I shall for the time being allow the pictures to speak for themselves.
The enigne has been run and the chassis completed. The next tasks include
the exhaust unit and brakes along with a suitable fuel tank arangement that
will provide sufficient fuel for the engine and AB during the runs.


The project is at a stage now where a few good days on it will see us able
to begin to investigate the bikes stability with the engine installed.
We certainly have some gentle steps to take on the initial runs but i'm sure
it will be just fine

Fortunately the main man is no stranger to awsome and well over powered bikes and has a large helping of utter madness thrown in. He has no doubts that it can be ridden....how long for though he did not wish to comment HA!

Unfortunately however, I am not particularly good on bikes. I get the shakes when riding a moped. How I will feel on this I have no idea......I am hoping that the amount of adreneline in my system stops me from caring to much.

If we go fast enough the gyroscopics of the wheels will surley help stability......
If of course it wasn't for the gyroscopics and torque reaction of a 130kg rotor doing 13000 rpm in the opposite plane hehehe what fun!

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