Brian Degan on his V65 Sabre with a 500cc interceptor fairing. Looks passable......... and next picture
This is a 75 dollar flipup helmet off of Ebay. It's so bad it doesn't even have a name.....but its face shield action is pretty nice, but the little dark upper shield won't stay up in a 30mph breeze so I screwed it solidly up to work as a sun visor. This helmet came with a clear faceshield. I put a static cling tint film on it....a real pain to do.
These forks came off a bike three years ago, and I put them on my bike at that time. The seals were leaking then. I gave them a sand paper treatment at the time. The right side (sitting on the bike) fork seal hasn't leaked until a month ago. I've been having a weep on the other fork for a year or so.
Another picture of leaking forks. First lift the dust seals if there are any.
This is 600 grit Wet and dry sandpaper superglued to a piece of aluminum cut from a soft drink can. I used to use a piece of sandpaper that size, but I've had trouble with the sandpaper tearing and a piece of paper getting stuck in the seal, and making a bigger leak. The aluminum should over lap by an inch when on the fork tube. Note the 15 degree leading edges to the aluminum.
Slide the sandpaper down into the seal, then rotate the fork tube 6 to 10 times.
There will be some residual leaking oil that needs to be wiped off a few times. Here's what you have a couple hundred miles later.
Balancing setup.....I've been using car wheel weights these days. I pick them up while bicycle riding. That stick on weight was for some fine tuning. Seems like that steel angled valve stem is pretty heavy as I have a lot of weight opposite the stem, but it makes putting air in the tire easier.