1955 R50 / 1973 R75/5 / 2015 RT
Yard Art 1968 +/- Hodaka & SACHS
Picture are good now
I have 2 of the same horn
Dont adj the screw in the back
The adjustment is the screw on front and locks in place when the nut is tightened
The Bosch HO/FDF is a great horn, very loud
Did you get your horn working
54 R51/3 55 R50 64 R27 68 R69US
Frostman - I've heard a lot about that book - man it's pricey though. I've accumulated a lot of literature and pretty much have everything I need at this point - but I do hope to check that book out one day. Seems to be the gold standard.
CW - Thanks for the kind words. Glad you got your horn sorted as well.
I'm kinda hanging out waiting on my top end work to come back now. I was looking at the spark advance and thought it would be nice to have an adjuster there, since I don't plan to hook up the cable. I made up this little guy - which may have been a bit overkill. I really only needed one nut on it for example, since the holder is already threaded. Originally I was just going to put another acorn on the bottom - but there wasn't really room for it. Ended up going with a cotter pin. I'll use it once probably to fine adjust and then lock it all in place.
Hope the machine work comes in soon - I'm getting antsy.
Installed my filter and oil pan 1st, then put the rest together.
Exciting moment. I did slap one of those massive rare earth magnets Benchmark sells in the oil pan, which I forgot to take a picture of. The heads should be done soon - and I can't wait. I still find it a bit weird that the cylinder nuts don't use washers and the right side oil passage was never drilled. If I missed a thread somewhere about those two topics - I'd love to read them.