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Old 09-12-2009, 04:18 PM   #166
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RE: Nearly finished DMW

Weel, I spilled a cup of watter* over my keybord, but it seems to have washed out some of the juice some little hands spilt previously. This has somewhat delayed any 'news from the front' I might want to give my imaginary audience.

All mechanicals checked. Plugs out/hand cranked with a ratchet/allen bit on the stator to check nothing sticks (i.e. valves in the top of pistons) in case I timed the valves wrong? That process went far too easily for me not to check it again twice. All ok, no collisions, nice & smooth. Hand crank it to shift some miniscule amount of oil to where it can join the liberal amounts applied during assembly. Filter housing & oil cooler primed. Needles were swapped & I used the later type needle clips, which actually work. 170 jets swapped out for 175s. We'll see what happens with that. Air filter oiled & fitted. Carbs all plumbed in. New plugs, platinum, why not? Boyer Beancan eventually arrived & installed fine, plugged straight in etc.

I've always felt that this moment is a good time to have a coffee, a smoke if you do - relax, just let it all flow through the mind, to catch any finger trouble. Now, did I put circlips on all 4 ends of the gudgeon/wrist pins? Yes, yes I did etc. As a result of this process I attached the sidestand, as it's mounted on the front engine bolt, which therefore hadn't been fully torqued, and did a few other little bits. Now I just need a battery

I thought I had a big collection of useless batteries, but the other day at Daves I saw Dave 2 loading 5 or 6 barrow loads of multi-various batteries into the van. They'd bitten the bullet and got rid of the 'just in case' pile. I should do the same as they're all utterly useless & I'm just getting the clickety relay thing. But you know, I didn't mind so much - manana

I couldn't ride it anyway. PJ has taken my swingarm & wheel as a deposit while I'm using the STD1 gearbox as a mock up part


* That is actually the correct spelling in local dialect.

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Old 09-13-2009, 09:49 AM   #167
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I can't wait for part two of the act. Right now I have visions of Egor standing over his Frankenbike saying "It's alive...ALIVE!!!"
It's alive... ALIVE!!! The best battery a man can buy on a Sunday* has done the job, and DMW runs just farkin great. It took a little coaxing but it gave back encouragement with the odd 'duh-duh', followed by 'duh-duh-duh' before it burst a great roar from the straight thru pipes and settled to a solid 1500 or so revs on choke, blueing the pipes & burning off smudges of oil & grease in a lovely growling haze. Once warmed it settled to a good tickover, if a tiny bit lumpy from unbalanced carbs etc. The ignition timing is just set blind in the middle of the slots, so with carbs balanced & timing tweaked it should run fine... famous last words of course.

It's a relief. Now I just have to swap out the gearbox & reinstall the swingarm & I'm ready to riiiiiiiiiiide


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Old 09-13-2009, 10:32 AM   #168
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:50 PM   #169
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[quote=planktonnn]RE:DMW

It's alive... ALIVE!!!

A little background info to this heartening tale.....planktonnn has built (so far) two airhead engines from bare blocks*..in both cases, the reason they both fired up nicely was because I happened to be standing in close proximity. Strange but true. Now, I'm not besmirching his mechanical aptitude in any way (he is, after all, a knowledgeable and methodical spannerist) but...I feel duty bound to state that, were it not for my presence, he would still be biting the metal walls of his shed in a frustrated bind. Some people say I talk bollocks...obviously, with the facts mentioned above, I now feel exonerated. I rest my case.

