Here’s a bunch of titanium bolts for a car, they are M10, M12 and M14. I don’t know what car they are for, or for that matter what they stop from falling off, but i know its a rather special car!
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This is a titanium gearbox sprocket nut and oil line spiggot for a Suzuki GSXR engine thats fitted to a hillclimb car, apparently the whole car weighs less than the donor bike! I’d like to see it, even i might get some useful tips for lightening!
I’ve just found out that any messages sent me through my website have been dumped into the spam folder. And i’ve been emptying it without looking at whats in there. So i’m afraid that anyone who has tried to contact me via the website won’t have had a reply, and that makes me feel very rude! If you have tried […]
These are some more 6082 alloy steering damper knobs for BSA Gold Stars. Each one i do i try and make a little bit different so they are all unique to the bike they are on, and give customers a choice for which suits their taste and style.
This is another alloy steering damper knob along with a titanium rod to go with it I’ve made for a BSA Rocket Goldstar. The recess in the top is to take a standard 26mm dia badge. The knobs are fun to make, though they have to go through various machine and tool changes and are fraught with potential disaster areas […]
Here’s titanium swinging arm spindle for a Kawasaki ZXR along with 7075 alloy spacers to go with it and some 7075 alloy engine plugs or grub screws. Its a big meaty swinging arm spindle which took some oomph to make, but i always like the big uns, they leave you gasping for breath but such impressive objects when finished.
Here’s another set of posts for Moss Metal Finishing in Hipperholme, they use them to bolt alloy bits onto frames to be lowered into all manner of chemicals and potions when anodising. These ones have an M5 thread.
Here are some titanium manifold adapters for a Mazda, they go with the studs i made a short while ago. I’m not entirely certain what they do other than space out for an M8 thread, but the signs are an increase in power (not, i hasten to add, purely down to my titanium bits!)