out of the wallet! - spacetiger

                  Our Hawks have all the power any mature, sensible rider can use on any street or highway without carrying around excessively unnecessary big-bore weight and power - squirrelman

                  Bike builds can be and most time are art and expression. To take something mass produced and impersonal and make something personal that you can't stop staring at as you walk away. There is nothing I find more satisfying than looking at something cool and beautiful and thinking "I made that". - 6

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                    You're too kind, Tom. It's always my pleasure.

                    I see that 5th gen in the background...5th gen love is in progress too.

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                      BTW - should mention I have one extra GSXR triple assembly as I built for FlyinElvis...PM for details.

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                        Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post
                        You're too kind, Tom. It's always my pleasure.

                        I see that 5th gen in the background...5th gen love is in progress too.

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                        Too bad Tom sold that Gen5 Viffer! I still have mine. So, I am in line waiting for that bracket when the time comes to de-link and mod the VFR. 8 spoke on it's way to be goldenized.
                        Eric Y.
                        1990 Hawk - Taka 92 in progress.
                        https://www.hawkgtforum.com/forum/ho...roject-taka-92

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                        2001 VFR800i road trip bike.
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                          Originally Posted by flyinelvis View Post
                          wildwhl Bill never really touts his superb manufacturing skills, so I値l take a moment to show off the upper triple that he designed and machined for a GSXR USD fork assembly that I (hope to one day) mount on my 1977 CB550 build. His machining is top notch and his design skilz are over the top. I知 proud to show off his (shameless self promotional) logo that I encouraged him to add to my parts. Bill Gillis is THE man! I hope one day to shake his hand and thank him in person for all that he has added to my builds (including another upper triple on a CBR600RR fork on my Hawk and a ton of custom parts, too numerous to list or remember). Thanks Bill!
                          Cleaning off the desk, looking through things, and drinking a quick cup of coffee before hitting the grind this morning.

                          First - thanks Tom for the kind words.

                          Second - I have one more of these triples complete with risers available. I was going to hold onto it for another build I'm helping a friend with, but he's decided to go a lot more retro on the front end so we won't be needn't it.

                          Machined from 6061 with stainless fasteners. Setup for fathers. Rise is about an inch on the riser. PM for more details.

                          $250 shipped ConUS.

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                            Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post
                            Let's keep this thread on track (my bad).

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                            A little while back I got myself one or two bits and included in my bag of goodies was one of these. The only real issue is that in the intervening month or two between ordering and fitting, I have either forgotten what I ordered or I've got a free gift which I am struggling to work out what it is and where it goes.
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                              Originally Posted by Lorenzo View Post

                              A little while back I got myself one or two bits and included in my bag of goodies was one of these. The only real issue is that in the intervening month or two between ordering and fitting, I have either forgotten what I ordered or I've got a free gift which I am struggling to work out what it is and where it goes.
                              Replaces the bracket at the rear of the chain guard.

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