In other news, the exquisite finish of the std1's frame, stands(s) and other shiney-blackened bits, along with a nice bevel, swing arm, carbs etc looks like a rolling chassis is on the cards for sometime this week, if all goes well. It's block is also getting a top-end sort out over the next few days and yes, I shall be standing next to that as well as it fires for the first time, dependent upon ignition/sparks happening as hoped....(possible Coilus Interruptus, possible Coilus Sparky-sparky...we shall see)

In other (other) news, today saw me finally fit new driveshaft bolts and rubber boot to my airhead after a brief interruption of 6-7 months..that fucker will fire up this week also, and will be finished as soon as a decent pair of rear shockers materialise within my price range (10-15 quid**). Then, after a bit of riding, it shall be sold and the cash added to my share of the winnings from the std1's sale....I fancy a late Mono for my personal use, or even possibly an ***head..had one before (R1100RS) and I loved it.

There is no other news at the moment, as England is closing down for the night...it's strangely quiet but with a hint of brooding menace as the foxes prowl the car parks and the whiff of chemtrails assault the nose. I don't know why I write things like that....but I do.

* He should be working on the third, right now...but I bet he's sneaked off to do his embroidery. He has a creative, sensitive side that few people know about. Nothing wrong with that of course, as it dilutes the sociopathological mood swings and arbitrary violence thing he just about barely suppresses the rest of the time...not like me.

** Yeah, a lot of money, but nothing's too good for my bikes.

*** "Oil".

**** Fuck'n'hell I'm bored...Monday nights in Britain really piss me off now I'm more or less sober. The ex-wife's flown off to Noo Yawk for a week to hang out with a couple of people I dislike with an intensity that's hard to describe...you know, rich people who can't understand why po' folk don't just get some money and buy a ranch in Venezuela, like they do.

Here's a pic of....planktonnn with his prototype. The world's first-ever airhead powered workmate. They say innovators are mad...they're not wrong. For instance, he refuses to accept that bungees don't make good engine mountings; he'll never learn.

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Old 09-14-2009, 03:23 PM   #170
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Why not....?

Although this pic has absolutely fuck-all to do with any of the various postings that weave through this thread I feel, nevertheless, that it warrants inclusion at this stage (11.08pm on a boring Monday evening with only tea to drink...bleurchh!!) So, the essence of airhead...to me at any rate. Just take a moment to stare at it....forks, frame,tank,a wheel at each end, what else do you need? Well, ok, an engine, gearbox and a seat, but as little else as possible. I like bikes stripped to the bare bones....minimalised and functional. No farkles, tassles, satnavs, luggage, passengers or other superfluous stuff. Did I mention I was bored....?

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Old 09-14-2009, 03:48 PM   #171
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Into The Valeo of Death.....(more bored than ever)

So.....how's yer Valeo? I have got exactly 23 minutes left before I go snore. When I wake up, I'm having one of my teeth pulled out by a Nordic Temptress. Here in the land of Socialist Hell, where we get our teeth pulled for free, our heart problems dealt with FOC, and our children delivered first class without even the need for a stamp, (among much else) we sometimes consider the problems that Valeo starter motors present us as we labour in the salt mines of a not-completely Capitalised Life. Yeah. If you look in yer Haynes, or yer Clymer, you'll find that Valeos only allow for a change of brushes...this is a lie. As you'll see from the pic, Valeos can be stripped all the way to naked; this involves drilling out a couple of soft rivets and an odd star-headed screw....leaving you with a tupperware container of useless bits.
Well, yes, but I had to find out why my starter went flappy-flappy-gronk instead of whirrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. When I take some close-up pics tomorrow, I will be able to illustrate the particular mechanism that went clunk-grunch, and caused the commutator to grind itself against the magnets inside the case thereby creating a stopping-motor, rather than the starting kind we prefer.
Unless, that is, a flood of more interesting posts materialise in the meantime......who knows?

