Discussion in 'The Garage' started by JimD54, Sep 26, 2017.
Thanks Jeff. Yeah.... that's prolly what I'll end up doin'.
I kind of like it quiet - but a bit of a bark is nice too Jim.
Hi Jim. Nice job! If you need any help "Drilling Holes" in the baffles just give me a call.
Jus' like Paladin... "Have drill... will travel."
Yeah, I'm waiting for you to drill them Jim then I can tell if it's worth doing mine.
Sweet resto, Jim! A little quiet, though. Yup. Gonna need to open up those baffles...
In my opinion, it sounds just right, nice and mellow.
I think it sounds a lot like the new factory Bonnevilles.
I ran it one more time with the Fluke hooked to the battery.... at idle (a low idle...'bout 900), peanut gauge reads 11.9, Fluke reads 12.4. Rev'd to about 3K.... peanut reads 14.0, Fluke reads 14.4. I guess when ya by from China... that's what you get. Oh well, it'll work... just need to remember it's about a half a volt low.
Picked up a spare TCI box awhile back, so I plugged it in to test it. It Works.
Went ahead and re-torqued the head... now where the hell did I put the upper mount bits....
you might want to look in you coffee cans....
Jim, your 'Chefs' done good..
Did you clear coat them when you were done they look great
I didn't. So far, I haven't ran across a clear coat that won't yellow all over again. I've heard of people doing a clear powdercoat. Might try that on my next one.
Ya your right I guess a little polish works
clear powder works very well.
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