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Moto Mez
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Well my bike has been down for a couple of months now. Luckily I got my other one to ride especially since I'm rebuilding my engine in my car. I started doing some maintenance and almost got it back running when my starter solenoid shorted out. I also changed my tank on it too. Since it was down I decided to clean up all my electronics and side mount my battery. I am so excited because it is a several day job and I haven't had a big project to do in a long time. So here goes.

Before


Just with my tank changed


Cut the seat support off and got rid of the battery box


More to come in later.
 

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Ya'll folk in Lousy-Ana must not like any meetballs with your spaghetti. :mrgreen:

I thought you had a Mustang tank on your bike and a 21" wheel. The VN800b front end looks great all blacked out. Any pics of the front end?
 

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I must also mention that I'm not really in to the style of bikes you have/fix but I do have to give you credit for the time and effort you take to fix them your way. After all, its your bike and who gives a themed if I like it or not.
 

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Moto Mez
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Made a lot of progress today. Got everything on my fuse box and ignitor but the ground system and my starter solenoid. I got to figure out where I am gonna mount my solenoid before I can shorten those wires up. So basically I just have my solenoid and brake light switch to finish and I will be done with the wiring. Then I will get my battery bracket made.







 

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It must be this cold spell we got down here out of nowhere thats giving you the patience to mess with all that wiring. Man wiring s**ks.
See you're using shrink-tube too, that's good.

Keep up the updates.LOL
 
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