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Just take a moment to stare at it....forks, frame,tank,a wheel at each end, what else do you need? Well, ok, an engine, gearbox and a seat, but as little else as possible.
Don't touch it. It's ART!
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Glad to see the Old girl is back on form in front of your house.
I must get mine out at some point
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Glad to see the Old girl is back on form in front of your house.
I must get mine out at some point
Test runs have gone ok. It's obviously in need of timing & carb balancing as it's a bit lumpy but flat? Not problematic, but just not 'lined up' if you know what I mean? Too early to tell on the re-jetting, but at least it's not over jetted to the point of bogging? There was a leak from the gear change prodding out where the lever levers thing. On closer inspection there was no outer seal, which I will have to take up with the Director (him) of Gearbox Recomissioning Quality Control Maintenance Standards Inspectorate I shall, in some futile non-act of comedic non-revenge, miss out an easily replacable seal on something in return. I just popped one out of my now dormant pre '81 g/box & all seems dry now, on what is for all intents & purposes now DMW2.

In the process of recomissioning the engine end of the bike, I have lost the use of my dip beam. Side light works, hi beam works, same with another bulb. Grrrrrrrr There may have been a little smoke & sparks I wouldn't quite class it as an electrical fire but I did think 'where's the nearest extinguisher', which I felt was a comforting 2nd reaction to have, the first being to pull the ingition I had hacked a lot out of the loom to simplify it, but where I don't fully understand what Helmut had in mind that can lead to problems...

And now it's time to anaesthetise myself for a month. It worked for Spike Milligan.

Or maybe it's time to nukify the thread?

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RE:STD1 & Dave...

I picked up the lovely wheels/new tyres from Dave, and while there got into a chat about Boyer Beancans. He & the other Dave were most interested in the solution, but almost fanatical about preserving points beancans I'll get him to do the timing & carb setup as & when theres a gap, see what he thinks about any noises/lack of with the new installation, and generally cast his eye over it... He was looking for a magazine while talking to me & doing 3 MOTs & re-something the something on a '49 something, and I teased him that he was looking for his mention in the article of Our King Dermots Norton Cafe in The Classic Motorcycle* & he said he'd not seen it.

Grasping the opportunity with both oily hands I mentioned with great concern that they'd had a misprint of his nickname and they put him down as Dave 'Toddler' Blahblah, instead of 'Tiddler'. He was most put out for the passing moment that the joke stuck He seemed very slightly narked that the other Dave chortled quite for so long about it, so bang goes my hard earned Discounts & Secret Info Snippets*...

PJ arrived with the STD1 frame, swingarm, bevel, subframe, pannier racks & a box of things I've not even looked thru etc., and we got a mainly rolling chassis in place. I love it when a plan comes together, it really does look great. I'm progressing the engine, swapping in the stainless pushrod tubes & giving everything a degreeze & assembling it.

Look after yourselves, aaaannnnnd each other.


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** They're like Whippets, but more highly-strung.

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"On closer inspection there was no outer seal, which I will have to take up with the Director (him) of Gearbox Recomissioning Quality Control Maintenance Standards Inspectorate"

Ah yerssss....

Dear Mr Planktonnn,

It has come to our notice that the fully reconditioned and perfectly sorted gearbox we issued you, ex-works, may have had an inadvertent seal deficiency around the gear change shaft area. In line with company policy, we always strive to notify people when an untoward occurence such as this happens. Thank Fuck you won't have had a chance to fit your gearbox yet, thereby avoiding a time-consuming and deeply irritating seal fix*.

All the best,

The Mighty Emperor (pjcr12)

* Unless, for some strange reason, this important message did not reach you in time. If it did not, here's a pic of a BMW motorcycle to look at. You'll notice it's nice and black and shiney and today it went vroom vroom for an extended period of time. On points...fuck that electronic stuff.

ps. Could you ask your American chums if they have a spare speedometer and revcounter assembly? If they have, could they post it to me? Many thanks. Oh and a nice shiney pair of stainless silencers?

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Standardly standard....lovely

So....the STD1 progresses nicely with the afore-mentioned all-important shiney blackness and a brand spanking new pair of tyres* As per company policy here at Martha Farquar Motorcycles, we allowed our junior partner to pop out and purchase the tyres (with his very own money)...a 90/90 Metzeller front and a Conti 90/120 rear. He wasn't sure which ones to buy, so naturally I suggested this combination as I have found them to be a superb fitment...it's the experience that counts in this, I've always found. Anyway, he did a good job on that, so we've let him get on with putting the engine together and a few other little jobs....

