Originally Posted by Katoom119
It's amazing to watch a machinist that knows what he's doing. Dad has a lathe and milling machine that we use for gunsmithing and a few bike parts. When I move back home I'm going to have to learn how to use those and to weld.
Amazing work guys.
Chris is a rare person in that he he grew up in his fathers garage, then became a mechanical engineer and then a machinist. Typically the three won't agree - theory and reality and practicality - but Chris can see things in a way most can't and that's more valuable than his skill in either individual discipline.
Okay, we ran the bike with the 41's and... Well, I was hoping to hear some guesses. Okay, right after dinner with Gino I'll post the dyno charts. Plus I got my old 950 mill apart. Interesting stuff. Stay tuned.