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August 17th, 2014, 04:12 PM   #51
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Fantastic job bushie !!!
But when I order one from you I will want one with "BUSHIE RACING" written

Again great job
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August 18th, 2014, 05:30 AM   #52
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thank you gentlemen im happy you like how it looks

on a somewhat related topic .. it doesn't actually work yet LOL

wires are covered by a thin strip of stainless, ok for people with wizards hats but this bit would need to be more user friendly if i were to make any more, a 100% copy of the oem Kokusan wire routing would do it , just be a little more bulky.



Zaga no problem the engraving is easy and fast, even if you sent me a picture of your dog the software can try to engrave it.

we will see Ghost, Tibetan mushroom juice is hard to beat
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August 18th, 2014, 12:07 PM   #53
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Well Bushie i totally agree with ZAGA.

Indeed BUSHIE RACING and ofcourse as logo a nice WIZARDS hat

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August 31st, 2014, 06:04 AM   #54
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**~snip~** Tibetan mushroom juice is hard to beat
Since the mushrooms obviously are taking too long...

SEM KOKUSAN Conversion-shut_up_and_take_my_money.jpg
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August 31st, 2014, 05:43 PM   #55
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Since the mushrooms obviously are taking too long...

Attachment 4119
is smoking the mushrooms quick enough ?

now i forgot where i put the kick start lever



work is extremely busy again so ive not had time to even see if it works ghost

if i make another one you get first pick OK?
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September 1st, 2014, 06:16 AM   #56
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Hey Bushie,
Now i am totally lost in this wizards paradise!!!!!

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p.s.Will the wizards hat be big enough to fit DR_C enormous and genuis head??
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September 1st, 2014, 10:51 AM   #57
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is smoking the mushrooms quick enough ?

now i forgot where i put the kick start lever



work is extremely busy again so ive not had time to even see if it works ghost

if i make another one you get first pick OK?
No worries Bushie I just wanted to bump the thread a bit.
And no smoking isn't quick enough.


Thanks mate, I'd be very happy if you make more of those awesome looking covers.
Time will tell whether or not you will find the time and energy to pop out some more awesomeness from the Bushmechanic factory.


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yes something like that Steve plus some fuel money for my bike so about $200
Way To Cheap! Well done Bushie
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so found out that the embroidered 6061 tea cosy works pretty good at making the bike run

also found some explanation of how the advance and pulse coil works

for base advance rpm the spark is triggered by the strip leaving the pulse coil and the max advance is set by the leading edge of the strip approaching the coil.

this means you can control the 2 by altering the strip



BikeBoy.org - Ducati 2V Carb Model Ignition – Reducing advance, Ignitech TCIP4 and stuff

Zaga will find this interesting ..... i found also some odd things going on with the coil orientations, if you flip the main stator there is no spark unless you also reverse the "polarity" of the pulse coil but then the timing is too far advanced to start.

this is so there is no spark if the engine rotates backwards, so mounting the main stator flipped cancels the spark but reversing the pulse coil wires then makes the ign think its rotating OK but the timing is wrong

so the main stator must be the right way up to get a spark and keep the timing right but the pulse coil has its own stationary magnet inside and the ign doesn't care if it is mounted upside down or not.

maybe some of that makes sense
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Yo Bro,
this is getting better and better

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