Here's a pic...

* Or tires as they seem to be called in the land where the buffalo roam....

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Special innovatory developments....

Innovation, like poetry, strikes at the weirdest times. With this in mind, we've decided to bring forward a prototype fitment for this build...wooden yokes.* Yeah! People are bound to laugh, but we just don't give a fuck. Yokes can be quite expensive, which is why we've opted for these low-grade, softwood, alternatives. I actually made them myself, can you tell? No, I didn't think so...

* Or, 'triple trees', if you insist.

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... junior partner ... I have found them to be a superb fitment...
We'll skip over that calumny and others, and simply consider test ride 2.

RE:DMW NB. Previous entries under this user name may have been written by my much more entertaining twin brother. Expect dry information with little frizz.

75 miles of noodling & looping along the Shitshire roads, while never being more than 3 or 4 miles from home. If I’m going to break down I do like it to be within a practical pushing range*. I don’t like to push, but I will rather than leave it by the road. For the first runs I found a stuttering in the mid rev range, in any gear, which I hadn’t hit before as I’d been sparing with the revs while running a new installation. I tried various throttle positions & actions**, and it was the still present. It was very like a stutter that deadlyboyledirty had when he was doing his installation tests on his own boxer, which I personally refer to as ‘The Shiny One’. Mine started stuttering around the same revs in each gear, and it certainly felt electrical. I pulled up in the pits (a bus stop) and fettled the coil connections & liberally squirted WD40 wherever I could get it, and as usual it did the trick. Stutter gone – NEXT PLEASE!?!

It’s inevitable that while sitting by a bike refurb considering ‘X’, I notice ‘Y' & fiddle/sort/make worse. ‘Y’ is normally electrics, and so it’s no surprise there are a few electric niggles bobbing to the surface now. I still don’t have a low beam, but I’ve not delved too far into that so far.

I’ve also timed the bike a bit better, as well as I can without a strobe, following advice from Dave 2 - Run the bike, rotate the beancan anti-clockwise until the revs rise & level off, rotate b/can clockwise very slightly to reduce potential of pinking, he said, as if telling a baboon how to fly the space shuttle, though in a kindly way. A very inexact method in my sausage based facsimiles of hands, and his explanation that you could hear when it was right fell on deaf ears, as I’m just not tuned into that end of things. I suggested we swap jobs for a day & he could exercise some of the aural*** skills I’ve spent the last 20yrs accumulating. He said fair enough. Which was fair enough.

Adjustment carried out as suggested, and on subsequent rides it certainly feels less lumpy, but still a little flat. I’ll be interested in what it pulls like when the timing is strobed to spot on, but I’ll give it a mm clockwise in the morning anyway. There don’t seem to be any leaks, though the gear change shaft seal thing is slightly weeping, so a new seal goes on the next order. I’ve applied the magically effective & all dissolving never to be beaten Gunk all over the engine & gearbox with wild abandon to clear off any installation oil spillages/drips & grease wipes etc. Whatever appears from now on in indicates a problem.

It was intensely enjoyable to ride my mota-sickle again. It certainly rides differently engine-wise, but I’m unsure how much is finger trouble & settings, and how much is the difference between the light & heavy flywheel. It certainly doesn’t ‘push on’ on a closed or trailed throttle, which I had previously felt was coming from flywheel inertia, but I don’t really know what I'm feeling. Yet…

This engine build drops revs on a quickly closing throttle more promptly than the previous one. Again I’m speculating around the flywheel being something like 4.5kg lighter than the previous one? Which by a happy co-incidence is the precise amount of the finest gold known to humanity that I will require to facilitate the enablement of the long overdue process of getting me the fuck out of this shit hole**** It's also the same amount Dave had chopped off his early f/wheel on his 2 valve racer.

