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    Hawk Top Subframe Mount offset?

    Does anyone know how far off set the top right subframe mount is? The last couple times I have just pieced it together by eye, but I'd like to be a little more accurate..

    Eyeballed I think it's about an inch. Anyone?
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    Last edited by 6; 06-03-2021, 05:30 PM.
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    #2
    Na, I'd go with 25mm


    Not really sure, but seem to remember that value from my Hiperform subframe (since sold).

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      #3
      Using a square, I see 0.75".
      Eric Y.
      NT663, VFR800 & Vespa LX80
      Yuzon Designworks

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        #4
        Originally Posted by eyhonda View Post
        Using a square, I see 0.75".
        Curious how you did that?
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          #5
          Originally Posted by eyhonda View Post
          Using a square, I see 0.75".
          Not doubting, just curious. I tried to figure out a way to measure and kept coming back to, how do I find the center line of the bike back there.
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            #6
            Originally Posted by eyhonda View Post
            Using a square, I see 0.75".
            So if I go out 45 degrees but making 22.5 degree cuts, then 1.5" long then back in the same 45 I should be golden.
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              #7
              It's not very accurate but rough to the nearest 1/8" or so. I can't really hold it tight enough to get an accurate reading. I'd have to make some sort of fixture bolted to the mounting holes.

              I made two measurements. One on the left from the mounting hole to the left spare and ditto for the right.

              Someone with a WWR subframe can give you a better idea. The offset should just be the adapter on the right side.

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              Eric Y.
              NT663, VFR800 & Vespa LX80
              Yuzon Designworks

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                #8
                Originally Posted by 6 View Post

                So if I go out 45 degrees but making 22.5 degree cuts, then 1.5" long then back in the same 45 I should be golden.
                Yes, if the measurement I took is good enough.
                Eric Y.
                NT663, VFR800 & Vespa LX80
                Yuzon Designworks

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                  #9
                  When you are crusing through, then your welds start looking like shit, the arc starts wandering and spitting, fill isn't laying down. and you realize you are out of gas...
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