The old installation was airtight with new diaphragms & relevant rubbers, so I’m as yet unconvinced leaks would have been an issue as is often suggested, and proves to be true. I can’t be sure of any light/heavy flywheel comparisons until the lumpy engine is smoothed via the ‘laying on of hands’ that will be Dave tweaking the timing & carbs on the 25th Sept.! I may have to learn how to do it in the meantime. They do seem to have a nice wodge of bookings right now. I’ve always attributed this particular seasonal variation to it being August, and all the affluent codgers are pulling their A10s out of the hyperbaric chamber in their 3rd garage for the once a year ride. Trying to get them running, giving up due to being even more spectacularly inept than me, and subsequently booking Dave to sort it, hence the full diary. Or is it that Dave forks orf to the Manx GP every year? I do hope he formally adopts me soon. Perhaps I should just fill in the forms & just take them to him to sign.

Discussions around early/late gearboxes on late engines centred around the clutch pushrod, though I’ve yet to see an alternative part which allows adaptation. Is it as simple as using a longer bolt on the type 1 actuation arm/pushrod? A longer pushrod? Or swapping to the late g/box back-plate with the larger rear pushrod ‘socket? We had a couple of late actuation/late pushrod boxes sitting around, so, as described, I went with the least good but plenty useable one of them. It’s not presenting any problems just yet, but I’ll drop the g/box oil in a couple of hundred miles or thereabouts to see what’s going on in there. Feels smooth & changes with a positive action. The clutch is unbelievably good. So far. Really smooth & progressive, with no grabbing as yet. The lever really is a lot lot better. Thanks Helmut

That is all, I'm only allowed to use a certain number of words per day.


* With cigar breaks & the occasional attempt to start it.
** i.e. barely open throttle running up to problematic rev range – starts blapping. Rip it open or 1 third or 2 thirds open, hit rev range, starts blapping etc. Made me think it wasn’t carbs/jetting, as it was present at all jet ranges/sources, see pic below. I’ve swapped needles and main jets (170 to 175 with a K&N), so fuelling was a possibility? Hadn't changed the needle jets, which I suppose I should have really. I didn't want to dig that inside the patient, as I've lost a few through over invasive carb surgery.
*** Yes, I did spell it for him.
**** Lottery or Lobotomy – there’s little in-between.

That Mendelssohn? Utter & absolute TRIPE!?!

And now, a crooner of dubious acting skills, and a purveyor of fine 40mm carbs, and helpful illuminating diagrams. Ladies & gentlemen, I bring you Mr Bings famous Figure 12 –

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RE:Std1

Have been getting the jugs ready to go on. Lots of degreezing, lots of removing old rotten 'why did they use those' pushrod tubes, lots of installing stainless replacements & pondering measurements. Lots of prepping heads & covers, assembling O ring sets, dropping pistons into barrels, cleaning exhaust threads (one needs further attention), prepping flywheel & clutch set, changing oil filter, stripping paint on starter cover & making slightly shiny etc.

Tomorrow will be finalising fitment of stainless p/rod tubes*, assembling rocker sets, changing O ring on oil pump cover, fitting flywheel, making a decision on the clutch friction plate, scrubbing up & fitting (or not) the clutch, cleaning up engine mounting bolts, fucking a Llama**, & generally prepping the block for installation in the frame on Saturday, where after I will pile on & torque down the top ends before it rains.

This prepping will consist of gluing glass paper, shards of grinding disks & small vials of paint stripper on the sump, in order to tempt the Paint Scratching Gods so much that we end up not scratching the frame at all by a lucky ricochet. Carbs & gearbox are ready, just the airbox, starter installation & a scrub under the front cover and the drive unit's ready.


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* May involve hammers?
** Just checking you're still with me


That Folk Music? Is it just a SHIT historical re-enactment!?!


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